Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Oops. Lawsuit, anyone?

Check out this quote in the Washington Post from a Motorola executive. Tracy Koziol, from the company's handset division, is really excited about Moto's latest phone, the KRZR - which has a narrower frame than the popular RAZR model:
"For people with smaller hands, it does probably fit better than the Razr, especially for Asian customers and ladies," said Koziol, adding that most cellphone carriers around the world have shown interest in the product.
Unfortunately, the paper didn't print the remainder of the statement, in which Koziol trumpeted the angular design of the KRZR's display module - ideal for the slanty eyes of Asian customers.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good article! wow gold opportunity!

10:19 AM  
Blogger Danny the Manny said...

It's also really good for people who work at massage parlors, win hot dog eating contests, win huge pots in Atlantic City after rivering a flush, hide inside villages full of innocent bystanders during wars, are skilled at math and technology alike, push to get into the closing subway doors, have black hair and flat faces, practice kung fu in their free time, can't pronounce the letter R, buy rice by the sandbag, don't dub over movies well, and drive their Gold Toyota Camries really, really slowly.

12:37 PM  

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