Scene: A VERY noisy party. Person 1: Hi, great party, huh? Person 2: What? (Remember it's very noisy) 1: Someone told me you have two PC's. 2: Ya, but the damn washroom is always busy. 1: I want a PS/2. 2: Fine, but you'll have to wait till I'm done. 1: Do you have a big hard disk? 2 (Suspiciously): Well, I guess, it's enough to get the job done. 1: You're lucky, I've only got a small floppy one. 2: I wouldn't worry. They tell me the size really doesn't matter. 1: Don't you believe it. Sure you can screw around with a few bytes, but to do any serious business it needs to be large and reliable. 2: You sound like an expert. 1: Na, it's only common sense. If you're busy grinding away, and suddenly your disk goes down, hell, man, you better be ready to get backups and get going again. 2: You must rate pretty high with the broads. 1: Actually, no, at home I have only 300 baud and at the office 1200. 2: Com'on, who you trying to kid? Nobody's got 300 broads at home. 1: Ya, I know that's a pretty poor rate, but when I really want to have some fun, I go to my friend's house. There I can get 2 kilobaud. 2 (Walking off): Listen, buddy, you're either lying or sick, so do me a favor and take it somewhere else. 1: (Shaking his head): Boy, I heard these micro-users were high-strung but this is ridiculous.
(From the "Rest" of RHF)