And I will refer to incessently bellitleing gentoo users and ubuntuing, debian
was one the home for people like this.
It's a pity though cause I actually quite like ubuntu, it ain't no archlinux
though, thats for sure.
Quoting Paul Biggar <paul.biggar at gmail.com>:
> On 6/29/05, nadir at compsoc.nuigalway.ie <nadir at compsoc.nuigalway.ie> wrote:
> > hey you should work this one out with your brain 2 * 2
> > yes it equals 4, I get the same result with my brain.
> > no it's not, you can install whaever versions you want through portage,
> > talking about things you know nothing about.
>> I was just lamenting the lack of a kill-file feature in gmail, when I
> realised it can be simulated using filters and trash/spam. Brilliant.
>> Anyhow, I'm out. My first distro war has ended with me being
> overwhelmed by the combined forces of illogical arguments, persistent
> repeating of the same points, not knowing what you're talking about
> while assuming nobody knows as much as you, not listening to other
> points, insulting those with a different opinion, and responding to
> unanswerable points with wit-less condescension.. From now on I shall
> refer to this as 'being gentooed'.
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