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Comment Re:No, ABMers. No. For the last time. NO. (Score 1) 84

Never before has "those that give up freedom for security deserve neither" has been truer, and more blatantly obvious. We gave up our privacy and what did we get in return? An OS where every update has become a gamble whether it's going to boot up after again or whether we have a brick now. An OS that is STILL every bit as insecure as every predecessor.

Comment Re:Hell no (Score 1) 186

Driving a car isn't hard millions do it.

I've waited until I was 37-years-old to learn how to drive. My father wasn't going to teach me as a teenager to drive stick on his one-ton flatbed that he put a million miles on in ten years. Since Silicon Valley has a well-developed transit system, I got around just fine without having a need for a vehicle. One day my father abandoned his old car in my carport. I had not choice but to get my driver license and take possession of the car. Took me three years to find out about all the repairs that he didn't tell me about. It's easier to own a car when you're more mature and financially responsible, especially if your father is DIYer who doesn't believe in mechanics.

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