@relejek I remember playing a terminal text-based game like Dungeons & Drugons in the early 90's (before the mainstream internet era) but cannot recall it's name at the top of my head -- i'm getting too old i suppose 🤔
Anyway... I will defenetly check out the magic book which you are currently reading about "gratitude" as soon as I finish rereading "Sophie's World" by Jostein Gaarder. And maybe after you finish your book you will check out "Sophie's World" -- it's about phylosophy. Thank you.

@relejek We've been discussing the idea of making a "BissiLinux" distro for the past year but we have not been able to reach a concensus of whether to be a stable "spin of ubuntu / debian" or a rolling release like Arch 🤐 Your input and ideas will be very helpful Jake. What do you think? Thank you.

@relejek Most of the servers that I administer are Debian and on my personal laptop I mostly use Arch. I used to be Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer 20 years ago but shortly after Windows 7 I ditched Microsoft altogether for good ^^

@relejek Yes, I agree :) Indeed those are good beginners distros for people who are looking to switch over to linux ASAP. Thank you for your input m8)

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