Easy there, Morpheus! If you blow our minds too soon, how will we be able to swallow the right pill?Bass said:Sure, for who knows it might be because Lenevo sold a total of two laptops, one to Bill Gates himself (the world's #1 Linux fan) and one to a poor sod who got it confused with a Windows machine. They couldn't justify the total of $3 billion dollars and thousands of man hours they spent on figuring out how to get wifi working on their laptops (actually that's a whole other story in itself!), and the $1 billion dollar license fee they had to pay to Richard Stallman (he also threw in the Brooklyn Bridge for only $5 million). That * didn't even buy one because it came with a properitary BIOS.Bas said:*snip*
But really, I am sure Bill Gates is personally devastated by this. He can't buy Lenovo Linux laptops for his buddies for Christmas like he planned to. Poor fella.
In other news, hell has frozen over, pigs can fly, and Dvorak has finally grown a brain cell. What a day, what a day.
What about me, will you say? I love the World, and all it's shiny things. Boom-de-yada, boom-de-yada. Before you think there is a point to any of this, there isn't. Points are for pencils. The truth is scary. The truth doesn't have a point. In fact the whole idea of truth is sort of like a big brick. It's very blunt. It's like a brick in the face. Realizing the truth is like sitting there and lingering in the pain of the strike. And that is why ignorance is bliss.