Bigotry (you win, I give up)

Jan Coombs jenfhaomndgfwutc at murmic.plus.com
Wed Apr 26 03:48:48 EDT 2017


On Wed, 26 Apr 2017 10:34:55 +0300
Marko Rauhamaa <marko at pacujo.net> wrote:

> Ben Finney <ben+python at benfinney.id.au>:
> >  \     “When people believe that they have absolute
> > knowledge, with no | `\     test in reality, this [the
> > Auschwitz crematorium] is how they | _o__)
> > behave.” —Jacob Bronowski, _The Ascent of Man_, 1973 |
> 
> Genocide is a deplorable facet of humanity, but it has
> absolutely nothing to do with knowledge, testing or Python.

"There are more questions than answers, 
 And the more you find out, the less you know"

Roll this backwards, if you are young, blinkered, or a good
believing nationalist citizen, you can easily believe that you
know everything. 

Then you just get on and do it, regardless.  So don't blame
Hxxler or anyone else, acquire knowledge, and do testing, even
when it's only your view of Python that might change. 

Jan Coombs



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