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Broadway0474
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Broadway0474,
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8/12/2014 | 10:09:51 PM
Re: ha ha
@David, was the title of that help-wanted: "Wanted: Error Message Writer"? Or was the job title something innocuous like "Technical Writer IV"? I do not have a good IT joke, even though I have worked at smaller companies where their IT department was the job. 
vnewman2
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8/11/2014 | 5:08:53 PM
Re: ha ha
This one is my favorite company specific one: There's a joke at Google: The meals HAVE to be free, because all those nerds with lunch money would attract too many bullies.
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8/11/2014 | 3:07:53 PM
A Guide To Modern Operating Systems LOL!

 


DOS
You keep running up against the one-bullet barrier.

MS-Windows
The gun blows up in your hand.

Windows NT
The gun is so huge and unwieldy that you have to keep swapping it from one hand to the other.

OS/2
The gun and the bullet aren't speaking to each other any more.

Mac Finder
It's easy to shoot yourself in the foot -- just point and shoot.

AIX
You can shoot yourself in the foot with either a .38 or a .45.

IRIX
The Terminator shoots you in the foot. A T-Rex bites your other foot.

SVR4
The gun isn't compatible with your foot.

Minix
You learn how to shoot yourself in the foot with a Saturday Night Special.

Linux
Generous programmers from around the world all join forces to help you shoot yourself in the foot for free.

HURD
You'll be able to shoot yourself in the foot Real Soon Now.

VM/CMS
IBM shoots you in the foot.

VMS
\FOOT\ ambiguous: supply more toes.

AMIGA-DOS
The gun works pretty well, except that few people use one and it's impossible to find bullets.

Mach
The bullets work pretty well, but they don't make guns for it any more.

Cray
You shoot yourself in the foot with an Uzi.

MasPar
You shoot all of your friends' feet simultaneously.
freespiritny25
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freespiritny25,
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8/11/2014 | 3:03:27 PM
Re: ha ha
@nomii LOL- that's cute!!
freespiritny25
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freespiritny25,
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8/11/2014 | 3:02:03 PM
Re: ha ha
@ ClareCM LOL! That's true..the writer of error messages..a sadistic task :) 
Li Tan
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Li Tan,
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8/9/2014 | 11:06:24 AM
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Haha~ that's a funny but very meaningful question. Google already made a self-driving car, how Apple will make the similar product? What feature will it have?
nicky48
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8/9/2014 | 12:44:28 AM
Re: ha ha
If Apple made a car would it have windows?
soozyg
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soozyg,
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8/8/2014 | 6:20:22 PM
silly joke
An old man is sitting at the bar crying. 

Bartender comes up to him, takes his drink order and asks what's wrong.

Old man says, "I just got married. She's beautiful. A much younger woman. She's so romantic and fun and we are together all the time. She cooks and cleans and takes such good care of me."

The bartender looks puzzled. "So why are you crying, sir?"

The old man replies, "I forgot where I live!"
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Jeff Jerome,
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8/8/2014 | 3:21:28 PM
Re: ha ha -Hungry IT needs Pizza
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Jeff Jerome,
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8/8/2014 | 3:17:25 PM
Re: ha ha
Bill Gates passes away and is standing at the pearly gates.  St Peter looks and him and says Bill do you want to go to heaven or hell?  Bill says not sure can you show me a sample of both.  First he shows him heaven, it was pleasant enough the people there looked happy, nice harp music but a little bland.  Okay what about hell, so he is shown a sample of hell.  Everyone is happy looks like a big party there is dancing and singing shear joy.  At the end of samples Bill looks at St. Peter and says wow it is a no brainier I will take hell.  Snap of the fingers and there he is and it is all fire and brim stone, whaling and gnashing of teeth.  Bill looks at St. Peter and says what happened what you showed me vs. what this is is completely different.  St Peter replied, oh that version of hell was in beta, this is the full release.
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