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Well it is that time again this year. I heard on the radio on the way to work this morning 10-28-02 that it is Bill Gates Birthday, I think in celebration we should format and install Linux on many systems today.
Also to comemerate the occasion feel free to post any anti Bill jokes you want. Have fun at Bill's expence :-)
In answer to how many bills it takes to change a lightbulb, its so hard to tell becouse you used to use the intregrated function in changelightbulb.exe but it was upgraded to change~1.com to evade the virus's , but noone really knew where the file went when they renamed it so they came out with an update that cost's $599.95 and is already outdated by the new release of lightbulb changer 2003, which was unfortunatly hacked by linux users because they wanted to use the code, or so microsoft said. But anyways for a small fee of $799.96 you can now own a new version of windows called the microsoft pg edition that comes standard with the lightbulbchanger.exe which if you look deep enough in the documentation is the same one that was free in the first place but now costs $899.95 (cost went up since I started typing )
In conclusion I don't know how many bills it takes to change a lightbulb because I don't have the money to buy the program to tell.
P.S. Windows pg edition stands for "Pretty good Edition"