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WWI as a bug report

Tekrin Jun 16th, 2019 101 Never
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  1. World War I as a bug report.
  2. By Tekrin
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  4. Germany.exe, Austria.exe, Italy.exe are utilizing various resources of WorldOS's EuropeRAM.
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  6. Serbia.exe accidentally uses a memory pointer to Austria.exe's Archduke.
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  8. Austria.exe sends a string of error messages directly to Serbia.exe
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  10. Germany.exe creates a dump of these error messages to confirm Austria.exe was violated.
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  12. Britain.exe acts like Windows Error Reporting: well-meaning but totally useless.
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  14. Serbia.exe cannot handle the errors Austria.exe has flooded in. Serbia.exe offers extra memory allocation to Austria.exe to avoid such a mix-up again.
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  16. Russia.exe launches.
  17. Serbia.exe is compatible with Russia.exe
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  19. Austria.exe has issues with Serbia.exe when Russia.exe is running
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  21. Russia.exe says Serbia.exe is a child process and that Austria.exe should check its permissions.
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  23. Austria.exe wonders what processes will assist Russia.exe in defending child process Serbia.exe
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  25. Germany.exe throws a BACK_THE_FUCK_UP_EXCEPTION at Britain.exe because France.exe is no longer idle.
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  27. Britain.exe reminds Germany.exe that Britain.exe and France.exe have permissions independent of any processes performed by Germany.exe
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  29. Germany.exe starts using abnormal amounts of CPU.
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  31. Britain.exe and France.exe ask whether Germany.exe is going to make Belgium.exe a dependency.
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  33. Turkey.exe and Germany.exe each use exactly 0.1% more processing power than they were before.
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  35. Turkey goes idle.
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  37. Germany throttles CPU usage, invokes admin privileges improperly, and terminates Belgium.exe
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  39. France.exe and Britain.exe each claim some extra memory space and end some of Germany.exe's subroutines
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  41. Austria.exe partially corrupts Russia.exe's military.dll while Germany.exe loads in libFlamethrower and a multithreading library.
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  43. Russia.exe attempts to access Germany.exe's heap and gets a null pointer exception which almost cascades into a nasty segementation fault.
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  45. Japan.exe is running on a virtual machine and displays a British Flag.
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  47. Italy.exe surprises Austria.exe with a CPU-sucking libStalePasta.dll
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  49. Australia.exe gets called by Britain.exe for the sole purpose of trolling turkey.
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  51. Australia.exe's end-user gets swatted.
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  53. France.exe stops responding then miraculously recovers.
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  55. Russia.exe gets uninstalled and the end-user installed SovietUnion.exe in its place.
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  57. Italy.exe begins processing the digits of pi until Austria.exe stops responding. Italy.exe then begins proudly spitting out the calculated digits to stdout.
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  59. America.exe noticed that there was a massive system failure. End-user reported bug with WorldOS and wrote "Do nothing" in recreation steps
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  61. America.exe uses some processing power. Germany stops responding. America.exe updates the registry to reflect all of that hard work.
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  63. WorldOS has an update available -> Restart Later -> WorldOS will restart in 1939. Please save your work.
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