See for yourself: ============ Haven't you hung around these type of people before? The more obscure a product and the less people use it, the cooler you are. Example: circa 1998: Bob: I use Windows. Bart: *nose in the air* Hmm. I hope you enjoy your indentured servitude, Gatesophile. I bet you can't even compile a kernel. Hell, my *mom* uses Windows. circa 2002: Bob: Linux really is great, I think I'm giving up Windows for sure. Bart: *nose in the air* Hmm. Linux is all right, but monolithic kernels are so .. 1998. Besides everyone knows the GPL is evil. Personally I'm using Mac OS X on my iBook. I bet you don't even know how to unload a kernel extension. Hell, my *wife* uses Linux. circa 2005: Bob: Wow, you're right Mac OS X Bobcat 10.5 is awesome, I love how my PowerBook's desktop automatically transfers to my iPad whenever I unroll it. Bart: *nose in the air* Mac OS X? Please, it hit its peak at 5% market penetration. Now it's just another piece of closed source software. Personally, I use GNU/HURD. Hell, my *son* uses Mac OS X. Bob: I bet you use Opera don't you? Bart: I certainly do. Version 10.0 finally supports CSS style sheets. I bet you don't even know what that is, trendmonkey. ============ Found that rather funny and thought you'd all like to read it. The thread is here; this post is somewhere at three quarters from the top. The rest is not really interesting. At least, from what I hastily read.