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microsoft.kills.txt

microsoft.kills.txt
Posted Oct 25, 1999
Authored by Sil

These calculations show that Microsoft may be guilty of murder, on order of several people per day.

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microsoft.kills.txt

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Microsoft Corporation are actually murderers.
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New York, N.Y. October 25th,1999

In an independent study conducted this month by staff at AntiOffline.com,
and MacroShaft.org, it was revelead that Microsoft is killing people on
a daily basis, with the evidence verified by statisticians at New York
University's Mike Hunt.

"Based on these estimated projections, it seems the Justice Department
needs to begin a prompt investigation into this matter." states Mike.

Based on data gathered on a one month term this is the output:

Windows users crash an estimated two times a day which requires
an estimated 3 minutes to reboot. Result?

(Rough estimates)
100 million Windows users x 120 seconds == 507 years lost. 6 deaths
a day are attributed to this product. This alone does not include any
estimates from those users who have to reboot upon installing programs.
Nor does this include time spent configuring TCP/IP reboots.

With an estimated dollar amount of about 22 million dollars lost
weekly (this is a generous amount) due to these reboots, its strange
that no company has gone bankrupt.

"If anyone would care to break these figures down into dramatic
fashion, their would probably be global catastrophes." states
Sil of AntiOffline

The difference between life and death on the workplace is no
longer restricted to psychotic Postal workers, but rather a
more chilling enemy known as te Blue Screen of Death.

We've yet attempted to solidly document that *actual* numbers
out of fears our calculator could not reach the given amount,
so we actually have given Microsoft what could be an actual
death toll of 20-30 people daily.

Staff at Microsoft declined to return our e-mails repeatedly
but we will continue to pursue the numbers as time goes by.


J. Oquendo
sil@antioffline.com
sil@macroshaft.org
sil@stupid-bitch.com

"Windows -- When do you want to reboot today?"

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