52 Responses

  1. Terry A Davis
    Terry A Davis at |

    Still in denial on God and His chosen one.

  2. Terry A Davis
    Terry A Davis at |

    http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2013/09/if-my-team-has-low-skill-should-i-reduce-the-difficulty-level-of-my-code/
    Silly mortal. I wrote my own compiler. It does not have short circuit logic on bool expressions outside of IF. There is no Bool type. It was never a very good idea to have bool variables since nobody agrees on what TRUE is 255 or 1.

  3. Terry A Davis
    Terry A Davis at |

    http://forum.osdev.org/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=27130
    SMP is not good. Brainwashing seems to be heavy. I made a modern C64, that is God’s temple. Why don’t we start with God, shall we. Then you will humble yourself and quit being a brainwashing twat. CIA, you will lose. God will win.

  4. Terry A Davis
    Terry A Davis at |

    http://skilldrick.github.io/easy6502/
    I’m not kidding. Recently someone implied knowing ASM meant you were a “criminal wink wink.” That is the evil we face. The CIA brainwashing. Guess what. Say hello to my pal, Mr. God! You lose CIA. Game over.
    I have no silly sentimentaility — I made my operating system strictly 64-bit. My compiler, in fact, doesn’t produce 32-bit code. I have 16 registers in 64-bit mode! Funny, huh!

  5. Terry A Davis
    Terry A Davis at |

    http://yro.slashdot.org/story/13/09/07/1732232/could-technology-create-modern-day-leper-colonies
    That’s funny — I’d have guessed C64 users were more savvy that today’s demographic. (More ordinary people use computers.) C64 shipped with program manual you typed in with binary DATA for sprites. There is no question C64 users were more intelligent that today’s computer user demographic.

    To us, the computer was entertainment. Learning binary was thrilling as we made binary sprite data. Bill Gates wants to surpress knowledge like not teaching slaves to read. He is subtly evil. (Oh you don’t want to learn that. It’s so much better now.)

  6. Terry A Davis
    Terry A Davis at |

    http://imgur.com/yCQ7Xf8

    Everybody knows 8086 or 6502 asm. Only I know x86_64 asm.

    http://www.templeos.org/Wb/Demo/Lectures/64BitAsmQuiz.html

    I wrote a 64-bit assembler and 64-bit compiler. I am the last person on the planet who has a legitimate genuine need to knowing 64-bit x86 asm. Not one of you knights will make the effort. The kids would find it fun, but it’s too hard starting from ground zero.

  7. Bob Dinitto
    Bob Dinitto at |

    Anyone who thinks world governments are not inherently corrupt isn’t fit to teach. Has this man never studied history?

    1. Terry A Davis
      Terry A Davis at |

      Maybe if God talked? I didn’t want to spam — I was talking to the CIA, not public. http://www.templeos.org is God’s temple.

      Maybe God says “Don’t even think of virus or malware.” Poof, it’s gone forever.

      1. Shane Reaume
        Shane Reaume at |

        This is a spammer for those who want to up vote just cause he starts it out with God. Scroll down and see his other posts… please down vote.

        1. Terry A Davis
          Terry A Davis at |

          fucken teenage girl. Yer a faggot.

        2. robrecord
          robrecord at |

          He is not mentally ill, he is paid to do this, Ban him someone?

          1. Shane Reaume
            Shane Reaume at |

            He is back-linking as well. This can be done to either boost a page (his links) or to ruin this page with too many spam links. I take it this page is not supposed to be seen and hopes of getting bad links and curse words associated with the page to destroy it’s ranking in search engines is the goal?

          2. Simon Howard
            Simon Howard at |

            He is mentally ill. I’ve seen his comments on many different sites. It’s pretty much always the same garbage. Do a Google search for “losethos schizophrenic” and you can see lots of people discussing it.

            Funny seeing where his comments pop up. I wonder why this article on this site?

          3. vidarh
            vidarh at |

            He’s a well known schizophrenic.

  8. Lucid
    Lucid at |

    Terry A Davis, what in the world are you going on about?

    1. robrecord
      robrecord at |

      Please flag his comments.

      1. Terry A Davis
        Terry A Davis at |

        Why the fuck are you a busybody? You cannot silence God you fucken moron. You’re getting punished. You WILL fear God, CIA.

        1. robrecord
          robrecord at |

          You’re spamming the hell out of this article with something completely unrelated. I’m sure you realise that.

      2. Lucid
        Lucid at |

        No. He can say whatever he wants. It is a free country. Mostly.

