This strip appeared in issue #11 of Linux Voice magazine, which featured an article about the Free Software Foundation, including a brief interview with Richard Stallman.

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[Panel 1: Elvie is sitting by an old CRT monitor with a "Max Headroom" style avatar of Richard Stallman on it]

Elvie: To practice GPU programming, I've created a more advanced version of the "Virtual Richard Stallman" application for my Linux box.

VRMS: You mean your GNU/Linux box.

[Panel 2]
Elvie: I'm releasing it under a modified BSD license.

VRMS: Have you considered using the GPL?

[Panel 3]
Elvie: It compiles with Clang/LLVM.

VRMS: What about GCC?

[Panel 4]
Elvie: To run it you first have to install Nvidia's proprietary binary driver.

VRMS (Looking very irate): Proprietary driver? Error: Existential crisis detected. Initiating self-delete protocol…