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Mitt Romney, one of the leading contenders for the US Republican Party’s presidential nomination, has revealed he once tried to hire Steve Ballmer. Romney made a campaign stop on Thursday in Redmond to speak to Microsoft’s Political Action Committee about his plans for the government, should he make it to the White House. …

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So, in other words, Ballmer would have been a loser if he had chosen Romney. Right? Not sure I would be telling that story.

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There is a thing. It is called a "joke". Sometimes people include them in their speeches.

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Steve Ballmer for president?

Now there's a scary thought…

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Diplomats!!!

DIPLOMATS DIPLOMATS DIPLOMATS DIPLOMATS!!!!!

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"Romney made a campaign stop on Thursday in Redmond to speak to Microsoft’s Political Action Committee about his plans for the government, should he make it to the White House."

Romney made a campaign stop on Thursday in Redmond to speak to Microsoft’s Political Action Committee about a campaign donation and what one would buy for them should he make it to the White House.

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Mittens wanted Ballmer? Yet more evidence that Mittens would be a horrible president.

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PowerPoint

Proof that he is indeed, Satan.

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Ray Ozzie would have made things better at Microsoft? They must be in a bad way. Have you ever actually used Lotus Notes. Imagine a boot stamping on a human face - but missing about 50% of the time and falling over instead.

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Actually...

Yes, as a matter of fact I *HAVE* used Lotus Notes, use it every day at work.

Current versions are no worse then Outlook.

Mines the one with the pamphlet "Better living through lower standards" in it.

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I'm still stuck using Notes 6.x. Though on the up side it's a damn sight better than Notes 4.x! Hopefully in the next few weeks I'll be migrated to Notes 8.x.

Having used Notes for 12 years now, I guess I've got used to its rather interesting approach to things. I haven't used Outlook for a while (Thunderbird at home), but I'm not entirely sure that anything else would be spectacularly better.

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Err

Does this mean the US government might crash and give us a Blue Screen of Death?

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Maybe

Red, White and Blue screen of death?

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Eh could of been worse

He could of went after Meg or Mark Hurd . Imagine those 2 in the white house .

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