NM governor to launch supercomputer s...

NM governor to launch supercomputer system

There are 63 comments on the Carlsbad Current-Argus story from Jan 25, 2010, titled NM governor to launch supercomputer system. In it, Carlsbad Current-Argus reports that:

Gov. Bill Richardson plans to unveil the next phase of New Mexico's supercomputer during a statewide event on Monday.

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here and there

Carlsbad, NM

#1 Jan 25, 2010
And now we know why he wants to bring back the sales tax on our food...
look it

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Jan 25, 2010
here and there wrote:
And now we know why he wants to bring back the sales tax on our food...
up - that is a republican proposal by the ABQ chamber of commerce.
At Large

Coldwater, MI

#3 Jan 26, 2010
Damned story is gone. Does anyone know what the Supercomputer is going to cost the state?

Since: Oct 08

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#4 Jan 26, 2010
At Large wrote:
Damned story is gone. Does anyone know what the Supercomputer is going to cost the state?
You don't want to know!
At Large

Coldwater, MI

#5 Jan 27, 2010
That's what I was afraid of.
Skuttlebutt wrote:
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You don't want to know!
old huzzy

Carlsbad, NM

#6 Feb 6, 2010
At Large wrote:
That's what I was afraid of.
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just what the hell can it do, cook clean, have babies?? and lets dont forget bring home the bacon.
arnold

Carlsbad, NM

#7 Feb 6, 2010
old huzzy wrote:
<quoted text> just what the hell can it do, cook clean, have babies?? and lets dont forget bring home the bacon.
and what would you know about cooking and cleaning,as much time as you spend on the computer??
old huzzy

Carlsbad, NM

#8 Feb 6, 2010
arnold wrote:
<quoted text>and what would you know about cooking and cleaning,as much time as you spend on the computer??
will i remember how its done ive did my time, raised 2 kids, used tu have a hubby back then tu, so yes i cooked and even cleaned, now im by myself and i do what ever i want tu do... kids are gone also
arnold

Carlsbad, NM

#9 Feb 6, 2010
old huzzy wrote:
<quoted text> will i remember how its done ive did my time, raised 2 kids, used tu have a hubby back then tu, so yes i cooked and even cleaned, now im by myself and i do what ever i want tu do... kids are gone also
ok ok i got the message, yu lookie for a good man now??
SilverBullet

Albuquerque, NM

#10 Feb 17, 2010
None of the other "Pay-to-Play" computer/technical projects for N.M. have turned out in Billy favor.

Very little analysis has been done by industry professionals as to function and of course cost of this project.

In Billy's world, this is more about putting his ugly mug on yet another boondoggled project.

The guy is a "glory seeker".
Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#11 Feb 17, 2010
here and there wrote:
And now we know why he wants to bring back the sales tax on our food...
It's a fair tax to "EVERYONE". That "EVERYONE" has to pay.
SilverBullet

Albuquerque, NM

#13 Feb 18, 2010
Kornback Rattler wrote:
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It's a fair tax to "EVERYONE". That "EVERYONE" has to pay.
Fair to everyone?

If you are a single parent with two kids, earning $45,000. per year

THAT IS THE SAME FOR,,,,,,

A married couple, no kids, both Lawyers, earning $300,000. per year

I THINK NOT!
Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#14 Feb 18, 2010
SilverBullet wrote:
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Fair to everyone?
If you are a single parent with two kids, earning $45,000. per year
THAT IS THE SAME FOR,,,,,,
A married couple, no kids, both Lawyers, earning $300,000. per year
I THINK NOT!
I THINK SO!!!!......those citizens chose to be a single parent making $45,000.00 per year..........no one else.

