How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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The democrats of Texas are winning me over. The republicans may claim that they're running instead of fighting, but in reality, they're fighting instead of holding still and taking it up the ass. You cannot claim that they aren't standing up for their beliefs as to what is best for their constituents. The republicans are just upset because they're getting thwarted. And so, they can just chow on it. If I were a democratic senator in Texas, I'd be behind this plan whole heartedly, if not the engineer. Systems are only good in that they can be used to help people. Here, we have an example of the system being used in an unusual way to help people.

A tip of the hat to the democratic hackers of Texas.

Meanwhile the House has done other cool stuff. Nanotech is a wonderful, wonderful idea. I place it in the realm of pervasive technology; t3k that becomes so integrated into the world that it becomes indistiguishable from it. Some people probably hate that plan, but I think it's great. We were given tool making potential, and we had damn well better use it, with the best of our wisdom, to improve our world. Prince Chuck on the other hand, is a twit. First of, VanNeumman nanotech is still theory. Even so, the idea of the technology getting so far out of hand that it could do such a thing is absurd.

At any rate, here's to toner falling from the sky while areostats duke it out between 'claves.

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