Originally Posted by Rogifan
If Tim Cook hires him then he loses me as a customer.
No you won't. That's a lie, and you know it.
It's so easy to act indignant, and say thing you don't mean and you don't plan on following-through on online- but with you, it gets a little old. I'd actually be for Carney if it meant you would actually leave, sparing us from your incessant whining and bitching, because of the fact that you believe your opinions to be so important that you need to repeat the same thing ad-nauseum in every thread. Also, if your reasons for buying Apple products are contingent on who is employed as their PR chief, and are willing to jump shit to some other random company (I'm sure who haven't though that one ahead, so I won't ask), then maybe you should reassess why you're even buying Apple products in the first place?
I may have opinions on Apple's internal operations and their hiring decisions, but that's not the reason I buy their products- those reasons are based on the product themselves, the software, ecosystem, support, design, apps, etc. That all that means nothing to you, and you're willing to jump ship over a non-essential hire (we're not even talking about a VP here, or someone who has anything to do with product development), then you probably shouldn't be spending $$ on Apple products in the first place, and you have some truly mind-numbing decision making skills. Try to use rationality instead of pure ideology, once in a while. Your need for drama is so transparent.
Edited by Slurpy - 7/20/14 at 10:08am