It’s okay to admit that, as a Linux user, you’re a little smug when it comes to the ludicrous bullshit micro$oft users put up with–and consider a NORMAL part of their computing experience.
For example, when’s the last time you rebooted any of your Linux machines? I mean for something other than installing hardware [and not wanting to get electrocuted]? Other than my laptops which, by their mobile nature, require being shut down occasionally, I can’t recall the last time I rebooted any of my [desktop] computers. Oh, wait, a few months ago Southern California Edison shut off the power in my neighborhood to upgrade their equipment, so, yeah, there was that one day. But rebooting because a computer crashed? locked up? stopped responding? or, most laughably of all, you installed software?! Can you even imagine having to reboot just because you installed a new program? Incredibly, the clueless morons who make up the window$ user base do all this and think it’s normal!
Our featured geek design today is short and to the point: Linux: Because rebooting is only for installing hardware. This slogan is available on a ton of products in our GroovyGearShop.com’s CafePress shop, including coffee mugs, bumper stickers, tote bags, lots of shirts and so much more. Here’s a sample:
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