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Eric Raymond
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Hacker, philosopher, troublemaker, theorist of open source
Hacker, philosopher, troublemaker, theorist of open source

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New blog post: Review of a forthcoming book.
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Heard on the net:

"I'm naming my AR-15s "MS13s" so the Democrats will protect them."

*snrk*
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Michael Z. Williamson: "Having seen this happen to guests at least three times, any future guest invitations I accept will involve a signed cancellation clause and a cash penalty for doing so"

Good plan. I think I'll adopt it myself. Like Mike, I haven't been disinvited from a guest appearance yet, but SJWs hate me enough that such an attempt would be unsurprising. Especially now that Origins has rewarded these tin-pot fascists by turfing out Larry Correia.
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New blog post: An after-action report.
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New blog post: Why Unix documentation is such a mess, and what it takes to clean it up.
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I'm going to go see Brand X play live on Saturday.

Been a fan since Nuclear Burn rocked my world in 1976.

40 years later is better than never, I guess. I've seen recent videos; they're still amazing.
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New block post: In which I respond to David Chisnall's "Is C a Low-level language?" and explore the implications of SICK algorithms.
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First Harvey Weinstein, then Matt Lauer, now this.

I am more and more convinced that when the anti-Trump "Resistance" accuses him of misogyny and racism, it is actually projecting its own sins upon the man.
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New blog post: Back at the reviews...
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The correct response to SJWs going on about "cultural appropriation" is, always and everywhere, "Fuck off, you tin-pot fascists."

EDIT: My wife the costume historian reminds me that the Chinese appropriated Western fashion of the 1930s to create the cheongsam. It's not a "traditional" garment in any sense.
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