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Re: Apple's Watch [Re: AusMac] #627724 02/23/15 12:07 AM
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Originally Posted By: AusMac
Originally Posted By: John Rougeux
And to think that I can't even get a job at the Apple Store...I'm just not hip enough I guess. frown


Perhaps you don't fit their criteria?

He's too old for one. The average age for sales & geniuses at an Apple Store is 2 yrs old. Not even going to get into their race quotas. tongue


Re: Apple's Watch [Re: Nana] #627725 02/23/15 12:20 AM
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Originally Posted By: Nana

He's too old for one. The average age for sales & geniuses at an Apple Store is 2 yrs old. Not even going to get into their race quotas. tongue



actually, the one here has a guy who is way older than me and their race quotas appear to be met, at least every time I go by there I notice that.

Re: Apple's Watch [Re: John Rougeux] #627729 02/23/15 01:03 AM
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Some people seem to have nosensauma.


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Re: Apple's Watch [Re: John Rougeux] #627743 02/23/15 04:31 PM
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Re: Apple's Watch [Re: MacGizmo] #627744 02/23/15 04:33 PM
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Too right.

Re: Apple's Watch [Re: MacGizmo] #627745 02/23/15 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted By: MacGizmo

laugh laugh laugh

Commercial cracks me up every time I watch it. laugh


Re: Apple's Watch [Re: John Rougeux] #627746 02/23/15 06:28 PM
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I keep the link to that image bookmarked. I use it often. Way. Too. Often.


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Re: Apple's Watch [Re: Nana] #627840 02/26/15 04:03 PM
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If you were crying then...wait till you read this!

Brikk Announces Diamond-Studded Apple Watches Costing Up to $75,000



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The basic Standard edition offers a single row of diamonds (.50 carats) and a leather strap, while the mid-tier Deluxe has multiple rows of diamonds (2.3 carats), diamond encrusted buttons, and a diamond studded clasp on its leather strap.

The line will set those interested back $7,495 for the Standard, $11,995 for the Deluxe, and $69,995 for the Omni, and all prices fluctuate slightly higher for larger sizes. Brikk promises that each comes in a "Zero Halliburton aluminum case with carbon fiber interior", with a user manual, the expected accessories, a 1-year warranty, and a diamond-studded certificate of authenticity.

Re: Apple's Watch [Re: John Rougeux] #627846 02/26/15 08:56 PM
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do they throw in an armed escort
...just to sweeten the deal? smirk



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Re: Apple's Watch [Re: John Rougeux] #627847 02/26/15 09:01 PM
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sorry..
..that's so preposterous
Steve Jobs must be spinning in his grave



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