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Comment Re:Thanking them for their selfless input. (Score 1) 168

Tricks to Successful Internetting

1. When in doubt, ARGUE! Being right matters.

2. Hate everything.

3. Saw it already. Funnier the first time.

4. FAKE.

5. Did he died?

6. Make fun of something someone else loves because FUCK THEM!

7. I am so smart. SMRT.

8. LAME.

9. Racism because, just kidding!

10. Treat women like idiots.

11. Definitely comment with fervor. YOUR OPINION COUNTS.


13. fat jokes

14. Hate religion because religion hates others because you hate religion because they hate everything because you hate them. EVERYONE IS NOT AS GOOD!

14. Make a list and watch people fix numbers and add things to it...

Comment Re:I've always wondered (Score 1) 386

Chula Vista?

Wow. Is Uncle Sam's Barbecue still open, and do they still have the BEST Motown/Stax jukebox west of St Louis?

That was our stop, on the way to TJ, from North Park. We'd get suits and boots down there, when the Peso hit 400 to the Dollar.

The Zeros were from Chula, too. So be proud. Punk rock was born in the west coast in CV. Before ANYBODY, unless the Flaming Groovies count.

Comment Re:Your best performance? (Score 2) 386


Did you know that you are the only real being in existence, and that the entire known universe - and every situation in it - are products of your singular imagination? You will always expose paranormal fraudsters, because that is the reality you are authoring.

This message is a little, internal voice escaping from somewhere inside your mind, saying: "Unleash the skies full of winged unicorns! Zoom through space and time! This existence is a beautiful dream, not a day-job."

Comment CA (Score 1) 15

Has Apple, Google, HP, Oracle, Tesla, Safeway, Clorox, Trader f*cking Joe's, half of the import/export facilities of the nation, by volume - the most vibrant tourist income in America, the most taxed real-estate and the largest fuit-veg agribusiness in the world.

If that is not the basis of a sound economy, then the problem is not value or fundamentals - it is "gaming" the economy through subverting economic participation by those enjoying the benefits of this situation.

The "natural" economy of California would vault it to a position of world leadership.

The Almighty Buck

Journal Journal: It Was The Best Of Times... History Rhymes. 2

"Since the finance aristocracy made the laws, was at the head of the administration of the state, had command of all the organized public authorities, dominated public opinion through the actual state of affairs and through the press, the same prostitution, the same shameless cheating, the same mania to get rich was repeated in every sphere, from the court to the Cafe... to get rich not by production, but by pocketing the already available wealth of others, Clashing every moment with the bour

Comment The Best Things in Ubuntu (Score 1) 9

Are from Debian. The apt/deb system, rational conflict and dependency management, guidance for config files and the like.

The Ubuntu advantage was the installer and great meta-packaging. There was detail paid to a desktop with commercial-grade "finish" - all achievable via Debian, but requiring a little more time-investment and alternate repository investigations.

I'll go with Mint, myself on this. Like an Ubuntu branch, with different choices and investments than those you are reviling. Much like Mandrake vs. RedHat in the original days.

I have hopes for ElementaryOS, and a couple other derivatives, unfortunately I can't say they are yet baked.

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