bills pc

(The pic quality is probably bad but ghghg I’m on mobile s o ,,)

But I made a new character instead of doin shit w my OCs and I kinda lov him?
(Again mobile so this can’t be under a read more,,, sorr y )
Bill (he will claim it’s short for William ,,, it isn’t, he was literally named Bill) “The Mastermind” Grant is a rather ,, eccentric, young man - in his mid to late 20s (or possibly 30s) - who, after seeing so many people like him be villainized in TV and comic books (he’s an effeminate and dramatic bisexual male) somehow thought that it was also his destiny to become some big bad supervillain (maybe he’ll be from a universe w a superhero so this is less weird, but that’s unlikely) - the problem is ,,, he doesn’t have an evil bone in his body, he can’t even be unintentionally malicious without feeling guilty. He’s the type to drink milk straight out the carton and claim it’s ‘evil and nefarious’ (and end said claim with an evil laugh that he definitely practiced) - he’s a sweet heart and a HUGE nerd ,, that’s a sucker for affection (when in private, because he thinks he’s built up a bad reputation and he wants to uphold it … but OFC he hasn’t . At all .)

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WINDOWS IS 30 YEARS OLD THIS WEEK! 

The PC revolution started off life 30 years ago! Microsoft launched its first version of Windows on November 20th, 1985, to succeed MS-DOS. It was a huge milestone that paved the way for the modern versions of Windows we use today. While Windows 10 doesn’t look anything like Windows 1.0, it still has many of its original fundamentals like scroll bars, drop-down menus, icons, dialog boxes, and apps like Notepad and MS paint. 

Happy Birthday, PCs! 

I would like to remind you today, which just happens to be the 21st anniversary of Windows 95, that Microsoft spent more than $300 million dollars to promote their new operating system.

And they STILL came up short in sales compared to id software’s DOOM, which I’m pretty sure they spent less than two million dollars to promote the original and the sequel.

Bill Gates would end up considering buying id software at the time, but at the end all we got was that one video of himself superimposed over the red key room in E1M2, and a team of Microsoft (started by none other than Gabe Newell) to develop Doom95, a sourceport that over the years would unfortunately become one of the worst sourceports for Doom due to many incompatibilities and bugs. Sorry, Gaben.

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