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RE: Linux Question
by Soulbender on Sat 4th Mar 2006 11:35 UTC in reply to "Linux Question"
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"Do all linux people act like jerks or are the nice people just quiet?"

No and yes. The nice ones are usually busy actually developing or using Linux so they dont have time for Linux vs. Microsoft, KDE vs. GNOME and similar trivial nonsense.

"I mean I am getting feed up with this crap about linux and I want to know if its some kind of brainwashing or what? "

It's the natural opposite of the Windows fanboi behaviour and it's just as annoying and stupid.

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