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Down the years we've been accused of just about every sort of bias going. One minute we're doing a hatchet job on MS, the next we're Bill gates' running dog lackeys. You think we're anti-Intel? Not this week - they just bought the company.

Never, however, have we been condemned for showing no bias whatsoever. Until now. Take it away Jonathan Richards:

Your AMD news articles are so neutral now - - you used to be cool, but have since changed....

thank God for the inquirer....

Receipt of this email provoked much cheering and popping of champagne corks. At last, Vulture Central has balanced its ying and yang and achieved a Zen-like state of neutrality. Peace at last.

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