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MacRumors
Jul 26, 2012, 03:47 PM
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With the opening ceremonies for the 2012 Summer Olympics set for tomorrow in London, Apple is preparing to offer an extra bonus to some customers visiting its stores in the area during the roughly two-week event. The company has produced a series of four lapel pins commemorating the London Olympics, displaying the flag of the United Kingdom in place of the screen of both black and white iPhones and iPads.

http://images.macrumors.com/article-new/2012/07/apple_london_olympics_pins_1.jpg


The pins are distributed attached to larger sheets of cardboard that appear as five iOS device flags hanging on a line, with the center one being the actual lapel pin.

http://images.macrumors.com/article-new/2012/07/apple_london_olympic_pins_2.jpg


We have not confirmed the exact details on distribution of the pins, but we've heard that select stores will be distributing the free of charge while supplies last on select days. Also unclear is how broad the distribution will be: Apple has a total of six retail stores inside the M25 motorway encircling London, with several others just outside and a total of 33 in the United Kingdom.

Apple offered a similar promotion (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=871179) during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, distributing an iPod nano pin with the Canadian maple leaf at one store and a pair of pins showing off the maple leaf and the Apple logo at the other Vancouver-area store open at the time. Apple now has four stores in the Vancouver area.

Article Link: Apple's London Stores to Distribute iPhone and iPad Olympic Pins (http://www.macrumors.com/2012/07/26/apples-london-stores-to-distribute-iphone-and-ipad-olympic-pins/)



coolfilmaker
Jul 26, 2012, 03:48 PM
Wow. That's not tacky at all.

Queso
Jul 26, 2012, 03:49 PM
Nice. It's great how everyone has gotten round the IOC's branding police by simply hoisting the Union Flag all over the place :)

Unfortunately I have nothing to buy at the Apple Store, so will have to do without.

lordofthereef
Jul 26, 2012, 03:49 PM
Incoming eBay onslaught. I am sure someone will make a killing, especially considering they are free.

BanterClaus
Jul 26, 2012, 03:49 PM
Dang. I won't be in London at any point during the Olympics.

rafaltrus
Jul 26, 2012, 03:50 PM
Why not British Flag on underwear? :cool: It would sell like hot bread rolls! Sigh...

Leonard1818
Jul 26, 2012, 03:51 PM
USA! USA! USA!

Does anyone else hear that song from that stupid "justice league" movie?

iMikeT
Jul 26, 2012, 03:51 PM
These are nice, I want a one!

Leave it up to Apple to pay attention to detail when localizing their products.

Queso
Jul 26, 2012, 03:52 PM
Why not British Flag on underwear? :cool: It would sell like hot bread rolls! Sigh,,,
Yeah, but that's nothing special. ALL British underwear has the Union Flag on it by law already, although the Scottish are allowed to substitute with the Saltire if the wearer prefers.

jmann
Jul 26, 2012, 03:52 PM
omg want

Mad-B-One
Jul 26, 2012, 03:52 PM
I wonder if some customers will sell them for prices making their "purchase" free. There will be some Applenatics out there paying it, right? :D

Amazing Iceman
Jul 26, 2012, 03:53 PM
omg want

Yeah, cool souvenirs. :cool:

clukas
Jul 26, 2012, 03:56 PM
:( Shame I'm going on holiday.

deannnnn
Jul 26, 2012, 03:56 PM
That's pretty awesome! I want one with an American flag!

Jaffa Cake
Jul 26, 2012, 03:57 PM
Unfortunately I have nothing to buy at the Apple Store, so will have to do without.Just pop in and show a Genius your Britain-branded boxers, he'll be legally obliged to offer you a badge in return. :)

Rocketman
Jul 26, 2012, 03:59 PM
In the Olympic village the two primary activities are exchanging and trading of pins, and condom usage contests. The pin exchange is also popular among the tourist crowd.

Rocketman

NumberNine
Jul 26, 2012, 03:59 PM
Tacky

Queso
Jul 26, 2012, 03:59 PM
Just pop in and show a Genius your Britain-branded boxers, he'll be legally obliged to offer you a badge in return. :)
This is true, although like deannnnn above I want one with an American flag on it instead. I wonder if they have any of the pre-1783 design in stock...

Tombs
Jul 26, 2012, 04:02 PM
Wow. That's not tacky at all.

Grow up

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Tacky

It doesn't stick so it isn't tacky.

