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Jose Celestino Ericeira, Lisbon, Portugal
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GTK2 Themes 54 comments

by Zak0
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Aug 28 2010
- Aug 16 2010
Lovin' it

Wallpaper Other 7 comments

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Apr 09 2010
Have the Rise and Fall of The Third Reich on my read queue (looking at it right there now).

Bought it on amazon about a year and a half ago to fix the lack of WWII books on my library.

I should promote it a couple of places up on the queue I guess but bulky as it is is hard to take on the move and I do most of my reading on the bus to work. They should have made it a three volume.

Anyway, thanks for reminding me of it and sorry for the off-topic. - Apr 09 2010
Funny thing is that the sign on the left is the real logo for the 1973's Catholic Church Archidiocesan Youth Comission.

Little did they know... Wait, they did know. :) - Apr 09 2010
Shining Reprise

Full Icon Themes 24 comments

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Jun 23 2010
Great icon theme and yeah, Metal Church rocks! :) - Apr 06 2010
Church exit

Wallpaper Other 142 comments

by mtax
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Mar 22 2010
God made linux.

Ok, clearly I had enough of this nonsense and yes, you're absolutely right.
- Mar 24 2010
1. A supernatural bearded being in the sky that doesn't like it when you masturbate then. Much like an a cosmic sexually repressed leprechaun? Can you prove that? - Mar 24 2010
1. Clearly you know nothing. It is a bearded non-human in the sky that doesn't like it when you masturbate.

2. Yes. Celibacy's problem is being restricted to priests. - Mar 24 2010
Ok, I guess that proves that it does not exist (well, through the same bastard pseudo science used before where logical fallacies pop up like mushrooms).

QED. There's nothing more to see here, let's pack and go home :) - Mar 24 2010
Ok, you wouldn't buy a book, it is too expensive for a primary school boy.

But are you too fucking dumb to read on human evolution (copy + paste or you might forget) on wikipedia? What is you problem? It it overwhelming? Too complex? Scary? Mind blowing? Saddening? Do you have any specific doubts? Too many expensive words? Not enough synapses to handle it? Is your screen contrast making it hard for you to read? Your eyes hurt? What?

Advise: do an honest try at understanding what you're trying to oppose. Else you may end up dwelling in basic misunderstandings (like that "theory" thingy that I don't think you quite well groked yet).

I must conclude that you're either lazy or retarded. Either way I've interfaced more than enough already.
- Mar 24 2010
I'm begining to doubt that we're even the same species. I truly hope we're not.

Again, get your facts straight, stop posting conspiracy theory, unfundamented crap (scientific facts? give me a break), it is not helping your cause (as if anything would).

Unless you're a prank I think you have a lot to read (I mean real books) before we can discuss anything and before any of your comments is anywhere near worthy of reply.
- Mar 24 2010
You're confusing a theory with an hypothesis. There more to a theory than babbling unfundamented conjecture.

Now, we're doing all the heavy lifting here, you're not doing your home work. Get your facts straight. Read wikipedia page on "theory", don't need to get past the first part, we don't want your brain to explode with too much information.

Just be a bit more informed, please, you're making a fool of yourself.

Btw, how old are you? If you're past primary school I begin to think that you have problems. Where did you study science?
- Mar 23 2010

I searched for the book mentioned and nothing. Is it as illusive as your god? As bogus?

Please let's get this over with so that I may remove the brain downclocking, it's getting me dizzy. - Mar 23 2010
Yes, it could be 1.9 billion year days (god was undecided on day duration and 16*10^12h days seemed ok at the time).

Or, this is my favorite, it could all just be a bronze age fairy tale. - Mar 23 2010
Of course that you know that that is a bogus story. If Einstein was religious he was at most jewish, not christian.

A proven Einstein quote is 1954's "The word God is for me nothing more than the expression and product of human weakness, the Bible a collection of honorable, but still purely primitive, legends which are nevertheless pretty childish."

Get your story straight. I know it's hard after the brainwash (I rather call it lobotomy but it's reversible) but it's a fun and rewarding thing to do. - Mar 23 2010
Indeed. And it does not account for a species so common this days, the Troll.

Now, compare the theory of Evolution to the vapory of Creationism. Or the jokery of Creationism (earth created in 7 days, really?).

