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Not really news so much as a little Friday fun coming our way via YouTube. In a recent newscast covering the Republican primaries, the Fox team attempts to explain the high vote turnout for Rep. Ron Paul as due to the voting medium: text messaging. Pretty regular stuff, except for when the conversation turns in the last 45 seconds to a discussion of text messaging itself, where the entire crew displays their ignorance of the medium — even the guy with the BlackBerry.
While cellular text messaging is mostly the purview of the young, it’s interesting to see people within the age bracket of the average BlackBerry user (and BlackBerry Cool reader, for that matter) struggling with something we do every day.