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My buddy sent this to, and I thought it was funny, so I sent it to you all,
Nate pay attention here-----
>Subject: Upgrade

>Dear Tech Support:
>Last year I upgraded Girlfriend 1.0 to Wife 1.0 and noticed that the new
>program began unexpected child processing that took up a lot of space and
>valuable resources. There was no mention of this phenomenon on the
>product's website or on its packaging at the time of purchase. In addition,
>Wife 1.0 has installed itself into all my other programs, launching during
>system initialization and causing it to monitor all my other system
> Applications such as Pokernight 4.5 and Beerbash 2.2.1 no longer run,
>crashing the system whenever selected. I can not seem to purge Wife 1.0
>from my system. I really enjoyed playing with  Girlfriend 1.0 and I thought
>that upgrading would result in even greater enjoyment of the program. Now I
>am thinking about going back to Girlfriend1.0, but un-install does not
>Can you help me?
>Concerned User
> --------------------------------------
>Dear Sir,
>This is a very common problem men complain about but it is mostly due to
>the end user's product misconception. Wife 1.0 is a great product but it is
>very high maintenance.
>Many men upgrade from Girlfriend 1.0 to Wife 1.0 with the idea that Wife
>1.0 is a UTILITIES & ENTERTAINMENT program. In actuality, Wife 1.0 is an
>OPERATING SYSTEM and was designed by  its creator to run everything.  It is
>impossible to un-install, delete, or purge the program from the system once
>installed. You can not go back to Girlfriend 1.0 any more than you can go
>back to a 386 and DOS.  Some have tried to override the system by
>installing Girlfriend 2.0 or Wife 2.0, but they inevitably end up with
>greater problems than the ones they were trying to cure. (Look in your
>manual under Warnings - Alimony / Child Support/Garnished Earnings).
>Having inadvertently installed Wife 1.0 myself some time ago, I recommend
>that you do what most users do, which is to keep Wife 1.0  and just deal
>with the situation.  I also suggest that you read the entire  manual
>section on General Protection Faults (GPFs).  Basically, it tells  you that
>you must assume all responsibility for faults and problems  that might
>In most situations, the best course of action is to push
>Shift-Apologize-Reset  as soon as lock-up occurs.  Generally, the system
>will run smoothly for  continued periods of time as long as you take the
>blame for all GPFs.
>Creator Tech Support

The Dark Squirrel
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