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February 17, 2010

"We have legitimate reasons to fear, and therefore legitimate reasons to fight."

"They who seek power over others,
whatever their reasons, are less patient with resistance than ever before in history. They've come a long way since the Wilson Administration, and fancy that they can see the ultimate goal -- elimination of all opposition to their total control of all human activity -- just beyond their reach. They've made alliance with the Main Stream Media, have conquered America's educational institutions, and have made inroads against all vestigial notions of localism. When required to give their reasons for their desires, they retreat into windy generalities and vague assertions of the "public interest." They seldom stay to defend their assertions, preferring to use their superior press access and public-relations assets to exclude dissenting voices. The notion that men possess rights against coercive interference in their properly private affairs is anathema to them. Their underlying principle is that they're entitled to rule. Nothing more; nothing less." -- Eternity Road

Posted by Vanderleun at February 17, 2010 2:17 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Here is my own solution.class FiberStack def inatliiize @f = Fiber.new {irb} @f.resume #start irb loop end def empty? size == 0 end def size @f.resume(:size).tap {@f.resume} end def push o @f.resume :push, o end def pop @f.resume :pop unless empty? end private def irb o = nil, size = 0 popped = nil #initially nothing has been popped loop do cmd, val = Fiber.yield popped return o if cmd == :pop #pop command, return one level on call stack if cmd == :size Fiber.yield size else popped = irb val, size+1 #recursive call to put val on call stack end end endend

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