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The Sun newspaper can go screw itself

The Sun, a newspaper in the UK, put out a little video parodying the amazing commercials that Apple makes for its products, and are also trying to poke fun at all of the hype around the iSlate. This is their commercial:

Cute, right? Well fuck you, Sun Newspaper, you’re standing in the way of progress. Also, people are going to think you’re serious with this crap and start running around talking about how they’ve got a better handheld device than me. And you know what? I’m an old man; my wrists won’t be able to stand up to all of the goddamn punches to the face I’m going to have to give to people.

Thanks for making me need a wrist brace, Sun Newspaper. You can go straight to hell.

Also you’re making the goddamn trees cry. People who print things on paper are worse than Hitler. There, I said it.

Yes, that’s right, I said that killing trees and putting ink on the dried pulp so people can conveniently be made aware of the world around them regardless of their current power supplies is an act worse than rounding up a subset of your population because of their heritage and killing them in a systematic attempt to wipe their entire lineage from the planet, and I stand by it.

Shut up.

(thanks to Chris Brogan for linking to the video)

  1. December 31, 2009 at 12:11 pm

    Carry a bat. Or, better yet, one of those batons that telescopes out. That way you can beat people who think they have a better handheld without as much strain on your wrist.

  1. December 31, 2009 at 9:45 am
  2. December 31, 2009 at 9:47 am

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