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im just running in the nineties
it's a new way i like to be
i'm just running in the nineties
yes i wanna know
yes i wanna see

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>>606
Neat
In case you didn't know, CDE was released as free software and has a linux port

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Ibn Abbas narrates: The Prophet (ﷺ) said: "There are two blessings that many people are deceived into losing: health and free time." [Bukhari, 6412]

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>> No.581  

>>575
It always had a pretty pretentious fanbase, but back then it was more JTHM, neurotically yours, happy tree fuckers fanbase people that used lain as their avatar. Now it's beloved by linux kiddies that always post lain image macros but don't understand the central theme of the anime that was trying to convey the message of the internet becoming a centralized shithole making humans both stupider and more robotic at the same time. Honestly I see it as nothing more than an art house film that was stretched out into 10 or so episodes for TV, but it's one of the only animes that got the "gothic" look right.

>> No.589  

Lain is a late 90s electronic music video stretched out into a whole anime series.

>> No.593  

>>581
>JTHM, neurotically yours, happy tree fuckers fanbase
Wow, what a blast from the past.
Jhonen Vasquez was a hack

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getting mad over MMOs is new

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Duvet by boa justifies Lain's existence



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>>583
Good job, you ruined it.

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gaynus

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>>588
This thread is very homoerotic



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(^◇^)ピョピョ

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Fake birds.

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>>376
prove it



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Use Windows 2000!

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*installs backdoor entry*

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Windows 2000 feels like such an obscure OS. Everyone prefers XP and 98. Even ME gets more chatter.
I guess 2000 has the use case of wanting the newest Windows that still has DOS.

>> No.562  

>>561
'round my parts, 2k has a good reputation as an NT-based windows that doesn't have an interface designed for children. I've seen a lot of "Windows could be good if _____" rants that usually go along the lines of starting with 2k, then updating the driver stack.

>> No.566  

>>562
2k was also very light on resources compared to XP. One of the biggest gripes with 10 is the lack of a classic theme, and even turning off animations just makes the modern UI look weird. LTSC is pretty much the closest you'll get these days, but the resource usage is still staggering.

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>>561
I agree with this assessment, I never encountered anybody with a 2000 OS in real life, though I did meet many people with ME. A supposed flop, but I saw it way more in real life. I always thought Windows 2000 was an operating system only used by servers as a kid.



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