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Comment Re:So what should we do? (Score 0) 457

If I insinuated that you're poor, unintelligent, implied you're not able to attract females, or implied any other derogatory remark in your direction, I sincerely apologize. It is one thing for me to insinuate something, but if you took it personally and you took offense to it, perhaps it is because it struck a personal cord with you. If you're sad, get some help.

All of these black characters strung together are just words. It is only you that can give them meaning. Good night grasshoppah.

Comment Re:So what should we do? (Score 1) 457

In the single post you've made above there are no less than 6 spelling/grammar errors. Only children speak using the word "like" all the time. I think we both know who needs to do homework and grow up here, and that somebody is you.

I have a wife that needs my attention. I'm sorry that you have to tend to your own genitals.

Comment Re:So what should we do? (Score 0) 457

There are several manufacturers with vehicles that have lane-sense and auto-steer technology. The systems have been on public roadways for 15 years now. You could at least fire up Google and search once or twice before being an asshole. Do I have to do everything for you? Here are 7 MILLION SEARCH RESULTS for "Lane Keeping System" you moron.

Comment Re:So what should we do? (Score -1, Troll) 457

I bought a vehicle that can drive itself. The steering wheel and peddles looked identical to every other car I drove. One day, while using the self-driving feature in a vehicle that looked identically to every other vehicle, the car shifted right to avoid what it thought was a line in the road and it put me on a collision path with another vehicle. Had I not known the car was capable of this, it could have caused an accident. I spent 30 minutes reading the manual when I bought it; I anticipated that the vehicle would behave differently than other vehicles I had in the past, and I saved lives.

I think it's past your bed time. You have no clue what you're talking about, and you persist in being abrasive simply to feed your own arrogance. Please stop bullying me.

Comment Re:So what should we do? (Score 1) 457

Thank you for making my point. You're advocating that we hold back any form of change and therefore any form of progress simply to protect the habitually unintelligent. You further advocate violence by inferring that unanticipated change should result in a bite. I think you need help bro. We love you; you're going to be okay.

Comment Re:So what should we do? (Score 2) 457

Eat better? So solving America's obesity problem requires earing with a higher level of skill? No, the solution is to EAT LESS: less high calorie foods, less junk food, less junk drinks, less less less. The Impy the Impiuos Imp can find 472 different "better" ways to shove Mc Donalds into his face, but none of them will help him solve his obesity problems.

Comment Re:So what should we do? (Score 1) 457

If spending 30 minutes to RTFM would save a few hundred individuals from injury, I would happily read the manual. In fact, I recently bought a fully loaded vehicle that drives itself. Despite 20 years in the IT industry doing stuff with the manual, I read the vehicle's manual, and I've been driving it ever since without issue.

Comment Re:So what should we do? (Score 1) 457

And if you're never allowed to move their cheese, you could never effect "progress" could you. Sometimes you have to move their cheese, and sometimes you have to let "this kind of stuff" happen. Sometimes you even have to do it with very small incremental changes. Since you used the helpdesk reference, perhaps just like the small incremental changes in every iterations of Windows.

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