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Android Market Comment of the Week

So today a Developer by the name of Scott Weston resealed an application called "Flash" in the Android Market. 
A little history, ever since the market came out people have been using the comment section (of other applications) to request/demand the apps they want, one of these is Flash (the player). Needless to say, when an app titled "Flash" showed up in the market, people were excited.
"Flash" is an AWESOME picture of a slightly chubby Flash (the comic book hero) with sweet original TV show music and if you hit the menu button, the background changes color!!
The comment section for this app has mixed reviews some people laughing and others very upset. But, there was one comment which I feel covers so much more... it was left by a "P3T3R" and reads as follows:
"@dev: thanks 4 the laugh! @dumfuks: if u don't know how to take this as a total joke, then you need a friend, not a G1... Don't be so chris-brownish..."
As you can tell the market just like life can get a little tense, but if we all would just stop being so ... chris-brownish, then maybe the whole world could be a better place.

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