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Dear God, the people at work think I am insane. None of them get any of this. They can't account for my hysterical laughter. I think they have called the guys with the white coats.

http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/Slackware
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post #2 of 8
Funny but not all true.
Patrick Volkerding didn't create SLS, but he did take it and modified it and called that Slackware and make it the distro that nearly everyone used.
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Oh, I'm not mistaking anything on that site as reliable.
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Blocked my corporate firewall..
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Bwhahahhah

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Features

To make slackware easy to use for old people, senile improvements were made.
  • HUGE FONTS FOR IMPROVED READABILITY
  • Slackware favors GUI tools for ease of use. Command line is not needed at all.
  • Integrated calander to manage user's complicated medication schedule.
  • No username/password mode for alzheimer patients.
  • No username/password mode for alzheimer patients.
    
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whats that at the very bottom of the article? overclock.net! lol pwned
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whats that at the very bottom of the article? overclock.net! lol pwned
lol, I didn't even notice that.
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post #8 of 8
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Sweet Jesus...there are worse articles there too. /b/ gets a nice treatment.
http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/4chan
Am I really that evil for watching the train wreck?
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