"The first ones up against the wall...
Subject: "The first ones up against the wall...
From: James "B." VanBokkelen <JBVB@AI.AI.MIT.EDU>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 86 20:44:15 EDT
... when the revolution comes" are gonna be those computer-illiterate
lobotomized, incompetent, ignorant, cretinous, flea-bitten inveterate
consumers of MD-20/20 and carefully aged road-kill juice, those shambling
pinheaded geneticly defective cackling bastard offspring of a miscegenation
between Phyllis Schlafly and the last surviving Stegosaurus, those
sadistic twisted sniffers of training pants and bicycle seats, those
vacant, vapid, characterless pimples on the ass of progress, those
flatworms, those SMALL DRIED UP PIECES OF CAT SHIT SOAKED IN FUEL OIL
ON FOUR LEGS that Microsoft alleges are the "developers" of the MS/DOS
THOSE UNCLE-RAPERS!!! THOSE SHIT-EATERS!!!
Those paltry piddlers of pathetically Pascal-ized putridity! If ever they
were actually allowed out of their cages, and exposed to their "user
community" they wouldn't last 30 seconds. McDonalds wouldn't even be able
to make hamburger out of what could be swept up afterwards. They probably
don't have blood anyway, just something resembling East River bottom
sludge diluted with old transformer oil and toluene! DEATH BY SLOW TORTURE
IS TOO FUCKING GOOD FOR THEM!!!!
PS. If you liked this flame, and would like to do one of your own,
walk up to a PC with a floppy disk. If you type:
copy filename/b + ,., c:\outpath\filename
filename on the floppy is copied to \outpath , with the date set to today's
date. This is the documented way of changing the file's date & time.
Now, try this:
copy filename/b + ,., c:\path\filename
Surprise, surprise! Microsoft's Dumb O/S just concatenated all the files
in directory \inpath appearing after filename together and put it in
\outpath as filename. Wasn't that smart of it? Oh, powers above and
powers below, call down a murrain on these turkeys! Smite them, again
and again!!! If somehow Jerry Ford, Elvis's ghost and 3 Ewoks ever got
shut up in a room to write a command parser in Basic for a new 8008-based
personal computer being introduced by Ronco (It sliced, it dices, it
prints! But wait, there's more...), they would be hard put to do a worse
job! Even if it's documented, I don't care - it is STILL BRAINDAMAGED!!