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Original OSNews Interviews Wil Wheaton is not like most of the rest of the actors. He admits that he is a true geek, running Linux, enjoying programming, playing lots of computer games. Many of you will remember Wil portraying "Wesley Crusher" in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" TV series some years ago. Wil will reprise his role as Wesley in the "Star Trek X: Nemesis" movie, the tenth installment of the Star Trek movies, which is set to be released two days after the second "Lord of the Rings" movie, at the end of this year. In the interview following, Wil talks about his favorite computer games, the computers used on TNG, the future of computing in AI, his favorite Linux distros, PHP and more.
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Peter you smell like a rancid socialist/communist.
by FUD on Sat 23rd Mar 2002 10:19 UTC

Last I check most implementations of communism were forms
of totaltarism, something FARC supports. Something you seem to claim
your opposed to Peter. Ironic huh? Yes the current
governemnt in Colombia as well as most other South American
countries isn't the best but its still a Democracy and in fact
one of South Americas oldest democracies. It would bad news
if the drug traffiking FARC were to gain control of Colombia for
both the inhabitants of the US and Colombia.

As for GWB he is in office because our Constituion actually worked the
way it was suppose to and has as far as I can tell. Its a good
thing hes in office as well. This countries success in Afghanistan
can be attributed to good, old brash GWB and his cabinet (as opposed to Clinton
who feels a few Tomahawks and a little butt kissing will do the trick).
He has the guts to tell people when their full of sh*t and actually stand up to
maurading bastards like the Taliban/Al-Quida. So who gives a damn if a few UN
members get their panties in a knot over it. You have to remember that these
are the idiots that admitted Sudan onto the UN Human Rights Board *L*.

http://www.hrw.org/press/2001/05/unvote0503.htm