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Mac and PC- Linux. by alpha-art Mac and PC- Linux. by alpha-art
I think this may be my favorite yet. I don't know. Something about portraying linux as a druggy/prostitute/skitzo woman seems good to me. ^_^
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:iconjanmanx:
Pretty well-made comic, graphically that is.

I don't fully understand why Linux is appearing dumb with no understanding what free in "free software" means. ( You do know that "free" software can still cost money right?)

But this site is more about the art, so I will get you my like :)
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:icondemcheggs:
linux is hawt
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:iconhero-lief:
Hero-Lief Jun 23, 2010  Student Photographer
Disgusting.
Question.
Which distro of Linux are you using her as, and what environment? KDE? 'cause on first looks, KDE isn't easy. That's why Windows fangeeks should use GNOME.
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:iconmi-thechosenone:
Linux is easy... But whatever... Its cooler that Windows...
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:iconsunnyrabbiera:
Yes but being dated in 06 this comic is a little obsolete, as linuix has improved vastly...
Its made more leaps in 5 years then windows has in 10
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:icondaveluck:
I like BSD. You know what they say about UNIX: "[it] is user friendly. But it just isn't promiscuous with which users it's friendly with."
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:icondoctormo:
doctormo Jan 12, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Meh, Linux is more like PC's clothes, tailor made and well fitting. Windows is more like a sac, one sac doesn't fit anyone.
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:iconisharacomix:
*laugh*

Kind of reminds me of a poster I saw of three objects representing the OS's:

Windows was an electric razor.
Linux was a swiss army knife...

Mac was a bowling pin.
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:icondaveluck:
That's not a swiss army knife, that's a straight razor. Difficult to pick up, but they're quite effective and you can do amazing things with them.
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:iconisharacomix:
Wow, very delayed comment reply. XD

I've had a lot of time to grow with GNU/Linux since my comment, and what you just said is very much the same way I feel about it now.
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