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Distribution: Slint64-14.2beta2 on Lenovo Thinkpad W520
Originally Posted by D3vilWithin
I'll say, my friends, I'm worried where we as human race are going.
We come from nowhere and will return there. Till then, let's be happy and try to make as less damage as possible on this earth we have the chance to live on, so that future living being can benefit of it as we do now.
Strangely enough, humanity has existed on this planet for thousands of years and probably will do so for thousands of years more, even though we are and probably will remain "sonsofbeeches" if given one-third of a chance.
And for what it may be worth, I fully expect to be able to say: Merry Christmas!
Distribution: Debian Sid AMD64, Raspbian Wheezy, various VMs
Originally Posted by jefro
The world is and has always been a bad place to live. It is my opinion that nothing ever changes.
I think Nostradamus is the 12th while the Mayan is the 23rd.
I thought the Mayans said the 23rd too but I've since seen 21st also. Not that I care personally but it would be good to know which day to look out for morons behaving like it's their last day and perhaps making it a self-fulfilling prophecy for them.