You would hardly be using the Internet with the QED theory, had mp3 without the Acoustic theory, tv without the Antenna theory, had a nice life without Germ theory.

Have you been lobotomized? - Mar 23 2010
Do you believe there's such a thing as a Galaxy? Do you believe in maths? As it seems you have problems with sciences. - Mar 23 2010
Oh, sorry, I have to respond to this. Last one I promise.

If you open your mind too much your brain will fall down, didn't you know?

The "only" difference is really a huge difference. For instance if I was a solipsist the only difference between you and me was that I didn't think you existed at all. A small difference? No. And with obvious consequences.

So, the "you cannot disprove" talk? (that's a classical)
The burden of proof goes with the one making the excentric claim. So can you prove it? If you can I'll gladly change my mind (taking care not to open it too much our I may loose it).

Would you believe that Elvis lives near Procyon inside a 3 leg thong wearing turtle and he has since developed a 7th nose and is a very talented at nasalizing his love for korrmisha? Would you be able to disprove it? Would this claim be on the same level that claiming the opposite? Do you believe in Xenu?

No, it's not a matter of opinion because truth matters.
- Mar 23 2010
The point being?

There are 1.5 billion muslims in the world. And from what I know they
(christians and muslims to keep the list short) can't both be right. So right now, right here (planet earth you know) we have a huge number of people living a disturbing delusion, that is a fact. We (atheists) just say that you're all delusioned, no religion flavour is better than the other (of course if you take into account their actions there's bad and worse but the culpit is the same).

As for the 2 billion, that is pure propaganda, most people I know have been
baptised, I have been baptised. Religion is opt-out, sadly. So, 2 billion is a shiny but meaningless number, religious by definition.

And I don't need to know all 1.5 billion muslims to know they are all a lost mental case (sexually repressed, intolerant, violent, sexist). The same way I don't need to know all the christians to know they're a lost case, people believing in transubstantiation, the holy trinity, the virgin birth,
resurrection, celibacy, miracles, talking snakes, creationism, pray healing, demon possession and so on (most of this are catholic but every sect has his own flora, most noteable being mormon's magic underwear, got to love that), have not put much thought into it. They are at best mentally lazy, at worse mentally uncapable.

Jainists don't bother me.

I advise you to look on youtube for the Hitchens/Fry debate on why religion is harmfull. That is if you're really interested in being clarified, I know most religious people are not interested in that.

This has been an interesting talk but I really have other things to do so this
is final for me. Nice food for though you should be thankful.
- Mar 23 2010
You're right, there are hypocrites everywhere. It's just that you made it seem a good thing, it is not.

There are two reasons I don't have many theist friends (or any for that matter) are that most people have seen the light and got a little sense on their head others you simply cannot make a conversation with so tend go be apart.

We actually had an evangelical priest for a long time as a colleague as he was a rather intelligent and tolerant guy (for an evangelical priest that is). That never ceased to amaze me.

- Mar 23 2010
You got it right that Christians try to pretend, from where I come that is called hypocrisy.

Happily I don't know many theists.
- Mar 22 2010
"Ignorance is preferable to error, and he is closer to the truth who believes
nothing than he who believes what is wrong." -- Thomas Jefferson
- Mar 22 2010
"Ignorance is preferable to error, and he is closer to the truth who believes
nothing than he who believes what is wrong." -- Thomas Jefferson
- Mar 22 2010
People always react badly when you attack their imaginary friend.

Amazing still is that they attack with more conviction those who bring up the magisterium child rape cover up than the criminal cover up itself. Something's rotten about that. - Mar 22 2010
You have a good point there. - Mar 22 2010
And great message too. Fuck them.

Voted good as I can't vote excelent.

Keep it up. - Mar 22 2010

Wallpaper Other 4 comments

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Jan 16 2010
Do you mean Keyboard or Gayboard? :) - Jan 09 2010
Croatian Glagoljica

Fonts 2 comments

Score 46.0%
Aug 12 2009
Been to Croatia on July. Heard about those fonts there. What about a screenshot? - Aug 12 2009

Wallpapers Debian 1 comment

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Aug 07 2009
Excelent wallpaper. The letters could be sharper though. Voted good. - Aug 07 2009

GTK2 Themes 8 comments

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May 08 2009
Fought the inertia and logged in just to vote. It's that good :) - May 05 2009
Atheism saves.

