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  • qlacking qlacking Mar 31, 2013 10:12 PM Flag

    yourbestfriendintheworld caught in ANOTHER LIE.

    Here is the cut and paste from yourbestfriendintheworld exactly as he posted it.

    Yourbestfriendintheworld Mar 28, 2013 1:11 AM

    Taiwan Earthquake Shuts Down TSMC
    I hope everyone there is okay, but the equipment is damaged and it takes months before AMD can get its chips back into production.

    Because hastening the end of this money pit is the best thing for the world's economy.

    HERE IS THE FACTS

    March 27, 2013 -- 09:29 GMT

    The report noted that workers at TSMC were evacuated at two sites after its emergency response was triggered. Michael Kramer, a spokesperson from the chip manufacturer, told the newswire one of the plants is located in Hsinchu where the company is based, while the other is in Taichung, central Taiwan.

    Workers returned to work soon after and operations are not expected to be affected, Kramer said.

    Just shows you how low the paid bashers will go

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Yep, and he still says he had nothing to do with this "fabricated" lie!

    • No matter what, he will do ANYTHING is his mission to post hate towards AMD. I think he has finally lost it, he can't stand it that he and his sock puppets used to post every 2 seconds flooding this with lies, profanity, slander and sick perverted post against ANY pro post and were finally stopped-yahoo saw this and he at it again. Repost this loser here and at the "Help Us make better!" threads in his attempt to ruin it for ALL AMD posters. Keep reporting here and there as well.

 
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