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    Default Re: Intel Core2 Quad: Q6600 vs Q8200 - Which is better?

    Yeah I spose your right. Just the air is thick in this room. lol Its pretty funny though. I havent read every single word in here but when I get the time I will and offer my opinion. lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    Dude, do you even realize the silliness of just trading one government for another? You have no understanding of what the TERM itself means. A corporate government is still a government. You talk about my intelligence while being ignorant of the terms your debating about? What is that about? So far, I've provided solid, defined proof of your fringe, utopian outlook being unproven and unstable, and you STILL berate my intelligence while showing none of your own.
    Good point. Trading one government for another is silly.

    Regarding my understanding of terms: A "corporate government" is an oxymoron. Business and government differ in that with business provision of service is intertwined with payment, whereas with government it is completely separated, as taxes are coerced rather than voluntarily earned.

    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    Is Rothbard an internationally accepted authority or just another social commentator? I'll take Webster's over Rothbard, any bloody day. And so will the rest of the world. As in INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED as an authority on the english language. When Rothbard's self stroking gets taken seriously by the world as an equal authority, you'll have a point. Until then, you don't. Anarchy is defined as Webster and EVERY dictionary and educational institution defines it and is agreed upon by the majority as the final say on a word's meaning. Argue with the dictionary, and your points lose validity fast, at least in any educated debates. You don't get to change the meaning of the word back to it's latin roots as a minority and force that change on the majority. No educated debate works that way.
    You're right about Rothbard. He is not internationally accepted authority. Yes, he is just another social commentator. Good point. I knew it was a waste of time dealing with his ideas.

    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    For the record, etymology does not = definition. Etymology = origin. Since we're NOT speaking latin here, stick with the language in use or find a latin forum to debate in.
    You're right that etymology is not identical with definition. To try an entirely new angle: perhaps it is conceivable that more than one definition for the same word could be found in a dictionary.

    Quote Originally Posted by moshpit View Post
    "Panarchy" as a political goal is nothing but utopian fantasy. To call those who DON'T believe in that uneducated shows a very marxist attitude though. I get a sneaking suspicion your utopian "paradise" would get ugly really fast with people like you leading the way on it.
    I had a sneaking suspicion once, but after I confronted it and threatened to inform the police, I never saw it again.

    You're wrong there. I would not be leading the way on it; I'm too busy.

    Yours sincerely,

    Panarchy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panarchy View Post
    I had a sneaking suspicion once, but after I confronted it and threatened to inform the police, I never saw it again.
    THAT was funny! Good one to be filed under "classics". :D
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    Default Re: Intel Core2 Quad: Q6600 vs Q8200 - Which is better?

    Hehehe!



    Thanks!

    Just confirming, you're now convinced that Government by nature, is bad?

    I hope so!

    If you're not, I'd be happy to [re]clarify any points.

    Panarchy

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    So just checking so is the Q8200 Better than Q6600? LOL
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    Default Re: Intel Core2 Quad: Q6600 vs Q8200 - Which is better?

    No. The Q8200 isn't better, even though it's a generation newer, as it doesn't support Virtualisation.

    :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panarchy View Post
    No. The Q8200 isn't better, even though it's a generation newer, as it doesn't support Virtualisation.

    :S
    virtualisation? Come on seriously. Who uses that? Half the threads around hear people are turning it off when they overclock. for what reason I dont know. Anyway who cares I just bought a Q9550 which is better than both. Mwauaahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by NimrodAUS View Post
    virtualisation? Come on seriously. Who uses that? Half the threads around hear people are turning it off when they overclock. for what reason I dont know. Anyway who cares I just bought a Q9550 which is better than both. Mwauaahaha
    Ahhhhh, grasshopper, you think of only the present. *said in ancient chinese voice*

    Windows 7's XP mode for example requires hardware virtualization. Other areas of hardware virtualization use would be application compartmentalization which is another Windows 7 trick.

    And actual VM use is very common among distributed computing (folding, boink/seti, etc.) enthusiasts. Additionally, I do alot of new OS testing in VM's for simple ease of access and use within my host OS, meaning my main machine can serve as both a testing platform and whatever else I want to do at the moment simultaneously.

    Hardware virtualization is VERY useful.
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    Default Re: Intel Core2 Quad: Q6600 vs Q8200 - Which is better?

    I was thinking more along the lines of HyperV & ESXi

    :o

    Still, you've got the general idea.

    Q9200 maybe, or if I can gather enough assessts, an i7. Are i7's all there cracked up to be, eg; do they support virtualisation etc.?

    Now back on/off topic, moshpit: Have I successfully convinced you that keeping our current government is a very bad idea?

    Panarchy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panarchy View Post
    Now back on/off topic, moshpit: Have I successfully convinced you that keeping our current government is a very bad idea?

    Panarchy
    Honestly, the only thing you've convinced me of is that your idea of a replacement government is no better then what we already have, and perhaps even worse. I remain unconvinced that you're even using the terms correctly. Anarchy, as defined, doesn't apply to what you suggest. And companies as security agencies is a FAR worse recipe for corruption then the messed up system we already have.

    So, no. You've not convinced me to trade one messed up government for another messed up government. Government by company is still government. And it's still corrupt. No thanks.
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