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Desc:Pro-Apple blogs call them 'vandals' while pro-MS blogs call them 'pranksters'
Category:Science & Technology, Religious
Tags:Microsoft, Windows, apple, logo, Apple Store
Submitted:Smellvin
Date:06/07/11
Views:899
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Comment count is 16
Caminante Nocturno
5 for the woman at the end casually taking a picture and walking away.
DrDoalot
The world most boring prank.
Tom Collins
The least interesting Apple viral

Xenocide
Oh shit, my computer's shutting down on its own! No, wait, that's just the video.
Innocent Bystander
In the war between nerds and geeks, there are no winners.
SolRo
technically, it's the war between geeks and hipsters.


zerobackup
Nerds are hipsters - except with no fashion sense or girlfriends
Hipsters are nerds - except with no tech knowledge or...that's all

SolRo
Forgot '-except with no real jobs' for hipsters.

WHO WANTS DESSERT
In the war between people who build their personalities around their operating systems, the only winning movie is not to play.

phalsebob
I didn't think MS had fans, just people with habits.
TeenerTot
Cute.
I pop into CNET every other day and check out the latest Apple/PC flame wars. You'd think that folks posting on a tech site would produce marginally more intelligent posts than found in YouTube comments. You'd think.
Cheese
Man, you Windows guys sure have a lot invested in your operating system.
chumbucket
and we were supposed to tell this was going to be an Apple store? ok
Robin Kestrel
This whole Mac versus Windows battle started back in 1982, in John Carpenter's The Thing.
riedquat
Holy shit, you're right

oddeye
No one who knows anything about computers would use a mac anyway.
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