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So, you will be "collecting" nothing, no matter how many virtual machines you use.
Libertarians believe very strongly in property rights and that one of government's most important functions is to preserve property rights:
Same problem: just as "liberal", "libertarian" has changed its meaning in American English.
Historically, the libertarians were non-statist (non-Marxist) communists.
(Interestingly enough, it is logically possible for both sides of a contradiction to be false, but not for both sides to be true.)
Seems you are unaware of the existence of paraconsistent logic.
I suppose you're also the inventor of the Z80, 6502 and 6802 and you hand built your PCs from raw materials, huh?
Nope, that was not me.
The world's largest tractor maker, John Deere, in fact, says that people who purchase tractors don't really own them and instead they are getting an "implied license for the life of the vehicle to operate the vehicle."
If this is true, then why does the manufacturer not have an obligation to repair the tractor for free?
Single user and no security what-so-ever. IBM should have used the 68000 combined with a proper OS.
Yeah, that's what I said when the IBM 5150 PC was announced in 1981 with an 8/16-bit 8088 CPU running a rebranded Quick & Dirty Operating System:
"Too little, too late".
I was not aware yet that a brand name may be worth a lot more than technical specifications.
Riches cover a multitude of woes. -- Menander