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Last week’s column seemed to generate a lot of angry e-mails (read: zero), so I felt the need to clear up a point I made about computers.

I wrote about how furious I was to see people buying cheap laptops at Wal-Mart and it needs to be stated that I love (read: hate) Wal-Mart. I also want to make it clear that I love (see previous) Windows PCs.

But today I have a confession to make that may stun (read: not surprise at all) you, the reader.
I am a Mac user. I have been my entire life, ever since the Performa 575 that I’m sure is still collecting dust in the back room (read: may have been scrapped for parts).

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Meh.

The guys writing style is great (read: annoying as hell). He's on topic and really funny (read: not another mac/pc/linux/os of the week comparison article). I hope the guy writes more computer stuff, he clearly is an expert (read: NOT).

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