It's time for the citizens of this state and country to stop asking others to subsidize their choices.
At Large

Coldwater, MI

#15 Feb 18, 2010
Obviously, you choose to be an A ss hole.
Kornback Rattler wrote:
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I THINK SO!!!!......those citizens chose to be a single parent making $45,000.00 per year..........no one else.
It's time for the citizens of this state and country to stop asking others to subsidize their choices.
Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#16 Feb 18, 2010
At Large wrote:
Obviously, you choose to be an A ss hole.
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Obviously I've chosen not to have someone else take care of me.
At Large

Coldwater, MI

#17 Feb 18, 2010
Did you ever consider that the single parent was put into that position as a result of Divorce or the death of his or her spouse? Not really a choice is it?$45,000 a year is a pretty good salary in NM. I don't see how that person is asking you to support him or her. The fact is that you are greedy. You justify you good fortune by saying that all are on a level playing field and somehow this eases your conscience.
Kornback Rattler wrote:
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Obviously I've chosen not to have someone else take care of me.
Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#18 Feb 18, 2010
At Large wrote:
Did you ever consider that the single parent was put into that position as a result of Divorce or the death of his or her spouse? Not really a choice is it?$45,000 a year is a pretty good salary in NM. I don't see how that person is asking you to support him or her. The fact is that you are greedy. You justify you good fortune by saying that all are on a level playing field and somehow this eases your conscience.
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Obviously divorce is a "choice", having children is "choice", not preparing for the future is a "choice".

When that person making $45,000.00/yr is upset that they'll have to pay their fare share of a food tax is asking to be supported for the "choices" they've made.

I'm not justifying anything, on the other hand the person making $45,000.00 is trying to justify being "subsidized" because they made certain "choices" in life and boohoo life isn't fair.

My conscience is quite clear..........it wouldn't be if I continually asked my fellow citizens to support my bad "choices".

When the country elects a African American that came from a broken home and raised by a single parent confirms my opinion that we are indeed on a "level playing field".
At Large

Coldwater, MI

#19 Feb 18, 2010
Divorce is a choice? Not quite. And I contend that someone who is making 45000 a year should not need to be subsidized in any way if they live within their means. However, your racist leaning is obvious. You lack tolerance and compassion for your fellow man. I wonder if you wouldn't reach out to them should they decide to use their numbers and take from you all that you feel you deserve? We aren't far from that sort of thing, you know. If our government doesn't get off of it's hands and demonstrate some level of competence...both Democrats and Republicans are going to be useless labels in the face of anarchy.
Kornback Rattler wrote:
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Obviously divorce is a "choice", having children is "choice", not preparing for the future is a "choice".
When that person making $45,000.00/yr is upset that they'll have to pay their fare share of a food tax is asking to be supported for the "choices" they've made.
I'm not justifying anything, on the other hand the person making $45,000.00 is trying to justify being "subsidized" because they made certain "choices" in life and boohoo life isn't fair.
My conscience is quite clear..........it wouldn't be if I continually asked my fellow citizens to support my bad "choices".
When the country elects a African American that came from a broken home and raised by a single parent confirms my opinion that we are indeed on a "level playing field".
Kornback Rattler

Mayhill, NM

#20 Feb 18, 2010
At Large wrote:
Divorce is a choice? Not quite. And I contend that someone who is making 45000 a year should not need to be subsidized in any way if they live within their means. However, your racist leaning is obvious. You lack tolerance and compassion for your fellow man. I wonder if you wouldn't reach out to them should they decide to use their numbers and take from you all that you feel you deserve? We aren't far from that sort of thing, you know. If our government doesn't get off of it's hands and demonstrate some level of competence...both Democrats and Republicans are going to be useless labels in the face of anarchy.
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Divorce is not a choice? LMAO! Of course it's a choice.

Racist? How in your pointed little head do you glean any sort of racism from my posts? Quite pathetic you have to reduce yourself to such a lame predictable accusation.

Take from me what I "think" I deserve?.........No moron, you have it backwards.........I earned what I have. It's a really cool concept..........try it sometime.

It's time that Americans man-up and take responsibility for their choices.

BTW who's this "they" your babbling about?
EViL I

United States

#21 Feb 18, 2010
SUPERcomputer sounds scary to country folks don't she?

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