Computers For Christians by Ryan Alexander

This is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever seen on Kickstarter. I don’t even know what it is. It’s just pure insanity. Read the whole description. Here’s an excerpt:

In fact it I could not build on existing platforms, simply out of my own distaste for this inexcusable insanity which is the current convention for which there is no excuse besides a lack of moral vision that does not extend beyond ones own self-absorbed existence, which those who have the power and control over supplying this service have confessed to being in possessed by.   I am supremely unimpressed.  Knowledge of these forms of low level operations has in fact caused me to do a self-evaluation and strengthen my bonds to my own roots and who I am as an individual which I proudly proclaim that I do not belong to man, I belong to God, if you take a close look at the 10 commandments you’ll see why, God is good, God is cool, God is a carrot not just a stick, a vision of something greater then ourselves, I will share this more later, but on the subject of integrity, it’s necessary to mention that God’s law, the 10 commandments, is my standard.   It was the standard for the USA at it’s inception, which spurred the industrial revolution and for even the most modest in our country it has made life more heavenly then it would have been otherwise, and set an example for the world as well. Unfortunately this has not been preserved as it should have been, but let’s stick to personal computers, while noting the benefit of having faith in God’s commandments, appeared to be the fingerprint of visibility, note the first four commandments requiring recognition for this service that one can imply God didn’t necessarily have to make, but out of his mercy and steadfast nature of God’s love, did so.  Impressive the result of their application, it is a no-brainer following in this standard, that is a carrot not a stick, thank you God, I bow to you. I trust in you.

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