Thursday, July 15, 2010


via Jeff LaMarche, Devin Coldewey on CrunchGear warns you not to buy the Droid X:

Really. If you want to make it difficult to hack, that’s fine. You think your software should be enough, that’s fine. But once I pay money for the item, it’s mine, and disabling my device because you don’t like what I’m doing with it falls under the category of sabotage.

Welcome to Modern Life, Devin, under which nothing is actually "yours" and simply being able walk about freely is considered a privilege, not a right. Ironically, private property is the MOST important thing in this world.

Your very life exists at the whim and discretion of our elites, who know what's best for all of us.

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