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The worlds best Linux Distro is now available.

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We have done it.

We finally pieced together the world's best Linux Distro.

It slices, it dices.

It chops and makes Julian fries.

It runs fantastic, super fast compositing graphics.

It is the most lightening quick in every aspect, boot up, read times, 100 yard dash even.

it's called "Shweet Linux"

It runs any app ever written, natively. No emulation ever.

You can choose from KDE, Gnome, Xfce, and every flavor of WM imaginable, simultaneously!

Drivers are a thing of the past. ALL hardware works instantly, as soon as it's connected.

Installation? It's a snap. all done in one click of a button.

Insert install/live cd, that's right, run it live, or, select install and it can go either way. All on a CD size ISO.

Just click the installer icon and using a new type of encrypted electro-digital transference, it will scan your mind and install exactly the way you want it. It can even do a "deep scan" and look into your subconscious for setup info you may not even be actively thinking about yet.

Everything, everyone could want all on one CD. and the best news is....

It's free.

That's right, it's totally free.

Not only free as in beer, but opensource as well.

Using the best parts of existing licenses, it is released under the Shweet Linux license. You can use it anyway you like

There are even system config panels that make customizing and changing any aspect of the install and subsequent remasters in any way you want.

Yes friends and neighbors, it truly is everything you could ever want in a GUI computing experience.

what's that you say? You prefer working at the command line?

Well, has Shweet Linux got what you're looking for!

We have included an entirely new shell language that uses "common" language for every function you could imagine.

Once you choose your language (which was done at install) and just type in your command in plain language, it will be done.

Shweet Linux is available for free with your membership to the Shweet Linux user forum. Sign up today and get the best Linux distro ever.

*** Shweet Linux Forum membership is available for 1 million dollars U.S currency payable at membership confirmation. Some restrictions depending on age, location, intelligence, gullibility and access to legal counsel may apply. ***

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"it is released under the Shweet Linux license. You can use it anyway you like".

Richard Stallman would throw you at a group of hungry penguins if he read this! LOL !!!

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