i had to laugh at this quote from a ny times story about distraught iphone customers who feel that they overpaid:
“I just felt so used as a consumer,” he said. “They hyped up the iPhone for six months and built up our expectations, and then they grabbed our extra $200 and ran.”
leave it to some random apple fanatic with a blog to “feel so used”. it’s like the hooker stole his wallet while he was in the bathroom or something.
and just because kirk and i bought an iphone last night doesn’t mean that i buy into the hype.
and just because we wasted $69 on apple care for it doesn’t make me a mindless fanatic.
and just because we spent the entire evening oohing and aahing over it’s fantastically well-thought-out capabilities doesn’t mean that i have lost my perspective.
and just because the first thing i did this morning when i got up was rush to turn it on, baby, doesn’t mean that i don’t have a well-honed sense of life’s priorities.
it, after all, was a very practical purchase. made perfect sense. no other alternative, you know.