The personal blog of a young Blender geek, and an aspiring author, musician, and cartoonist, also the world's leading Planetoftheapesologist, Backtothefutureologist,
I know I should keep my nose out of other people's business, but should the means justify the purpose? Or, if it's the computer you're not supposed to be on, you're using your phone to 'emulate' a computer, and you're basically doing what you would on the computer, then therefore, your actions should be treated as so? Furthermore, this could be illustrated by an analogy and a murder: If I was prohibited from using firearms (because of my tendency to do stuff with them) and killed a bloke on the street with a knife, I would still have killed him right? They stopped me from using firearms in the first place to stop me from murdering anyone, but I just went off to murder someone, albeit via a different route. So finally, what I mean to say is, if there is a rule that is of inconvenience to you, firstly, findout why the rule has been put forth, and then if you find a loophole, justify your means with a logical step, and further confirm if your actions will oppose the nature and purpose of the rule.It's not that I don't like you here, it's just that I'm worried that you're breaking some sort of important rule.
Whoops, I didn't mean my post to be so long... Sorry for double posting too.
Yeah, I shouldn't have posted from my phone. But it's Easter now. (finally!)
Well, you know, my phone isn't like an iPhone or something, so I can't go online or anything, I just set it up so I can text my blog. (iPhones count as computers.)