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Comment: Re:Just that pesky Constitution (Score 0) 949

by the_hellspawn (#36752040) Attached to: Slate: Amazon's Tax Stance Unfair and Unethical
I would rip your head off and shove it down your throat for even suggesting any changes to the Constitution of the United States. Gave up eight years of my life defending those ideas and I will be damned to watch some piece of cockroach poo play with it. No one in this day and age is smart enough to even come close to the Constitutions magnificence. You my friend are a dumb ass and please remove yourself from either A) the United States or B) the world. Your choice.

Comment: Re:Its not the icky? (Score 0) 527

by the_hellspawn (#36547418) Attached to: Why Johnny Can't Code and How That Can Change
Your butt hurt much? "hey don't fuck with you in the next release", "have absolutely no goddamn fucking clue what a normal desktop user wants", "instead a bunch of ass-hats who shout back "RTFM LAMZOR", and "And that the architecture for your particular distro isn't rewritten in some bizarre-ass fucking arcane way" seriously clam the fuck down. It is just an operating system.

Comment: Re:Sad, but I can see doing it too (Score 0) 950

by the_hellspawn (#36514140) Attached to: Man Robs Bank of $1 To Get Health Care In Jail
From my understanding even in the state level the prison officials will ask the prisoner if he/she has any health problems during the booking procedures. The state has to take care of the health problem if one is identified and is life threatening.

My reference is the show lockup

The price one pays for pursuing any profession, or calling, is an intimate knowledge of its ugly side. -- James Baldwin