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Comment: Re:Makes perfect sense (Score 2, Insightful) 142

Did you even read what he said? Or did you just seize up with anger when you read the word "government"?

I mean, he gave a thoughtful comment pointing out that this system is probably the cheapest way of dealing with the move to digital records. Why did you then respond with "Herp derp! Government sucks!"

You libertarians don't seem to even care if your rants are on topic these days.

Comment: NSA? (Score 3, Insightful) 157

by pseudofrog (#46196375) Attached to: Dirty Tricks? Look-Alike Websites Lure Congressional Donors

Forbes reports on a National Republican Congressional Committee sanctioned campaign worthy of the NSA

I get that we don't like the NSA around here, but why are we bringing it up when discussing an article that has nothing to do with anything the NSA does? What's the thinking process? "Hrm, this scam is slimy. Oh hey! The NSA is slimy too!"

Am I missing something?

Comment: Re:Another Point for Bing (Score 2) 45

by pseudofrog (#46166075) Attached to: Google and EU Reach Tentative Settlement in Antitrust Case

Regardless of what you use, remember to block ads always and block javascript by default. Fuck em. The ad-supported web is a cesspool, and if the internet ad business died tonight we'd all be better off in terms of privacy, security, performance, layout and design, speed, and probably even content

And we'd all get to pay for this content. No thanks. I have some issues with the Internet, but I'm rather okay with it the way it is.

Comment: Re:Longer cycles and tick/tock please (Score 1) 128

by pseudofrog (#45945961) Attached to: Fedora 21 Linux Will Be Nameless
Half the time I try Fedora, yum introduces something that keeps it from booting. No other distro breaks in such a spectacular way for me.

Hopefully, this new development model with introduce just a bit more stability. With Red Hat behind it, Fedora should be a premier distribution I can recommend to others. In the meantime, I'll stick with recommending Ubuntu, Mint, and openSUSE to those who don't mind doing some repo configuration for non-free stuff.

Comment: Re:What about gays and lesbians? (Score 1, Flamebait) 509

by pseudofrog (#45590529) Attached to: The Brains of Men and Women Are 'Wired Differently'
How in the world is "trans" stupid and infantile? Wouldn't adding "nny" to the end of it make it sound more juvenile?

Not all gay people find the word "fag" offensive, but enough do that polite people recommend against using it. If you're as polite as you claim to be, perhaps you should follow suit or at least not whine when others object to its use.

+ - openSUSE 13.1 released, reviewed!->

Submitted by sfcrazy
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "openSUSE teams just announced the release of openSUSE 13.1 and it has already been reviewed. There are some core points which sets openSUSE apart from populist OS Ubuntu. While Ubuntu has become more or less Canonical owned project, openSUSE is becoming more and more community driven project and looking at the recent controversies around Ubuntu and their move towards mobile platforms, openSUSE seems to be a great option for desktop users."
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