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Apple Tries to Stop People Giving Away Their Products
Posted by Alan Wexelblat
News of the Weird has this great section called "News That Sounds Like A Joke" in which they report on things in the actual news media that sound on the surface like someone is pulling a prank. Today's entry falls in that category.
As the person who sent this item to me (the company that hosts my personal Web site) said "When I give milk away I don't need to talk to my grocer, a farmer, or a cow". Indeed. Beyond that, I got nothin'. Is someone pranking CNN here?