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The Linux Insecurity Complex

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Oh, my God, Linux community! Stop it, just stop it right this minute! This is sickening. Get up, dry that face, and get over here.

Honestly, the way you're carrying on lately! I've never seen anybody make such a spectacle of themselves. Get a hold of yourself already! Don't you know everybody can see you like this?

There's no use living in denial and suppressing rage. Face up to the fact that you might have Linux Insecurity Complex.

So ask yourself: Do YOU have these symptoms of L.I.C.???

1. Apologizing for Linux. "We're sorry that we have so many distros. Yes, we're terrible elitist beanie-heads for using the command line. We're not a cookie-cutter clone of other systems, ergo there must be something wrong with us. We'll try to emulate Windows some more on the next release."

2. Panic attacks. "Microsoft is going to sue us for patents! DRM will make it impossible to install Linux! There's a new document format that's going to lock us out!"

3. Impulsive defensiveness.

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