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I've already been to Heaven, and I believe it's highly overrated. First of all, the sodas and snacks are ridiculously overpriced; second, the lines go on forever for everything--even the bathroom; and, third, Management is too arrogant to listen to advice from "us mortals." Worst of all, Heaven's a hard place to get to: It's not right off the interstate; instead, you have to take a meandering road that frequently passes through nameless towns and look for the little green sign that says, "HEAVEN 5 MI NEXT RIGHT."
By the way, they do have a computer in Heaven; but it's a 486; and it's running Windows 3.1!
Distribution: OpenBSD or Debian for servers, SuSE/MDK for desktops.
considering my 'heaven' would be a place without any religion, but with lots of computers...... I don't think it's possible for me to make sense of the question of if I'd go to a heaven without computers......... it wouldn't be heaven for me if it had god/angels/religion/etc, of if it did not have computers/linux/open source/etc.