    2. vidarh
      vidarh at |

      He’s mentally ill. These comments are amongst his more lucid ones, unfortunately, which is a great pity as his operating system that he’s referred to shows he’s quite intelligent.

  9. Gath Gealaich
    Gath Gealaich at |

    “and has even said that there is an inherent risk that every government is corrupt”

    Apparently, he paid good attention in his Citizenship class! :)

  10. Jessica Darko
    Jessica Darko at |

    Typical of leftists, they can’t tolerate people who think for themselves. “individualism” is evil because its’ the opposite of collectivism. These kinds of actions show that they really are communists.

    1. vidarh
      vidarh at |

      You don’t see the irony of a teacher complaining about his mention of anarchism on his blog, and complaining it is “typical of leftists” to do like the teacher?

      Hint: Look up Bakunin, for example. He was one of the early important anarchist thinkers, and one of the earliest translators of the Communist Manifesto to Russian; Or look up Proudhon – the *first* person to call himself anarchist, and, surprise, surprise: a libertarian socialist.

      In other words: The student was espousing leftist, individualist philosophy, and this teacher criticised him for espousing leftist, individualist philosophy.

      Spot your mistake.

      Or go read the students blog, maybe you’ll learn something.

      1. tmc
        tmc at |

        Bakunin, Proudhon: individualists.

        How do people come up with this shit?

        1. vidarh
          vidarh at |

          By actually reading and understanding the theories involved. You should try it.

          They were proponents of an ideology that contends that the state must be reduced to its bare minimum (Proudhon) or destroyed (Bakunin), as it is a tool of oppression, and that society should be built on voluntary association. So individualists, yes.

          If you believe collectivism is not compatible with individualism: Proudhon was explicitly anti-collectivist. He was a supporter of e.g. mutualism, founded explicitly on individual ownership of land but voluntary cooperation, but he also made it very clear that the choice of organization should be voluntary and down to the individual.

          Regarding Bakunin, let me quote from “God and the State”:

          “The liberty of man consists solely in this, that he obeys the laws of nature because he has himself recognized them as such, and not because they have been imposed upon him externally by any foreign will whatsoever, human or divine, collective or individual.”

          Bakunin did believe in collectives, but entirely through voluntary organization – he did not believe any authority had the right to enforce them, and explicitly wanted the state destroyed to ensure nobody had the power to oppress or force a specific organization of society.

          He repeatedly clashed with Marx over this – in marxism, the goal is also the abolition of the state, but for it to first be used as a tool by the working class majority to bring about social changes. Bakunin predicted that this idea would end up being abused by revolutionary groups that would grab the power for themselves, and so that it needs to be dismantled immediately.

          1. tmc
            tmc at |

            >If you believe collectivism is not compatible with individualism

            They’re opposite principles.

            I’ll ask again: how do people come up with this shit?

          2. Tom Sullivan
            Tom Sullivan at |

            They are not necessarily opposite principles. Voluntary involvement in collective arrangements is not incompatible with individualism.

          3. tmc
            tmc at |

            “Voluntary involvement in collective arrangements” is precisely *not* what “collectivism” denotes.

          4. vidarh
            vidarh at |

            If you’d bothered to actually read up on voluntary collectivism you wouldn’t be spouting *your* bullshit. Collectivism in the political sense is merely about operating and/or owning property jointly.

            Forced collectivism, such as e.g. practised by the old Soviet government, is not compatible with individualism.

            Voluntary collectivism on the other hand, is commonly practised by adherents of individualist ideologies: Any private company with more than a single owner, for example is an example of the voluntary collective ownership of a corporate entity.

            Then again, I gave Proudhon as one of my examples for exactly the reason that I expect you’d have an unwarranted knee jerk response at the thought of collectivism:

            As mentioned, Proudhon preferred mutualism: an economic system based on individual ownership but with cooperation to maximize benefits from the individually owned property.

            E.g. rather than a group of farmers for example voluntarily deciding to create a single farm with join ownership (which would have been Bakunins ideal), he would have preferred that they, for example, agreed to exchange services in a way designed to maximize utility of their land and tools while each person would retain individual ownership.

            In that respect Proudhon was leaning further towards individualism than even most libertarians would be willing to.

          5. tmc
            tmc at |

            > “If you’d bothered to actually read up on voluntary collectivism you wouldn’t be spouting *your* bullshit.”

            Substitute “voluntarism” for “individualism,” then. Many libertarians do.

            “Collectivism” is still the opposite principle. See also: “socialism.”

            The difference is necessarily the negation of some individual’s (“minority”) values.

