I have to buy the game now!!! <br><br>___________________________________________<br>I'm just another Mac user at an 8 hour day Dilbert style cubicle job....<br>
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You're kidding right? <br><br>I'm guessing you don't work in an office envriorment. Something like that could easily get a person fired on the spot.<br><br>The office is a mine field of the company wringing it's hands that someone will level a sexual harassment suit. Most NORMAL people are perfectly at ease with each other, but you get some freak who decides they're offended because someone told a off color joke, they saw someone touch another person, someone had a picture of Jesus on their desk, or geeee, I don't know, hmmmmm, they walked by and someone was watching a vidio of a camera zoomed in on a pair of partialy covered breasts. <br><br>Yes, we were talking to you. I haven't seen that on TV and I sure as heck would be upset if that came on with my kids in the room. <br><br><br>The thread killer
It's a commercial for the UK market, apparently. Let's face it, things that are OK in the UK or other EU countries are not OK in the US--and vice versa. I mean, this commercial probably wouldn't make it past the US censors, but then the Apple commercial about the G5s didn't make it past the UK censors.<br><br> Alas, poor Yorick. -- Hamlet
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Sorry than. It must really suck if you can't have a picture of Jesus on your table. Anyway, I'll try to picture that society you guys live in and will put warnings on my messages accordingly. I thought I live in a closed society here in Bahrain, but it seems I was wrong. Nevertheless thanks for explaining it in detail, because it's really something new to me.<br><br>[color:blue]Your unsolicited Apple authority</font color=blue>
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