"I'm poor, but I'm not retarded" - Laptop Hunters: Homeless Frank

Given that Microsoft’s new “Laptop Hunter” ads helps you find PCs that are cheaper than Macs, it was only a matter of time before the parodies started rolling in. The first one, dubbed “Homeless Frank,” is a solid effort of LandlineTV.com. “With $1,000 to spend, homeless Frank finds his perfect laptop. “I’m poor, but I’m not retarded,” […]

Given that Microsoft’s new “Laptop Hunter” ads helps you find PCs that are cheaper than Macs, it was only a matter of time before the parodies started rolling in. The first one, dubbed “Homeless Frank,” is a solid effort of LandlineTV.com. “With $1,000 to spend, homeless Frank finds his perfect laptop. “I’m poor, but I’m not retarded,” Frank notes at one point in the video.”

Source:→ TechCrunch

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