raylopez99 wrote (in part):
I doubt it. I think you are beyond help. Perhaps a psychotherapist could
help you, but it would take a while and a lot of work on your part.
You thought wrongly. The Linux community may _volunteer to help_ those who
are willing to participate in the process; they have no obligation to do so.
They have difficulty helping those who behave like a child having a temper
I have almost always (> 99% of the time) found participants on the
Linux-oriented newsgroups to be friendly and usually helpful. But if you
treat them like a disobedient household pet, they may become silent, or
passive-aggressive, or insulting. You have a talent for turning friends into
enemies. You should work on getting over this before you try to install
Linux or have relationships with people or anything else; getting help from
a professional will be much more help to you than upgrading from Windows to
Linux ever will be.
.~. Jean-David Beyer Registered Linux User 85642.
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