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h23154
09:57 AM on 11/06/2010
I have heard there is a keyboard that discriminates against the grossly obese because the keys are too close together and those fat fingers hit more than one key at a time. The solution is to be found in episode of The Simpsons when Homer tries to get disability by making himself too fat to go to work. He needs a "dialing wand" for the phone because his fingers are so fat they "mash" all the buttons. Or we need really big keyboards, except those will discriminate against little people whose hands will be too small to play chords. Maybe we should just outlaw keyboards.
10:13 AM on 11/06/2010
You r 2 funny....
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09:50 AM on 11/06/2010
Instead of complaining, if it is so, DON"T BUY IT!!!! One need not buy everything that is in the market! It's like people shamefully complaining sometime ago that Tommy Hilfigger (sp?) did not make clothes that fit Black women; the man said he was not making his clothes for Black women on Oprah; yet, you have some Black people complaining that he did not make clothes for them. Instead of thanking the man for identifying himself as someone whose products Black people should not patronize, they complain. If the game does not recognize dark skins, play another game!!! It is a "GAME", not needed for life sustainance.
10:04 AM on 11/06/2010
by your logic... Americans shouldnt complain about Richard Ried, we should instead thank him for letting us know he doesnt like Americans
10:45 AM on 11/06/2010
That is an urban legend. Hilfiger has said no such thing, and this myth has been debunked for many years now.
09:41 AM on 11/06/2010
It reminds me of an episode of "Better Off Ted" where the lighting system couldn't recognize any of the black employees to turn on the lights.
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ZenSufi
Sisters and Brothers of America!
12:20 PM on 11/06/2010
It also reminds me of a scene from Mario Van Peeble's 1993 classic Black Western "Posse", where Stephen Baldwin's care-free character, surrounded by African-American soldiers, asks "Hey, who turned out the lights?"
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Morena
¬°Diga toda la verdad. Siempre!
01:13 AM on 11/07/2010
Lol, that's what I thought of also. Remember the "solution" they came up with? HILARIOUS!!
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hark
09:37 AM on 11/06/2010
Let's get back to how Obama hates America and doesn't have a birthday.
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J-Bro
11:37 AM on 11/06/2010
Lol, thanks, you made me smile on a way too early morning
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O K Ali
Wash your hands, seriously.
09:27 AM on 11/06/2010
Good Lord! This is why I cringe when I hear the word nowadays. Racist get thrown around so much, when it really happens, no one is the wiser. Turn on the lights and the device can see you.
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cdub1991
Seek first to understand, then to be understood
09:14 AM on 11/06/2010
What next? Homophobic keyboards?
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h23154
09:55 AM on 11/06/2010
Yes. They do not play for really well-groomed man and women with very short hair.
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DessLoch
Power to the sexy!
10:39 AM on 11/06/2010
what do you expect when the designers are all pasty-faced ratty-haired doughboys who never brush their teeth. The whole system is a geekophile.
(jk)
05:38 AM on 11/06/2010
Gamespot saw an opportunity for a ton of traffic.
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Keith Williams
Internet Community Management, Thoughtleader
09:44 PM on 11/05/2010
Not in a million years did I consider....Really? I didn't see this coming. Wow.