Inflated by the success of computer games such as Tomb Raider, the up-front, in-your-face, action adventure romp starring Lara Croft, online retailer Softwarefirst.com is now planning to float on the stock market. Obviously, William Flatau, managing director at Softwarefirst.com, has chosen the London Stock Exchange over other exchanges because his AIM looks extremely suspect - judging by this picture sent in to Computer Reseller News.
But then again, you can't blame him. When you are face to face with a life-size Lara Croft, it is small wonder that the concentration goes, especially when Lara has a bigger weapon.
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