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Comment Re:Serious Answer (Score 1) 813

I'd like to play cars, I'd get a 1986 ford escort and have it fully restored to mint condition. Then i'd sell it to some high schooler for $200 bucks and do the same thing with a 1982 chevette hatchback, a 1987 dodge omni, etc. Just restoring old hatchbacks and minivans, then dumping them out to the market dirt cheap when I'm done playing.

Comment Re:Bullshit (Score 1) 744

Thanks for pointing that out. Every time I see on of these discussions I think of this.

I don't know about the rest of you, but I need Linux more then it needs me. If a company hires me to support Linux and the distribution they have in production uses systemd, more likely then not, I'm using systemd. Whining doesn't really do anything about it when the decision has been made further up the food chain.

The value of a program is proportional to the weight of its output.