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Corrie Bergeron corrie at
Mon Jun 23 12:32:39 PDT 1997

Had to pass this along.

>Subject: 	NCR - Where do you want to go today?
>From a buddy of mine ...
>Interesting little note about the type of music advertisers like to throw at
>The Microsoft commercial on TV closes with the Microsoft slogan "Where
>do you want to go today?" and a final, furious blast of music.
>As it turns out, the background music is the Dies Irae of Mozart's Requiem 
>Mass. And, as we all know because we studied Latin in elementary school,  
>the words of the final blast of music which accompanies "Where do you want 
>to go today?" are actually "confutatis maledictis, flammis acribus
>In English, it means: "When the damned are confounded, and consigned to
>sharp flames..."; which describes exactly where I want to go today.  
>Unfortunately, while Microsoft Explorer will take you to hell for free,
>the upgrade to purgatory is pretty steep.
Corrie Bergeron			TRO Learning, Inc.
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