saturday night – spamless – i guess

If you're reading this, you probably have one of about fifty non-spam blogs left around. These spammers never have a brother that I might want.

Saturday night as I lament the dearth of Internet socializing.

If it gets too unbearable, I guess I can drive over to Walmart and de-cap-i-tate some more detergent.

Image #1: These watch me operate the Leenucks (Linux) connection terminal. Linux has gotten too easy. No more staying up late to tweak video settings and getting a sound card to work.

Image #2: Music humpin' in the room.

4 responses to “saturday night – spamless – i guess

  1. JoshuaPhelps

    Nice tunes. :)And I agree about how Linux has gotten easier to operate. Granted I've been using Linux since 2007, I actually had an old ass CD with an ancient version of Linux. Son of a bitch wouldn't install, got frustrated, and went with Ubuntu. Then later in 2008, I tried Slackware and got it working. After that I went back to Ubuntu, switched to Mandriva, OpenSUSE, Fedora, and back to Ubuntu again.

  2. That sounds like a nice selection of distros.I was diehard Slackware for ages, then once I spent some time with the Debian pacakge manager, it was hard to not go with it, whether in Debian, Ubuntu, or Mint.It fatigues me when in some forums, people holler "n00b" whenever Ubuntu or a derivitave is mentioned. Yeah, I've only been with Linux for nearly 17 years, some n00b.Others holler that if you use Ubuntu, you don't give a rat's about privacy or freedom, i.e. the shopping lens thing. Yeah, it's one little setting (or package) in the main distro. If people don't know how to change that, they will have little control over anything they run.The ones that holler the most and the loudest often don't know much about it anyway and just hate because something is "popular, sexy, and easy." Hey, I like that, "popular, sexy, and easy."Thar's my Linux rant! πŸ˜€

  3. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    It fatigues me when in some forums, people holler "n00b" whenever Ubuntu or a derivitave is mentioned. Yeah, I've only been with Linux for nearly 17 years, some n00b.

    Exactly why I don't go on forums much. Granted you've used Linux longer than I, I know a bit about it myself. I hardly ever ask for help, but when reading the forums…ugh. There are trolls present they like to point out Ubuntu is "the dummy os, for people who don't know shit about linux."I consider myself an intermediate (not an expert, but getting close :D), and like you, don't consider myself a noob. Maybe I just like simple and want something "that just works." :)Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    Others holler that if you use Ubuntu, you don't give a rat's about privacy or freedom, i.e. the shopping lens thing. Yeah, it's one little setting (or package) in the main distro. If people don't know how to change that, they will have little control over anything they run.

    Wait, wait, wait… People don't know how to remove the shopping lens/disable it? :yikes: I'm not being sarcastic, I'm serious. It's dead simple. πŸ˜† Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    The ones that holler the most and the loudest often don't know much about it anyway

    OMG. 9,000 THIS. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    and just hate because something is "popular, sexy, and easy."

    Oh god, hipsters exist in the Ubuntu/Linux forums and audience. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    I like that, "popular, sexy, and easy."

    I feel the need to make an obligatory joke. :whistle: As do I, Dave. As do I. πŸ˜€

  4. Originally posted by JoshuaPhelps:

    Originally posted by slackwrdave: I like that, "popular, sexy, and easy."I feel the need to make an obligatory joke.

    Damn! Beaten to it again. :doh:

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