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Comment: Re:If the Grand Ayatollah's against it.... (Score 1) 310

by peragrin (#47799299) Attached to: Grand Ayatollah Says High Speed Internet Is "Against Moral Standards"

The ones fighting are a tiny percentage of muslims though. The fact is a percentage of muslim inman are indirectly supporting the IS through sharing similar beliefs about sharia law. They may decry the tactics the IS is using. They may denouce the violence, but at the end of the day they still want Sunni Sharia law imposed and will look the other way on how to get there.

Comment: Re:If the Grand Ayatollah's against it.... (Score 1) 310

by peragrin (#47799287) Attached to: Grand Ayatollah Says High Speed Internet Is "Against Moral Standards"

Apparently you are still a student of the English Language. Just remember the hard coded bounds of English that say I before E except after C unless you are an efficient ancient.
Why do you think we have legalize? it is the law version of a programming language with strict structure and definitions. Worse it was written by people who hate staying in the bounds of strict structure and definitions.

Comment: Re:Simple (Score 5, Insightful) 603

by peragrin (#47787861) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What Old Technology Can't You Give Up?

I never did like vi. to damn complicated to remember all the shortcuts. Pico worked well when i needed to save or change something it was always obvious what key needed to be pressed and it allowed me to stop and think to avoid needlessly long run on sentences that users of vi tended to devote long hours to perfecting the stream of thought typing ignoring the simple fact that puncheon is important too.

Yes that was done on purpose.

Comment: Re:Here's the interesting paragraph (Score 4, Interesting) 375

by peragrin (#47727721) Attached to: Would Scottish Independence Mean the End of UK's Nuclear Arsenal?

Funny I have been reading both sides from the BBC for the last year.

The trick is Salmond isn't saying much. he has no plan B if various parts of his plans fail. He just isn't saying things like we would still use the sterling if the UK didn't want a currency union. He can't imagine a scenario where a currency union wouldn't be agreed to. or a scenario where Scotland wouldn't immediately become a part of NATO or the European Union. He thinks that every thing will stay exactly the same yet Scotland would be independent. That just isn't possible or realistic. Some one is going to tell him we aren't bending rules just for you after the Yes vote and Scotland will get screwed.

Salmond Thinks he can bypass all the EU rules regarding joining the union without having the currency just because Scotland was a part of the UK. All the EU has to do is tell him no on just that one point. And his whole plan will fall apart.

We can predict everything, except the future.

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