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FoTW Your article reads exactly like a press release from Intel's marketing dept.

While there is a tiny nugget of actual information, I expect more from someone who's supposed to be a journalist. I saw no sales numbers and only a single percentage - "...now holds 51 per cent of the high-end processor market". Where's the supporting information?

I'm left wondering if your article is actually a parody of the event. If so, then accept my apologies. I'll try harder to pick up on the humor in the future.

Thanks,
Henry Bruns

And.

And your point is?

It perturbs me no end while, during my afternoon perusal of The Register, to come across such a huge, smelly, pile of bullshit such as you have posted this afternoon.

Try as I might, I don't see the tie in to technology.

I also don't see a tie in with the facts, although I don't expect a scumbag socialist like yourself would let the facts get in the way of the poisonous lie you are attempting to promulgate.

For the record, and the record is easily ascertained through Google should you ever have a twinge of concious prior to your future blatherings:

http://www.quivis.com/voxpop01.html
http://www.freecongress.org/commentaries/2002/021210PW.asp
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2000/11/06/politics/main247248.shtml

and of course many others.

The key thing is that Ashcroft, in the heat of an election campaign, and in the wake of his opponents tragic demise, conducted himself with class, a concept you may not be familiar with.

Bill Johnson
Toronto, Canada

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