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Hannah Montana Linux

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Sometimes I run into a distro that is so odd…so strange…so disgusting…that I don’t even know where to begin in reviewing it. Hannah Montana Linux is one such distribution. Before I get into this review I have to confess that I had no real idea who this Hannah Montana person was before I wrote this review. I’m 40 and I don’t have cable TV. Nor do I bother to listen to very much in the way of today’s crappy music.

So, in order to figure out who Hannah Montana was, I finally broke down and googled her name. She apparently is a character in a Disney TV show. Wow. Who knew?

She apparently warrants her own customized desktop version of Linux for some strange reason that I cannot fathom. So, as always, I will try to put aside my own personal feelings and write as unbiased and objective a review as I can. Well…it’s going to be pretty damn tough in this situation but I promise to try and do my best.

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re: Hannah

Apparently the guy never had any kids.

This is sooo much better

This is sooo much better than my little pony linux.

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