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Although it is funny, and I admire the MS paint graphix,.. I can't help but feel sorry for the person who wrote it. So sardonic and derogatory. I wonder if he hates all people that take an interest in anything non-mainstream/prepackaged.
I wonder if he hates all people that take an interest in anything non-mainstream/prepackaged.
Either that or he hates people the don't. I enjoyed it. I even shared it on Facebook. The only thing that tweaked me off was when he made the comment that nobody has successfully got X to work on it, so I thought to myself: "challenge accepted." That's when I found there's no iso.