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Comment Not to sound like a troll but... (Score 0) 801

This is what we all expected. She's a Clinton after all. Another US career politician. She has a history of being like Teflon when it comes to any of her criminal activities coming back on her. The system is fixed and we're doomed for it. Meanwhile Hillary will go give another half million dollar speech or two.

Comment Re: If it installs windows... (Score 2) 117

Wow, a bit angry aren't we? I'd refine your argument as most people don't want Linux on their primary computer. True. Most people know what Windows is and how it works. Linux is great at most things but the fragmentation and level of customization creates complexity that is a turn off to an awful lot of computer owners.

Comment I'm looking forward to it! (Score 2) 211

I haven't used OS/2 in many years, since around 2000 I'd say. Installation was always a challenge but once it was running it was solid and a fun system to use. I had custom built a computer specifically for OS/2 with a Pentium Pro 200 MHz, Matrox Millenium II video and Sound Blaster AWE64 which I ran for quite a long time. I'm looking forward to playing with this release although I admit it won't be a primary or even secondary OS for me at all.

Comment Good! (Score 1) 202

Good, let him be the dictator of Facebook. Democracy isn't without its pitfalls so that is hardly an argument about someone setting the rules for the social site he created and is responsible for. Socrates taught us a pure democracy devolves into anarchy and ultimately results in a dictator anyhow so maybe Mark is just ahead of the curve.

As for being a Facebook me,ber, I've never joined and I've honestly never missed it. Not having a Facebook account has zero impact on me. I still talk to my family and friends and I can still use the Internet just fine!

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