and ... we ... are ... just ... getting ... started ... so you should be waiting until about 2008 to see a few pixels, I mean pictures, of long in the tooth, I mean longhorn.<br><br>Is this what they mean by "all hat , no cattle"?<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>crap jumping around the screen... ...what's THAT remind you of???<p><hr></blockquote><p>You mean like these things? Whew! Sure don't miss those. <br><br> <br><br>
Make the future happen... today.<br><br>(?)<br><br>Uh... don't they mean make the future happen sometime in the future... oh and they're just getting started... this is going to be one long wait. Upon installation you're STILL welcomed with "c:". BWAH HA HA HA!!! Although the windows do look cool... can there be a theme made with the transparent effect like that? That was rather cool. Can os x handle that or that theme thing that I'm too lazy to check out the name of... but here I am typing all of this because I'm too lazy to look for the name of that haxie... oh well... such is the way.<br><br>
I've been rebooting my kid's Dull a lot lately, to see if I can get the stupid machine to get an IP address from the wireless router (no joy to this point, but I'm still trying). Anyway, on rebooting I noticed that the start up screen has a bar with a green doohicky that goes back and forth while XP loads. It occured to me that that green doohicky defines eye candy (not very attractive eye candy, to be sure ). I mean, it doesn' tell you anything--its' there just to pass the time. When the Mac boots into X, on the other hand, the blue doohicky does tell you something--how far along the process has gone. The blue is prettier, more luscious as eye candy--but it really isn't eye candy because it actually does something useful.<br><br>
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