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Have to disagree about the intro...while it may not have been guffaw funny, I thought it did a nice job of poking pointed fun at both critics/competitors and Apple itself. I also thought - without actually counting - that there were more videos than usualthroughout the presentation...And I wonder if that dovetails with going more to in-house ad-making?
But, Congress IS listening to its customers...Your mistake is in assuming that that's the American people.
They should've just gone all the way: 666 > 6   (btw, this is also the approximate proportion of Samsungs given in promotions to sold)
1984... Read it and weep.   Calling it "The U. S. A. Freedom Erosion Act" wouldn't improve it. More accurate, not more palatable.
TailGate... Apple Is Doomed
How can jet fuel cost $3 a gallon?       (@Junebug172:  hint - it's not "Eve")
Thanks, I think I grasp the concept.I'd return the favor by introducing you to the concepts of hyperbole and exaggeration,but, apparently, it wouldn't help. As you point out, the controls and selection process will affect the accuracy of the extrapolation,but it's still true that 15 million people didn't say it, and, by pointing out that this is an online survey, I suggested that the results might even be skewed towards the tastes of tech-savvy folks, not necessarily...
15 Million Americans did not say any such thing... About 1,100 of the sort of people who are online a lot and take surveys said it.   It'll be nice if there are this many sales, or two times 15m, or eight times 15m, but this is hardly any kind of a representative sample, and the headline should be phrased more responsibly, imho.
I'd like to see them keep it "in the Park", so...Half Done sounds about right.
Don't you folks remember the horrible travails of the late 1800's, when all the Impressionists were suing each other, willy nilly, all the time? The duels? The feuds? The vendettas?   ...I didn't think so.
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