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Well gosh, I must have been imagining how bad it all was. I'll have to remember that in future, whenever I think something doesn't work very well it's all in my head.

So I'm going to try to make ice cream in my oven when I get home. Cos wolfger reckons it will work.

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by wolfger (Deacon) on Sep 06, 2007 at 17:42 UTC

    Is that what passes for logic in a Mac world? I certify that certain things work for me with no problems whatsoever, ergo I think you can make ice cream in an oven? WTF?

      The bit about ice cream was what we call in English a "joke".

      I do, however, wonder how you can be so certain that things like video and sound will work on their current hardware without having the faintest idea what that hardware is. Is this omniscience common in the Linux world?