T could've bought Microsoft at ten bucks, what's the point, Barbie?
If a well-ordered business were all that mattered, most shareholders would rather buy Microsoft.
No one ever got fired for buying Microsoft.
Of course, not everyone is buying Microsoft's Next Big Vision.
It's like, how do buy Microsoft before it becomes a giant?
I doubt Zune will ever get there, unless Google buy Microsoft.
No one with a computer catalogue is forced to buy Microsoft.
Someone who bought Microsoft at $28 - its closing price the first day it traded back in 1986 - now has 288 shares for every share purchased.
That's how much, the paper figures, it would cost for General Electric, the nation's largest company, to buy Microsoft, the second largest.
And a fourth asks, "What, you didn't know to buy Microsoft at 17 3/4?"