I thought Americas priority was subsidizing Monsanto, Exxon and helping out all those starving billionaires
What a business model!
I've been an M$ hater for many years now, with just cause, and will never change. They had their chance. I liked win3 - 3.11, then came win95
Ever program on a Win95 system? After spending an hour typing code, you go to save your work, only to see the system lock up and crash
Win98 was the same thing
Finally came win2k and some improvement but a whole new learning curve to install and configure properly. I reinstalled that over and over for a month until I has a system that stopped crashing
Microsoft Win-xx is the only OS that ever made me want to throw my computer out the window and go back to pencil and paper
Then I found Red Hat 9
Today I dual boot Debian Wheezy and PCBSD 10. I can emulate most of my classic rpg games on Wheezy, and use Freebsd for finance and accounting due it's security. I have one laptop that came with Vista that I use on occasion for software that is purely M$ locked in. Today M$ is dead to me and I see their fanbois as clueless 12 year olds that just don't know any better.
Those are the footprints of the earliest Nikes ever produced. The guy next to him was wearing Keens
And behind the short bald guy was Bigfoot in flip flops
It'll be interesting to see if they resume all their SS and gestapo crap with the next time they get another group of their stooges in the white house.
Hopefully the bulk of their mouth breather supporters across the nation will remember these words of today, but I won't hold my breath on that ever happening.
You only mention Amazon's deadly attack drones
But what about Google's deadly hunter seeker drones lurking in the cloud
Yep, my thoughts exactly!
Welcome to the Divided Police States of America where you are guilty of anything the gestapo can think up against you, until you can prove yourself innocent
If you're an American, probably best to find yourself a remote hole to crawl into until the big meteor or comet that's headed our way hits the planet and resets the game back to start.
Falling "back to debian" translates to falling back to stability.
From time to time I give the latest release of Ubuntu/Mint another look @ to see whats happening on the bleeding edge. But every time after a few short weeks the system seems too unstable, and/or some feature/s I use gets squirrely and I end up returning to the latest Debian, currently Wheezy.
Ubuntu/Mint is what you get when you take Debian Sid, polish it somewhat, slap your name on it as yours, and throw it out there with great fanfare and media hype as the latest and greatest.
Virtually no crime
What planet are you from? General human nature makes us all selfish self centered pricks. Here, on earth, you put two people within 100 yards of each other and you're going to get some form of confrontation. Theft, argument, fight or death. That's just the way it is, was and has always been. Will pretty much be the same on mars as well.
Although I would like to nominate my ex wife to be on the next shuttle when it leaves
I always wonder why M$ refers to their business centers as a "Campus" when it's nothing more than a factory and/or business center and/or sweat shop for programmers.
The image that comes to mind, of an M$ programming group, or "campus", or whatever you may wish to call them, is the scene from Meet the Robinsons, of the future world of Doris the Bowler Hat.
Not sure how old you are, but I remember a time when commercial passenger aircraft fell from the sky almost weekly, and the industry claimed that flying was still safer than driving. Kind of like when smoking was considered perfectly safe and didn't cause lung cancer.
Those were such fun times, seems Boeing must want to relive them again