Until the woman uses colour names like "Peach", etc. to describe it
PEACH IS A FRUIT!!
I remember earlier in my career, looking for work with a tertiary qualification and 4 years experience in the IT workforce under my belt (I worked in IT before, during and after tertiary study) and being turned down by potential employers because I wasn't "Microsoft Certified"
Nevermind the fact that at least 2 of the papers I studied toward that tertiary qualification revolved around configuring and supporting Microsoft networks and I'd been working with Microsoft technologies full time for about 2-3 years prior.
I later just got the damn certification anyway, because I needed the job prospects that came with it. I learnt very little by doing it.
Chain of events is as follows:
1. Company opens mouth.
2. Lies ahem I mean marketing falls out.
You forgot the most important parts!
I'm from NZ and even I laughed
You could also add that some are defective....you only have to see that show "The GC" to know why I say that.
Redhat > Debian > Slackware > Gentoo > Debian > Ubuntu + various other *buntu's
With a bit of FreeBSD scattered all the way through, I've always had a soft spot for it.
I ended up with Ubuntu in the end because it was less hassle to maintain (I want a system that's quick to build and I can spend more time using it than configuring or maintaining it) and had relatively up to date packages in the standard repo's. I no longer have as much free time or am as enthusiastic as I once was, performing stage 1 installs of Gentoo in the earlier days.