The more things change the more they stay the same

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Talk' started by Brad, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. Brad

    Brad Guest

    Does anyone remember the song parody about windows 95. I have it somewhere.
    Most of it centred on being a ram hog and needing to purchase a new computer
    and most new programs to run it. 3.11 was stable and fulfilled most of my
    needs at the time. The more things change the more they stay the same...

    I am not slagging Vista so much as saying the cycle has come around, I
    myself did not like 95 as it did not like the version of publisher that I
    had. I waited about 6 months then relooked at 95. Everything seemed better
    by then, a little anyway. 98 wasn't too bad as I had trialled the RC but SE
    was great. ME was a skip for me, I liked 2000 too much and it was so much
    better than the NT 3.5 I think for games. Quad core prices have dropped and
    ram is no longer $100 a meg so if buying a new PC stack it up with 2 Gig and
    hang on, it will all get better soon. So things have changed little since
    the sx33 and having to buy an add on maths co-processor.

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    Brad Leyden
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    Brad, Aug 10, 2007
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    Ersczn Guest

    When I bought it up;
    Brought Vista home and tried to boot it up

    But when I load it up;
    It says my memory is not enough

    I've been running out;
    I need some extra RAM to fix me up

    I have to cough it up;
    Open my wallet up it never stops;
    Never stops;
    Never stops

    Its Windows Vista Live;
    It's sucking up my drive;
    It makes a quad core fly;
    But my PC;
    Is obselete;
    I'll have to buy myself a brand new machine

    Ring it up

    Stick me up;
    You suck me in and then you got me hooked;
    You got me;
    You got me

    There's so much stuff to buy;
    I need a new hard drive;
    It's gonna suck me dry

    My P3;
    Don't have the speed;
    It takes an hour just to bring up the screen

    Woah No, I'm making software buys
    Woah, it's making Bill Gates cum;
    Yo Yo, you make a rich man cum...
     
    Ersczn, Aug 11, 2007
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    Brad Guest

    That's the one :)


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    Brad Leyden
    6° 43.5816' S 146° 59.3097' E WGS84
    Music has many forms, it can be found in nature as well as man made.
    Music to my ears is my Tiagra 50W screaming when towing a Wombat from
    Pakula.
    To mail spam is really hot but please reply to thread so all may benefit (or
    laugh at my mistakes)
     
    Brad, Aug 12, 2007
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