Dell has recently come up with a commercial  that includes the catch phrase “In the Real World Goliath wins”, a pretty convincing argument to buy their servers.  But some conservatives are pretty unhappy with this ad because it seems to imply that if this is true then the Bible is not the real world.  Personally I find it hard to believe that somebody would think that the Bible is the real world, as real say as running into a friend going down the street.  But it seems that a lot of people seem to believe that the characters of the Bible are as real as you and me and therefore the Bible is the real world.  I hope even those still judge servers by their quality and price and not their Biblical connotations.

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Henrik Ahlen on October 23, 2007  · 

Another “only in America” tale…
They are unebeliavable!
It is hard to imagine why this kind of people think they should rule the rest of the world, or even have opinions about it.

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Euronerd on October 25, 2007  · 

Should we derive from this that in Dell’s “Real World” it is more important to be huge than to be smart? And you do agree with that?
To me it sounds like the American dream: the bigger the better 🙁 .
It’s what I’d rather call a nightmare for the rest of the world.

The fact that some Americans think the bible is true is not so strange in a population that is on the schizophrenic edge between by arrogance and fear.

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Martin Varsavsky on October 25, 2007  · 

I guess you can be either smart or huge….

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Eliza on May 5, 2009  · 

There is a saying that goes like this

“Love is patient; love is kind
and envies no one.
Love is never boastful, nor conceited, nor rude;
never selfish, not quick to take offense.
There is nothing love cannot face;
there is no limit to its faith,
its hope, and endurance.
In a word, there are three things
that last forever: faith, hope, and love;
but the greatest of them all is love.”

for more info visit the link below
The Bible

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