When thinking of Apple, followers of the company think of stunning hardware, ease of use, a mercurial CEO and many, many, many, many lawsuits.
But physicists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), have discovered an alternate universe where Apple is subject not to lawsuits, but pantsuits.
Dr. Ranjit Vij, chief of MIT’s Dimensional Research Program said “They’re all wearing them. Jobs, Schiller… uh… that other guy… with the weird Adam’s apple… Ricky? Scooter? Eh, I forget his name. But I’m telling you, it’s freaky.”
Vij said that the alternate universe Apple is exactly the same as this universe’s Apple, except for the pantsuits and the complete lack of any lawsuits.
“What’s really weird,” Vij said, “is that when they go home, the alternate universe Apple employees get out of their pantsuits and put on what they were in this universe. So, Steve puts on a black turtleneck and jeans, Schiller puts on a polo shirt and khakis, and… uh… and… well, that other guy puts on whatever he wears.”
Vij said that his program does not have the capability to view into the homes of Apple executives in this universe to provide a basis for comparison.
“But, c’mon. If that’s what they do in that universe, wouldn’t you think they do the opposite in this universe? You know… all go home and put pantsuits on?”
Vij speculated that if employees of this universe’s Apple are going home and putting on pantsuits, that they might be able to reverse the company’s fate as the target of lawsuits by reversing their wardrobe choices.
“Although, they may already know that and just think the public lawsuits are better than public pantsuits,” Vij said. “And who am I to argue with that?”