Prodo123
Jul 26, 2012, 04:03 PM
Why not British Flag on underwear? :cool: It would sell like hot bread rolls! Sigh...
http://www.crestoflondon.co.uk/images/products/338/internet%20photography%20289.jpg

AustinIllini
Jul 26, 2012, 04:05 PM
That's pretty awesome! I want one with an American flag!

I'm not sure if that's legal or not.

vampyr
Jul 26, 2012, 04:05 PM
hip hop... cherrio... how nice of Apple to give us blokes somethin to pin to me blazer! Nuttin ta see hare ma'am... move along ya bloody wankers!!

Queso
Jul 26, 2012, 04:10 PM
hip hop... cherrio... how nice of Apple to give us blokes somethin to pin to me blazer! Nuttin ta see hare ma'am... move along ya bloody wankers!!
My goodness man. You sound just like one of the natives.

Quite.

Tea?
Image (http://www.crestoflondon.co.uk/images/products/338/internet%20photography%20289.jpg)
Ah. Prince Harry's famous 2006 debutante pair. Very fashionable, even now :)

MattDell
Jul 26, 2012, 04:10 PM
Hmm.... might have to swing by if I can brave the crowds! I wonder how difficult it will be to get a set...

Navdakilla
Jul 26, 2012, 04:22 PM
Incoming eBay onslaught. I am sure someone will make a killing, especially considering they are free.

Exactly what I was thinking, this is somehow going to become a must have product

scottishsam
Jul 26, 2012, 04:31 PM
Staff in the Glasgow store have been wearing them for about a week. Along with the Canadian one.

sportsnapper
Jul 26, 2012, 04:38 PM
Reading too...

atrevers
Jul 26, 2012, 04:38 PM
Staff in the Glasgow store have been wearing them for about a week. Along with the Canadian one.

Alex Salmond has already been spotted trying to split the badges in half.

wordoflife
Jul 26, 2012, 04:39 PM
::books trip to London::

MrWillie
Jul 26, 2012, 04:43 PM
Hmmm... I wonder if i can get one shaped like a BB 9810 or 99xx ? :)

Zyphras
Jul 26, 2012, 04:44 PM
As an Irish person, I have always found the British tendency to stick the Union Flag absolutely everywhere extremely crass and imperialistic.

Reason077
Jul 26, 2012, 04:45 PM
As an Irish person, I have always found the British tendency to stick the Union Flag absolutely everywhere extremely crass and imperialistic.

Ever been to the USA? Canada? Switzerland? ;)

rmwebs
Jul 26, 2012, 04:47 PM
As an Irish person, I have always found the British tendency to stick the Union Flag absolutely everywhere extremely crass and imperialistic.

As a British person I can safely say that I've not seen a Union Jack hung anywhere in my city for ages...and its a big city.

It's nowhere near as bad (not sure thats the correct way of putting it) as in the US, where its seemingly common to have a flag hanging on the front of your house.

reclusive46
Jul 26, 2012, 04:47 PM
They are giving these in the Apple Store Chapelfield in Norwich, which is located way out of the M25 area.

MattDell
Jul 26, 2012, 04:50 PM
As an Irish person, I have always found the British tendency to stick the Union Flag absolutely everywhere extremely crass and imperialistic.

Only lately with the Jubilee and Olympics have they been doing it. Otherwise they hardly ever fly the flag.

Zyphras
Jul 26, 2012, 04:58 PM
Only lately with the Jubilee and Olympics have they been doing it. Otherwise they hardly ever fly the flag.

It's not just the flying of the full flag. It's Union Flag cushion, Union Flag key-rings, Union Flag iPad badges from Apple... I see them in live events on the BBC and other British channels all the time as well as in movies etc. When I was in France in 2010 there was a couple with a nice black convertible sports car, and the whole, large metal segment for the boot (trunk) was entirely painted as the union Flag. It's weird. I think many other countries, even including the States and others don't commoditise their national symbol nearly as much.

Anyway, I wish them the best. The disruption seems to annoy quite a few native Londoners though, judging from Twitter.

lostngone
Jul 26, 2012, 04:59 PM
Image (http://www.crestoflondon.co.uk/images/products/338/internet%20photography%20289.jpg)

The Queen would not approve!

Zyphras
Jul 26, 2012, 05:02 PM
The Queen would not approve!

