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Old 10-14-2010, 09:09 AM   #16
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It's a false analogy because if the software world were "Darwinian" then products better suited to do a certain job would become the most prevalent. This is not the case because as we know companies use "artificial" means to keep stranglehold on the market.

IMHO, seeing that Kenny also likes tossing bible verses around every now and then, he's probably been indoctrinated into the "Darwin == Evil" bullshit that seems to be so common in the USA. Just my .02 though.
Not too far off, the tea party got to him.

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