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Jun 20, 2014
Taking a swipe at Google Glass obviously. Cyborg wanna bees with an EGO fueled by a "god" complex? Well while they are googling, my dog is pooping. Hope they check their shoes before stepping on that expensive carpet.
 
 
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Jun 20, 2014
@R3sistance
The first thing I do when I read something in Wikipedia is to read the comment sections of the article. If there is any controversy the moderators want to be buried, its usually there.

Wikipedia is great for things without any issue (for example mathematics, computer programming, etc). But for everything that has a political view (including science) you got to take it with a big sack of salt (as a grain will not suffice). There are a lot of peoples with political agendas. Including scholars impersonating scientist.
 
 
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Jun 20, 2014
without the dirt in his face, Dilbert would look cool.
Stylisch glasses and hairstyle ^^
 
 
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Jun 20, 2014
I think its pretty funny what we know about Google and the NSA, that googleglass users keep getting their (gl)asses kicked.

These scumbags have no respect for others wishes in communal spaces. Its the antithesis of being a good neighbor or decent human being. Its like intentionally farting in a crowded elevator, cuz you enjoy it, everyone else should just go F#$% themselves.

Once you realize the world doesn't revolve around yourself you quit asserting how communal spaces should operate by fiat or decree.

These glass users don't give a damn about others wishes to privacy. Its not just egocentric, its unethical on the level of paparazi.
 
 
Jun 20, 2014
@rxantos

I have my browser configured so if I put a "w" at the start of the address bar it searches wikipedia.... all hail the great wikipedia and it's infallible, perfect knowledge!
 
 
 
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