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Re: What Color Is Apple?
Posted by: Erika Morphy 2008-04-14 07:52:47
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Apple has gotten a lot of mileage over the years portraying itself as a liberal -- or at least, progressive -- company. It first burst onto the national scene with its "1984" ad urging viewers to shatter the status quo -- at least in terms of choosing computers. The company's later "Think Different" commercials included images of Gandhi and John Lennon. Its current Mac vs. PC ads have a laid-back hipster representing the Mac, while a conservative-looking schmo portrays the PC.

Apple not Liberal?
Posted by: GrapeGuy 2008-04-14 17:14:14 In reply to: Erika Morphy
If you think Apple is anything but very left leaning, take a look at the Radio stations offered on iTunes. Every lefty with a signal slightly more powerful than a walkie talkie is listed. Then try to find Rush, Laura Ingram, Sean Hannity or any Conservative voices who have huge rating that dwarf the libs. Eventually if you look hard enough, you may find conservative stations (KXNT and WPHT), but it sure isn't easy.
Rush, incidentally, has been a 100% Mac user for years, and often praises them on the show.
I don't get why Libs profess free speech, and then work so hard to limit the public's access to it.
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