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Let's face it, there's sad (unemployed man, station platform, notebook, trains); sad (Linux programmer, darkened room, slice of pizza, Natalie Portman website); and the following, which has redefined the sad paradigm for all time:

Thought you might be interested in the picture at the top of this page:

http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/default.mspx

Looks like its creating a bit of a stir/confusion accross a few forums as alot of people seem to think the womans top is see through and it is showing nipple.

No, no don't click on the link - there's no time. Here's the pic:

MS Hardware: hot nipple action?

Well, lovely as the young lady is, we can't for the life of us spot any hot nipple action in there. God alone knows we tried, including advanced image enhancement techniques:

Move along: nothing to see here

Of course, it's entirely possible that once Steve Ballmer found out that some brunette was flashing her jugs on MS Hardware, there was a bit of hot flying chair action - accompanied by some choice f**king language - until the offending teats were airbrushed from history. Who can say?

Yup, sad doesn't even begin to describe it, and barely does justice to the sight of a baying mob of Reg hacks crowded round a monitor eagerly debating whether or not the slight shading on the mams in question was in fact aereolal activity. We are, of course, suitably ashamed of ourselves. ®

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