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Ubuntu Satanic Edition 666.6 (Jesus' Jugular) Review

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We've looked at a couple of religious based distributions such as Ubuntu: Christian Edition and Ubuntu: Muslim Edition. But there's another version of Ubuntu...a dark and evil one. A version so hideous and so terrible that it's name is only spoken in whispers among Linux users...

OMG, Satanic Hooters!

Before I go any further into this review I should note here that when you boot up the Live CD there is a pic of a semi-naked woman and you can see her boobies. I want to note it here in case there's anybody out there that is offended at such things. Don't download this distribution if satanic type hooters bother you okay? You've been warned!

And a note to the Ubuntu Satanic Edition developers...please give the woman in the photo a sandwich. I don't think seeing somebody's ribs is particularly attractive. She looks like she just escaped from some kind of famine somewhere. Thin is one thing but ribs sticking out is quite another.

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