Yeah. Nothing like the good old days. You would spend hours installing Linux on a laptop only to discover nothing worked and the installation had borked the Windows recovery images so you were now stuck with a useless laptop and by installing Linux you had voided the warranty. Now, thanks to systemd, not only you get to bork the laptop but you can have all sorts of malware installing itself with you none the wiser. But since the laptop is borked there's precious little they can spy upon and since the graphics card is not supported they can't flash you with ads. Ah, progress...
Nobody ever suggested we would reach other star systems in a week and colonize them. We'll reach other star systems in a week, take a selfie, post it, then go home to bask in the glory of a million "likes".
Slow, defective, underperforming and full of bloatware. But hey, it's free. What do you expect of a device assembled by a couple of non-specialized chumps over 5 minutes and then in development for 9 fucking months? It's a miracle it still works with all that legacy architecture and those junky peripherals. Oh, did you say "functional"? Too bad.
That pesky international internet will not probably be "international" for long... There are forces in motion that will lead to its eventual fragmentation and balkanization. In the end, we'll all be confined in some walled garden, under strict surveillance.