[Arm-netbook] Ubuntu as a moral ideology applied to "Guilds"
doark at mail.com
Wed Jul 17 13:37:13 BST 2019
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On Wed, 17 Jul 2019 07:30:06 +0100
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 16, 2019 at 10:48 PM J.L. <eaterjolly at gmail.com> wrote:
> > prediction's to be true. Ubuntu roughly translates to "a state caused
> > by social justice called personhood"
> > Please don't discount me for my absence : P
Pity this was not all on list, it looks like an interesting discussion.
> > Side-note: I've joined the U.S. Navy
> > (not a fan of the U.S. military, yet hope to make a difference)
> can i recommend following the practice of being a silent witness and
> an *example* rather than an "evangelist"? the context of working
> within a Military "Family" is very very clear: everyone *absolutely*
> has to be able to trust everyone else *100%* with their lives -
> anything that undermines that - by way of someone having an "agenda"
> *other* than the one that everyone else signed up for - leaves both
> you in jeapordy as well as your fellows and peers.
Not more than 5 years ago my own mother looked into what a career in the
military/navy/air force would entail (probably because her children got
several advertisements), and noticed that there was some amount of social
experimentation going on. Caution, when participating, would be prudent.
I could ask for details if you're interested.
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