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-KVwdQNjIQDU/TyqS-PRyjMI/AAAAAAAACqk/vjFVmrd4vr4/s1600/geri.jpg

miniroll32
Jul 26, 2012, 05:02 PM
Wow. That's not tacky at all.

Jealous much?

Jaffa Cake
Jul 26, 2012, 05:02 PM
When I was in France in 2010 there was a couple with a nice black convertible sports car, and the whole, large metal segment for the boot (trunk) was entirely painted as the union Flag.You could always beat them at their own game... ;)

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MattDell
Jul 26, 2012, 05:06 PM
It's not just the flying of the full flag. It's Union Flag cushion, Union Flag key-rings, Union Flag iPad badges from Apple... I see them in live events on the BBC and other British channels all the time as well as in movies etc. When I was in France in 2010 there was a couple with a nice black convertible sports car, and the whole, large metal segment for the boot (trunk) was entirely painted as the union Flag. Ugh. I think many other countries, even including the States and others don't commoditise their national symbol nearly as much.

Well it's much better than them flying the England flag all the time. Surely the Union flag is a better option? But like I said before, this is a year of national pride for Britain. Let them have it.

And as an American, I genuinely don't think there's anyone who comes close to how much we plaster our flag onto everything. Our athletes, who play in American-only sports against American-only teams, always have the US Flag on their jerseys. Politicians ALWAYS have to wear the American flag on their lapel for fear of being considered unpatriotic. And of course we have American flag cushions, key rings, etc. on top of all that.

Point being, living here as an American I've always appreciated the British sense of modesty when flying the flag. Though it's been equally nice seeing them take a bit of pride in it this year and displaying buntings and putting the flag up for a change. I doubt it will last into next year.

Queso
Jul 26, 2012, 05:08 PM
I doubt it will last into next year.
I don't know. Now that we see it annoys Zyphras so much it might be worth keeping them up a while :)

Zyphras
Jul 26, 2012, 05:10 PM
Well it's much better than them flying the England flag all the time. Surely the Union flag is a better option? But like I said before, this is a year of national pride for Britain. Let them have it.

And as an American, I genuinely don't think there's anyone who comes close to how much we plaster our flag onto everything. Our athletes, who play in American-only sports against American-only teams, always have the US Flag on their jerseys. Politicians ALWAYS have to wear the American flag on their lapel for fear of being considered unpatriotic. And of course we have American flag cushions, key rings, etc. on top of all that.

Point being, living here as an American I've always appreciated the British sense of modesty when flying the flag. Though it's been equally nice seeing them take a bit of pride in it this year and displaying buntings and putting the flag up for a change. I doubt it will last into next year.

Fair points. I guess depending on where we live, certain things are much more noticeable.

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You could always beat them at their own game... ;)

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Ouch!

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I don't know. Now that we see it annoys Zyphras so much it might be worth keeping them up a while :)

Thanks. :)

MattDell
Jul 26, 2012, 05:11 PM
I don't know. Now that we see it annoys Zyphras so much it might be worth keeping them up a while :)

Ah, the British sense of doing anything as long as it annoys the foreigners. ;)

Rocketman
Jul 26, 2012, 05:14 PM
I have always found the British . . . imperialistic.No ***** Sherlock. The British are imperialistic. Shocker!

TimTheEnchanter
Jul 26, 2012, 05:26 PM
Why not British Flag on underwear? :cool: It would sell like hot bread rolls! Sigh...

http://i.ytimg.com/vi/FM6owwj7zPk/0.jpg

Dr McKay
Jul 26, 2012, 05:29 PM
Yeah, but that's nothing special. ALL British underwear has the Union Flag on it by law already, although the Scottish are allowed to substitute with the Saltire if the wearer prefers.

Scottish people don't wear underwear, you go Commando under a Kilt. The Ignorance of some people ;)

RickyB
Jul 26, 2012, 05:40 PM
As an Irish person, I have always found the British tendency to stick the Union Flag absolutely everywhere extremely crass and imperialistic.

Imperialistic? How? And the Irish tricolour is plastered all over the place in Ireland in any case.

