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OK as I am from that era before time began, The early 30s cars were quite a challenge but they have now managed to come into their own. Computers are still in the Model T era. So far computers have not got up to the point of needing a starting handle but they are near. I can remember the days when my car, when meeting a steep hill you had to turn around and go up backwards because first gear was not low enough to do the job. You not only had to have a spare tyre but also a repair kit with patches and glue and tyre irons because you were fortunate to cover more than 30 miles without a puncture.
I don't expect to live long enough for computers to get up to the age equivalent to the starting handle phase. By, say 2060, they may reach the stage where we can turn on that reliable computer box and it will do just as we expected. Rest assured by that time something else will have come on the scene to drive humankind huts. Cars will only exist in museums and they will have presentations about the toxic fluid that made them go. By that time the law may allow mixed marriage of men and women even though some say it will cause unrest among traditional marriage of males to males or females to females, oh well, life goes on.
Thank you Daniel
*cackle!* Thank you, I needed a laugh!
It's a good thing cars don't make you stop at random times to upload their operating system updates.
Oh, my. I'm using Fierfocks, too... And I'm worried about the Windoze XP loss of support, too. I don't know that much about computers and I don't want to start froom the beginning with Unix. or Linux, or whatever..., and I certainly can't afford a new one...or even a more recent used one. If "support" just means "no more upgrades," I think I can live with that.
Hell...I drove the same car for 30 years, and all I had to do was put gas and oil in it, and have it tuned every year or so...why can't computers be like that?
Mozilla's new CEO gave $1000 to oppose marriage equality.
This story has been going around multiple LGBT web sites.
I don't know what to make of it. $1000 is small potatoes in the political donation category. It doesn't make him a major player in the antigay world. The main Mozilla product that I use is the Firefox browser. I don't pay for firefox. I use an ad blocker so I don't see how ads could pay firefox for my use. I don't even know how they get money. There is boycott fatigue. It's not a big deal to change over to a different browser, but I wonder if it's worth it because the new CEO gave $1000 4 years ago for some reason. He has not spoken in defense of, or regretting, his action.
Scalia needs to get permanent lockjaw...or have a left hemisphere stroke that leaves him unable to communicate ... forever. I have some evil wishes for Clarence Thomas, too.
Sorry, folks, but I am not a "nice" person; my nickname since 1959 has been "La Bruja del Hielo." And I work at it when someone pisses me off, or hurts people I care about.
Grinning, thanks for pointing out the use of quotations by the judge. That's not only satisfyingly funny to me, but it also shows that some judges really do "get it" in regards to some of the tactics used by the anti-gay groups. It's his subtle way of saying that they have absolutely no credibility in their arguments.
My goodness, a lot is going on with gender issues. All the friction creates heat, which empowers change. So, being in the midst of a lot of legislation disputes is a good thing, even if uncomfortable. I am confident, marriage equality will be the law coming out of it for all USA.
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