Say Hello to MSYahoo

When it comes to corporations strong arming their way through any competition Microsoft is King. Once more Microsoft will obliterate yet one more great internet tool for all of us to use and insert themselves as the new messiah of the Internet. All the news about Microsoft buying Yahoo are officially over with the meeting of all the executives to find some common ground to get the deal done.Pass out the billion dollar paychecks to all the Yahoo executives and wait for your Yahoo email account to suddenly become a Hot Mail account. Latest news from the New York Times on Yahoo being bought out by Microsoft…

Microsoft, Yahoo Execs Finally Meet

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published: March 14, 2008
Filed at 5:42 p.m. ET

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Microsoft Corp. met with Yahoo Inc. to discuss the software maker’s unsolicited takeover bid earlier this week, a breakthrough that could be the first step toward a friendly deal between the two rivals.The meeting occurred Monday near Yahoo’s Sunnyvale headquarters, according to a person familiar with the situation. The person spoke Friday on the condition of not being identified because the preliminary talks haven’t been formally disclosed.

No investments bankers attended Monday’s meeting, nor was there any discussion about whether Microsoft is willing to raise its offer, initially valued at $44.6 billion, or $31 per share. Yahoo’s board already has rejected that bid, arguing the company’s Internet franchise is worth more.

Although it’s unclear whether Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer and his Yahoo counterpart, Jerry Yang, attended Monday’s meeting, senior management from both companies were on hand. - New York Times

I’m doing my best to help out Bill Gates with his latest email tracking software but this situation calls for my full attention and yours as well. Bill sent me a personal email from his old Netscape email account and asked my thoughts on the new name for the former Yahoo. I’ve been scratching my head over it but this is what I have so far.

Yarightthebastid’sofferedusmoremoneythanGodcouldcountwaaahoooo!.com

Msminefuhrerhoo.com

Mswemadethemadealtheycouldnotrefuseboohoo.com

Yawesquashedthemhoo.com

Msborgyouwillbeassimilatedyahoo.com

Micascrewyooo.com

MicroYoowillonlyseewhatwewantyoutoseesoft.com

Yawewillownalloftheinternethoo.com

Let me know if you come up with some other names for the new Microsoft division soon to be formerly known as Yahoo. I’m under a hot deadline because Bill wants to come out with five versions and new releases that will lock up and close you out within the next year.

Papamoka

Originally posted at Papamoka Straight Talk
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6 Responses to “Say Hello to MSYahoo”

  1. Lisa Says:

    gatesisabiglibbutdonttellany1.com

  2. steve Says:

    It’ll stay Yahoo! Microsoft is just afraid of getting trounced by Google who already has open office on their gmail accounts. Nothing like editing an excel file on a computer without Microsoft products on it…

    I am a Google man but for some reason… I set my homepage as Yahoo! back when I had Prodigy back in college in 1996. baby!! that was my email…my how we have grown…

  3. Tom Harper Says:

    This merger/buyout/takeover sucks. I hope the Yahoo news site isn’t affected. As far as MSM sites go, it’s the fastest and most complete. And unlike most news sites, you can get the first paragraph of a story by just moving the cursor over the headline without clicking.

    MSNBC is too sloooow, too many popups and too many of their stories are like the Roach Motel: no matter how many times you click on the Back arrow, you can’t go back.

    If that same format and ineptitude spreads to Yahoo! News, I may have to surf nothing but the “alternative” news sites. Come to think of it, maybe there’s a silver lining here after all…

  4. steve Says:

    when Yahoo! has an error will the screen turn blue and will you need to reset your router?

    Yahoo! is also already Mozilla Firefox unfriendly (as well as Safari for that matter) and so what will happen next.

  5. fdtate Says:

    Hey, if Microsoft can fix that POS Yahoo! Music Player, I’m all for the merger. I doubt if they can do it though.

  6. Liberal Jarhead Says:

    How about:

    PlanetBill.com

    GatesIsASociopath.com

    YoureNext.com

    Mordor.com

    WhenYouHaveEmByTheBallsTheirHeartsAndMindsWillFollow.com

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