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  • On 27 Jan 2015 in This forum and website suck!, Patrick said:

    the door is over there (head nod)

    all the old content is still on the site, but i decided to focus on sf tech companies.

    feel free to discuss whatever you want in Misc.

  • On 26 Jan 2015 in Man may be jailed for not paying child support for son who isn't his, Patrick said:

    Ceffer says

    As a taxpayer, I have been supporting children that aren't mine for years. Why should I feel sorry for him?

    you should feel sorry for him because he has the general tax burden of supporting irresponsible women's children just the same, but also is being told he must pay an additional $30,000 or go to jail. all to a woman he never even touched.

  • On 26 Jan 2015 in Man may be jailed for not paying child support for son who isn't his, Patrick said:

    Men need to organize to specifically fight laws like this or men's rights will be continue to be systematically eliminated by feminists, who are much better organized politically, and whose faulty assumptions are never questioned in the mainstream press.

    Note that men also have no say whatsoever in whether a woman can abort the man's unborn child, and yet are obligated to pay support.

    If women really wanted equal rights things would be very different, but they do not:

    http://patrick.net/forum/?p=1250968

    Feminists want legal superiority over men in order to use them as forced labor, and they are getting it, as this case demonstrates.

  • On 26 Jan 2015 in Save Palo Alto mobile home park, Patrick said:

    i'm still a firm believer that henry george's idea of a land value tax would solve most of these problems:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Land_value_tax

    there would be zero income tax or sales tax, only a tax on land values to pay for everything the government spends.

    developers would never leave any land unused, no one could evade taxes, and we would stop penalizing productive work (via income taxes) and commerce (via sales taxes). the only people who would lose are those extracting money without work via land ownership.

    there would be public bidding on land tax rates every time land was sold, with the land always going to the highest tax bidder.

  • On 23 Jan 2015 in OpenTable, Patrick said:

    sure, there are downsides like that, but a good pair of headphones and music service like spotify can get you the feeling of isolation (and project a do not disturb attitude) for a bit when you need it.

  • On 23 Jan 2015 in OpenTable, Patrick said:

    that's how i work at my current job and i have to say there are great advantages to it in spite of the lack of privacy. or maybe because of it. it's more social, and you work harder because everyone can see when you're slacking off.

  • On 23 Jan 2015 in OpenTable, Patrick said:

    also visited Open Table today and got a photo there. came out pretty sharp.

  • On 23 Jan 2015 in AppDynamics, Patrick said:

    visited AppDynamics and took a photo.

    i hope everyone at every sf tech company will post photos of their office space to patrick.net. came out a bit blurry, damn.

  • On 22 Jan 2015 in Do the Brits Honor Snipers Who Picked Off George Washington's Men?, Patrick said:

    thunderlips11 says

    We drone attack some schmucks in Yemen, when we should bomb the Royal Palaces in Riyadh. Because the Sheiks are most generous not only to terrorists, but to the US Congress and Presidential Campaigns.

    this.

    for example:

    http://www.thenation.com/blog/170496/loophole-allows-saudi-arabian-businesses-spend-freely-our-election

  • On 22 Jan 2015 in Is this no longer a real estate blog?, Patrick said:

    HEY YOU says

    I can't believe Patrick has prevented me from starting a new thread that has anything to do with real estate.roflmao

    hey, i definitely did not stop you from creating a new thread that is about real estate. go right ahead, but keep it in the "Misc" category please.

    true, the primary focus of this blog will no longer be about real estate, but i'm very happy to have discussion of anything at all in the misc category.

  • On 21 Jan 2015 in Do the Brits Honor Snipers Who Picked Off George Washington's Men?, Patrick said:

    Blurtman says

    payback for Saddam attacking us on 9/11

    uh, little point of fact, but important: it was not saddam who attacked us.

    he had fuck-all to do with 9/11.

    it was 19 saudis and one egyptian. you think saddam arranged that? not too bloody likey

  • On 21 Jan 2015 in Charlie Hebdo: Muslim media anger at new cartoon - Fuck You, Patrick said:

    questioning their religion is wonderful, IMHO. i don't care if they call it blasphemy.

    but muslims are human beings, and are the primary victims of islam. muslims kill each other in the name of islam more than they kill outsiders.

    to end islam, first of all you have to have sympathy for muslims as human being caught in a terrible situation. all their relatives and friends believe in violent nonsense, and they have to go along. it must be really hard in their own minds to come to the realization that their own religion is so awful and makes people do awful things like in paris.

    i think every car in the world should have your "je suis charlie" icon as their bumper sticker. it's incredibly forgiving and is a real expression of freedom of speech in protest to that massacre of cartoonists by muslims in the name of islam. that's constructive even if they call it blasphemy. it's the non-constructive insults that bother me, though i do understand the need to vent.

  • On 21 Jan 2015 in Charlie Hebdo: Muslim media anger at new cartoon - Fuck You, Patrick said:

    now come on, that's counterproductive. deliberately just insulting muslims doesn't help.

    but pointing out exactly what mohammed actually did according to official muslim history (example, sex with 9 year old aisha) seems like fair game.

    if they are insulted by their own history, shouldn't they be questioning why they follow that religion?

  • On 21 Jan 2015 in Where'd all the forums go?, Patrick said:

    definitely not sold out, just trying something different.

  • On 21 Jan 2015 in All about San Francisco Tech Companies, Patrick said:

    Peter P says

    Don't worry. Just don't play attention to the "mission." I surely don't. :-)

    this.

    i'm going to have some fun with the site, but it will always be possible to debate whatever you want here.

  • On 19 Jan 2015 in All about San Francisco Tech Companies, Patrick said:

    I do have lots of plans.

    The daily count is total distinct IP addresses.

  • On 18 Jan 2015 in All about San Francisco Tech Companies, Patrick said:

    Yes I do plan to allow anonymous comments. Have to think about spam control.

    Another idea is to give people higher permissions to edit company, event, and job info if they post using an email account with that company's domain name.

  • On 18 Jan 2015 in All about San Francisco Tech Companies, Patrick said:

    On hold. Decided that I have to get rich first.

  • On 18 Jan 2015 in All about San Francisco Tech Companies, Patrick said:

    I think nationally housing has already crashed and is not about to surge any time soon.

    Also, I'm just kind of bored with the topic. Much more interested in the SF tech companies I interact with or walk past every day

  • On 18 Jan 2015 in I think there should be an explanation., Patrick said:

    Nothing is gone, just consolidated under Misc.

    I'm going to expand the other categories with lots of data about San Francisco tech companies.

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