            If you have a point besides stupid repetitive name-dropping, let’s hear it.

        2. Tom Sullivan
          Tom Sullivan at |

          As vidarh has already said, by reading, digesting and understanding what they wrote about. If you had already done this, you wouldn’t have posted this comment, as it make you look so ill-informed. Bakunin and Proudhon were libertarian long before it became associated with the right wing. Libertarian vs Authoritarian is an entirely different paradigm from Left vs Right.

          1. tmc
            tmc at |

            “Libertarian vs Authoritarian is an entirely different paradigm from Left vs Right.”

            Then explain the 20th century.

    2. robrecord
      robrecord at |

      You are projecting your political views. This has nothing to do with left or right.

    3. MatthewSherrard
      MatthewSherrard at |

      This is not collectivist but corporatist. He’s concerned not with the student collective, but the health and success of the institution. For a collectivist, the ONLY value of the institution is the student collective. Without their success, it is meaningless.

      Same with government. So there is nothing leftist or collectivist about marginalizing antiestablishment thinking, especially since there’s very little leftist or collectivist about most governments.

    4. bbqr0ast
      bbqr0ast at |

      This is neither a left or right issue. It’s an issue about an idiotic headmaster who can’t understand the idea that people, gasp, have different view points and, gasp, that this doesn’t automatically make them terrorists.

    5. stupocalypse
      stupocalypse at |

      Wait who is the leftist?

  11. Terry A Davis
    Terry A Davis at |

    http://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/RobLockhart/20130905/199667/Games_That_Teach_Programming_A_Brief_Overview.php
    When we had C64s, it was not pathetic. That makes a huge difference on motivation. God is firmly behind the 640×480 16 color scheme. Maybe, He could explain. I understand, but it’s difficult to explain and nobody believes me. Let’s just say the cognative load goes up with the number of colors and programming budget gets far more strict. I think you soon find yourself doing nasty kludges to cut corners if you are professional… the kids decide they can only do 2D.

    1. Jessica Darko
      Jessica Darko at |

      Being stupid would be one thing, but spam is just too much.

      1. Terry A Davis
        Terry A Davis at |

        The link I posted is a related story I am not affiliated with but seemed like an outsider joining the conversation.

      2. stupocalypse
        stupocalypse at |

        More interesting than the dross you post!

  12. kfogel
    kfogel at |

    Would have been nice to link to the blog in question. It’s http://hampsteadtrash.blogspot.com/ . Also, the “inherent risk that every government is corrupt” is different from the “inherent risk of corruption in every human government” (independently of whether Kinnan Zaloom is correct in his assertion, these are two different things, and the politics faculty at Glasgow University is somewhat more likely to teach the latter than the former, though perhaps some of them also teach the former).

  13. Terry A Davis
    Terry A Davis at |

    How DARE you! I’m God’s anointed. I made God’s Temple. You will bow yer head. You will submit. You have no idea who you are messing with.
    God’s temple is a supplemental operating system that can stand alone but is mostly a place for worship. Guess what? Praise God is why you were made. No more sports.

  14. robrecord
    robrecord at |

    Cool it, you’re about to get banned.

    1. Terry A Davis
      Terry A Davis at |

      You’re going to Hell. Banshed from eden before you tasted it’s pleasures.

      1. robrecord
        robrecord at |

        I already taste divine.

      2. Glenn Festog
        Glenn Festog at |

        Apparently you worship the “serial killer psychopathic god” of the Jewish faith; you know, the one who, with endless time at “His” disposal, gives a human 1 lifetime to get it right, or else! Perhaps you should consider a change? Maybe Zeus or Odin would suit you better…….., just sayin…….

  15. albeit
    albeit at |

    Uh oh, someone had an independent thought. Better squelch it.

  16. Lucid
    Lucid at |

    It ticks me off Terry, how you can go off on the CIA like that and I get moderated for for posts with clean language that aren’t meant to offend merely because they deal with the French.

  17. asdfsdf
    asdfsdf at |

    Lol, britain

  18. Wayne Gilmore
    Wayne Gilmore at |

    This educator is a good socialist and even better liberal. The only truth is the one they give you, when you can answer how many fingers and believe it, your in.

    1. Tom Sullivan
      Tom Sullivan at |

      It isn’t anything to do with socialism but has everything to do with authoritarianism/statism.

  19. Arctic Troll
    Arctic Troll at |

    You could even talk to the headteacher directly on LinkedIn, if you so desired.

    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/jacques-szemalikowski/56/b09/332