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RE: refactoring when using CVS

From: Greg A. Woods
Subject: RE: refactoring when using CVS
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 18:54:09 -0500 (EST)

[ On Friday, February 22, 2002 at 14:20:43 (-0800), Noel Yap wrote: ]
> Subject: RE: refactoring when using CVS
> And in this respect, capitalism is self-correcting. 

only in very large, very long, and very damaging cycles, thus the
"correction" threat from Mother Earth.....  ;-)

Micro-control of capitalism by strong federal regulation is something I
strongly prefer.

> OOH, pure capitalism doesn't work 'cos people start
> rebelling.  OTOH, and paradoxically, I consider that
> very rebalancing force to be part of capitalism.

If the people rebel by implementing good regulations through government
enforcement, then yes.

> Please don't ever make light of the 9/11 events again.
>  I, and many I know, lost family, friends, and
> coworkers there.

No "light making" was intended -- quite the contrary.  I apologise if
what I wrote could have been interpreted as such.

> If you thought such an act would humble
> any American, you really don't know your history nor
> your human psychology.

That may be true -- I'm not really a student of human nature.  I
understand computers, science, and technology far better.

Of course Mr. Bush is no doubt but a shadow of what his puppeteers make
of him, just as our Canadian politicians are really only just front-men
for the back-room boys that are never elected by the people.  What
worries me more about American politics (and which is now becoming a
force in Canada too) is the power and success of corporate lobbying
efforts to drown out the voice of the common person, even when what they
say is blatantly and obviously false.  It is becoming pure bribery.

                                                                Greg A. Woods

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