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  • Elsyr
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 17, 2001
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      > In Japan, they have replaced the impersonal and unhelpful
      > Microsoft error messages with their own Japanese haiku poetry, each
      > with only 17 syllables: five in the first line, seven in the second,
      > and five in the third.
      >
      > Your file was so big.
      > It might be very useful.
      > But now it is gone.
      > *
      > The website you seek
      > Cannot be located, but
      > Countless more exist.
      > *
      > Chaos reigns within.
      > Reflect, repent and reboot.
      > Order shall return.
      > *
      > Aborted effort.
      > Close all that you have worked on.
      > You ask far too much.
      > *
      > Windows NT crashed.
      > I am the Blue Screen of Death.
      > No-one hears your screams.
      > *
      > Yesterday it worked.
      > Today it is not working.
      > Windows is like that.
      > *
      > Stay the patient course.
      > Of little worth is your ire.
      > The network is down.
      > *
      > A crash reduces
      > Your expensive computer
      > To a simple stone.
      > *
      > Three things are certain:
      > Death, taxes and lost data.
      > Guess which has occurred.
      > *
      > You step in the stream,
      > But the water has moved on.
      > This page is not here.
      > *
      > Out of memory.
      > We wish to hold the whole sky,
      > But we never will.
      > *
      > Having been erased,
      > The document you're seeking
      > Must now be retyped.
      > *
      > I ate your Web page.
      > Forgive me; it was tasty
      > And tart on my tongue
      > *
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