It's one thing to question your mind. It's another to question your eyes and ears. But then again, isn't it all the same? Our senses just mediocre inputs for our brain? Sure, we rely on them, trust they accurately portray the real world around us. But what if the haunting truth is they can't? That what we perceive isn't the real world at all, but just our mind's best guess? That all we really have is a garbled reality, a fuzzy picture we will never truly make out?
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Macs suck. They don’t run any software. I mean none. It has no Internet Explorer and no Start menu. But it doesn’t need a Start menu, because there are no programs for it. What’s up with them not having floppy drives? “Ohh, I’m a mac, and I’m too cool for floppy disks.” And seriously, one button mice? No thank you. Windows! Don’t get me started. Windows always crashes. Always. Just the other day I tried to save a file. Boom! Blue Screen of DEATH! Yes, death. Plus, Windows is so ugly. It’s like they don’t even care about style and stuff. Windows, more like Windblows. Linux is for nerds. What is an Ubuntu anyway? You-bun-two? Why would I bother to learn some crappy system that doesn’t even work with games? But, really. No normal person could use Linux, you have to compile everything yourself. Want to check email? Have to compile it. Want to use a keyboard? Have to compile it. Chrome OS? Chrome is not an OS it’s a browser. And it’s a junk browser at that. No features, just “fast”. The address bar searches Google. That agenda isn’t obvious. And I don’t care what you say, if it doesn’t have a desktop then it is not a real computer. If it doesn’t have a desktop then where do you put your files? I have important files, you know.
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