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Molly, we are not mad at you, we are mad with you1

by SwampYankee01 / September 7, 2007 4:50 AM PDT

you didn't go far enough. Must suck for you having to speak about the same cult day, after day. It's just a music player.
Does this cult remind you of another cult that worships no only a piece of hardware, but only a certain brand of hardware?
Yup, These kool-aid drinkers are the same as the Harley Davidson folks.
Worshiping a brand of hardware

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by Arborond / September 7, 2007 5:11 AM PDT

No we really are mad at Molly
plus Harleys are way cool

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yeah, thats the problem
by SwampYankee01 / September 7, 2007 7:23 AM PDT
In reply to: Wrong

You don't know the difference between 'like' & everyone must love my brand and only my brand or they are a poopy-head!
The Apple FanBoys are zealots of the worst kind and everywhere they post is worse of for it. It's all iPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPodiPod and everything else is not worthy of discussion because the messiah told you that he is the one true god or one true mouse button.
Just like the Harley FanBoys you must have a sticker saying:
"My other mac is a Mac Book Pro" or something

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Speak for yourself
by IceBurgh / September 7, 2007 5:38 AM PDT


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I said before...
by three_toed_frog / September 7, 2007 5:51 AM PDT

in the thread that got nuked...

I started listening regularly because of the rants, and I continue to listen because of the rants.

Am I a minority here?

Molly, Tom, crank it up to 11, imo.

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I also like rants.
by irafreight / September 7, 2007 6:34 AM PDT
In reply to: I said before...

Ranters of the world unite!!

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Ranting 4tw
by Jetsers / September 7, 2007 7:02 AM PDT
In reply to: I also like rants.

Keep ranting about anything you want.
I am a sony fanboi, but I don't get all up in a huff when you rant about them. Hell half the time I agree.
Keep up the good work!

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Not mad-just peeved
by nekogami13 / September 7, 2007 8:11 AM PDT

Apple Fans talk about iPod, iPod, ad nauseum because the other manufacturers do not support us(creative, sony etc. are not compatible with Macs) and they do not have 80% market share driving Apple share prices up.

Molly constantly displays her anti-Apple bias with her rabid rants against them and everything they do.
It gets old and is annoying listening to it over and over again.

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