I was listening to a podcast the other day called two morons or two idiots or something. It was a general IT cast, not mac-specific, and the hosts very soon lived up to their name with ingenious opinions like 'Apple should have gone for AMD not Intel' and 'if SJ wants to make money, why not license OS X to Dell?' (Yeah right - a man who draws a $1 salary is clearly motivated solely by cash). They went on to miss the point entirely several times. 'Anyone can now run OS X x86 on generic hardware - wasn't that stupid of Apple?' Never mind the fact that you will have to wipe your install and find a new hacked version every time there is a software update. Or perhaps someone has managed to get SU running now? Not heard about it if thats the case. Is this possible now?
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