Why Computers Sometimes Crash
Why Computers Sometimes Crash! by Dr. Seuss.
If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a
port, and the bus is interrupted
at a very last resort, and the access of the
memory makes your floppy disk
abort, then the socket packet pocket has an
error to report.
If your cursor finds a menu item followed by
a dash, and the double-clicking
icon puts your window in the trash, and your
data is corrupted cause the
index doesn't hash,
then your situation's hopeless and your
system's gonna crash!
If the label on the cable on the table at
your house, says the network is
connected to the button on your mouse, but
your packets want to tunnel to
another protocol, that's repeatedly rejected
by the printer down the hall.
And your screen is all distorted by the side
effects of gauss, so your icons
in the window are as wavy as a souse; then
you may as well reboot and go out
with a bang, 'cuz sure as I'm a poet, the
sucker's gonna hang.
When the copy on your floppy's getting sloppy
in the disk, and the macro
code instructions is causing unnecessary
risk, then you'll have to flash the
memory and you'll want to RAM your ROM, and
then quickly turn off the
computer and be sure to tell your Mom!