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Comment: Re:$3500 fine? (Score 1) 280

by stealth_finger (#48219587) Attached to: Tech Firm Fined For Paying Imported Workers $1.21 Per Hour

It is indirectly relative the the income of others. The more money people make, the higher the cost of living. The more your supermarket workers and retails workers get paid, the higher the cost of the goods those companies sell to cover their expenses.

So pay your workers fuck all so you can sell your goods cheap to the fuckers with money? Great logic.

Comment: Re: Please Microsoft... (Score 1) 347

by stealth_finger (#48211171) Attached to: The Classic Control Panel In Windows May Be Gone

God forbid if you have to be the IT grunt that has to explain data loss from a document that wasn't saved prior to them going home.

That's a pretty easy explanation. 'You lost your work because you didn't save it before going home, you idiot. Even if the machines don't get auto restarted expect them to crash at any instant and save often'

Comment: Re:what? (Score 1) 91

by stealth_finger (#48211147) Attached to: Judge Says EA Battlefield 4 Execs Engaged In "Puffery," Not Fraud

I kind of have a hard time feeling sorry for people who bought BF4, the pattern was there clear as day. Caveat Emptor as they say.

Hey, when it works bf4 is completely awesome and brilliant. It's just a shame it only works about 10% of the time. But they consider the game fixed enough to add in customisation on parachutes yet the 'kin game never saves your loadouts (at least it don't on the xbone) :|

Comment: Re:Tesla wasn't the target, it was China (Score 0) 256

by stealth_finger (#48210773) Attached to: Michigan Latest State To Ban Direct Tesla Sales

Reinforcing an already existing ban was to make sure foreign markets don't try to muscle in and sell direct.

What happened to the American mantra of competition is good? capitalism forever and all that. Or is it now we can compete against you but you can't compete against us?

Comment: Re:Can we stop trying to come up with a reason? (Score 1) 766

by stealth_finger (#48202077) Attached to: NPR: '80s Ads Are Responsible For the Lack of Women Coders

The only thing responsible for a "lack of women coders" is that fewer women than men are interested in software development as a career path. So what? I have yet to hear a convincing argument as to why this is a problem, why this is something to be concerned about, or why millions of dollars are being thrown around in an attempt to change the situation.

ummmm,errrrrr, well, you see, because....equality? Yeah that's it.

Comment: Feedback (Score 1) 112

by stealth_finger (#48201999) Attached to: Microsoft Introduces Build Cadence Selection With Windows 10

As a quick stats update, to date Microsoft has received over 250,000 pieces of feedback through the Windows Feedback tool, 25,381 community forum posts, and 641 suggestions in the Windows Suggestion Box.

And like and good corp they will ignore every single one and do whatever the fuck they want anyway.

Comment: Re:1..2..3 before SJW (Score 1) 766

by stealth_finger (#48201937) Attached to: NPR: '80s Ads Are Responsible For the Lack of Women Coders

The article is not saying that nerds are not welcoming women. But.. there are some really bad examples of women in technology being treated really badly. Look at some of the latest gaming activism against female game journalists. If you really want to look behind the surface on what happened, it is thoroughly disgusting.

I think that's more to do with the fact the main pusher of that doesn't know shit about games and is talking out of her arse and any gamer can see it. But because her videos have some half decent production values and lots of big words everyone else eats it up. And we are all accused of sexism when we try and point it out. Yes there are some bad apples helping to prove their 'point' but that is true of everything.

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