Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 27th Sep 2005 22:40 UTC, submitted by Danijel Orsolic
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "This follow-up to the previously published article 'Ubuntu: Derivative or Fork?' takes into account most of everything that has been posted as a reaction to the first article to present a general opinion and compare them with facts derived from various resouces. You'll see that peace can be achieved between these two, and ultimately any GNU/Linux group out there."
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And more nonsense
by on Tue 27th Sep 2005 23:39 UTC

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Mark and his millions]

Most people today have learned not to trust the rich ones and keep them under constant suspicion instead. I actually think that this is a good thing, especially considering that money has indeed proven to be something that truly does have the power to corrupt a person. I actually believe that everyone with a lot of money and power should very well be aware of this (positive) societal trait and act accordingly and responsibly. In other words, people with money have an additional burden to bare and this is one of keeping their image (their motives and intentions) straight, especially if they genuinely are honest.




More leftist bullshit about hating the rich.

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RE: And more nonsense
by stew on Wed 28th Sep 2005 00:05 in reply to "And more nonsense"
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2005-07-06

"More leftist bullshit about hating the rich."

So where's your rebuttal?

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by on Wed 28th Sep 2005 00:27 in reply to "And more nonsense"
RE: And more nonsense
by archiesteel on Wed 28th Sep 2005 05:30 in reply to "And more nonsense"
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2005-07-02

Actually he makes a valid point. Money is power, and power corrupts unless it is closely monitored.

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