The banksters have AT LEAST ten times your money. It's the law and they are doing God's work, so don't ask questions.
I am hardly a 'power' user of office software. I use it at home for some spreadsheats and word processing. The current Libre Office version in my Ubuntu 12.04... release freezes up my whole machine in ways OpenOffice never did.
There you have it. Anectodal evidence, but it is one data point. I could care less which one I'm using, but OpenOffice did work much better for me.
They've gotten too good. I cannot read them!
The map is not worth much without the streets on it. You usually need a map if you don't know where you are going.
I look for the nearest street to the address I want to go to and then find the nearest subway station. The current map has worked for me for at least 30 years without any problems.
"Climate change is man made."
Sooooooo...., the climate didn't change on earth before man appeared here. REALLY?
I searched the page for the text "Stallman" and got a goose egg.
So much proof, so close to
Well, duh. After the TSA "Fusion Centers" (fusing domestic spying and anal probes) got established all over the US with no public outcry, who can be surprised?
"We are spying on you. If we suspect you of something, we can do anything we want for as long as we want and if you talk back you are a proven enemy."
Are there people that read this site that also believe the television movie called The News played each night to get the group think going? Maybe I'd be more sympathetic if I watched TV... Where is that quote about fitting into a sick society...?
And here I am wondering what is worse: You giving such a detailed moronic reason for modding someone, some else giving a shit about it, or me spending 30 secs to respond... *sigh*
If you were able to read the entire parent post. You deserve it!
If doughnuts are wrong, then I don't want to be right.
That is the most "down the rabbit hole" definition of "production" that I have ever heard of. What BS.
I really thought this was a fairly decent April 1st post....
"...it is concerned about the absolute freedom of the software, not the user or developer."
If that is what it means, y'all need a better way of saying it. Say what you mean and mean what you say.
"Information" (e.g. software) does not have wants and desires. It is confusing as hell to keep saying "Information wants..." or "freedom of the software". I have no idea WTF that means and I don't think everybody interprets it the same way as you. So as far as a communication goes, it is an epic fail.
The IBM 2250 is impressive ... if you compare it with a system selling for a tenth its price. -- D. Cohen