Wallpaper Other 3 comments

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Apr 21 2009
Good stance! :) - Apr 21 2009
Rest and Peace

Wallpaper Other 2 comments

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Apr 07 2009
:) - Apr 07 2009

Wallpaper Other 2 comments

Score 46.0%
Oct 19 2008
Great one. I like it. Keep up the good work! - Oct 18 2008

Wallpaper Other 10 comments

by gp42
Score 53.3%
May 03 2008
indeed. - May 02 2008

GTK2 Themes 101 comments

Score 53.3%
Apr 10 2008
Along with a great theme.

Congratulations. - Apr 03 2008
KIO Slave sysinfo:/

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 241 comments

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Oct 26 2007
Ah, yeah, right, the maintainer of the packages. I recall noticing him a while ago and nothing.

He finds it normal trying to overwrite files from coreutils and glibc(!?).
- Jul 16 2007
Trying to install the Fedora packages I get:

-bash-3.2# rpm -i kio-sysinfo-1.7-1.i386.rpm
file /bin/chmod from install of kio-sysinfo-1.7-1 conflicts with file from package coreutils-6.9-3.fc7
file /bin/mkdir from install of kio-sysinfo-1.7-1 conflicts with file from package coreutils-6.9-3.fc7
file /usr/bin/tr from install of kio-sysinfo-1.7-1 conflicts with file from package coreutils-6.9-3.fc7
file /sbin/ldconfig from install of kio-sysinfo-1.7-1 conflicts with file from package glibc-2.6-4
- Jul 16 2007
God Hears Your Prayers

Wallpaper Other 9 comments

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May 07 2007
Yeah, you're right, my cat would. If just I...

:) - May 08 2007
No one. Nothing hears your prayers.

But feel free to pray if it makes you happy. - May 07 2007

Wallpaper Other 19 comments

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Apr 16 2007
Don't believe. Except that this sucks. - Apr 17 2007

Graphic Apps 27 comments

Score 58.0%
Dec 16 2007
Have to try this one :) - Mar 20 2007
Amarok Improvment/Mockup

Desktop Concepts 5 comments

by k3ks
Score 50.0%
Feb 17 2007
I would like to see this implemented also. - Feb 18 2007

Email 29 comments

by Temet
Score 50.0%
Feb 04 2007
>> You should do an "EXAMINE INBOX" (opens the folder read-only, no harm done) instead of "SELECT INBOX".
> sorry, I don't get what you mean. I'm afraid my english is far from beeing perfect :/

I mean that you should use the EXAMINE command instead of SELECT. EXAMINE exists for that purpose, to get information on a folder. The syntax is the same as for SELECT but it opens the folder read-only :)

> I will contact you for imap when I will have the courage to face SSL programming ;)

- Feb 03 2007
Nice little app. Already using it.

Some comments:

You should do an "EXAMINE INBOX" (opens the folder read-only, no harm done) instead of "SELECT INBOX".

Also, why do you have only 2 configurable accounts?

If you want an account on a IMAP+STARTTLS I can get you one. Also POP3S (sorry, no pop3 starttls :/).

Keep up the good work. - Feb 03 2007

KDE 3.5 Themes 404 comments

Score 58.0%
Feb 16 2007
Yes. Just made one to install on my Fedora (Core 6):

[japc@morgoth:~]$ kde-config --prefix

Made it available here:

- Jan 18 2007
App? I meant style.
- Jan 17 2007
Ok. How can I change it. Can I change it? :/ - Jan 17 2007
Add -lXft to the compile line (edit the Makefile).
- Jan 17 2007
Very nice. Started using it :)

Just have an annoyance but I guess this may not be related. Konsole appears with a big border (7 or 8 pixels) all around, a really space spoiler.

Any ideas of what this is? I had no such thing with the previous style (plastik).

Thanks. - Jan 17 2007
KWallet Askpass Program

Utilities 11 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 15 2012
You read this:
- Dec 15 2006

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 154 comments

by uddw
Score 50.0%
Dec 13 2004
Yes. But you can get it here:

- Dec 10 2006