Yeah, well, I suppose you gotta get these things on paper. Still funny though.
Do we still need to drill for more? Or is that like... all over with now? I mean, now that the pressure's off, we got all this free time to get the alternatives all tooled up, right?
Only one way to block BitTorrent.
...liberty before life...
"Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!"
Sun may be more "progressive" than some, but this statement from the article clearly reveals who's running the show:
"...There were still some outstanding critical bugs, and Marketing and Sales were pressing for a release," Maxia added.
This was "understandable," he said. "The economic situation of Sun was not good, the company had just cut 2,500 jobs, and we needed the new release to boost sales.
Seems to confirm the original complaint.
"...And the bugs got fixed and then we moved on. We moved on."
Freedom of speech in terms of expression of ideas. It doesn't include fraud, libel, threats, and so on.
Funny, there are no such stipulations in the first amendment. Or maybe you're posting from a place without those protections.
Hey baby, glad to see you haven't lost your touch. And your obsession amuses me.
I'm a troll stalkier, I'm a troll stalkier...
Here comes one now...
Naw, from now on, we'll just group them with irrational numbers, which makes sense when you consider the judge's opinion.
Wow, is there a nation of sentient nukes?
You never heard of "Nanuke of the North"?
Looking at china's history with opium addiction would be an interesting study.
Look at what you could do with computers 50 years ago...
I pine for the things we could do without a computer 50 years ago. Like buy a quart of milk.
Yes, I'm well aware of your little reference there. We all read the book. I'm merely mocking your over the top paranoia with this guy. As always thanks for the laughs.
If the code and the comments disagree, then both are probably wrong. -- Norm Schryer