The Pentium Chip by Intel



9.9999973251 - Your old PC is too accurate.
8.9999163362 - Provides really good alibi when the IRS calls.
7.9999414610 - Attracted by Intel's new You don't need to know what's inside ad campaign.
6.9999831538 - It redefines computing -- and mathematics!
5.9999835137 - You've always wondered what it would be like to be a plaintiff.
4.9999999021 - Current paperweight not big enough.
3.9998245917 - Takes concept of floating point to a whole new level.
2.9991523619 - You always round off to the nearest hundred anyway.
1.9999103517 - Got a great deal from Jet Propulsion Laboratory!

And the number one reason to buy a Pentium:
0.9999999998 - It'll probably work!


"You know what goes great with those defective Pentium chips?
Defective Pentium salsa!" (David Letterman)

Q: What's the new name for the 'Intel Inside' sticker?
A: The warning label!

Q: What do you get when you cross a Pentium PC with a research grant?
A: A mad scientist.

Q: What algorithm did Intel use in the Pentium's floating point divider?
A: "Life is like a box of chocolates."

At Intel, Quality Is Job 1.00002

Intel: There absolutely no chance that any customer will ever experience the Pentium floating point bug.
Customer1: Whew, that's really good news. Thanks a 999,999.873!
Customer2: Me 1.99999546!