March 09, 2007


Sometime during the mid-1980s John Cleese stopped being funny. Fortunately, this relic from that era features a reliable comedy prop: yesterday's idea of cutting edge technology. Just look at that example of portability!

See also: Crack-smoking monkeys usher in Windows 386

1 comment:

Jetpacks said...

Cleese stopped being funny about the time he became a corporate video star. Let's hope Gervais doesn't suffer the same fate.