(Based on a protest against Windows 98 that the Silicon Valley Linux Users Group did last night at the Win98 kickoff at CompUSA in Santa Clara, CA. Sam Ockman and Nick Moffitt were interviewing customers; slightly edited from Sam's account on-line.)
Us: We're Linux TV and we're wondering if Windows crashes on you?
Them: Yes, occasionally.
Us: What if we told you our operating system doesn't crash.
Them: Doesn't crash?
Us: Doesn't crash.
Us: Guess how much we'll sell it to you for.
Them: How much?
Us: Zero Dollars.
Them: Zero Dollars?
Us: And if you act now, we'll throw in the source code free.
Them: Free source code, if we act now? How do you make money?