I think they were coming back from the bar, were hungry, and went "Hey, APPLES!". Of course, once they got in there, the computers were a nice consolation to not getting any Granny Smiths or Red Delicious.
(That joke was too long, and for that, I apologize.)
Can you even attach those security cords to Macbooks? It doesn't seem like it.
Shatterproof glass would have prevented this, too. All the style with none of the theft.
Dann Cuellar (what the fuck) is WAY too excited about this sexy, sexy crime. I expected to see them cut back to him with his shirt on inside out and smoking a goddamn cigarette.
I'll bet he's a former auctioneer. Still those robbers aren't all that smart, they didn't get the manuals.
|Sudan no1 |
I thought they chained those things to the table. Well, they learned their lesson!
This needs a link to the apple commercials talking about how easy the magnetic power cords are to remove from the laptop
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme |
Just look for the crack dealer with 23 Macbooks, 19 iPhones and 9 iPod Touches.
|The Mothership |
1:31 trouser check.
South Jersey represent.
I used to live five minutes from there.
spectacular...but they were disappointed to find out that there was a tomorrow
|The Townleybomb |
Philly's channel 6 is pretty much the localiest local news channel ever.
Nothing like a bunch of heavily used demo laptops
He LOVES describing clothes!!
"Hey, main, you wanna' buy a MacBook!? It's a 00 computer for only 0!"
"Does it have Snow Leopard on it with new malware protection?"
"Uhm, I don't know, besides, I heard that didn't actually REMOVE the malware, only..."
"EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!! NOT ONE OF US!!! NOT ONE OF US!!!" *unhinges jaw and eats fence's face*
"Upscale shopping center" as opposed to "the mall where black people shop"
Oh, come on guys/gals, your vulgar deconstructionism is misplaced. Your position glosses over, in typical colonial fashion, the social differences between "white baby boomers" and "black people." They both "shop" at the same mall, however, "shop" for each group "means," that is to say, is defined differently for each cultural group. Whereas the white baby boomers' "shop" tradition involves certain customs, such as availing one's self to a "location" at "specific times," the "black people," that you make your "other" are not limited by such historically rooted "tradition acts." This is particularly visible in the smashing of the glass door. For the black people, such "barriers" that "enforce" the historically oppressive "tradition acts" white baby boomers are irrelevant, and in this case demonstrate a sense of liberation not existent in current baby boomer culture.
Further reading can be done in the auto-ethnographical works of J-Dizzle, Toni Morrison, Lil'dawg and the traditional texts of Mary Louise-Pratt of the MLA.
simon666, you can defend Apple computers all you want, no one is on your side.
|THA SUGAH RAIN |
Just wait for the group of kids ordering 30 power adapters.
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