Yesterday, CEO Steve Jobs introduced several ground-breaking new Mac products, including iMacs, iLife and iWork. The event was seamless except for one incident that stood out to many observers.
During the question and answer period, one member of the crowd asked why Apple doesn’t put “Intel Inside” stickers on its Macs.
Many have wondered who could ask such a mind-numbingly stupid question, but the answer is obvious. There is only one analyst who could be so brazenly moronic as to wonder aloud why Apple doesn’t crap up their gorgeous computers with tacky ads for fricking component manufacturers.
And that analyst is Rob Enderle.
“We’re not sure how he got in here,” said chief operating officer Tim Cook. “He certainly wasn’t invited, but I understand Enderle has a habit of wandering into a lot of events by accident. Kind of like Forrest Gump.”
Apple sources say that after Enderle was escorted from the building, he left behind a sheet of construction paper on which he had scrawled several other questions in crayon.
- A follow-up question – if you don’t participate in “Intel Inside”, just what sort of cheezy third-party marketing do you do?
- These so-called “Macs” you speak of… what version of Windows do they run?
- If I set up a Mac in a corporate environment, how long would it be before it took down the whole network?
- When are you switching to Windows?
- I noticed you don’t take a big dump on your computers before you ship them, either. Why is that?
- I’m sorry, I missed everything after “Satisfaction” stopped playing. Can you start over?
- I CAN HAS CHEEZBURGER?
- You know what’s a really cool color for computers? Beige. You should totally look into that.
- Has anyone seen my juice box?
- Does this look infected?
Apple apologized to everyone for the trouble and said Enderle would be driven out to the country and released on a farm somewhere where, they said, “he’d be happier because he could chase the chickens”.