This is a discussion on RE: iTunes & Linux (Debian) - Debian ; But you have those original thoughts. The vast majority of people that I meet are simply mindless zombies. They get up, go to work, come home, go to bed and rinse and repeat the next day. Dave Our lives begin ...
But you have those original thoughts. The vast majority of people that
I meet are simply mindless zombies. They get up, go to work, come home,
go to bed and rinse and repeat the next day.
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that
--Martin Luther King Jr.
From: Gernot Hassenpflug [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, 10 January 2007 6:50 PM
To: David Pastern
Subject: Re: iTunes & Linux (Debian)
Happy new year to all,
I don\'t have an iPod for both my own personal reasons (similar to
and because I am not happy with the functionality, it is too limited for
my long-term use prospects (I waited over 5 years until a laptop arrived
that had what I would consider long-term use prospects).
> that of most \'modern\' developed countries are despicable, pandering
> corporate business at the expense of everything else. I prefer not to
> try and worry too much about these things now, because in the end, 95%
> of our population are just dumb zombies without a single original
> thought. This is, of course, what governments want - mindless zombies
> are much easier to control than people like me.
Well, I have interesting and original thoughts every day. Sadly, the
interesting ones are not original, and the original ones are not very
Find out how something works, to know its functionality and limits