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Monday, October 20th, 2008, 6:22 pm

Brainwash for Windows Vista

Here is an old video of Microsoft’s CEO.

And here is a new ad.

No, I don’t recommend Macs at all. GNU/Linux is much better and it respects the users’ rights and freedoms.


4 Responses to “Brainwash for Windows Vista”

  1. wispygalaxy Says:

    That Mac guy looks like the hipsters at my school. *All* of them wear the same style jeans (skinny jeans) and try to act cool.

  2. Scott Tobkes Says:

    For me, PC wins out in those commercials because of how John Hodgman (the pc guy) stands out, he is talented author and humorist.

  3. Site Administrator Says:

    I just stopped wearing jeans over a decade ago. The Mac guy attaches to Mac users the “snob” stereotype.

  4. wispygalaxy Says:

    Jeans can be uncomfortable at times. My sisters love skinny jeans. While I was in middle school, everyone wore sweats, not jeans.

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