AppleGoogle President Obama
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(InnocentEnglish.com Scoop) February 27, 2010 Washington D.C.
President Obama supports AppleGoogleâ€™s purchase of both DiggMyDeliciousSecondLife and StumbleFark.
President Obama, answering videomail questions during a Pepsi Rose Garden press conference, expressed his confidence that AppleGoogleâ€™s imminent purchase of both DiggMyDeliciousSecondLife and StumbleFark would only have a positive effect on the net.
According to court documents uncovered by TheSmokingSlate.com, MS Yahoo has filed a legal briefing to fight the tri-merger on the grounds that â€œAppleGoogle is just trying to rub their superiority in our fading little faces.â€
President Obama responded to a question about MS Yahooâ€™s objections by saying â€œWe have heard this kind of rhetoric before. For instance, when AppleGoogle bought Sony, and TimeWarner, and Central America. Their acquisition of Youtube and later Facebook made possible todayâ€™s most popular internet destination: TubeFace. AppleGoogle can be commended for their noble bi-mission to consolidate the excessive overlap of redundant sites as well as to become the only possible stop for anyone wanting to advertise anything anywhereâ€.
When asked to comment, Vice President Edwards, who was also at the Rose Garden videomail press conference, responded, â€œI strongly and wholeheartedly agree with whatever the current President just said and will continue to support it once I am finally President.â€
In related news, Starbucks shares fell dramatically today in the wake of AppleGoogleâ€™s unveiling of a prototype of their new i-dot. Also known as Tri-dot, it is a revolutionary system consisting of a small podbase plus three nanotech dots placed behind each ear and on the chin or forehead. The system serves as a complete voice activated cellphone, ipod, PDA, Professor Google Instant Answer Portal, 24/7 life-cam, universal remote, Axe pheromone releaser and caffeine patch, among other functions.
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