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May 20, 2008 2:59 PM
Posted by Benjamin J. Romano
Speaking to an influential audience of Microsoft advertisers on the company's campus today, Arianna Huffington started out by asking the crowd whether there were any Hungarians in the audience. Then she asked if there were any eggs.
The answer was no. And the trap was set for a zinger referencing Monday's egg attack on Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, who by the way came away unscathed, other than having his train of thought derailed.
"Great," Huffington said, "because I'm not as good at dodging eggs as Steve Ballmer."
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