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Speaking as a person in Pioneer Square on that night, and speaking on behalf of all the little children who would have been horribly murdered had this bomb been real, this sub-human criminal should be chopped slowly into little pieces and fed to rabid dogs.

  He not once, but twice, fully and consciously attempted to horribly murder hundreds of families and children,  my people's children, at one of our most-loved public rituals.  He did this after my people rescued him from the madness of his own people, and brought him across the world to be a welcomed member of our community.

May his soul rot in hell for all eternity!

 

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The article is complete BS, starting with the picture of the two women rebuilding a 1940's era audio wire recorder (before tape recorders, and featured in the movie The Two Jakes). 

Then the obligatory listing of all the good people with Master's degrees and PhDs and all their so-important programs affiliated with such prestigious universities.  The programs cost a lot but do nothing.  They have all the right buzz-words and jargon though.   End with a picture of Barak Obama and his retarded "I don't know what you're doing, but I'm just ...so happy... that you're doing it for de keedz" patented smile.

Real makers smoke weed at their workspace (they're not found in urine testing corporations), build and program Arduinos, and have a cross-eyed 1000 yard stare from trying to understand 300 page datasheets written in incomprehensible Chinglish.   They don't get $100000 grants to try and explain what they're doing to people who don't the difference between a MOSFET and a MOFO and couldn't care.  And they don't have master's degrees in jargon.

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Oh....my....God!

It's déja-vu all over again.

Let's see. Mr. Sterling buys a sports team for $50,000 thirty years ago, gets
overheard telling his girlfriend (who's one-third of his age) that he's
uncomfortable seeing her hanging out with the guys of his team (who are
all one-third of his age; he's, what, 90?).

In the ensuing scandal, he is banned (from what? banned from doing what? ) for
life (a true hardship when you're 90, as opposed to 18) and is forced to sell
his beloved team (to whose games he rarely goes) for ONE BILLION dollars to some
dingbat software billionaire (who is known as "monkey boy" by his devoted
employees for his strange grunts and tendency to throw chairs during board
meetings), but not give up his demented gold-digging girlfriend.

I swear, you couldn't make this stuff up.

Along comes another guy with a sports team who casually notes that he can't get
all the people who make $11/hr to pay $110 for tickets to the big game like they
used to when tickets were $20 because they're come to notice that there's a 90%
chance that they'll get the stuffing beat out of them by the crowds of thugs
hanging out in parking lot after the big game.

So he gets called a 'racist' and will be forced to sell his own assortment of
'sportsmen' for a billion dollars to some other old too-rich-to-b*tch white fool who thinks his
life won't be complete until he gets his own personal set of 'sportsmen'. And who will
deal with the Molochs in the parking lot by setting up powerful loudspeakers
that blast out recordings of Bach, Mozart, and Haydn, which causes the Molochs to run
howling into the sewers, ruining their $400 sneakers, which are the same as $30
sneakers, except that they've been endorsed by the 'sportsmen'.

Oh, the shame of it all!   Am I forgetting anything? anything important?

Meanwhile, the Earth's civilization is nearly destroyed by a solar flare and no
one notices until two years later because the news media decide that it's not
important.

ww w dot cnn dot com/2014/07/25/tech/2012-solar-storm/

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>> wow, man, that guy sure has some kind of attitude problem. he needs sensitivty training, or somethin.

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Oh....my....God!

It's déja-vu all over again.

Let's see. Mr. Sterling buys a sports team for $50,000 thirty years ago, gets
overheard telling his girlfriend (who's one-third of his age) that he's
uncomfortable seeing her hanging out with the guys of his team (who are
all one-third of his age; he's, what, 90?).

In the ensuing scandal, he is banned (from what? banned from doing what? ) for
life (a true hardship when you're 90, as opposed to 18) and is forced to sell
his beloved team (to whose games he rarely goes) for ONE BILLION dollars to some
dingbat software billionaire (who is known as "monkey boy" by his devoted
employees for his strange grunts and tendency to throw chairs during board
meetings), but not give up his demented gold-digging girlfriend.

I swear, you couldn't make this stuff up.

Along comes another guy with a sports team who casually notes that he can't get
all the people who make $11/hr to pay $110 for tickets to the big game like they
used to when tickets were $20 because they're come to notice that there's a 90%
chance that they'll get the stuffing beat out of them by the crowds of thugs
hanging out in parking lot after the big game.

So he gets called a 'racist' and will be forced to sell his own assortment of
'sportsmen' for a billion dollars to some other old too-rich-to-b*tch white fool who thinks his
life won't be complete until he gets his own personal set of 'sportsmen'. And who will
deal with the Molochs in the parking lot by setting up powerful loudspeakers
that blast out recordings of Bach, Mozart, and Haydn, which causes the Molochs to run
howling into the sewers, ruining their $400 sneakers, which are the same as $30
sneakers, except that they've been endorsed by the 'sportsmen'.

Oh, the shame of it all!   Am I forgetting anything? anything important?

Meanwhile, the Earth's civilization is nearly destroyed by a solar flare and no
one notices until two years later because the news media decide that it's not
important.

ww w dot cnn dot com/2014/07/25/tech/2012-solar-storm/

COMMENTS:  
>> wow, man, that guy sure has some kind of attitude problem. he needs sensitivty training, or somethin.

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This is no surprise to anyone except Slashdot readers.  Linux is not ready for prime time.  And it will never be ready for prime time.

Linux users are all high-tech software people (and don't tell me that I'm wrong because your grandma uses Linux.  She uses it because you're there to always help her) who don't care about quality user interfaces and ease-of-use.
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