Dispelling Any Notions of "Crapware"

Discussion in 'Windows Live Mail' started by Bucky Breeder, Jun 15, 2012.

  1. Whoops... Did I actually say "crapware"?

    I believe I actually meant to say "crap-ware."

    Hmmmmm-K'h... Maybe *those* users would comprehend better
    and possibly be more agreeable if I classified WLM as
    "crapwhere" or "crapwear" or "crapzwarez" etc... ?
    Well, *that* cetainly dispells any notion of "crapware."
    As in "a stick is useful if you can't find a crutch"
    or "smoke signals work just fine if you don't like
    the digitals all up in yer computers."
    Although the rationalizations and justifications using
    the iteratrions as a premise is elucidating, the least
    I can do is tone down my rhetoric and just call it
    what it is; to wit: "unintelligently engineered crapware"
    or "maliciously engineered obsolescence crapware with
    various other features that are nearly effective as well."

    It's like they say at Microsoft: "If we're going to do
    somthing, we might as well do it half-ass - then issue
    some patches, hotfixes, and service packs before moving
    on to the next crapware project building on the vast
    experience gained from the last one... etc., etc., etc."

    HTH.

    --

    I AM Bucky Breeder, (*(^; and as an awesome superhero,
    I must only use my racism for the good of all mankind!:

    <http://tinyurl.com/6bqt2nq>

    So, the softly seductive lady-voice in the speakerbox said
    "Would you like a LITTLE PUSSY to go with those fries?"

    With unabated anticipation I replied "WELL... YES MA'AM!
    I DO BELIEVE I'D LIKE ME SOME OF THAT - VERY MUCH!" AND
    THANK *YOU* FOR ASKING!" I fixed my hair and checked my
    smiley teeth in the rear-view mirror as I eagerly proceeded
    around to seal the transaction at the drive-thru window...

    <http://tinyurl.com/7u6otzk>

    (And it microwaved up real nice when mixed with Basmati rice...)
     
    Bucky Breeder, Jun 15, 2012
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