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If you don't like the way things are run, you can always leave...

I quite like the way things are being run here, thank-you, and I am certainly happy that someone else has to deal with the nitty-gritty of keeping the server running, the OS patched, the bills paid, the connectivity up and a million other mind-numbing details.

I am a member of pmdev and so I get to peek behind the curtain. It's pretty cool to be able to do that, and I have even posted a couple of patches.

I do a bit of housekeeping from time to time, and I try to make sure recently posted nodes are approved as often as possible when I'm around.

That's power enough for me. Although I must admit I lust after the power to wield the dustpan and broom.

I've always been very curious about Americans' propensity to squabble over the perceived misuse or not of public money. I have to say it's always baffled me. In this particular case, I think every cent is money well spent.

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In reply to Re: am I paying vroom to continue his dictatorship? by grinder
in thread am I paying vroom to continue his dictatorship? by princepawn

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