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> From jokes-digest-owner@csv.warwick.ac.uk Sat Aug 17 09:45:51 MES 1996
> Date: Sat, 17 Aug 1996 07:55:48 +0100 (BST)
> Message-Id: <17412.199608170655@thistle.csv.warwick.ac.uk>
> Subject: win95vjc.txt
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> From: esuvy@csv.warwick.ac.uk (Peter Bishop)
> Sender: esuvy@csv.warwick.ac.uk (Peter Bishop)
> Reply-To: esuvy@csv.warwick.ac.uk (Peter Bishop)
> #Newsgroups: rec.humor.funny
> #Subject: Win95 vs Jesus Christ
> #From: wayne@tenor.clarinet.com (Wayne Davison)
> Apparently-To: <michael@wsrcom.wsr.ac.at>
> 
> [I got this from my brother who got it from somebody at work.]
> 
> If you have half a brain, you can't help but notice the throng of
> publications, analists and net users declaring Windows 95 the
> Saviour of the Computer Industry.  If you have less than half a
> brain, you probably believe it.  Could it be?
> 
> Let's compare Windows 95 against a widely-accepted Saviour, Jesus
> of Nazareth:
> 
>         Jesus                                   Windows 95
> --------------------------------------+--------------------------
> Said, "Surely I come quickly."        |  Has been promised "any day
>                                          now."
> 
> 
> Is taking a lot longer to actually    |  Is taking a lot longer to
> arrive                                   actually arrive.
> 
> Can walk on water.                    |  Can crawl on a 486.
> 
> Sits in judgement at the pearly gates.|  Will be used to judge Bill
>                                          Gates.
> 
> Bible says, "In Him, all things are   |  Windows 95 doesn't even
> possible."                               run all possible Windows
>                                          apps.
> 
> Started life as a carpenter.          |  Turns perfectly good
>                                          computers into furniture.
> 
> Born in a manger.                     |  Resembles something found
>                                          in a barn.
> 
> Remembered for protecting the weak.   |  Has weak memory
>                                          protection.
> 
> Was raised from the dead.             |  Was created from Windows
>                                          3.1.
> 
> Jesus performed great works for       |  Windows 95 multitasking
> the multitudes                           performance barely works.
> 
> 
> Jesus has no sin.                     |  Windows 95 has no shame.
> 
> --------------------------------------+--------------------------
>             
> You decide.
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                        Michael P. Demelbauer
          WSR (Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliches Rechenzentrum)	
			LUGA (Linux User Group Austria)
                 The reasonable man adapts himself to the world.
	The unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself.
	         Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.



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