Wang: VMWare has plans for us, if he didn't we'd be dead door-nails.
Jack: Which VMWare, little ol' free VMWare viewer on-wheels or the 10,000 dollar ESX road-block?
Wang: One and the same software, Jack!
Jack: You know something you're not telling me, Wang!
Wang: Myths and legends... I don't want to insult you.
Jack: No go ahead, insult me!
Wang: It's about all sorts of scary things, about an ancient army of almost-dead servers who lived in Spirit City... and monkey sacrifices.
And the first sovereign emperor of OSS, that mad monarch, confederated our 7 warring distributions and defeated VMWare, then imposed upon him that horrible curse of no hardware, in 272 BC.
A lot of systems engineers hear these things as kids, then we grow up... and pretend not to believe them.
Jack: No horse-shit, Wang?
Wang: No horse-shit, Jack. Hell, I don't blame you. I'm a systems engineer myself and I don't even want to believe it. But it's for real... virtualization, and systems black magic!
Oh great, I also left out a 'must' in front of 'be a real pain' or maybe I just left out an 'Arrrrrr' at the end of that sentence. I don't even have a Firefox grammar module (pirate edition of course) to blame...
"Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company." -- Mark Twain