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Old 03-03-2011, 02:23 PM   #31
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You like to bite chicks' NOSES??!!!!
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Old 03-03-2011, 03:36 PM   #32
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I think a Mandrake fork is needed

If you want to stay away from the command terminal completely(mostly) and have a M$ type of Linux experiece I recommend Madriva. I ditched Mandriva 10 because I could not get a media player to work and had major issues with their software repositories but they and a fork of Mandriva "Mageia" are both going to have releases in May of this year. You could try Mandriva10.2 for a few months and or keep it if it works okay. PCLinuxOS is also a Mandrake fork but I have no experience with it. Mandriva has DrakeTools and a Application suite (Mandriva Control Center MCC) that is housed in one application where in other linux distros(O.Ss) are all over the place or you have to use a Linux version of Command prompt which is easy but is difficult if you are not used to Linux. I think it takes a year to get used to Linux but to be proficient it should take much less time.
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Old 03-04-2011, 12:15 AM   #33
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You like to bite chicks' NOSES??!!!!
Yes. Actually, gently nibble. Remember Blossom from TV? I'd love to nosh on that nose. It's a fetish. As far as actually biting, no one is going to accept damage but to feel my teeth bite the outside of a big, hook nose...ever so gently........... Hey! I have an idea. Let's start a Linux singles group! What better teacher than a computer person, and one on one computer help + dating
would be of immense help. Make mine a big nose, please.


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