Originally Posted by Xenthos
It depends on what the average person calls biased.
I suppose you prefer an OS, or are running one of those.
That makes a person biased IMO, it might be different to someone else.
No doubt, but to be more specific than using the word biased, as we're gonna get into semantics with that one, let me put it this way:
I hate everyone and everything equally. I hate how microsoft is pumping a tablet os for windows 8, i hate that i can't game easily on linux, i hate how companies focus on nothing more than making more and more money, I hate the way apple's lawyers operate in regards to patents and how FREQUENTLY they seem to do it. I hate a lot of things, but I don't hate something least. It sounds cynical and like an angry child, but I certainly prefer it to the alternative to loving or liking something as frivolous as a company/brand thinking what it has shown back to me is the equivalent of loyalty or affection of any kind.
If you can't pick apart even the things you care about, you never question yourself on why you do the things you do or why you like/love those things. THAT to me is closed minded. Question everything. You'll be a little more honest with yourself that way.