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Windows 7: If Operating Systems were Airlines - updated

11 Jan 2016   #1
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If Operating Systems were Airlines - updated

If you have not seen this, it is worth getting hold of the original. It goes way back and is very funny.

Originally created by the MIS shop at Delta Airlines.


Here is an update found recently (there are several others out there) ...

XP JUMBO On board meals are served with a full page text of instructions that serve no purpose whatsoever. The fleet is vast and boasts of multicolored life vests with smiley faces on them.

LINUX AIRLINES An airline exclusively catering to Atheists, Global Warming Enthusiasts and those who want to fly without the threat of terrorist attack. All passengers travel free. Passengers prepare the aircraft for take-off, partition it, bring their own in-flight granola bars, soy beverages and organically grown silk parachutes. The fleet has no seats, life vests, crew or 'windows'. The passengers take turn flying and landing the plane.

VISTA AIRLINES An upgrade to SEVEN AIR is offered at the gate.

SEVENAIR Pilots no longer need 'permission' to use the in-flight water closet. On board Complimentary Service is offered to deter passengers from bringing something better with them. The preferred airline of Business Class passengers, whether they remember the flight or not.

EIGHT AIR Every flight encounters turbulence no matter what route is logged. Passengers arrive frazzled and disoriented. The fleet was upgraded but the instrument panels were designed by Fisher Price - confusing the crew. A free ticket on TEN AIR is forced on all passengers - so they will continue to love flying.

TEN AIR - Snotty crew. Shifty documentation. Passengers are frisked regularly during the flight to keep the planes operating properly. In-flight meals are free and mandatory. Flight attendants have been replaced with an intelligent personal assistant and knowledge navigator to serve you peanuts. The plane undergoes maintenance while at cruising speed so as not to inconvenience the ground crew.
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