Commodore 64 Used to Buy Google, Microsoft and Yahoo!

Written by Pointer

Wednesday, 7 May 2008

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C4 safely screws big three

An antique computer genius in a bunker under the Silicone enhanced hills that gave the valley below its name managed the impossible. Using only his vestigial Commodore 64 the geek of all geeks as he is known in the world of chips and bytes leveraged a clandestine buyout of the big three feuding computer giants.

Microsoft wanted to buy Yahoo to get harder than Google. Google wanted to help Yahoo become cosmopolitan. Microsoft grew softer on Google wooed Yahoo and many combinations and permutations of the above.

That is when Commodore 64 stepped into the fray. Using a simple tank manuever from one of its rudimentary Hitari games, C4 took to the battlefield and before long had scooped up the triumvirate and made it her own.

C4 has pledged to use the most powerful search engines in the world to go on a never ending quest for world peace, the end of world hunger and global cooling.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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