Feels about right
Just for fun, if I try to go for as much equality, world, liberty and progress as possible:
What is a woman?
A miserable little pile of secrets
Hold on, giphy embed worked fine for me here https://what.thedailywtf.com/topic/20319/wtf-bites/4129
What's the difference?
I can't really agree with using the group like this since "because of thread rules" is not "no reason" and not very random. Instead, we should roll a d20, and on 1+ answer the following multiple choice question:
Which of the following gasses are catalytic converters designed to reduce:
I would have upvoted this twice for two different reasons if I could. Instead, here are the reasons:
(but I have been using Linux for around 10 years)
Well, there's your problem.
Seriously, though. If you ever recommend Arch to a newbie, you're a bad person.
The Arch wiki makes it pretty clear it's meant for experienced Linux users.
I'm glad it works for you, you're a lucky guy. It's a very hard to fix distro, though. If it breaks, you need to read like a hundred of five thousand words articles on the Arch wiki, if you decide to post a question on the forums, you're probably gonna get the "shrug, where are he logs" at some point, and quite often no explanations which logs are needed.
And break it can, because bleeding edge.
I can tell you I have a better experience with any (mainstream) Linux distribution today than any Linux distribution 5 years ago, simply because Linux has gotten better (for me at least). Better hardware support and better out-of-the-box experience overall. "Hard to fix" isn't a problem for me because things rarely break, even on Arch. I'd argue that Arch is much easier to fix (if you are indeed Arch's target audience) but that's besides the point
I do it like 20 times a day
Look, I wasn't very careful when I came up with that number, so it's not really accurate. On some days I only do it once or twice, or even not at all if I'm pressed for time. And on some days, I keep doing and re-doing it because I'm not happy with the result or I forgot a step, and the number could be higher
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