If ya want something done right ... Ya probably better off not asking me to do it.
When ya have nothing worthwhile to add to a dialogue. Just babble off a buncha nonsense. Most people do it their entire lives and still live to a ripe old age.
I shall now boot into a respectable operating system. Which any reasonably tech literate person will tell ya. Is a nice way of saying anything not made by Micro$oft.
It's not just a question of technical and ethical shortcomings that force me to dislike M$. There's more to it than that.
It's not only that they sell overpriced, bloated, security hole ridden poopware. When people can get better for free.
It's not that they've been caught countless times doing illegal and immoral things in the interest of boundless corporate greed.
Isn't the fact that they've probably stunted technology by decades so they could maintain a PC monopoly and continue bilking the masses out of 10's of billions.
Nor even that M$ literally has much innocent blood on it's hands. Because the world govts are more than happy to take "campaign contributions" from sleazebag corps like M$. Rather than looking out for the best interests of their people. Money that should've been spent to help those people. Goes into the pockets of Corp's like M$ instead. ( ie: Est that the US govt alone could save in excess of 9 billion dollars a year AND get better software in many cases by switching to opensource.)
Even putting all of those foul things aside, I still have issues with Micro$oft. Bill gates named an entire corporation after hiz own <censored>. No matter how ya look at it, that's just pure arrogance and wrong on sooooo many levels.
"I hope that every customer, artist and music company executive takes a moment today to reflect on what we've achieved together during the past three years. Over 1 billion songs have now been legally purchased and downloaded around the globe, representing a major force against music piracy and the future of music distribution as we move from CDs to the Internet."
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People say that if you play Microsoft CD’s backwards, you hear satanic things, but that’s nothing, because if you play them forwards, they install Windows.
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