Umm... WHAT???

5:31 PM

As a writer, sometimes I can't help but get a good chuckle at the expense of the Linux community in terms of some of the very crazy grammatical errors I come across while reading responses to various questions (if you may have not noticed, I'm very dedicated to assisting with support for what ever distribution I happen to be using at the time). This one has got to be the best yet, however. After a long, eloquent speech, a Linux user came up with this:


"When I switched from -- MS-DOS to Linux (I learned Windows and X-Windows at the same time after learning the Mac Finder which I never especially liked) my expectations about what an OS is changed, and maybe I am spoiled but I definitely see my own preference as subjective, not objective and wish others would to."

Noun: The subjective case.
Adjective: Based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions.

Noun: A thing aimed at or sought; a goal.
Adjective: (of a person or their judgment) Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing facts.


I don't know about you but I would rather be objective than subjective...



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