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Comment: Re:What? (Score 1) 755

by Dormann (#21027763) Attached to: Ubuntu 7.10 "Gutsy Gibbon" Is Out

In other words, you're too lazy to dual-boot ... so you stay on Windows

I see where you're coming from...but how lazy is too lazy? My ideal computer would be downright psychic and instantaneous with any task I wanted it to perform. Is that too lazy? I also don't want file transfers interrupted or services abruptly halted because of the task I choose.

To most people a computer isn't a project to work on, it's a tool to make things easier. You and I aren't most people...but I suspect some folks are.


Oh, and in the self-serving interest of deflecting [-1 Offtopic], I'm also running Ubuntu (and reccomend it to others) specifically because it's the laziest distro I've stumbled upon.

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