Archive for May, 2008

You cannot install Hammer OS with handlebars

Posted in Hammer OS competitors with tags , , , , on May 23, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Even if the handlebars are called Hammer OS. Even if they are trademarked.

Do not be taken in by these shameless cads. Hammer OS will only work as intended if you use a hammer to install it.

Is my hammer a hammer? How to tell.

Jesus Crucified — Powered by Hammer OS

Posted in Hammer OS in use with tags , , , on May 22, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Jesus CrucifiedFor over 2000 years Christianity has been running on the rock-solid, sturdy backbone of Hammer OS (with metal stake extensions).

And now T-shirts are available.

Hammer OS: The Wall

Posted in Hammer OS in use with tags , , , on May 16, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Hammer OS installed without even a dent.

Incredible! The most complex installation of Hammer OS ever — and we thought we were simplifying technology. Not with these geeks.

It’s not broken, it’s running Hammer OS

Posted in Hammer OS competitors with tags , , , on May 15, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Or perhaps, Boot OS (Steel-capped Edition)

The Scourge of Piracy

Posted in Hammer OS competitors, Hammer OS in use with tags , , on May 7, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Piracy of the highly rated Hammer OS is rampant. Look at these crusty sea dogs installing an unlicenced copy of Hammer OS on an iPhone.

People with excessively long beards are liersliars, cheats, and thieves, and those hairy people have obviously stolen that sledgehammer from one of their parents’ tool sheds, thus invalidating their Hammer OS licence.

Be warned, those who wish to steal Hammer OS, the legal penalty for pirating Hammer OS is Hammer OS.

Hammer OS Lock-up

Posted in Hammer OS in use with tags , , on May 7, 2008 by Neil Robinson

Sometimes Hammer OS installations fail, freezing during the initialisation process, as in this attempt to install Hammer OS on a pigeon.

Fortunately, this quite rare, and generally only happens if you are a troll and get exposed to sunlight while attempting to install this most versatile of operating systems on an arbitrary object.