Queso
Jul 26, 2012, 05:43 PM
Scottish people don't wear underwear, you go Commando under a Kilt. The Ignorance of some people ;)
My apologies. I forgot the rules had changed after the SNP took power :)

PracticalMac
Jul 26, 2012, 05:48 PM
Expect BIG $$$ on eBay

mrgraff
Jul 26, 2012, 06:12 PM
Expect BIG $$$ on eBay

It will probably end up being cheaper to fly to London to get a pin than what collectors will be milked out of on eBay.

writingdevil
Jul 26, 2012, 07:10 PM
Wow. That's not tacky at all.

don't you love the laugh/fun license revokers passing judgement on things attendees probably would like.

don't know if "not tacky at all" is sarcasm or respect, though anybody who prefaces their work with "cool" deserves a higher rank on the tacky scale.

for me, i think the idea of the pin is 'cool' although that's a term my older bro used at uni, a bit sharked by now.

Shaun, UK
Jul 26, 2012, 07:23 PM
We have not confirmed the exact details on distribution of the pins, but we've heard that select stores will be distributing the free of charge while supplies last on select days.

Believe me if they're free they wont last long lol.

Hope they don't mix up the flags like in the football yesterday. Heaven forbid we should start World War 3 lol.

Please let them be available outside of London. We have parts of the Olympics to.

Go Team GB.

JD92
Jul 26, 2012, 07:35 PM
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zzLZHzz
Jul 26, 2012, 07:47 PM
want one of them.

Gemütlichkeit
Jul 26, 2012, 07:53 PM
Those would make good cufflinks

benwiggy
Jul 27, 2012, 01:50 AM
Why not British Flag on underwear? :cool: It would sell like hot bread rolls! Sigh...
Pampers are selling Special Edition nappies with the Union flag on them, "to support Team GB in the Olympics".

I'm not sure how what my daughter does in her nappies constitutes support for the team, but then I'm not in marketing.

Shaun, UK
Jul 27, 2012, 04:16 AM
As an Irish person, I have always found the British tendency to stick the Union Flag absolutely everywhere extremely crass and imperialistic.

I think you win the award for most pathetic comment of the year.

BillyBobBongo
Jul 27, 2012, 04:33 AM
As an Irish person, I have always found the British tendency to stick the Union Flag absolutely everywhere extremely crass and imperialistic.

Which is really weird since the rest of the world does it and no one comments about it, it's only us Brits that get viewed in a negative light when we do it.

I moved to Holland many years ago, and they'll take any excuse to break out the flags.

Nowt wrong with a bit of national pride.

Queso
Jul 27, 2012, 04:40 AM
Nowt wrong with a bit of national pride.
I don't think some realise it's different to how it was 30 years ago. We break out the Union Flag now for the right reasons, basically to celebrate or to party.

But you know, if people want to see it as it was that's their issue to work through, not ours.

Fresh Tendrils
Jul 27, 2012, 04:41 AM
As an Irish person, I have always found the British tendency to stick the Union Flag absolutely everywhere extremely crass and imperialistic.

As an Irish person, I have no problem with it. As someone else said, they don't have Union Jack's everywhere all the time. It's just on special days. We do the same on Saint Patrick's Day and other special occasions.

MH01
Jul 27, 2012, 05:43 AM
Like how they used the union jack to avoid any legal implications of using Olympic logos. ;)

Trix10
Jul 27, 2012, 06:04 AM
My eldest daughter just walked into our local Apple store (We are in a town about an hour from London) and got me one :) She said they are just laying on the tables in boxes, so it is help yourself

So, sent her back for a few more :p

They told her there are 4 to collect, on 4 different days

hankdesign
Jul 27, 2012, 07:15 AM
Just got mine, I didnt see them lying around on tables as would of got more. WIll look on way home. Any US friends interested in any?

cambookpro
Jul 27, 2012, 07:26 AM
My eldest daughter just walked into our local Apple store (We are in a town about an hour from London) and got me one :) She said they are just laying on the tables in boxes, so it is help yourself

So, sent her back for a few more :p

They told her there are 4 to collect, on 4 different days

Town an hour away isn't Reading is it? Cause I'm only a ten minute walk to the aStore, so may look later!

Trix10
Jul 27, 2012, 07:32 AM
Town an hour away isn't Reading is it? Cause I'm only a ten minute walk to the aStore, so may look later!

Close :) Basingstoke here.

johnybarkerr
Jul 27, 2012, 07:35 AM
I wonder if some customers will sell them for prices making their "purchase" free. There will be some Applenatics out there paying it, right?

Zyphras
Jul 27, 2012, 07:36 AM
All of you are failing to see my distinction between the actual flying of the full flag (which is fine) and the crass commercialisation of a national symbol. It's not national pride if it's jingoism. If anything I say this out of respect and compassion for your national symbol rather than anything politically critical.

