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Unix Is Too Hard

I have been using computers for a good long time(like YEARS!!!), and in 1996, I started using a different kind of computer system, based on DOS, called Unix. The main idea behind Unix is to avoid things like graphics and clocks and web browsers and email, and keep people from being able to see what you're doing. It's only for people who want to "rough it." And I'm here to say that I've had it!

I'm gonna stop using Unix, because it's just too tough. I miss using normal things, like the mouse. That's actually the main reason for this change. I just got a great deal on a new cordless optical mouse with enough buttons on it to control every thing you'd ever want to do in Internet Explorer, so I thought it'd be a bad idea to let that good deal go to waste.

Plus, I'm in a government job now, and I can't be seen using some computer system made for terrorists, hackers, and atheists! What would all the normal people say? I need to get with the program, and follow the way out!

10:55 AM, Apr 1, 2005


Vince commented:

Thank you John for not offering support to the terrorists, hackers and athetists, especially the athetists, by using their communist technology. You are a good man and model american...finally!

12:45 AM, Apr 1, 2005

k offered:

You should celebrate your technological rebirth with some Google Gulp. (Look for a link on google's main page!)

3:00 PM, Apr 1, 2005

matt was sure you'd want to know:

I'm speechless.

2:24 PM, Apr 3, 2005

bahua had this to say:

In this post April Fool's Day world, I must say two things. I have decided that I should stay with Unix, and this post was a joke.

10:16 PM, Apr 3, 2005

Vince chimed in with:

Just don't be a communist!

1:36 PM, Apr 5, 2005

bapple cut in with:

I finally got gentoo up and running and now bahua is moving away... Thank God it was only a nightmare.

9:12 PM, Apr 20, 2005

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