Because you haven't been enough of a fanboy like me!
Originally Posted by FuNkDrSpOt
You're such a fanboy it makes me sad. Every single thread about the lawsuit, you're in here talking the same gibberish. Just you saying 'superior' means you not only still know nothing about this, but you PURPOSELY keep yourself ignorant, as you have been told what this lawsuit is about MULTIPLE TIMES.
This is not the ESPN.com forums, quit being a troll
The EU has had a very bad habit lately of trying to "shake things up" by damaging the market leaders, mostly Intel and Microsoft.
I am not so much mad at them for the verdict against Intel, I am more against their idea that if a company is doing great it has to be because they are doing something bad.
I never said Intel was a golden child, or that I approve of their practices; I most certainly don't. Sorry if I made it appear so; as it goes against what I believe in, that being said some companies do unacceptable things that if I were in their shoes, I wouldn't be doing.
Did you ever see that episode of Simpsons when you have the two aliens posing as two candidates representing different interests, where if you indeed listen to what they say you can actually notice they are saying the same thing, but arguing it from a different perspective? That's what you are voting for to the dot. There is no candidate that connects closely to your interests. There is only the perception of that.
I do dislike though that it has become a beauty pageant, where it is only the good speakers that win, or the ones who look the best. Sadly their beliefs and morals are starting to take a seat to looking good.
Recently in a local election I was going to vote for one guy, however I actually met one of the other candidates at a local gas station, and he looked pretty ragged; it turns out he was helping out on his parents farm because they were too old to do certain things; all that instead of campaigning like his opponant. That sort of attitude won my vote.Edited by trueg50 - 5/28/08 at 11:14am