Why Linux Distro Reviews and Anecdotes are Worthless

So this morning I fired up the newest release of Mr. Linux Distro, which has recently released its 100th release since last Wednesday. I've decided to review this release because it seems like a fun thing to do.

Under the hood, Mr. Linux Distro contains Kernel, Application 64, and my personal favorite, GNUWidget 19. These are numbers that were previously smaller and now they're bigger.

I've arbitrarily chosen benchmarks for this distro and here they are:

Works with my Webcam
Works with my Wi-fi
Doesn't work with some arbitrary piece of hardware that is easy as pie to get working but I'm going to complain about it anyway.
Doesn't work if I stand upside down and sing Mary Had a Little Lamb
Isn't named Ubuntu for some strange reason.

Also, I've found that when you type in "rm -rf /" into the terminal, this distro stops working. This is a disgrace. I'm disgusted at such a low standard Mr. Linux Distro is held to and I won't stand for it.

I did not file any bug reports or do any research.


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