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The Rules of Slashdot

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Let me explain the Rules of Slashdot.

1. We love Apple (especially when they do something just like Microsoft, and even more if their product is vaporware).

2. We hate Microsoft (especially when they do something just like Apple, and even more when their product is vaporware).

3. Steve Jobs can do no wrong (especially when he does the same as Bill Gates).

4. Bill Gates can do no right (especially when he does the same as Steve Jobs).

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