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66. Re: GNU Guru: Linux Steam Jul 31, 2012, 19:51 Cutter
 
Closed Betas wrote on Jul 31, 2012, 19:19:
Closed Betas wrote on Jul 31, 2012, 19:16:
This guy needs more processing power, buying a game for Linux does not harm Microsoft, in most cases the software is multi-platform supported.

The only one getting fucked is IBM, as the PC is a IBM platform, but only a compatible?

What is happening to the country is called Communism.. That is the harm being done having licensed platforms.. Its spreading into all businesses, look around, all parts companies are now having SOLE distributorships, and more, to drive up cost and kill the smaller competition.


And I know a lot of you don't always catch the intelligence in my posts but think of it this way..

Why is there NOT Playstation compatibles.
Why is there NOT Xbox compatibles...
Back in the day there was Atari, and guess what
Tele-systems was Sears product, was a compatible Atari system.
and not Atari, but you no longer see this...

Communism, because no one has the intelligence or care to survive, only control

Clearly you need to learn a thing or two about political ideologies. See, if it was communism there would be no corporations in the first place, just goods and services produced by the comrades of the state. There would be no attempt creating virtual monopolies or closed-systems. All those things you mentioned would be entirely compatible under a communist style system.

In a "free-market" system we have corporations. Those corporations are all intent on creating monopolies where possible because that means they get everyone's money for the monopoly they've created. No, America is actually moving more toward an oligarchic and/or plutocratic system where the wealth and power is concentrated by a small group of people - the 1%. This is why you a reduction or outright elimination of competitors and compatible good goods and services.
 
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