Actually guys, better late than never. And in business, if there's no risk then it doesn't sound like business. When you think about it, when the companies or the goverment first chose Intel, there has to be something behind it. And now that AMD is trying to get in then of course there will be something behind it. I mean most of the time, when you first open a restaurant or a store there will be discount and such, and if you weren't a satisfied customer you might not even have to pay. And going deep into that you can makes it hard for the restaurant itself to survive...And business is business, there's so many doors, and when you chose the right door doesn't mean you're finished, there's just many more doors behind that doors, and that's called decisions. When you make a move, it's not about just put your right foot or left foot first but you need to know how far and which direction to put it. And being said that, you wouldn't know which is better unless you try both, you don't stay young forever nor you would want to stay in Elementary School forever, (I'm not saying Intel is Elementary Schoola AMD is College or whatsoever, but you get the point) and sometimes, changes is better. My point is, you can't just say it's a bad thing for AMD to make that move unless you already know the result, and for those who do knows the result you should report that either to AMD or Intel and you might get their shares, j/k.
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4/25/06 at 4:35am