I would think that Kaz Hirai’s gallows would be more appropriate.
I REALLY hope this isn’t one of those early ones that ejects discs.
Wow I thought they’d never take down that hideous broken glob of fiberglass. It’s been dangling above Houston St in NYC for like a decade now. Only once did I ever see its laughably low-les LED screen display a discernable image: and that was a Microsoft BSOD as seen here:
I just noticed the PSNP (PlayStation Non-Portable) was gone Saturday night while walking along Houston with a friend. Mac is right that it was more often than not utterly incomprehensible. I believe that was also the spot which was formerly occupied by the big Yahoo marquee. I wonder who’s got something so high concept yet recession/depression-proof to replace it. My vote: Dick van Patten’s Hobo Chili for Dogs.
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