Bill has been very worried lately due to his dissappointing software
creations over the last few years.
It has shocked him that smalltime software houses have been producing good
quality programs that did not contain the 'crash bug' as he likes to call
At home Bill has not had the same experiences on his Amiga but it doesn't
run his own creations.
This has led to an inestigation into the matter by a team of researchers
experienced in pest extermination. None of them found out why the bug only
lived in PC's but not in other platforms such as the one Bill uses at home.
The only explanation they could offer was that the bug lived in the
'Pentium optimizing part of the CPU' although that did not explain why the
bug also appeared in 486 computers. They decided to spray insecticide into
the PC's and then proceeded to spray the rest of Bill's house.
The PC's consequently died which wasn't supposed to happed but it did cure
the problem with the bug.
Bill has been reported as saying that all PC's sold should now contain
Win95 revision B, and a can of Baygon which should be sprayed through the
front vent of the PC should the bug become apparent.
This should cure all of the problems with any bug that may be present.
One researcher pointed out that the E in Intel had fallen down and needed
securing back into place.
Bill suggested that this should not be done because nothing is perfect at
Intel so why should the logo be any different. That comment made the vote
unanimous and no changes will be implemented.
Further developments will be mailed...