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    take the mick out of windows
    look at this interactive flash show

    click ok on the errors etc.

    http://www.deanliou.com/WinRG/

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    take the mick out of windows
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    ahaha. that was great
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    Posts like this always make me nervous - very little intro, and a link to click on. Rings to many bells re virus' warnings and so on. Can you tell us a little about what this is about? No matter how impervious Macs may be, practising "safe computing" still makes sense to me!
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    take the mick out of windows
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    Ahhahahahahahahaha!


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    take the mick out of windows
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    Mac57, it's not a virus, though you have made me think a bit about my web-surfing practices. It's a very accurate representation of the Windows OS.
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    I don't get it. What's it supposed to do?
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    take the mick out of windows
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    its supposed to be a mock of a windows operating system. its a full screen flash "game"
    "I asked who i am to her, and she yelled god"

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    I didn't play with it before, I just got to all the errors and quit. I'm not a Windows fan, but it's not quite that bad...
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    It's supposed to be funny. You know, humor....


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    Hard to believe.... (shakes head...)

    I just got a negative rep for my post above. The person leaving the rep, who didn't bother to identify themselves, told me to "stop being paranoide (sic)"

    Sigh... (shakes head....)
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    wow. that is pretty bad.
    "I asked who i am to her, and she yelled god"

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    I sat here LMAO at that. I like the 11 in solitaire. ROFL
    No iMac.

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    yeah, I came across this some years ago - very funny. Windows RG, heheh.
    I've seen other 'games' like this. Another one was based on windows, and you had to close as many popups and error messages as you could within the time limit. The guy sitting in front of the computer in the game had a whole selection of humourous lines - pretty entertaining for the idea of the game. I don't think I managed to get a high score, since I've hardly used PC at all, and wasn't accustomed to all those flashing dialog boxes

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac57 View Post
    Hard to believe.... (shakes head...)

    I just got a negative rep for my post above. The person leaving the rep, who didn't bother to identify themselves, told me to "stop being paranoide (sic)"

    Sigh... (shakes head....)

    And they misspelt "paranoid" too....


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