Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention?! Ladies and gentlemen and warring fanboy factions; Tonight we’ve had the privilege of witnessing one of the greatest exhibitions of power and heart in the history of Open Source Software!
Ken: He’s right Red. This has been one of the greatest nights in the history of Open Source.
Red: No doubt about it. But he’d better get on with reading the decision. GNOME and KDE both look like they need serious medical attention…
Announcer: …Judge Gil Bates scores the match eight-six KDE…
Ken: I have KDE coming out ahead as well, Red. What do you have?
Red: My money is still on GNOME.
Announcer: …Judge Steve Jobless scores it six-eight GNOME…
Red: See that? Looks like you may have to caugh up that twenty bucks you owe me, Ken…
Announcer: …and Judge Lintor Usvalds scores it seven-seven…
Announcer: …A dead even draw between GNOME and KDE, ladies and gentleman; WE HAVE A DRAW!!!
Ken: A DRAW?!? I don’t believe it!!! A draw!!!
Red: Oh my goodness! Somebody needs to call for more security! The fanboys are beating the stuffing out of each other!
Ken: Yes, there is going be quite a scene in the emergency room later tonight! But a draw! Wow! What do you make of this, Red!
Red: Well, Ken, they entered the ring even, and they leave even. Although perhaps a bit wiser, one would hope.
Ken: Do you think these two will face-off in a rematch?
Red: Will they or should they?
Ken: Point taken. Ladies and gentlemen, from the Linux Magazine Arena, this is Ken Hess and Red Debuntu Volkersworth wishing you a good night, and a tomorrow filled with Open Source Software!