(PNS reporting from EAST LOS) “It’s a sad day, ese,” said Ray “Code Boy” Santos, OG founder of area hacker clika MS2 (MS.DOS). “I saw the Windows XP Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) so often, he was mi hermano.”
“We used the XP version of Excel to tweak the hydraulics of Felipe’s ranfla. And I used to have weird dreams about the 3D pipes screensaver,” he told PNS Thursday. “All we had for music in those days was pinche Winamp, carnal, and we liked it!”
“Another veterano is gone, dog,” he said, and poured a memorial shot of Bud Light onto the lawn behind his house in Pico Rivera.
“I still remember exactly when Windows 2000, descanse en paz, left for the Big OS in the Sky: July 13, 2010. We didn’t properly honor those that paved the path, like NCSA Mosaic, el Archie, Vero, and Tiny Gopher.”
“Those were the days. RIP, XP BSOD!”
“I’ll tell you one thing, though. Bill Gates is one lucky vato. If we were ever forced to pay for a copy of that piece-of-shit OS, he’d be dead meat by now.”
EresNerd contributed to this report.