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One of my idiot friends was making all kinds of very offensive and stupid posts on this forum with my computer, so i had to change my user name because It was NOT me. Sorry for those lame posts and sorry for letting anyone else use my computer. last time that happens.
No, I love linux, just have to learn it, I absolutly HATE windows (maybe thats to stong a word) My friend wants to learn linux also but he seems to think this forum is anti-american, I do notice a little american bashing once in a while but i dont care cuz i dont care what others think, I just want to learn as much as i can about linux and have fun doing it.
Location: a tiny place caled hendrik ido ambacht in the netherlands
Distribution: SuSE, debian, slackware, lfs
He man, no country in this world is perfect. How can that be, no one in this world is perfect. Tell your friend that just because some of use disagree with some US politics does no mean we are anti-American, or anti-anything (exept maby m$)
But you alraigdy knew that. Enough said, okey.
Distribution: Debian, Red Hat, Slackware, Fedora, Ubuntu
I'm not sure why people would think LQ is anti-American. This site is located in the US (not that is matters, but proudly so). One or two people posting in an open forum does not indicate what the board itself represents. In the true American spirit however we do not censor people who have different views than us (as long as they follow the rules).