In a way, Linux loons have an affinity to all things smelly. Notably among those things are, of course, Richard Stallman and old, rat-infested computers fresh out of their respective dumpsters.
Like 9/11 truthers and other archetypal crazies, the world through the eyes of loons is one built upon conspiracies and craftily manipulated by the Rockefellers, George Soros, NWO and some insidious extraterrestrial beings. And how do they keep our sheepish heads down? As anyone having watched a Michael Moore documentary would know – by making us buy new things of course!
For the rest of us, old things are simply not all that necessarily good. This is why after all these years of putting up with them, we decide to part ways with these former possessions and let the dumpster-divers have their turns. We have all been there, done that, and made the informed decision that a Pentium 90 on a Socket 5 is simply no longer good enough for the job at hand, and, like a retiring employee, the only place for an obsolete piece of machinery to go is out the door.
Of course, the loons in our mist beg a different picture of the situation. They think that not only are we all sheeples for ever considering a new computer, they also believe that, for inexplicable reasons, the 430VX-based machines that we have thrown out years before are in fact packed full of magic and unicorns (rather than ACPI and LBA mapping bugs), and amongst the rapidly aging electrolytic capacitors, there are unlimited potentials to be uncovered with the mythical power of the penguin god.
This is, of course, until Mickey from next to the CPU fan decides that the whole rackett is just too much in the way of its afternoon nap and proceeds to bite the fingers off of our dear loons’ hands. Good riddance.