Where do you want to go today?
Fri, 13 Jun 1997 14:32:03 -0700
>Forwarded-by: Keith Bostic <email@example.com>
>Forwarded-by: Chris Mealy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Where do you want to go today?
>Straight to hell, apparently.
>The other day I saw another Microsoft commercial on TV: sublime choral
>music drifts through the background as the unseen user surfs through the
>Internet and various Microsoft content using Internet Explorer. The
>commercial closes with the Microsoft slogan "Where do you want to go
>today?" and a final, furious blast of music. It's a very cool effect.
>But if you dig a little deeper...
>As it turns out, the background music is the Dies Irae of Mozart's Requiem
>Mass. And the words of the final blast of music which accompanies "Where
>do you want to go today?" are actually "confutatis maledictis, flammis
>acribus addictis..." In English: "When the damned are confounded, and
>consigned to sharp flames..."; which describes exactly where I want to go
>Unfortunately, while Explorer will take you to hell for free, the upgrade
>to purgatory is pretty steep.
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