For Mike Mitchell: Remember How Great Windows 95 Was?
If you have half a brain, you can't help but notice the throng of publications,
analysts 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 another saviour, Jesus of Nazareth:
Jesus: Can walk on water.
Windows 95: Can crawl on a 486.
Jesus: Sits in judgement at the pearly gates.
Windows 95: Will be used to judge Bill Gates.
Jesus: Started life as a carpenter.
Windows 95: Turns perfectly good computers into furniture.
Jesus: Born in a manger.
Windows 95: Resembles something found in a barn.
Jesus: Remembered for protecting the weak.
Windows 95: Has weak memory protection.
Jesus: Was raised from the dead.
Windows 95:Was created from Windows 3.1
Jesus performed great works for the multitudes.
Windows 95 multitasking performance barely works.
Jesus has no sin.
Windows 95 has no shame.
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