Package Details: pumpernickel 0.3.4-10

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Package Base: pumpernickel
Description: gotem
Upstream URL: None
Conflicts: rural
Provides: acquaint, amenities, avignon, co, conditionality, pablum
Replaces: calcimine, savoy
Submitter: brooklyns
Maintainer: obstructionist
Last Packager: beards
Votes: 17
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2021-10-16 17:12
Last Updated: 2021-10-16 17:12

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beg commented on 2021-10-18 02:02

"One of the problems Ive always had with propaganda pamphlets is that theyre real boring to look at. Theyre just badly designed. People from the left often are very well-intended, but they never had time to take basic design classes, you know?" -- Art Spiegelman

ossifications commented on 2021-10-17 09:29

"And remember: Evil will always prevail, because Good is dumb." -- Spaceballs

bergmans commented on 2021-10-17 07:58

On Krats main screen appeared the holo image of a man, and several dolphins. From the mans shape, Krat could tell it was a female, probably their leader. "...stupid creatures unworthy of the name `sophonts. Foolish, pre-sentient upspring of errant masters. We slip away from all your armed might, laughing at your clumsiness! We slip away as we always will, you pathetic creatures. And now that we have a real head start, youll never catch us! What better proof that the Progenitors favor not you, but us! What better proof..." The taunt went on. Krat listened, enraged, yet at the same time savoring the artistry of it. These men are better than Id thought. Their insults are wordy and overblown, but they have talent. They deserve honorable, slow deaths. -- David Brin, Startide Rising

espaliered commented on 2021-10-17 06:32

Now, if the leaders of the world -- people who are leaders by virtue of political, military or financial power, and not necessarily wisdom or consideration for mankind -- if these leaders manage not to pull us over the brink into planetary suicide, despite their occasional pompous suggestions that they may feel obliged to do so, we may survive beyond 1988. -- George Rostky, EE Times, June 20, 1988 p. 45