Teeohbee
Jul 27, 2012, 07:45 AM
It's just a badge mate!

Anyway, got mine :)

Steve121178
Jul 27, 2012, 07:50 AM
As an Irish person, I have always found the British tendency to stick the Union Flag absolutely everywhere extremely crass and imperialistic.

http://carlparmenter.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/st-patrick-s-day-parade-589901381.jpg

Cringe-o-rama!

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Scottish people don't wear underwear, you go Commando under a Kilt. The Ignorance of some people ;)

That's only because they are too tight to pay for underwear... ;)

cambookpro
Jul 27, 2012, 07:52 AM
Close :) Basingstoke here.

Will check Reading later anyway :p

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Just got mine, I didnt see them lying around on tables as would of got more. WIll look on way home. Any US friends interested in any?

Did you have to buy anything to get them?

hankdesign
Jul 27, 2012, 07:58 AM
Will check Reading later anyway :p

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Did you have to buy anything to get them?

Nope all for free. I tried to get a full set out of the assistant but they said they were doing it over 4 days and then would start again. :)

Zyphras
Jul 27, 2012, 08:22 AM
Image (http://carlparmenter.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/st-patrick-s-day-parade-589901381.jpg)

Cringe-o-rama![COLOR="#808080"]

We call that "Paddywhackery" and rightly so. I'm glad it only occurs on St. Patrick's Day, and it's frequently American tourists who are the worst. It also occurs in many other parts of the world on Patrick's Day, interestingly enough.

Shogo
Jul 27, 2012, 08:59 AM
Just got mine, I didnt see them lying around on tables as would of got more. WIll look on way home. Any US friends interested in any?

How about Canadian ones? :)

Wilder
Jul 27, 2012, 10:12 AM
All of you are failing to see my distinction between the actual flying of the full flag (which is fine) and the crass commercialisation of a national symbol. It's not national pride if it's jingoism. If anything I say this out of respect and compassion for your national symbol rather than anything politically critical.

http://cdn.static.ovimg.com/episode/303916.jpg

It's mostly for tourists.

Queso
Jul 27, 2012, 10:15 AM
All of you are failing to see my distinction between the actual flying of the full flag (which is fine) and the crass commercialisation of a national symbol. It's not national pride if it's jingoism. If anything I say this out of respect and compassion for your national symbol rather than anything politically critical.
Those who wear it, use cups with it, have it on their bags etc. aren't being jingoistic. They're using it as a fashion statement. It's part of the way 1960s style has returned into fashion. The Union Flag was part of that.

cambookpro
Jul 27, 2012, 11:35 AM
Nope all for free. I tried to get a full set out of the assistant but they said they were doing it over 4 days and then would start again. :)

Got two from the Reading store today!

The employees seemed to just be holding them, so I went up and asked and they just gave me and my friend one.

Shaun, UK
Jul 27, 2012, 11:51 AM
I asked at my local AppleStore today and was told they are just something for staff to wear and they didn't have any for customers. :(

hankdesign
Jul 27, 2012, 01:55 PM
How about Canadian ones? :)

off course :)

AppleAlex!
Jul 27, 2012, 02:41 PM
I managed to get 7 out of my local apple store today, so I'm happy :)

Zyphras
Jul 27, 2012, 04:52 PM
Imperialistic? How? And the Irish tricolour is plastered all over the place in Ireland in any case.

Empire = imperial. Duh.


Those who wear it, use cups with it, have it on their bags etc. aren't being jingoistic. They're using it as a fashion statement. It's part of the way 1960s style has returned into fashion. The Union Flag was part of that.

No. It's a crass, jingoistic fetishisation of an imperialist nation state. It's always the likes of Britain or the States that do it by far the most.

rctlr
Jul 29, 2012, 03:50 AM
Flying the UK Flag is not imperialistic - it's simple patriotism.
No one here can argue with that.
As for jingoism - every country does it - because they are proud and rightly so. Try preaching anti-patriotic rubbish like that at the olympic park over the next couple of weeks.

I picked up a white ipad on Friday, and a black iphone yesterday, and have been told to just turn up today to get another.

Gomff
Jul 29, 2012, 05:57 AM
According to some embittered nations, we the British (and worst of all the English amongst us) aren't allowed to feel any pride in our nation, ever. This is because we must personally carry some sort of burden of shame for some historical events which were admittedly not our finest hour.

