If you genuinely believe that, say, all women are mentally deficient, and you communicate those views, most people will simpy think you're stupid. It doesn't really matter what words you use, it's the absurdity of the underlying beliefs that gets people's backs up.
I agree that political correctness has ruined public discourse
What a load of bollocks.
Its use is compulsory in EU countries, but you make it sound as though it is something invented by the left out of contrariness or stupidity.
Programming is like driving a car: some people are incapable of driving without killing bystanders or themselves, the majority can get by quite happily going shopping, and a few are F1 racing drivers.
Most programs, and especially most iPhone apps, are my mum going to Tesco's, not Lewis Hamilton pipping Nico Rosberg by two hundredths of a second in the final title-deciding race of the season.
Java is the worst thing that has happened in all human history
It's OK, you don't have to sit on the fence. Just tell us how you feel.
You lost me by not even knowing how to type 'postGres'. Let me learn you something genius Oracle boy. PostgreSQL. Some people just say 'postgres'. There is no such thing as 'postGres'.
Er, he did know how to type "postGres", as evidenced by his post which contains the word "postGres".
And if your standards are so high that you can't cope with someone typing "G" instead of "g" you must find using the internet a fucking nightmare.
Anybody know what's the background on this?
Mr Ellison is the head of a software company called Oracle.
If your computer is a car, then software is the fuel that runs it.
Hope this helps.
Screw the shareholders. What about the rest of Oracle's workers? You know, the people who make Larry Ellison look good by busting their asses? Why not give them a raise?
You must be new here.
And, no, there isn't any reduction in carbon emissions or anything.
Just fewer surfers.
With so many capable instruments in the hands of so many young minds, art is bound to happen
For certain values of "art".
There are also thousands of artists today that equal the top handful of masters of old times
That's not how the arts work, I'm afraid.