I am calm, I was just explaining that it's not really a huge priority for me to be able to run Linux. I'd like to be able to run it on all of my computers, but it's not that important. I'm not too worried about the privacy aspect as long as it doesn't become a nuisance, like Amazon search suggestions in Ubuntu (Unity) when you're just trying to find a certain program. If you have a smartphone all your info is already out there anyways, people are just hoping and praying that Google, Apple, and MS never use your info for bad stuff, or give it to the wrong people on accident, or get hacked like PSN does every year or two.
The biggest issue for me is that I'd want to be able to get all my games to work, but I really don't want to have to screw with wine or playonlinux. It's just not worth the hassle. So the fact that I wouldn't be able to run Linux 100% of the time is what's deterring me from spending extra money in order to be able to run Linux.