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Re: Swiss govt agency declares Linux/OSS crapware "not a sufficienta
Re: Swiss govt agency declares Linux/OSS crapware "not a sufficientalternative to Microsoft products"
Mon, 09 Nov 2009 16:14:56 +0100
Alan Mackenzie wrote:
> > Intellectual property is a form of intangible property you idiot.
> Don't be imbecillic - intangible stuff isn't property.
Go send a patch to
and alike references such as
> No. Stocks and bonds are tangible - they're things which have a definite
(Repeal of tax on intangibles makes Florida appealing choice)
"On July 27, Governor Jeb Bush signed into law a bill that repeals the
state's annual intangible personal property tax. ... And now, there is
no intangible personal property tax!
Prior to passage of the new measure, Florida imposed a tax on residents
for the value of their intangible assets, including stocks, bonds,
mutual funds, options, notes receivable, interests in LLCs, stock in
corporations and other similar assets."
> No. "in", not "on", and "are", not "is". All the euros in my bank
> account are a number of metal disks 2.3 cm in diameter, if an
> inconveniently large number, all perfectly tangible.
In the modern world tangible paper bills and metal coins represent
intangible money you retard.
(GNG is a derecursive recursive derecursion which pwns GNU since it can
be infinitely looped as GNGNGNGNG...NGNGNG... and can be said backwards
too, whereas GNU cannot.)