Steve “The Clown” Ballmer is a PC

Now that you’ve all seen the new “I’m a PC” ad from Microsoft, I’m sure that we can all agree that this commercial was much more efficient in driving its point across compared to the “Seinfeld and Gates” joke. Even though part of the ad was made using a Mac, it’s no secret that PCs are being used all around the globe by people of many cultures and professional backgrounds. And yes, as shown in the ad, Bill Gates is part of those users.

Unfortunately it seems that the marketing company who thought of the whole concept didn’t deem Steve Ballmer worthy enough to appear in the commercial, so today, we thought that you’d all appreciate seeing a video of Mr. Ballmer screaming at the top of his lungs that “He’s a PC”.

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13 Responses to Steve “The Clown” Ballmer is a PC

  1. Is this the guy that publicly LAUGHED at the iPhone and the idea of a phone with a touch-screen keyboard. The guy that said that the iPhone would be a flop?

    …and probably thought the Zune would change the landscape of MP3 players.

  2. Is this the guy that publicly LAUGHED at the iPhone and the idea of a phone with a touch-screen keyboard. The guy that said that the iPhone would be a flop?

    …and probably thought the Zune would change the landscape of MP3 players.

  3. Also, Im no fanboy, I havent ever owned a Mac yet, but am thinking of switching to Mac as soon as I am done with University and have the money to buy one. Vista has just totally let me down, and no amount of ads, even IF the were good ads (which theyre not), will make me change my self-formed opinion of Vista. Someone ought to tell the worlds most popular OSs engineers that SearchIndexing should run in the background, and not all the time and hog ALL the resources. Anyone whos not a programmer could even tell you that. (I am sure it is the indexing service that causes all the Disk thrashing, checked it out with Reliability and Performance monitor). Same goes for the Defrag Service. And when I want a backup of my Documents (I have Vista Ultimate) I dont want to copy almost a gig of Program Files….What the hell does that have to do with My Documents?!?!?! And a whole bunch of other reasons which will make me most likely switch to Mac, ads or no ads. Give me back my XP!

  4. Also, Im no fanboy, I havent ever owned a Mac yet, but am thinking of switching to Mac as soon as I am done with University and have the money to buy one. Vista has just totally let me down, and no amount of ads, even IF the were good ads (which theyre not), will make me change my self-formed opinion of Vista. Someone ought to tell the worlds most popular OSs engineers that SearchIndexing should run in the background, and not all the time and hog ALL the resources. Anyone whos not a programmer could even tell you that. (I am sure it is the indexing service that causes all the Disk thrashing, checked it out with Reliability and Performance monitor). Same goes for the Defrag Service. And when I want a backup of my Documents (I have Vista Ultimate) I dont want to copy almost a gig of Program Files….What the hell does that have to do with My Documents?!?!?! And a whole bunch of other reasons which will make me most likely switch to Mac, ads or no ads. Give me back my XP!

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