July 11, 2007
UPDATE: PLEASE IGNORE THIS POST! THIS POST WAS WRITTEN BY STEVE BALLMER! HE HACKED INTO MY BLOG AND WROTE IT!
Due to the huge wave of anti Micro$oft, open source loving, ****ing Russian communists that are visiting this website, we (Micro$oft), for the entire world’s sake, have decided to launch a huge new wave of anti communism warfare!
We’ve invested millions in the defense industry, and look forward to huge profits from the upcoming war that we intend to start between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. We’re currently activating a virus that we included in Vista.
The U.S. government is now experiencing technical problems that they believe are caused by Russian hackers.
Now is the time to invest! Invest in Micro$oft now, and you’ll make billions! Now is a time of amazing opportunity! Don’t believe what the communist Steve Jobs tells you. Steve Jobs is part of a communist plot to blow up New York city! Act now before it is too late!
Invest in Micro$oft today and get a free gas mask! LONG LIVE STEVE BALLMER!And always remember…
May 7, 2007
If you don’t know what Silverlight is then check out this post.
I can’t believe I’m going to even bother to explain this one. Its obvious. Do you know a single Linux user who isn’t a geek? Do you know a single one that would even think of playing an online game?
Also, if they want to use it then they’ll just decompile the Windows plugin and make their own plugin for Linux anyways. Even if we released a Silverlight plugin, they would just try to make their own plugin because the Microsoft one isn’t “Open Source”. Linux users are just a queer group of gtarded freeks that aren’t accepted in society.
May 7, 2007
As I mentioned a few days ago, I’ve been holding top-secret meetings with Ballmer, Ozzie, and a few other top Microsoft officials. We’re having these meetings because we’ve realized that Microsoft’s monopoly on the desktop computer is in danger. We’ve come up with a plan- The Plan, we call it- to retakover the desktop computer.
Anyways, the main part of the plan is Silverlight. Read the rest of this entry »