WASHINGTON (RAYMOND) -- Today. State Troopers surrounded the mega G-Box makers campus to stop all shipments. "We've got a problem," said Gearart Fuselpeek, VP of lunch and launch in the G-Box division, "it's not a case of Everybody Loves Raymond anymore."
Fuselpeek went on to say, "G-Box has been a massive, massive, massive success for Microroft. But. Unfortunately, they tend to over heat, catch fire, blow-up and kill little gamers. They have burnt down entire small towns. We have to apologise for that."
Microroft have a massive problem in trying to replace G-Boxes, little gamers (sourced from the 3rd world who only have $100 laptops) and even whole towns.
"It's going to cost a $Gazillion," said Ed Fish, VP of the bank account, "we may have to ask Goggle for a loan. Goggle are the only one we know that actually have a $Gazillion."
Troubled company? You might guess so.
On the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Microroft (MSGB) closed the day up 22 points, while Goggle (GGOH) closed down 15.