Microsoft Store Employees Dance -- While A Customer Steals!?!

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vszymczak

OMG. Microsoft feels they need to open a "Microsoft Store" to compete with Apple. Microsoft is 95%ish of the computer market now...so what? Let the masses suffer. I love my Mac Pro and wouldn't give it up even if begged by a store full of dancing dolts. Also, how lame was that? I mean people at the Apple Store are eager to do their jobs and in general it shows, this dancing thing is just INCREDIBLY lame...just like Vista.

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yvrdude

There is NOTHING about the Microsoft Store that is original. From Leaders to loosers!

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rippyz

The employees are doing a variation of the Electric Slide, which, if I remember correctly, was all the rage in the early 90's. Yes, early 90's; that's 20 yrs ago.

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Scion of Tytehran

On some level I can't blame MS for trying to be like Apple. After all, Apple is Apple and no other computer/tech company has a following like they do. However, what would really be more impressive is if MS could give life to their own culture in which people could feel good about being involved with. Trying to make themselves over to be more like Apple just looks forced and gives them the appearance of simply being pathetic. Even if I were a devout follower of MS this would just seem sad to me.

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raven029

oh yes. this just validates my disdain for microsoft.

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cenghan

I don't think she took anything. The flyer was in her left hand the whole time, and she didn't take anything off the table. The tabletop looked empty before film izle film izle film izle film izle çizgi film izle anime izle erotik film izle erotik film izle online film izle
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Imagine Engine

This video is a great example of how employees in some stores goof off instead of serving the customers in the store. I'm sure Microsoft thought having their employees appear energetic seemed like a good idea but not to have them all dance for almost five minutes while customers are standing around waiting to be served. When I go into an Apple store the employees are energetic but at least they don't need to dance to a song to get my attention.

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shuffle1

I don't think she took anything. The flyer was in her left hand the whole time, and she didn't take anything off the table. The tabletop looked empty before she got to it anyway. The purse fell off her shoulder and she simply stuffed the flyer in it before throwing it back over her shoulder. Just my stolen .02...

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Carmine5

Rumor has it that these are former CompUSA employees "herd" dancing over the thought of being re-employed. The shoplifter is just there to lend a spot of color so that the Microsoft store will have that whole CompUSA experience.The only thing missing is the guy with the felt tip pen, rummaging through your bag and marking up your receipt. 

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Roger Workman

That's less exciting than when people do that dance at weddings. Probably because there's no booze involved. The best part is when the camera pans over the customers looking baffled that they aren't being helped.

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MacMike1000

Copy Apple is one thing but over doing things such as dancing like idiots while people stealing is just STUPID!!!

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Quayzar

This is nearly as bad as the restaurants that sing happy birthday to you. It's one thing when a dance like this is organic to the people performing it but this is obviously just a Microsoft trying to make their employes look laid back and cool. The worst part is when I have to come in to such an establishment and have to buy something no one is there to help me because they are too busy trying to be fun.

I'm not against fun but when you are in the service industry I am not being served by seeing a poorly choreographed group of hipsters dance to an obnoxious Black Eyed Peas song.

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chevyorange

Why doesn’t Microsoft just partner with Apple instead of wait for them to lead on everything and then copy it?

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Doc_M

Gee, what a surprise...what makes me laugh is that it was filmed, and nobody stopped this person. Of course, that also means that nobody was helping this person. Can't do that in an Apple Store; there's too many people doing their jobs.

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