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Comment Love the duality of criteria. (Score 1) 233

> If the attire matches our dress code, then they can proceed and we can explain to the attendee why that form of dress is allowed. If they are clearly in violation, we will ask them to change.

Basic message: you are not allowed to dress whatever you want in the West, unless you belong to a very particular religious group. In that case, heavens forbid if anyone tells you how to dress or you will feel the wrath of the SJWs.

Comment Re:It's just a coincidence (Score 1) 476

Just like cops shooting people of color at 2-10 times the rate of whites is a coincidence.

That's actually false. There is a greater probability you get shoot by the police when they stop you if you are white than if you are black. Blame the media that only nitpicks the cases where black people are shoot by the police for putting that idea on people's heads.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/12/upshot/surprising-new-evidence-shows-bias-in-police-use-of-force-but-not-in-shootings.html?_r=2

Comment Re:Yay for sovereignty! (Score 5, Informative) 212

So the EU can just come down and tell it's member countries who they are and aren't allowed to give tax breaks to

Yes, and that's one of the fundamental necessities for a free trade zone.

It's quite easy, Ireland can make as many tax breaks as they want for Apple as long as they are out of EU. If they want to be in EU and trade in the EU open market, then they must be subject to some basic rules.

Also, Apple has to pay these taxes, because they had profit and they failed to pay their respective taxes for more than 1 decade. They aren't going bankrupt by paying taxes over their profits like you are saying.

Comment Re:Sue obviously (Score 4, Insightful) 44

Why would they sue? The DAO wording very clearly states that for all possible purposes including legal ones the code is the contract. Whoever did this, did exactly what the contract stated.

Besides why would people what a smart contract based blockchain currency if the contracts wouldn't be solved by those smart contracts but by a traditional court? Doesn't that defeat the all purpose of the currency? I bet these people are not feeling so "libertarian" right now.

Comment Re:Users Just Expect Computers to "Work" (Score 1) 186

It actually just looks like Microsoft still didn't see that the world is ready to move on from them at the 1st real opportunity and doesn't give a damn.

For instance Visual Studio 2015. You have to update the packages one by one.... manually... and download each runnable install file from the internet. It's absolutely ridiculous, how can anyone use that stuff? They didn't implement that basic feature that's standard in any IDE in Mac or Linux, updating. It's just crazy.

Comment Re:Except: it does (Score 1) 566

Yes, that's why we have much less crime and violent crime in Europe and still don't have capital punishment. I guess it's the same excuse you give to legally penalize drugs in the UAS when in some countries in EU we effectively proved that making its consumption legal is the best way to decrease its use and addiction.

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