Funnily enough, my Linux box is a decent enough gaming box -- not PC Master Race level, but I'm able to play all the steam games I've tried on it. Most of my library focuses on gameplay over graphics, so I haven't really pushed it very hard. It's still a nicer situation than the last time I tried, when the only commercial games you could get for Linux came from Loki games. That being said, I still miss Tribes 2.
Also, does anyone actually know what Congress' job actually is? They don't seem to be particularly good at hauling CEOs in front of them to ask them awkward questions. Perhaps Congress needs to haul Congress in front of itself and ask it "Dude, what the fuck?" I'm pretty sure we could replace the lot of them with an orangutan. At least then, some CEOs might get covered in orangutan shit from time to time, which makes me think an orangutan would do Congress' job better than it's currently getting done.
Not that inattentive drivers are anything new. On my commute for my first job, back in the late '80's, I passed an erratically driving guy on the Interstate who had a huge book propped open on his steering wheel. That's pretty much why we can't have nice things, right there.
The trouble with being poor is that it takes up all your time.