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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by jimthorn, Dec 11, 2008.
I had to blink a couple of times when I saw it. Really?
Grab the info on the banner ad and Arn will have it removed and replaced with something useful, like porn.
From the Macrumors FAQs:
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I'll bet $10 that Xerox is behind this whole Psystar thing.
Just because a company makes a copy of something, doesn't mean Xerox is behind it.
I understand how the ad showed up and I didn't think Macrumors chose the ad. I just found it surprising and amusing. I didn't realize Psystar was advertising via Google and I hadn't seen the ads anywhere else.
Not what I was thinking, but I like it
Glad someone did.
But why Xerox?
Made me laugh.