Fook kaliforniuh


#81

Yeah but all the cool kids are hatin on California these days Oak.


#82

I had my cringes about it, since day 1. $100k job isn’t easy to turn down :face_with_raised_eyebrow: But a state that calls itself a Republic, yet spits on the name of liberty isn’t exactly appealing.
Went with the $45k starting job here.


#83

Microsoft is a Seattle thing, btw


#84

Gates stole DOS from a CA company.


#85

Sure you got the job offer. Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.


#86

The technology was invented here, buckaroo.


#87

Yeah, only not in the tens of millions.


#88

Can you link to where I said I got a job offer?
Thanks.

Also please add in your formal education because it seems you’re lacking an English Comprehension credit or something.

:face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#89

You can’t turn down something that isn’t offered.


#90

LMAO, you can cease trying to get the job.
You can reject offers for interviews.

etc etc.
:joy:

You lose again, Oaky.


#91

No, I speak, read and write English well. You can’t lose with that. You, on the other hand, well, not so much.


#92

As I have to explain things, because you don’t understand, and create other meanings for such in your head.


#93

You didn’t write that correctly, end of story.


#94

I fukkin lost 150 Million Yankee Dollars a couple weeks ago, when I didn’t buy my lottery ticket at the circle K near me where the winning Powerball ticket was sold.


#95

You didn’t read it correctly and assumed.

End of story.


#96

lmfao

You don’t know when you’re wrong. Funny!


#97

Dos came from Seattle

150 people had the same thing

fucking mainframes were running 100’s of jobs at a time before pc’s even came out

Mainframe software in the fuking 1960’s makes anything gates did look like a fucking joke

as far as windows - there were a lot of the same thing - it just happens to be the one that got marketed

so no, California did not invent the world of computing


#98

Who made computers available to the average home user?

I thought that was Apple.


#99

Personal computer history doesn’t begin with IBM or Microsoft, although Microsoft was an early participant in the fledgling PC industry. The first personal computers, introduced in 1975, came as kits: The MITS Altair 8800, followed by the IMSAI 8080, an Altair clone.

I actually almost bought one of these kits

http://lowendmac.com/2014/personal-computer-history-the-first-25-years/


#100

It was my understanding that Apple made home computing available off the shelf. I guess I am wrong.

Nice that you lose focus on what a shit Boro is…