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March 8, 2006 at 7:52 PM

At the WSA awards show: Ode to the BlackBerry

Emcee Dave Ross, the KIRO talk show host and unsuccessful candidate for a congressional seat in 2004: “I have no future political plans at this time.”

Ross said he loves the software industry. “You create the technology that makes anything possible and then sell the solution to stop it,” he told the audience.

He then sang an ode to BlackBerry: “God knows why my BlackBerry froze and nobody’s hosed like me.”

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