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Mdah, really funny and the same time sad and confusing, I think the guy is either on ludes running linux and hates mocrosoft all the way to Redmond, or he just plain stupid, I personally am more inclining to the first statement, it is like publicity stunt if you don't create a scandal you are nobody.
Now, come one guys! Did you not realise he's not talking about Microsoft... he's talking about a completely seperate company: Micorsoft. Now, we can't really be nasty about his page when we don't know anything about this lil' ol' company that no-one's heard of, can we?
What a sad and disturbing world we live in when someone feels the need to put up a faq on picking up dolphins. What would greenpeace say? And this guy is serious, you can tell because he spell-checked. Just brutal.
Originally posted by crashmeister What is your problem - thats not my website - I hate perverts like this.
Would you be happier if I populated my post with lots of unnecessary smileys? I know that isn't your site! I also happen to know that the guy that wrote the original page (not the dolphins one, the Micorsoft one) was writing about M$! It's called irony.