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Comment Re:News for Nazis (Score 1, Insightful) 1522

Yet these petty and petulant asshats can't see that the inauguration is a celebration of the institution, and not of the man being sworn in.

Give me a fucking break. The Republican party has cornered the market on being petty and petulant.

The divisiveness only continues to get worse as long as these douchebags can't see that they are the ones perpetuating the problem.

Bzzt. Wrong. They aren't the problem.

Comment Re:Oh FFS (Score 1) 218

A professional CONSIDERS computational complexity EVERY time they write a line of code.

No, they don't. A professional knows when the computational complexity doesn't matter so they don't bother considering it.

A professional also knows that big-O doesn't tell the whole story. Bubble sort is probably faster than a fancy n log n algorithm unless you're sorting thousands of items.

Comment Re:Great news! (Score 1) 267

No, Obama, having created a problem for US-Israel relations, is now gonna impose sanctions on Russia to put Trump in a bind.

Good.

He is under no obligations to continue Obama's petulant policies

Yeah, because being the most petulant person ever to win the office, I'm sure he has his own policies to think about.

Comment Re:The electoral college is not needed (Score 2) 637

Why should people who choose to live in more represented areas suffer because the others are now regretting their choices?

Congratulations. This is the dumbest thing I've read today.

No one forced you to live in a city

Unless, you know, you want a job that doesn't involve cows.

Comment Re:WRONG (Score 1) 533

But the reality is total number of workers no longer in the work force, which is 95,055,000. Really, 50% unemployment?But the reality is total number of workers no longer in the work force, which is 95,055,000. Really, 50% unemployment?

Give me a fucking break. How many of those are retired or disabled or voluntarily not working (taking care of the kids, etc)?

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