I did use a couple of its predecessors and I'd still be using them if they could do what I need to do.Like all rules, the trick is to know when to break the rule. It's vulnerable; pretty much all systems other than a pet rock are.I wish that Linux was an option, but the other users of the machine would not go for that.I will do it one day I've never been a big DOS user.
YES - IMO The residential no-holds-barred approach is out-dated, and IMO dangerous.
That which is found in Communist Countries is more based on the premise that everyone makes the same pay, lives in the same size house and eats the same food Whereas here, we use a system that lets the individual make what he can, live where he can afford a eat whatever. Rich Countries don't have people starving and die from sickness.
Even the Roman Republic gave Romans free flour for their bread Sent from my i Phone using Tapatalk Now I get what you are doing.
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And to add icing in the cake of my argument(and everyone else's including the liberal architects)......