Comic Strip Suggests Divine Connection to Macintosh

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Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
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A reader sent in the following sighting:

Here in the Washington DC area, the Washington Post runs a comic strip called “Non Sequitor”. It’s written by Wiley Miller. One of its characters that has developed a life of its own is called Homer. Homer is a soul that keeps getting reincarnated from Heaven to try and figure out the meaning of life. It’s really quite funny! If you goto http://www.wileytoons.com/homer you can read about the last few adventures.

I bring this to your attention to note that the Angel in charge of sending the souls back down to Earth is frequently sitting in front of a large computer and screen. Sometime last year, I was pleasantly suprised to notice an Apple logo sitting on the back of the monitor. More recently, a very prominent [G4] has cropped up across the case of the machine! In fact, if you go to the following page, you’ll see the highly antisipated followup to the G3….

http://www.wileytoons.com/homer/again/homer_031499.html

Imagine, the workers of the Almighty himself are using the mighty Machintosh to keep things running smoothly.

Hmmm… where does that place Windows?

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