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Geek Comic for December 1st – Way Too Much Peeping
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It’s funny because it’s true.
Shouldn’t that read: UBUNTU Peek-A-BOO?!
I mean, after the recent fiasco with insecure Amazon pages in Ubuntu’s HUD feature (Ubuntu 12.10), it seems that even Linux corporations who might criticize Apple/Microsoft for spying will still hypocritically do it too.
I don’t know what it is about certain marketing experts who pay for this spy info either. But they sure must have some impressive loins to persuade anyone to whore themselves out like that and ruin an otherwise excellent product.
Peek-a-boo software is right! Mark Shuttleworth and the entire Canonical project can go suck eggs as far as I’m concerned. That bond of trust isn’t something you can ever get back once it’s broken.
Now what can a poor human do that cannot pay for all the super anti spy, virus and…….and…..and software? I am getting sick and tired from all this AND IF THEY CATCH THE BASTARDS THEN make a real spectacle of him/her to scare the daylights out of them no matter who!! Confiscate everything they own but as it happened a while ago when somebody built a simple virus AND NO SOFTWARE COULD IDENTIFY IT He said that he had proof that the anti software companies sit behind this so that they sell their DRUGS
The earliest records of Halley’s Comet date from 467 BCE in Greece and 240 BCE in China; the Greek description is a close but unconfirmable match, whereas the Chinese description is a sure match for the comet.
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