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Comment Good enough that people won't stop doing it... (Score 3, Interesting) 671

... despite that I keep telling them not to, but never good enough to save their business plan or their company from disregarding my wisdom.

  - Agile/scrum, anything related to it, inspired by it, or even remotely like it, and the mindset of managers who advocate it.

  - "continuous integration"

  - "devops"

  - server-side javascript

  - giving every single person in the IT department the root server access

  - using microsoft "solutions"

Comment Re:And when Trump says the same thing, it's an out (Score 0) 217

I can only imagine, that if you're not astro-turfing here, you've simply forgotten that not everyone can afford to actually study for a driver's license, let alone needs one or can even get their hands on a car to use one, or to take the written test. Yes, some states require you own a car to be able to take the initial driving test. This is obviously a higher burden than state-issued "I'm 18 years old" ID's that only poor kids get because rich kids who don't need them already had parentally-funded drivers education classes and DMV tests.

Comment Re: And when Trump says the same thing, it's an ou (Score 3, Insightful) 217

I didn't imply it, I flat out accused you of it. Then you proved me right by spending your sockpuppet mod points on me then quickly replied 4 times anonymously with equally absurd attempts to distract from the fact I just caught you in your own logical trap, bigot.

Comment Re:And when Trump says the same thing, it's an out (Score 4, Insightful) 217

The left isn't trying to eliminate voter registration laws and you know it. They're just trying to stop the right from making the process more difficult to qualify for than a driver's license. Remember, we actually want more people to vote, not less, to have more certainty of a fair voting outcome. Or is that the part you're opposed to, the part where you're forced to allow everyone to vote even if they have brown skin and don't go to your church?

Comment WTF did I just read?? (Score 3, Interesting) 109

LinkedIn has worked hard to maintain consumer goodwill and trust? Since fucking when!? Even if you don't register, they populate a profile for you with data from other people searching for your non-existent profile, and then show it to other people without distinguishing you from an actual registered user. Add to that the JavaScript XSS vulnerabilities they've been plagued with since day 1 because they don't hire as well as they help other people hire, and you will probably see why I'm not buying any of this trustworthiness crap.

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