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Think correctly - Arch Linux

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Arch "Think correctly" theme.
This is for my friend Emilliano, an arch guru
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TerusTheBird's avatar
TerusTheBirdHobbyist Digital Artist
Think Correctly - Because if you don't, your PC will probably get hosed by an update sooner or later.
CraazyT's avatar
Awesome using it in a gnome shell theme [link]
theRealPadster's avatar
theRealPadsterHobbyist Interface Designer
love it!
RoganVuajeh's avatar
I see nothing wrong with thinking correctly.
cedeel's avatar
I thought "correctly" referred to code correctness.
AMDphreak's avatar
AMDphreakProfessional Photographer
hey you people worrying about the meaning: here is the meaning:
think correctly, because thinking freely is the correct way to think.
AMDphreak's avatar
AMDphreakProfessional Photographer
sweet love it.
iHackr's avatar
How about think right?
hundone's avatar
hundoneHobbyist General Artist
Dope dude! :D
Sarai-the-Geek's avatar
I thought this was cool when I saw the debian one, but the arch one is even cooler.
However, the poster above me is correct- telling someone that only one way of thinking is "correct" sort of runs opposite to the whole linux philosphy. How about "think free"?
AMDphreak's avatar
AMDphreakProfessional Photographer
here is the meaning:
think correctly, because thinking freely is the correct way to think.
Sarai-the-Geek's avatar
Well, what I was trying to say is that one of the core tenets of Linux is that you don't tell someone the correct way of using their computer... so telling someone the "correct" way to think seems backwards.
AMDphreak's avatar
AMDphreakProfessional Photographer
yeah it is. I might be a little zinged because it's 3 am, but maybe this one should have a "Think simply" variation. After all, Arch is based on simplicity.
ta-wan's avatar
I understand the play on words from Apple's strapline. But I just can't have something telling me to "think correctly" the idea of that is very oppressive.
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