PC and Mac in the Garden of Eden

Mac versus PC: In which PC and Mac get theological in their debate:

PC: PCs are way better than Macs. Remember, it was an Apple that caused all the problems to begin with back in the Garden.

Mac: True, but that’s only because Eve would never have been tempted by a PC.

(I am actually a PC guy myself, but my brother should enjoy this.)

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  1. DAVID says:

    Yes, I did enjoy. But seriously, I have alot of respect for Windows Vista (“VISTA” is an acronym for the top five Windows problems: viruses, infections, spyware, trojans and adware.)

    When I use a Vista computer at school, though, I’ve been puzzled by some of the error messages I’ve been getting (I don’t get error mesages on my Mac.) Anybody else get these?

    Error Message 1: This will end your Vista session. Do you want to play another game?
    Error Message 2: An operations error occurred. Enter any 11-digit prime number to continue.
    Error Message 3: Bad command or file name! Go stand in the corner.
    Error Message 4: User Error: Replace user.
    Error Message 5: ‘Known issue’ – it’s just the solution that is unknown.
    Error Message 6: Press any key to continue, or any other key to quit.
    Error Message 7: Windows VirusScan 1.0 – ‘Windows Vista found: Remove it? (Y/N)’

  2. Ray Fowler says:

    Hey, wait a minute. Your jokes are funnier than mine. Cut it out!

  3. DAVID says:

    Forgot to mention these, too.

    Vista_Error: 001 Vista loaded – Warning your computer is now in danger.
    Vista_Error: 002 No Error – Check again in 10 seconds.
    Vista_Error: 003 Dynamic linking error – Your mistake is now in every file.
    Vista_Error: 009 Horrible bug encountered – Press F13 for more help.
    Vista_Error: 00D Window closed – Do not look outside.
    Vista_Error: 010 Reserved for future mistakes by our developers
    Vista_Error: 013 Unexpected error – Huh ?
    Vista_Error: 014 Keyboard locked – Try anything you can think of.
    Vista_Error: 018 Unrecoverable error – System has been destroyed. Buy a new one. Old windows licence is not valid anymore.
    Vista_Error: 019 User error – Not our fault. Is Not! Is Not!
    Vista_Error: 01A Operating system overwritten – Please reinstall all your software. We are terribly sorry.
    Vista_Error: 01B Illegal error – You are not allowed to get this error. Next time you will get a penalty for that.
    Vista_Error: 01D System crash – We are unable to figure out our own code.
    Vista_Error: 01E Timing error – Please wait. And wait. And wait. And wait.
    Vista_Error: 01F Reserved for future mistakes of our developers.
    Vista_Error: 020 Error recording error codes – Remaining errors will be lost.
    Vista_Error: 042 Virus error – A virus has been activated in a dos-box. The virus, however, requires Windows. All tasks will be closed automatically and the virus will be reactivated.
    Vista_Error: 079 Mouse not found – A mouse driver has not been installed. Please click the left mouse button to continue.
    Vista_Error: 103 Error buffer overflow – Too many errors encountered. Next error will not be displayed or recorded.
    Vista_Error: 683 Time out error – Operator fell asleep while waiting for the system to complete boot procedure.

    By the way, my source for these was a website called Will and Guys computer jokes…

  4. Ray Fowler says:

    LOL. Those are great, David. Thanks for the fun. Just out of curiosity – aren’t there any jokes about Macs?

  5. Bethany says:

    OK, bro’s, your jokes did me some good! I was on the line with Dell’s repair service and griping about the cost of fixing my laptop, due to a problem with the AC adaptor that is evidently common with Dell products. In frustration, with your PC/Mac/Vista jokes, I told her forget it, I’d look into the cost of a new Macbook. Within minutes, I got a $100 discount and extended warranty on the repair. 🙂
    Thanks guys!

  6. Ray Fowler says:


    Glad to hear we helped out. Do we get a commission?

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