"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
Loc: Alexandria, VA
Are we really that bad?
There are degrees in everything ;-)
What I'm wondering is what makes what they're describing about an "Apple fanatic" (I'd love to see the selection criteria for that category ;-) different from any other kind of fan -- say an avid Red Sox fan or an avid Beatles fan (especially in the 60's!)?
As a side note, I can't help but think that if rabid fandom does stimulate the same part of the brain as does religion, that might be saying something more about religion than the other way around ;-)
[steps slowly away from the line sending this thread to the Soapbox ;-)]
Well, it's just a potent mix of the underdog religious fervor with the rightful heir/whatever theme
Right Ed, you hit the nail on the head.
Really the PC Whiny Crowed are really more devoted than the Mac people on any day and at any time, to the point they are vicious - just read any comments from any Mac product review on just about any web site..
Case in point, I was verbally assaulted, from a PC, IT person when I mentioned I owned a Mac - he said (Mac People are Stupid) <-- that gives you an indication on how devoted they are to their PC's.
What we see today, IMO, is people excited about iPods, iPads and iPhones - not really about Macs per-say. Sorta its more about Apple the (Digital Life Style) not about Apple Computer.
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