Microsoft's recent campaign in the never-ending pissing contest between Microsoft and Apple has PC users giving very vague and irrelevant reasons why they require and prefer a Windows machine over a Mac. Their latest features Girl Talk's reverse alter ego Greg Gillis here in this relevant-to-the-Cream-because-he-played-here-last-week (and fucked up the stage at The Cannery) video where he explains why making music on a PC is "punk rock" (which you know I identify with, totes).
While I'm a Mac man myself, he's got me sold. I mean, even under all that plastic, I'd much rather shell out $600 for a pair of cheap Panasonic laptops than drag my precious MacBook Pro up there for sweaty college kids to spill Jagerbombs and bodily fluids on. The tune in the background seems to be an extended snippet from 2006's Night Ripper album, but this video has me wondering just how much money Microsoft would have to shell out to clear all the samples required to play an actual track from a Girl Talk album.