Yesterday, my friends and I went to Best Buy to get a part to fix a broken PS3, and one of their employees approached us asking if he could help us find anything. We told him that we already found what we needed, but he wanted to know what we were using it for. He then went on to explain to me about how the Xbox 360 breaks less often because it has certain parts vs. the PS3 which has a “f*ggot based CPU”. The four of us were too stunned to say anything, bought the part, and left.
My friends and I still feel upset, and are thinking of going to talk to the store manager. I’ve never been in this situation before, and I appreciate any advice you might have. Thanks!
Homophobia is nothing new for Best Buy. You may remember the electronics giant donating $100,000 to extremely anti-gay political group (http://unicornbooty.com/blog/2011/02/19/whats-up-with-the-lady-gaga-target-deal/) in Minnesota Forward last year.
This is coming from Reddit (http://www.reddit.com/r/lgbt/comments/nv0uh/best_buy_employee_told_me_the_ps3_has_a_ f*ggot/), so while it's more than likely true actual verification can be a tad tricky.
I want to know how in the hell does a “f*ggot-based CPU” operate?
(View full article @ BX below)
Best Buy Employee says PS3 has a ‘f*ggot Based CPU’ (http://slumz.boxden.com/f13/best-buy-employee-says-ps3-has-f-ggot-based-cpu-1677242/)