oh no, you called me butthurt! boy that really showed me.
butthurt: use of this is an instant way to let the entire online world that you're a complete idiot. Originally a crass way to make fun of someone who is irrationally upset about something, is now used by total douchebags who don't have a creative or original bone in their body to troll on someone who expresses the slightest displeasure in anything. See also: You/u mad bro?
You brought the "party politics" into a Snowden discussion, "bro." Nice projection.
[DHI], however, has not successfully leveraged the Slashdot user base to further Dice's digital recruitment business;
Maybe they should have, I don't know, worked on making their "recruitment business" less of a steaming pile of sub-mediocrity? It's been a joke since before they started shitting all over slashdot and chased most of the users who might have been valuable enough to "leverage."
And Sourceforge? Christ, even that NAME is a liability now.
Don't confuse them with a kickstarter campaign
Considering their QA and build quality, it's an easy mistake to make.
The only Razer product I ever bought that didn't shit out on me a week after warranty (max) was up was a mouse pad.
Well, to be fair, the "free speech" thing is fact-checkable in their own words: it's right on top of the damn rules page.
Given what counts as misogyny these days, I don't even think vacuum is considered free of it.
Can we shove the SJWs into vacuum, so that they can report back firsthand? I mean, they want us to value their input, right?
Nice non sequitur. I was referring to your completely off-the-mark claim that pesticides were killing bees. Once I read that claim, it's hard to believe that there's any sort of logic or science behind your other claim.
To be blunt: it appears you might be just pulling stuff out of your ass.
Or not: "One clue to the importance of climate: Bumblebee ranges began shrinking 'even before the neonicotinoid pesticides came into play in the 1980s,' says ecologist and coauthor Alana Pindar, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Guelph in Canada."
Please RTFA. Thank you.