Linux users are wizards: they do more work for the same functions, but in exchange they get more flexibility and power.
Windows users are sorcerer: they get innate support and intuitive functions, but not nearly as many tricks as the wizards.
Mac users are warlocks: they bonded their souls to a malevolent power that doesn't actually care about them.
@DissidentKitty checks out
@DissidentKitty and plan9?
@DissidentKitty does that mean a WSL user is an Ultimate Magus?
Damb I don't want to be a Mac user but warlock is my aesthetic
@mal You can always multiclass
@DissidentKitty I remember when people posting things like this would've swapped the last two
Hey, I know Apple doesn't really care, but Windows is far more evil, and not only have I seen ZERO professional-grade design software for Linux, I shouldn't have to run myself ragged getting it to run.
(Full Disclosure: Mac user since 1985)
@DissidentKitty I disagree, Windows is much more evil and Linux is much less powerful
@DissidentKitty On the upside, Tim Cook isn't a pedo apologist, so mac users have that going for them vis-a-vis GNU/Linux users
I've never seen three choices I liked less. fuck this menu. where is the salad bar
@DissidentKitty I dual boot haiku and plan nine on my laptop and use dragonflybsd on my desktop. I am a lich.
@DissidentKitty Glad to see mac shills slowly crawling out of the woodwork.
Quite dated, but also not sure your analogy holds :)
@DissidentKitty What about people who use all 3 plus BSD?
@DissidentKitty Hm...I think I'm going to have to disagree with you on Mac. Bonded their souls, sure! But I think Apple actually cares about its customers, unlike most big software companies.
Just not its *developers* / power users. :P I'd say they care a little *too* much, honestly.
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