Last week, Linux creator Linus Torvalds was in Finland giving a talk when a woman in the crowd asked why chip maker Nvidia refused to support Linux on a brand new machine she had bought.
Torvalds had some choice words — and gestures — about it. Torvalds declared Nvidia as “the single worst company we’ve ever dealt with” and says that it’s “really sad” because Nvidia wants to sell a lot of chips into the Android market. (Android is based on Linux).
And then he turned to the camera and flipped Nvidia off.
Skip ahead to 49:25 to see the action.