I resent your zero-sum leftbrain/rightbrain comment because I highlight songs in LoseThos. The melodies are from God. I did the words. I make lots of clever word plays:
"Be like a child, some respect. Maturity, don't neglect."
I view that skill as an indicator of programming skill. I wrote ever one of the 135,000 lines from scratch for LoseThos. I write concise code!
My art in LoseThos is bad, so I hired an artist. He turned-out to be a homo and filled it with nasty homo stuff. Sucks. All real artists are homos, though. ROFLMAO. Disney knows what I mean.
You're a homo psychologist, am I right?
What are they doing about secure boot? Game over. Sucks.
I wrote the LoseThos Operating System. It's been 64-bit since 2007. It's a free, 100% open source, public domain, ring-0-only, idenity-mapped, multi-tasking, multi-cored, non-networked, x86_64 operating system. It includes a 64-bit kernel, 64-bit compiler, assembler, debugger, graphics library, editor, boot loaders, tools... 135,000 lines of code written entirely from scratch over the last 9 years, full-time.
"If you want to eat hippopatomus, you've got to pay the freight." -- attributed to an IBM guy, about why IBM software uses so much memory