The first step was pulling my head out of my ass. Let me know when you've finished that, and I'll walk you through the rest.
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"Academic politics is the most vicious and bitter form of politics, because the stakes are so low." – Wallace Stanley Sayre
Wikileaks performs an important public service
The U.S. Constitution recognizes that it is necessary to violate privacy to expose wrong-doing, but places limits on the government's authority to do so "unreasonably", because the very act of doing so can be harmful to those who are not guilty. We shouldn't applaud when a private entity violates others' privacy even more irresponsibly than the government.
One thing we've known for a long time is that a good half of them are sons of bitches.
I fail to see how forking GNU would help.
init? Why not systemd?
It would be nice to see a petition that instead makes a cogent, fact-based, reasoned argument against the COS's legal eligibility for tax-exempt status, rather than a rant consisting of a bunch of unproven allegations, unspecified accusations of government corruption that sound like they come from conspiracy nuts, some borderline libel, with a couple facts thrown in. It wouldn't be that difficult to do, and it might actually make it awkward for the White House to dismiss, rather than making it easy by inviting them to defend their tax status as an example of how the U.S. defends "oppressed" religions.
Only %1% can replace %1%.
Introduce him the same way I was: set him down in front of a keypunch machine with a big stack of blank cards.
"Unbiased and Honest" sounds like "Fair and Balanced".
For a loyal member of the Republican Party to criticize Cook and Clinton on these points is hypocrisy.
I'd take Julian Castro over a pie-in-the-sky loon like Julian Simon any day of the week.
If the executive in charge of branding back in the mid-00's was still in charge, it would be called 2016 Microsoft Windows Office Internet.
If they're selling a lot of them, that's something new. As I said: I went a year without selling one.
In other news, job candidates who fill out applications online are more likely to be computer literate than those who fill them out on paper.