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Microsoft "Always On" Guy Now An Internet Meme

Posted on Saturday, April 6 @ 03:05:51 Eastern by Heath_Hindman
Nothing is confirmed, but Microsoft's next Xbox is heavily rumored to be "always online, always connected," the particular details of which are anyone's guess at this point. True or not, the topic has become the root of some sour discussion between a Microsoft employee and people who are clearly inferior to him. 

The internet being always on as it is, the man has already become an internet meme. He is now the very image of elitist assholery. Here are some highlights:






Should have taken my advice, Adam. Now look what you've become.
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