"I'll leave it to the interwebs' approximately 10 million
computer experts to dissect Stahl's script line by line (my
favorite: "I hear 'Jaws' music!"). But as a media guy, I couldn't
help but notice that CBS has had millions of dollars thrown at it
by Microsoft Windows for a new ad campaign running during the NCAA
tournament. And yet, I waited in vain for any mention in the "60
Minutes" story of the fact that the only computers capable of being
infected by the dreaded Conficker virus were PCs running
"Just to amuse myself, I started doing a variation on the old
fortune-cookie game -- you know, where you tack on "...in bed" at
the end of random sentences, usually after having one too many
drinks? Tonight, I hit the pause button on the TiVo and finished
Stahl's sentences with "... on a PC." Even Mrs. TVB thought it was
kinda funny. (For a while. Then, annoying.)"
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