Any sufficiently advanced incompetence is indistinguishable from malice. — Grey’s Law, a corollary of Hanlon’s Razor.
The average configuration of a desktop PC these days is a 386SX microprocessor, with 2 megabytes of system memory, a color VGA monitor, and a 40-megabyte hard disk drive. Such a machine can be found next to the garden tractors and washing machines at a Sears store for about $1,500, regardless of how much a company paid a couple of years ago (probably about $3,000). — The Executive Computer; Weighing a New Operating System? Call a Timeout by Peter H. Lewis, New York Times, April 19, 1992