'X-Men' Mutant Gives Word Two Claws Down

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Look out, Microsoft--you've gone and made Sabertooth mad.

Actor Liev Schreiber, who plays the hirsuite villain in the new X-Men Origins: Wolverine movie was a guest on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me, the weekly news quiz program on National Public Radio. The interview with host Peter Sagal covers the expected territory--the big X-Men movie, Mr. Schreiber's acting career--before veering off into a tangent that sounds like something straight out of Apple's old Switchers ad campaign. To wit:

Peter Sagal: We had one question for you, we were dying to know: How annoyed do you get when you type your name into Microsoft Word, and it keeps wanting to spell it "Live?"

Liev Schreiber: So annoyed that I moved to a Mac.

What I wouldn't give to watch Sabertooth make short work of Clippy.

You can listen to everyone enjoying a cruel laugh at Microsoft's expense on the Wait Wait Web site--just scroll down to the Not My Job segment. Or, you can go to the show's iTunes Store page and download the May 2 episode for yourself.

This story, "'X-Men' Mutant Gives Word Two Claws Down" was originally published by Macworld.

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