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  • A Pig Lover's Oath

    Hi,

    found this poem on Linus Torvalds' blog:

    I honor and love
    Every pig that I see
    For maybe one day
    That pig will love me.

    Our friendship with pigs
    will always last
    It doesn't matter
    Whether it's slow or fast.

    If we continue to hug
    Every pig we can
    Our love will grow
    As large as this land.

    So I promise to help
    Every pig in defeat
    For if it weren't for pigs
    There would be no bacon to eat.

    - Daniela Torvalds -

    http://torvalds-family.blogspot.com/...vers-oath.html

    That's a promising child!

    Greets, Cornell
    Originally posted by Gary Taubes
    If you work out the numbers, you come to the surreal conclusion that you can eat lard straight from the can and conceivably reduce your risk of heart disease.

  • #2
    lol! That's cute.

    Which distro are you running?

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    • #3
      Running Debian stable or testing/unstable on four boxen. One with customized kernel, the others with vanilla packages. Ouhh, almost forgot: one Ubuntu 6.06 for my dad.
      Originally posted by Gary Taubes
      If you work out the numbers, you come to the surreal conclusion that you can eat lard straight from the can and conceivably reduce your risk of heart disease.

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      • #4
        *ooh custom kernels* I'm impressed! Only a true Linux geek would be browsing Torvald's site

        I've got Ubuntu 10.4 ... 'noobie' I know, but it's pretty, and openSuSE on the laptop.

        We should evangelize LInux among the PBers. I'd think open source goes well with the anti-conventional-thinking enjoyed here!

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        • #5
          I probably only came to Linux and PB because I am interested in alternatives. Just as you point it out. But everyone should find his own way.

          There is enough info and evidence around about good software and bad software. Just as with good carbs and bad carbs.
          Originally posted by Gary Taubes
          If you work out the numbers, you come to the surreal conclusion that you can eat lard straight from the can and conceivably reduce your risk of heart disease.

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