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    I didn't even notice that till you guys said something. I for one have to say I think its ridiculous that it is censored and I think ggs already made all the relevant points. ALL OF HIS POINTS WERE GOOD.
    It amazes how much ppl who are supposed to be logical and scientific still don't employ it and allow emotion to rule. sad. Sad, very sad. The mod suppressing that info - when like ggs said there are even more dangerous tools available that will enable you to do even more damage - is, I don't even know how to articulate it. Sad. open sourced, closed mouths.

    sad.

    maybe ggs, its cause we are from canada and anything goes here. we employ common sense without the need for redundant bureaucracy and red tape.
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    i wouldn't agree that we are free from red tape

    but really that's offtopic, i just await final judgement from mods

    maybe ggs, its cause we are from canada and anything goes here. we employ common sense without the need for redundant bureaucracy and red tape.
    i just picked up on the sarcasm :l
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    Quote Originally Posted by ggs
    i wouldn't agree that we are free from red tape

    but really that's offtopic, i just await final judgement from mods
    whatever... their board, their rules. your perogative.

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    well, when I said best, I should have said the only one Ive tried except notepad :P
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    very nice list. Looks like I'm gonna be downloading quite a few things tonight!
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    I never gave this thread much thought, and then while looking for a new ftp server program, it came to mind. Great thread, rep++!

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    Wow somebody got too many free time.
    Nice List.
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    That's totally tubular! I rely now only on free software because I don't feel like going out and buying programs. Costs too much.

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