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one lonely night, The Wife and AG were all alone on the board...

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*sigh* i was hoping to start one of those 'story' threads where each poster takes the previous bit and adds to it and creates a giant story...but you all ruined it =(

/me hands out brunette pills to the forum

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[quote][i]Originally posted by Angry_Games [/i]
[b]and VERY strange things began to happen... [/b][/quote]

in the secret labratories of the toaster sector.


P.S. Brunette pills?

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Piles and piles of mysterious crumbs were found everywhere generously littered with brunette pills.
Which reminds me. Anyone heard a good blonde joke lately?

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Ahhhh.... got it.

[quote][i]Originally posted by Angry_Games [/i]
[b]one lonely night, The Wife and AG were all alone on the board... and VERY strange things began to happen... [/b][/quote]

It would seem that one unlikely event, combined with a few extraneous events would lead to an experience that would forever change the way AG thought of computers.

It all starts at a remote power relay station somewhere in eastern Rgonia where a bored, underpaid night tech is diligently earning his pay by downloading pROn onto his work computer. Suddenly, from out of nowhere, his girlfriend appears with a bottle of cheap champagne to celebrate their 4 month anniversary. Shocked, the tech starts blindly pounding on his computer to keep his girlfriend from seeing what he's doing. Well... he pushed the wrong button. Strange moaning noises start to come from his PC. The girlfriend shreiks and throws the bottle at the tech. Glass and cheap champagne fly onto the PC starting a chain reaction of events that are another story altogether. The end result, though, is of concern. While recovering from the mayhem, a momentary power surge was allowed to escape from the station.

A short while later, AG and The Wife, while browsing the DFI-Street forum, happen to both click on the 'user cp' tab at the exact same time. While this would not normally seem to be of any significance whatsoever..... this time it was different. You see, this seemingly insignificant event combined with a slight power surge from a remote Rgonian relay station revealed an obscure bug in the Windows XP operating system. According to Microsoft this bug causes Windows XP to interpret 'user cp' to mean 'user copy'. Apparently they've known about this bug for a while but have not been willing to spend the money necessary to find a solution.

At first it seemed that nothing had changed, but as AG continued to browse the forum he found himself unable to remember if his computer has RAM in it or not....... and references to BIOS made him think of some city in Idaho......... and thoughts like "Why isn't there a pink color scheme?" filled his mind.......

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:nod: hours after the fateful power surge in RGoneia coupled with the HOwinXP flaw whereby 'user cp' is loosely translated as "CLONE USER PERSON"; yes another redman(SP?) flaw that has far reaching consequence. AG the once proud late night pc tech has suddenly visions of all things as niner niner and a weird but fateful attraction for all the niner niner stuff he sees sitting arrayed before him. Suddenly he looks across the room at his one-time niner "momma" and a strange sight greets him...


RGone...

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..she is jumping up and down and yallin....300MHz...I hit 300MHz...yeeehaw....AG says niner,niner.....

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