Lol @ old garbage
jason.lott at attbi.com
Tue Jun 25 11:00:56 PDT 2002
At 02:22 AM 6/25/02, you wrote:
>Alas! Björn Lindberg spake thus:
> > James Iwanek wrote:
> > > Rob 'Feztaa' Park wrote:
> > > > I was just cleaning my room today, I found some CD's lent to me by a
> > > > friend ages ago (one who has since moved far, far away). They are
> > > > beta-testing CD's, straight from Microsoft TechNet, which contain beta
> > > > versions of:
> > > >
> > > > Windows 2000 Advanced Server RC2 (October 1999)
> > > > Office 2000 RC1 (3 CDs) (May 1999)
> > > > Windows 2000 Professional RC2 (October 1999)
> > > >
> > > > Although I think they have been rigged to stop working after a certain
> > > > date which was a long time ago, it could be fun to see what was on the
> > > > CD. I'd be more than happy to make images of the disks and send them to
> > > > people ;)
> > > >
> > > i wouldnt offer to distrobute them: after all we might have one of bill
> > > gates evil lackies here who might report you! MWAHAHAHA
> > I think it says in the EULA that if you distribute them, M$ will remove
> > your testicles with a toe nail clipper and kill your dog. Bill Gates
> > will be wearing your balls for a necklace.
> > Be careful.
>Lol, ok. I doubt they'd care though, it's all expired beta.
Shoot! If M$ will point their legal canons at non-profits for redistributing
software that M$ no longer supports/sells (on outdated PC's no less)...
There's no telling what they would do if copies of less restrictive release
candidates, started popping up in your neighborhood (especially if the
more aggressive -like me- recipients, would hack it into fully functional
less restrictive full versions). :)
Note To Bill: Don't bother pursuing my comments above... I do NOT use M$
bloatware, er crapware, um spyware at home. I'm forced to use it at work
the so-called IS department has no balls after paying you for their
'Must Consult Somebody Else' certifications. If you'll excuse me, I have to
the vain attempt to save all work and close all applications, before rebooting
from your wonderful BSOD. I really wish I was at home right now, I can send
email from there and it I don't have worry about my machine crashing in the
middle of a sentence.
Not To Self: If you ever come across cd's for M$ rc candidates, save it
your worst enemies. If you can get an address for any terrorist
send it to them so that M$ will have a worthy target and the terrorist cell
destruct from trying to use it effectively.
PS: Just some twisted humor from some poor sap who's forced to use M$ at
work, and wouldn't wish a free copy of any of their software on anyone that
his real name.
>Rob 'Feztaa' Park
>BOFH excuse #286:
>Telecommunications is downgrading.
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