The truth is that most British people who are patriotic, feel that way because of recent historical events that have occurred after the second world war. The formation of the welfare state, the National Health Service, innovations and inventions in technology and industry, British music and arts, the multi cultural aspect of British society which has in the main been successful and so on. We're by no means perfect but we're not a bad bunch either.

peacenfunk
Jul 29, 2012, 06:53 AM
According to some embittered nations, we the British (and worst of all the English amongst us) aren't allowed to feel any pride in our nation, ever. This is because we must personally carry some sort of burden of shame for some historical events which were admittedly not our finest hour.

The truth is that most British people who are patriotic, feel that way because of recent historical events that have occurred after the second world war. The formation of the welfare state, the National Health Service, innovations and inventions in technology and industry, British music and arts, the multi cultural aspect of British society which has in the main been successful and so on. We're by no means perfect but we're not a bad bunch either.

Hear Hear!!

cjmillsnun
Jul 29, 2012, 07:20 AM
According to some embittered nations, we the British (and worst of all the English amongst us) aren't allowed to feel any pride in our nation, ever. This is because we must personally carry some sort of burden of shame for some historical events which were admittedly not our finest hour.

The truth is that most British people who are patriotic, feel that way because of recent historical events that have occurred after the second world war. The formation of the welfare state, the National Health Service, innovations and inventions in technology and industry, British music and arts, the multi cultural aspect of British society which has in the main been successful and so on. We're by no means perfect but we're not a bad bunch either.

There is nothing more that needs to be added to that. Spot on!

rctlr
Jul 29, 2012, 07:41 AM
Besides, they're only badges.

:)

Queso
Jul 29, 2012, 10:14 AM
No. It's a crass, jingoistic fetishisation of an imperialist nation state. It's always the likes of Britain or the States that do it by far the most.
When you've grown past your "Angry Young Man" phase let us know eh?

Who is best placed to tell you the feelings behind British people using the image of our flag, a Brit or an outsider?

olowott
Jul 29, 2012, 01:09 PM
I so want one!!

This is what happens when you leave london before the Olympics!!

danderton
Jul 30, 2012, 05:31 AM
i got one of these yesterday at the Apple store in Reading. They were just spread around the shop.

Ubuntu
Jul 30, 2012, 06:30 AM
I so want one!!

This is what happens when you leave london before the Olympics!!

I'll be going to the local apple store at some point. If you really want one I can try to get one and mail it to you. For free, of course.

peacenfunk
Jul 30, 2012, 07:52 AM
Has anyone had any luck with getting the badges from the Birmingham Bullring Store?
Haven't had time to get down there but really want the badges!

olowott
Jul 30, 2012, 04:28 PM
I'll be going to the local apple store at some point. If you really want one I can try to get one and mail it to you. For free, of course.

wow, that'll be awesome, loads of respect for you!
inbox you my address.

Thanks a lot

Ubuntu
Jul 30, 2012, 06:42 PM
wow, that'll be awesome, loads of respect for you!
inbox you my address.

Thanks a lot

Sure, no problem. Do you have any preference on which pin you'd like? I think it's a different one each day but if that's the case I can call ahead to check which one's available. I'm in no rush to go to the store so let me know.

olowott
Jul 31, 2012, 12:21 PM
Sure, no problem. Do you have any preference on which pin you'd like? I think it's a different one each day but if that's the case I can call ahead to check which one's available. I'm in no rush to go to the store so let me know.

Any pin would do, am really lucky to even get one, cheers:D

Shogo
Jul 31, 2012, 11:23 PM
off course :)


I would gladly pay for postage. :) Can I send you my physical address privately if that's ok ?

Dkrogh
Aug 4, 2012, 11:27 PM
I completed the set today!

class77
Aug 5, 2012, 02:41 AM
Trading pins is really fun. I traded US pins at several Curtis Cup matches I attended and got all kinds of neat Irish, Scottish and British pins.

RickyB
Aug 7, 2012, 05:52 PM
Empire = imperial.

I know that. Now explain to me how the use of the union flag in this way is imperialistic.

TomAndrews
Aug 9, 2012, 10:07 AM
Does anyone have a spare black iPhone pin? It's the only one I'm missing from the set, and I don't think I'd be able to make it to an apple store before the end of the Olympics! I tried to get one today in London, but they had none left (I think today is the last day of the black iPhone ones).
If someone does have a spare (or 2) I could swap a couple of my iPad ones...!

Thanks :-)

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