Something Cooking @ the Grove?

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by 512ke, May 3, 2004.

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    512ke

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    For whatever it's worth, I was at the Apple Store at the Grove (LA) tonight May 3 2004 from 6 to 6:30 pm (PST). Something was happening. Decorations were being taken down. The unusually large crowd of black t-shirt wearing employees were all talking. "Are you staying all night?" "Yeah I'm gotta be here until 5 a.m." "When are we unpacking the boxes?" Etc etc etc. Perhaps the boxes are just filled with new promotional materials or store decorations. Probably it's irrelevant. However, I wanted to share the latest Mac minutiae with other Apple lovers. :)
     
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    G5orbust

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    wow awesome. I wonder if something will come of this...
     
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    PowerMacMan

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    Another one of my extreme mood swings... Apple might be releasing something... :rolleyes:

    Cause I CAN'T sleep until they do... :(
     
  4. macrumors regular

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    well whatever it was, it didn't happen today -- you should go back if you can and see if you notice any changes....if you dont see any then they mighta been talkin about next tuesday or something :p
     
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    Macmaniac

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    Everything points to new G5 Powerbooks, I'm sorry I could not help myself! :p :rolleyes: :cool: ;) :D :eek: :eek:
     
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    superbovine

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    most retails store in the spring time have their employee hop an all night shift to redo their ads and displays from winter to spring.
     
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    512ke

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    Probably you're right

    I'll see if I can check back into that Apple store just for grins at some point this week. However, I think you're right. Sounds like those "boxes" were full of something other than a major product update or introduction!
     

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