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Just to prove that Apple sometimes don't have great taste

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& how much is the family worth??

The Jobs family gave each of the members of the shipbuilding staff an elegant thank-you note, along with a token gift of their appreciation — an iPod Shuffle with the name of the ship inscribed on the back.

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& how much is the family worth??

Yes, I thought that was classy too.

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The good ship Venus you say? We know a song about that. :lol:

Easy now!

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To summarise, then, all you Champagne socialists who have bought your sweat-shop made Apple iphones or Apple ipads from Amazon and are at this very moment sitting in Starbucks with Mocha Light Frappuccino® Blended Beverage and Light Blueberry Muffin, perusing the Guardian when you should be preparing your OU Sociology assignment ( that you have left in your Toyota Prius by mistake - oh there it is under your copy of Lord Stansgate's autobiography ) , doing your Gmails whilst on Facebook are really just tax dodgers!!! :P:):D:lol:

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You're definitely not talking to me then;

I prefer a pint of real ale to champagne, have never owned an 'i' anything, buy my books from a local bookshop, have only ever used Starbucks when there is absolutely no alternative and anyway never drink coffee (foul stuff), I drink Earl Grey tea old boy. GMail, what's that? Ah, Facebook, guilty as charged m'lord. :rolleyes:

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Earl Grey? Is that the one that smells like a tart's bedroom? :blink:

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To summarise, then, all you Champagne socialists who have bought your sweat-shop made Apple iphones or Apple ipads from Amazon and are at this very moment sitting in Starbucks with Mocha Light Frappuccino® Blended Beverage and Light Blueberry Muffin, doing your Gmails whilst onFacebook are really just tax dodgers!!! :P:):D:lol:

You forgot to mention the Guardian, John. ;)

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yup. I didn't think that through!

Just found this though....this is you, isn't it!! :lol: :lol:

Guardian readers are affluent, young urban consumers with a keen sense of adventure when it comes to trying new products and experiences. They have varied interests and their high disposable incomes give them the means to keep up with their sports, hobbies and travel. Being difficult to reach..Guardian readers are generally wealthy...hey are six times more likely than the average adult to play rugby on a regular basis..

see http://www.guardian.co.uk/advertising/advertising-guardian-readership-profile

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yup. I didn't think that through!

Just found this though....this is you, isn't it!! :lol: :lol:

Guardian readers are affluent, young urban consumers with a keen sense of adventure when it comes to trying new products and experiences. They have varied interests and their high disposable incomes give them the means to keep up with their sports, hobbies and travel. Being difficult to reach..Guardian readers are generally wealthy...hey are six times more likely than the average adult to play rugby on a regular basis..

see http://www.guardian....dership-profile

Well that's me out of the equation for a start (unless it is in comparison to you :O).

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Interesting, though, to see what how the Guardian sells itself to advertisers. I'll try and find the same stuff from The Telegraph. etc/ Will that describe me? ( :O )

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yup. I didn't think that through!

Just found this though....this is you, isn't it!! :lol: :lol:

Guardian readers are affluent, young urban consumers with a keen sense of adventure when it comes to trying new products and experiences. They have varied interests and their high disposable incomes give them the means to keep up with their sports, hobbies and travel. Being difficult to reach..Guardian readers are generally wealthy...hey are six times more likely than the average adult to play rugby on a regular basis..

see http://www.guardian....dership-profile

Mail readers are terrified, enraged suburban consumers with a marked lack of adventure when it comes to meeting people with dark skin or foreign accents. They have varied interests (house prices and immigration) and their income gives them the means to keep up their stream of outraged letters to the newpaper about the Trostskyist paedophiles who run the BBC.

Independent readers are...

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Sorry, I was so bored, I fell asleep face down on the keyboard.

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Well, I'm sure this will wake you up as its about you!! :D

The Daily Telegraph

Affluent

They have the greatest potential purchasing power

One in two have an ISA

One million go to the cinema once a month or more

215,000 go out for dinner at least once a week

One in eleven of The Daily Telegraph’s readers own two or more properties

Loyal

81% of The Daily Telegraph’s readers look at no other quality daily. Half look at no other national

Half subscribe to take The Daily Telegraph every day.

Two thirds subscribe to The Sunday Telegraph

Telegraph readers dedicate almost one hour every day in the week to reading our paper and a massive one and half hours on Saturday – more than the readers of other quality daily titles

Telegraph.co.uk’s visitors spend an average of 13 minutes looking at our pages

1.3 million of our customers have given us their email address

700 readers each day compete for a place on our letters page

Influential

Our readers know people across an array of social, cultural, professional, and economic circles.

They thrive on making introductions and act like sales people — passing on their accumulated knowledge to those who surround them.

More Chairman, CEOs, MDs and Directors turn to The Daily Telegraph than any other quality daily

More people who are involved with, belong to, or help out at a community organisation or social club read The Daily Telegraph than any other quality daily

More people who entertain at home and often have friends over to eat are regular readers of The Daily Telegraph than any other quality daily

Elusive

Television

When they do watch, BBC1 is the channel of choice for 57%

Radio

42% of The Daily Telegraph’s readers are light radio listeners. when they do listen 27% are heavy BBC listeners compared to just 7% who are heavy commercial listeners

Press

Half of The Daily Telegraph’s readers look at no other paper.

90% of Telegraph magazine’s readers look at no other fashion magazine,

85% read no other health and beauty magazine,

78% read no other home interest magazine and

72% read no other food magazine

Online

1 in 3 visits to Telegraph.co.uk are direct – from a homepage, a bookmark or the user typing Telegraph.co.uk into the address bar – not via search or any other traceable link

Up next:... The Daily Mail

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Express readers are the masters of contradiction.

  • They feel that world would be a better place if the socialists hadn't given the Empire away, but want as little to do with foreigners as possible.
  • Staunchly royalist, they hate the royal family for murdering Princess Diana, a woman they seem to feel is their own private property.
  • Bristling at real or perceived slights from overseas, they recommend giving Johnny Foreigner a damn good hiding, but bewail the cost to the taxpayer of military action overseas.

The also experience tumescence when bringing back hanging or even the birch is mentioned.

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The Mirror... used to be edited by Piers Morgan. 'Nuff said.

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Well, I'm sure this will wake you up as its about you!! :D

The Daily Telegraph

Loyal

81% of The Daily Telegraph’s readers look at no other quality daily. Half look at no other national

Half subscribe to take The Daily Telegraph every day.

Two thirds subscribe to The Sunday Telegraph

These are healthy figures from the Telegraph's point of view. Personally I prefer to read from a variety of news sources. Perhaps this shows Telegraph readers are stuck in their ways, surely not :O;)

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yes.. I guess its because the have very fixed views and choose a paper that panders to those views. or where at least they know they can read letters so right wing it makes most readers feel quite moderate.

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yes.. I guess its because the have very fixed views and choose a paper that panders to those views. or where at least they know they can read letters so right wing it makes most readers feel quite moderate.

To be fair to them, when you get away from the party political content and into general interest articles, the Telegraph is one of the best-written newspapers around.

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To be fair to them, when you get away from the party political content and into general interest articles, the Telegraph is one of the best-written newspapers around.

Agree with that.

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