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Originally Posted by nathris View Post
I could almost guarantee that if Microsoft implemented a patch that changed every 15th UAC message to "Windows needs your permission to have sex with your wife", 90% of the population wouldn't notice it until it came up on Digg.

Best observation ever!

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