--- On Wed, 8/29/12, John <wildber...@cogeco.ca> wrote:

> I still use Linux for the mental challenges it provides me,
> but for programs that I need for my personal use, I prefer
> to pay in real money and not by time spent to make programs
> work.

Perhaps you shouldn't even bother with Linux at all, pay for Windows, or OSX 
apps for everything you want to use, Rosegarden, Lilypond probably can't be 
compare to the well polished professional apps out there.

> I have reached the point in life where I become immune to
> the accusation of being to lazy to learn how to make
> programs to work.  I rather prefer to spend my time to
> smell the roses.
> John

Sure people can chose what they want do to.  There are plenty of people who 
couldn't and wouldn't learn how to program the clock on a Microwave, or VCR.  
No big deals.


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