Is the Linux Foundation Our NRA?
May 11, 2009, 20:03 (3 Talkback[s])
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"I wonder if any of us are up to the task?
"The NRA gives its members a membership card (Ever hear of a
card-carrying member of the NRA?), a newsletter and insurance.
Insurance against accidents caused by the very thing they support:
Guns. Does the Linux Foundation protect us from the very thing that
""And why would we need protection from Linux?," you ask.
"It isn't protection from Linux but from those who perceive
Linux as such a threat to them that they'll try anything to remove
it from store shelves, data centers and even your hard drive.
Paranoia, you say? Is it really?"
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