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From: John.Airey at (
Subject: m$ posters

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Damian Gerow []
> Sent: 10 February 2004 22:37
> To:
> Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] m$ posters
> Thus spake Georgi Guninski ( [10/02/04 17:19]:
> >
> > there are posters like "Hackers Ahead", "Internet Worm 
> Crossing", "Do Not
> > Pick Up Viruses".
> > they are so dumb i wonder is this a defacement?
> If enough people order the posters (free of charge, to 
> anywhere in the U.S.
> and Canada), could we put them out of business?
Sadly no. With a combined population of 310 million and a cost of say $10
per delivery that would be a mere $3.1 billion. In fact, some people live
together, so the real figure could be less than half of that.

Does this mean though that us Europeans don't matter? (If anyone from
Microsoft is reading this, prove me wrong by mailing the posters!)

I agree with Georgi though, it does look odd, especially with the
maintenance notice.

John Airey, BSc (Jt Hons), CNA, RHCE
Internet systems support officer, ITCSD, Royal National Institute of the
Bakewell Road, Peterborough PE2 6XU,
Tel.: +44 (0) 1733 375299 Fax: +44 (0) 1733 370848 

According to the book of Acts, Eutychus was the first man to suffer from a
General Protection Fault with Windows.


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