Re: Why do people ignore facts?
Because, being a political fan you can't even admit you made a mistake with your math.
Political nuts will be nuts, and then whine about why nobody pays them any attention.
940 posts • joined 8 Jan 2010
"There is zero evidence of that, except in the fever dreams of idiots like Hannity.
There is 100000000000x more evidence of Trump crimes than Joe Biden crimes"
So, you want to prosecute Trumpf on zero evidence?
Edited because I remembered people usually disconect their brains when it comes to anything political, so please let me remind you what happens when you multiply by zero.
A few months ago, we upgraded a CAD/CAM suite to the lastest version that requieres Win10, and I asked "Many computers are still in Win7, will it work?" and they answerd "sure, there is a workaround".
Yeah, except that after installing the programs in those computers, printing would stop working, first in one computer, then another, then another,...
And they didn't support Win7, so the only solution was to upgrade to Win10.
And so it will be with Win11, we may loath it all we want, we may say that not having a local account isn't acceptable, but we will have to bend the knee.
I may use Linux exclusively at home and have Linux servers at work, but that CAD/CAM suite is not going to be available for Linux any time soon, or ever really.
"he found a USB stick hung from the ceiling between them on a length of elastic."
The people who have to get the actual job done will find a way to get it done.
And they are not usually willing going to work longer hours they can't afford for "cyber hygiene".
And yes, many disasters stem from that, but then, how many time has someone here boasted about telling the users 'no, you can't do that'.
"Life finds a way"
"If you have vast sums of money, and hold onto it, it means that money is taken out of the economy"
If you keep it in a coffer at home, maybe.
If you keep it at a bank, nope, the bank will loan it to their customers.
Actually, they can loan about 50 times as much, it varies depending on the country.
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