I, for one, plan on embracing Windows 8 when it comes out. There will be pain, confusion, probably a few tears, and likely a lot of swearing, but that's life on the bleeding edge. I just gotta.
Hopefully, then, somebody nearby will put you in your strait jacket before 8 is released, so you can't hold, touch or even play with it... then feed you enough meds until you've forgotten its very existence.
Now I willingly admit that I'm one who openly advocates embracing lunacy when it strikes... but not that much. Nope, and I think embracing Win 8 is a serious illness that will require health professionals and some heavy duty meds to stamp it out... cos heaven forbid it becomes an epidemic and the entire world falls into a state of chaos and disrepair cos near everybody's on meds... and those who aren't don't care cos it's making the rich [f**king bankers].
So Rosco, if I were you I'd forget about Win 8 completely [unless of course you like the idea of being heavily medicated] and get back to some sane thinking before MS gets the idea somebody out there likes it. Really, if you want some meds, just go to your doctor and feign something to get 'em... you don't need the Win 8 crutch to obtain the pills, or even a bit of medicinal weed if yer doc so thinks it appropriate.
Anyhow, you poor deluded man, wake up. Wake up, before you get truly infected and dream about... no... have nightmares about gaudy Metro interfaces and butt ugly tiles. That's right, man, do yourself a favour before you really, really truly need the meds, cos honestly, they're not nearly as enjoyable that way... really.
On a more serious note [or not] I do hope, I really do, that at least one person buys Win 8... so's the uninformed/ill-informed masses, those who simply don't know any better, can refer to an informed opinion that details why Win 8 is crap and should be avoided at all costs for desktop PC's.
Well it feels like my meds are wearing off now, so I'm gonna go and dose up again. I'll see all you good folks later.