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Tim Foster Gusba
Attended University of Waterloo
Lives in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Interesting take on creationist motivations.
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Cool brief article on an attempt to put a backdoor in Linux in 2003.  Very innocuous. 
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This is hilarious.  It's so much fun to see idiots get trolled.
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Yes!  Here's an excellent example of the need for market regulation.
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Oh... biologists.  If only those biologists had an older brother they could ask for help, right +Kathleen Foster ?
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The DailyWTF is be best written technical blog I've ever read.  They put a level of craftsmanship into their posts that I really appreciate.
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Wow.  I'm almost halfway through this, and it turns out there's a lot more to Nietzsche than I previously thought.  The most interesting thing so far to me is that Christianity is a "slave morality" as opposed to Homeric heroes, who have a "master morality".  In the Homeric tradition, heroism, strength, courage, etc are virtues, because it was designed by people in control of their world.  In the Christian tradition, meekness, humility, powerlessness, etc are virtues, because it was designed by people who were oppressed.
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I never looked at it like that before. Interesting...
Also the Greek method better suits a small community of individuals, where Chrisianity is better suited for large cities of people where independant heroes running around would disrupt the whole group.
Even farther down the analysis - soldiers in Greece had to think on their feet more due to more skirmish battles, where the Christian (Roman) mindset was cogs in a wheel for big formation battles.
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