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Old 01-11-2013, 04:35 AM   #5909
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Choose your answer.

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Apple: iChicken has changed forever the way roads are crossed. Now, just downloading the Cross App from iTunes, every Apple approved chicken can cross Apple approved roads. Even if he doesn't want to.

Microsoft: A bug prevented the chicken from staying on this side of the road. Chicken 8 SP2 will address this issue (KB093364527)

Kindle: Due to Copyright and Geo-restiction issues, Amazon had to put your chicken on the other side of the road. It's all in the small print of your TOS.

Apple (2): Because it's the right thing to do. You cannot have it any other way. Every chicken have to be on the other side.

Commodore: we had the first chicken to cross a road ever. But the market wasn't ready for it.

Linux: because the chicken package was not supported on this side of the road. But you can change the chicken's source code as you wish.

Accenture: Here's a 48 slide powerpoint showing you that the chicken crossed the road because he wanted to. We will send our million dollar bill for the consultancy ASAP. And we will keep the chicken.

Nielsen: 75,46% of chicken in the consumer market cross roads.

Robert Johnson: "he was standing at the crossroad and he fell down on his knees..."

Eric Clapton: "he was standing at the crossroad and he fell down on his knees..."
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