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I suspect it won't go down too well with the average fanboi...

4 koma comic strip - Its Complicated

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Anonymous said…
Typical Microsoft requiring more than one button to operate a freaking doorbell! or is that the reset button! If ever there was a device that required one button its a doorbell, the irony of microsoft using that analogy is just brilliant, foot, shot own.
Anonymous said…
Typical Apple fanboy 'ass'-uming that there's only one way of doing things coz Apple told them so. Never heard of an apartment block or intercom controlled access? Nice 'ass'-umption on Microsoft too... not mentioned except by you Good to see that Apple i-tards have still got an inferiority complex
Anonymous said…
The dialogue referred to a House and a Door bell. I didnt notice any ref to mutli occupancy dwellings or intercoms, but I guess thats adding something for the sake of calling names. I own microsoft products but I must have missed the bitch chip.
Anonymous said…
The dialog hasn't got Microsoft in it anywhere dickwad so I guess that is adding something to name call I own apple products too I just don't whack off to them or react like a slapped ho when they get criticized
Anonymous said…
Haha, I admit to assuming Microsoft, fair assumption though since the guy looks like he's never going to get laid in a month of new years eves. I'll never understand either side of the Apple v Microsoft/anybody war. I buy and use whatever I like and will be honest about pros and cons of any item I buy. I just don't get the wrath you hurl at me, why scream names at me as if I'm a rapist or something? You are merely demonstrating your mother did a very poor job bringing you up, take it out on her not me. Whatever you call me just makes me look down on your mother. As test, show your mother your posts she can only be impressed or appalled, either way shows you as a waste of skin.

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