Posted on 2003-05-05 10:52:02 by f0dder
bummer, bandwidth exceeded :)
Posted on 2003-05-05 11:15:48 by f0dder
f0dder,

watch out for the penguin... he'll hunt you down together with his henchmen(linux zealots) for pasting that link. :grin:
Posted on 2003-05-05 13:32:09 by arkane

f0dder,

watch out for the penguin... he'll hunt you down together with his henchmen(linux zealots) for pasting that link. :grin:


no we will not
every body who uses linux knows a MicroShaft page when we see one
I think there sone windblows users who realy beleave a page like this
Proof thst Microshaft software can cause brain damage not olny in
computers but in humans to
Posted on 2003-05-05 19:56:01 by rob.rice
Well you atleast proved that NIX users can't spell for shits worth....

Now everyone knows that windows is a better desktop/workstation platform, especially if you want to develope something that you'll make money or entertain people on... NIX is better for servers, yes yes, but even that edge is starting to diminish. Oh yes and please don't give me any "OMG MS SOFTWARE IS SO VERY BUGGY" because it isn't as long as you don't fuck around with drivers too much (overinstalling, up down right left) and use alot of 3d party bloatware (like quicktime and other systeminfestion shit).
Posted on 2003-05-05 20:14:06 by SFP
Applications:

Sorry. Linsux does not currently support applications.

Documentation:

We don't currently support documentation.

Hardware:

Linsux currently supports the following hardware:
Monochrome Monitor
Keyboard with basic keys (Extended keys not supported)

The donation page is the Salvation Army :grin:
Posted on 2003-05-05 20:48:42 by donkey
That has to be the most creative geoshitties page i have ever seen. Then they got /.'ed by f0dder :)
Posted on 2003-05-05 21:17:30 by sluggy
Posted on 2003-05-05 22:20:11 by rob.rice
Posted on 2003-05-05 22:26:33 by rob.rice
Posted on 2003-05-05 22:33:05 by rob.rice
how do you know you have a windows olny computer

1. Lower corner of screen has the words "Etch-a-sketch" on it.
2. It's celebrity spokesman is that "Hey Vern!" guy.
3. In order to start it you need some jumper cables and a friend's car.
4. It's slogan is "Pentium: redefining mathematics".
5. The "quick reference" manual is 200 pages long.
6. Whenever you turn it on, all the dogs in your neighborhood start howling.
7. The screen often displays the message, "Ain't it break time yet?"
8. The manual contains only one sentence: "Good Luck!"
9. The only chip inside is a Dorito.
10. You've decided that your computer is an excellent addition to your fabulous paperweight collection.
Posted on 2003-05-05 22:47:31 by rob.rice
I bought the adapter:
Posted on 2003-05-05 22:50:26 by donkey
Posted on 2003-05-05 22:56:47 by rob.rice
Linux Inside
Posted on 2003-05-05 23:05:02 by donkey

Applications:

Sorry. Linsux does not currently support applications.

Documentation:

We don't currently support documentation.

Hardware:

Linsux currently supports the following hardware:
Monochrome Monitor
Keyboard with basic keys (Extended keys not supported)

The donation page is the Salvation Army :grin:

Crashes:

We don't currently support crashing your computer.
:grin: :grin: :grin:
Posted on 2003-05-05 23:29:30 by scientica
My actual wallpaper :

Windows Titanic Edition :grin:
Posted on 2003-05-05 23:47:31 by donkey
Drive On!


Once upon a time, some people lived in a cave, and no one knew that
there was a world outside of the cave. The cave provided everything
they needed, with plenty of fish and water. Luminous mushrooms
provided both food and light. The only thing in short supply was
air. All air came through a small shaft connected to the outside
world. The shaft was controlled by a single company, Microshaft,
which carefully rationed its flow to maximize demand and collected
breathing license fees from everyone who had to breath. To save money
the company hired cheap labor to operate the valves, but these
laborers were often barely competent, and the air supply was
unreliable. The shaft was poorly maintained, the air was often stale
and laden with viruses. By selling a product that cost them
essentially nothing to produce, Microshaft's profits were enormous
and they became rich and powerful.

One day, a group of daring young renegades discovered that there were
other ways to get air, just by moving some rocks that blocked
openings to the outside. And they offered their air free. At first
people were hesitant to use Free Air, thinking something must be
wrong with it since it was free. Initially Microshaft ignored the
renegades, dismissing them as a fringe movement and minor
nuisance. But eventually Microshaft saw them as a threat. They
started a major marketing campaign to convince people that the Free
Air was bad for their health. But people found that they actually
felt better and healthier breathing the free, fresh air. Microshaft
added more and more features to their air, perfuming it and coloring
it with smoke to give it "added value". Many people started to
dislike Microshaft's heavy, bloated air that was hard to breath and
began flocking in droves to the sources of Free Air.

About this time, after some years of hard volunteer work, Open Air
developers finally increased the size of a Free Air portal so that a
person could actually squeeze through to the outside. The first brave
individuals who ventured through it discovered that not only was
there an unlimited supply of air in the outside world, there was no
way you could harness and control its supply.

Alarmed, Microshaft sought to have the government declare Free Air
illegal since it threatened their business model, which they had
developed and rightfully earned through many years of hard work. They
called the use of Free Air "theft" and claimed that the "viral"
nature of the Public Breathing License advocated by many Open Air
rebels would threaten the livelihood of Microshaft's suppliers and
distributors. Indeed, the whole economy of the cave would collapse,
they said. Laws were quickly passed and the portals of Free Air were
sealed off.

A charitable organization called the Business Air Alliance was formed
to help protect businesses against the threat of Free Air portals. By
proving that it was theoretically possible to fund terrorist
organizations with the money saved by breathing Free Air, the BAA
successfully lobbied to strengthen the laws so that any attempt to
make an opening to the outside became punishable by death. Possession
of shovels and picks became a criminal offense, and the BAA performed
random audits to help citizens comply with the law. For their
protection, everyone was required to wear an Air Rights Management
security device, which would send an alarm to the authorities if it
didn't detect a secret mix of fumes found only in Microshaft air.

As time passed, Microshaft and the government became
indistinguishable. To prevent future uprisings, a new feature was
added to the air to keep the people sedated happily ever after.
Posted on 2003-05-06 00:08:37 by rob.rice
What did Bill Gate's wife say after their wedding night ?

Now I know why you called your company Microsoft :grin:
Posted on 2003-05-06 00:10:47 by donkey
Posted on 2003-05-06 00:31:48 by rob.rice
Microsoft's ad slogan for Windows 95 was "Where do you want to go today?"

Here are alternative slogans for the bloated OS:

1. Windows: The colorful clown suit for DOS.
2. Double your drive space: Delete Windows!
3. Windows and DOS: A turtle and it's shell.
4. Microsoft gives you Windows - Linux gives you the whole house.
5. A computer without Windows is like a fish without a bicycle.
6. Bang on the left side of your computer to restart Windows.
7. Error #152 - Windows not found: (C)heer (P)arty (D)ance.
8. I still miss Windows, but my aim is getting better.
9. I'll never forget the first time I ran Windows, but I'm trying.
10. My latest screen-saver: Curtains for Windows.
11. OS/2 ... Opens up Windows, shuts up Gates.
12. Out of disk space. Delete Windows? es ell Yes!
13. Windows 3.1: The best $89 solitaire game you can buy.
14. Windows NT: Insert wallet into Drive A: and press any key to empty.
15. How do you want to crash today?
Posted on 2003-05-06 00:51:56 by rob.rice