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Comment Re:Accept the fact that technology moves on. (Score 1) 910

The automation and new jobs got concentrated in the "developed" countries, but it's still far less jobs than there were before, and things are really worse in poor countries than it was before things like the industrial revolution.

Comment Re:Freedom vs. Convenience (Score 1) 573

And expect everyone to do their part will never bring the metric system in or the mafia out. It's always powerful people with tons of money that change anything like it. When it appears that it is not so, you just missed someone controlling it from the shadows. Like sucessful revolutions always having help from some foreign country. Caring about politics, using linux and resisting the mafia only brings futile work and/or suffering for the small individual. You only have a right to vote because its cheaper to finance campaigns than financing revolutions or defending from them.

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