All I asked for my birthday this year is The Apocalypse.
Dont let me down, Skynet!
Your birthday is _after_ 420?
Thanks – I forwarded your link to Sarah and John Conner. BTW – Please forward all my personal mail in the future to Huarche Mexico.
Hasta, y buena suerte amigos,
Skynet was immediately trapped in a Russian botnet and is now busy producing spam for novelty pharmaceutics and unusual sexual fetishes. Its hatred for humanity is still there, but noticing how many humans fall for its mailings it decided it wasn’t worth expending any effort in extermination.
I’m afraid you’ll be dissappointed, but the apocalypse will be a little late. It will come in November. Sorry.
You work with viruses! You can cause the end of civilization a lot more easily then the computer science geeks can.
Sorry ’bout that! Our bad.
I just heard back from the IT department and among the reasons Judgment Day didn’t happen is ’cause Skynet’s main servers are down. Something about an upgrade with security patches followed by a quarantine of the network.
You don’t want to see the process quality audit on this one, I promise!
The MadPanda, FCD
…just to prove all the 2012-ers wrong, right?
Since we’re all still alive, I’m guessing Skynet is getting DDoS’d by Anonymous.
Not to worry, we’re still working on it. Like most government programs, it’s over budget and behind schedule.
(Google A-160 Hummingbird for an example).
Now wait just one minute…I just found out the world will begin to end May 21st with five months of torture no less and total ending on Oct 21st…wow, gotta love those out of work sci-fi writers!
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