The people who code these distros are very smart, why can't they include some hand holding? As an old hand at computing (I was programing on my Sinclair ZX81 in 1981) I can puzzle out what I need but a text file of how to get common things going would be helpful. I just put Kubuntu on an old HP Pavilion 1000 laptop. It took days for me to get the wireless connection functioning. I finally clicked around and saw my router name listed and activated that. The average computer user does not have the patience to do that.
Then there is the process of making a live cd/dvd. I can understand needing that for a new build but if an old system can connect to the internet why can't the downloaded files simply install themselves?
Please take a minute to explain what limitations you would place on guns in America. Where would the guns be found if the Constitutionally mandated militia needed to defend the free state?
If we are to frame the debate on what the framers of the Constitution thought about guns what would they have thought about abortion?
Unless you just slipped across the border we are all paying members of society. Everyone benefits from roads and we share the potential benefit of hospitals and good sanitation. With embedded taxes only the most calculation can slip through the day without helping pay for public services.
Everyone thinks they pay too many taxes and their neighbor not enough.
You sound like my brother. He doesn't eat breakfast or lunch. At work he takes a nap at lunch time. His wife has supper ready when he gets home at 6:00 PM. He claims you gain weight if you eat after dark. At 62 he weighs what he did at 20 and has a physically demanding job.
For me I have always ate a bowl of cereal for breakfast, a good lunch and dinner. I maintained 212 lbs from when I was 22 until now at 64. Being retired in the last few years I did have to cut way down on food, often a cup of sweetened coffee for breakfast and a light meal at about 3:00 PM. What ever works for you is what you should do.
Mediocrity finds safety in standardization. -- Frederick Crane