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Comment Re:blindly pushing marketable limits... (Score -1) 200

most of the compilers were never optimized for the alpha... so you either have to recode large portions to work with the alpha compilers or run through an emulation layer.

the operating systems available were all junk as they were sloppy ports and not optimized for the alpha.

Comment oh, i get it (Score 0, Insightful) 267

you want to make lying illegal.

good luck with that...

i especially like your confusion and hypocrisy over the court's rejection of your admission of a statement by an individual that he is a liar as PROOF that he is a liar...

if you're still too dense to realize the obvious problem with your case: would a liar not be lying?

stop your pouting and learn some logic.

Comment Re:RTFA, the errors weren't random. (Score -1, Troll) 196

not raging, moron... i'm pointing out a hypocrite who propagates ignorance. the rage you feel is very telling.

you're an idiot.

why do you cower? what are you afraid of?

i live at 4513 brittany ct. eau claire, wi 54701... if you really believe i cannot stop anything, there is a simple way to find out.

you're completely pathetic.

Comment Re:Once again proving... (Score -1, Troll) 177

your identity is obviously worth so much to you that you've cowered away from it and chosen to hide in the shadows.

what does a corporation have to do with identity theft? you're an idiot.

considering the 172 impostor was already moderated down below 0, you're an even bigger idiot.

considering the moderation system is manipulated by organized cartels attempting to marketeer and spin lies, even talking about "karma" is ridiculously pointless.

you're completely pathetic.

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