Apple, the other Microsoft

Crashman

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I haven't actually watched the movie "Pirates of Silicon Valley" but it may relate.

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Damn, what a bunch of @#$&*(<. If apple is that concerned about their "secrecy", they ought to be more careful who they give their "secrets" to. Dumbarses.

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slvr_phoenix

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**ROFL** Apple has some of the worst business practices ever. I even once, long ago, insulted AMD by comparing their marketing to Apple's. So I would hardly say that now is the first time that Apple could ever be called "the other Microsoft". (I even hear that since Apple's new OS they're also getting an equivalent to BSODs now.)

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