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Kubuntu Satanic Edition Released

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Lock up your daughters, Kubuntu Satanic Edition is in town!

Gnome users have been enjoying the Feiry-themed darkness of the Satanic Edition since December the 13th. Now Satan has spread his wings to cast a foreboding shadow over the KDE desktop. Point Konqueror at the following link and join the cult…

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Kubuntu Satanic Edition

This must be a response to the Ubuntu "Christian Edition".

Kubuntu Satanic Edition

It is. I think it's pretty funny..and hey, the art is actually pretty cool. It's funny though..when they came out with a "Christian Edition"..I was thinking..."hey, where's a pagan edition?" then this satanic edition came along.

Anyway, I find it amusing Wink

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