Probably the most interesting fact based vid I've watched in years.
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Linux is a kernel not an OS, so creator of the Linux kernel. It was about the reaction to an anti-vaxxer starting shit on the linux kernel mailinglist so he had every right to reply and he did do his research if you look at his reply.Linus Torvalds may be the inventor of a kickass computer operating system, but it doesn't give him the right to tell anyone else what to do with their bodies, be it what to eat, what to wear or to get vaccinated. People should be operating on common sense and informed opinion.
Constructive criticism only (not destructive criticism, Wizard does not do that, as any regular members here could attest, I hope)
I would not be relying on this vid as a basis for a decision whether to get jabbed or not jabbed. I would talk with my doctor and research, research, research.
You say it as a joke but this is so true. I have talked to people who say they did research about the vaccine and covid, that translated to watching "youtube" and "facebook" videos that were removed from those platforms that were posted by "doctors and researchers". Both those platforms have algorithms and shows you what you search for and watch most so of course you are going to come across videos and other content that validates your view.Experts: "Get your vaccines!"
Anti-vaxxers: "No! I watched some YouTube videos and read Facebook!"
You say it as a joke but this is so true.
No it wasn't poorly formed, I see sarcasm as being a way of somewhat joking but you are right it is just sarcasm.Oh, that was poorly formed then.
No, it wasn't really a joke - or funny. It was mostly serious sarcasm in response to Torvalds even needing to address that in a mailing list.
No it wasn't poorly formed, I see sarcasm as being a way of somewhat joking but you are right it is just sarcasm.
I never thought you already knew that. I've seen that many times in life. Anyway, to those who are curious.LOL Yeah... Sadly, the Dunning-Kruger effect is real