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Discussion in 'Community' started by ShaolinMiddleFinger, Oct 24, 2002.
I just simply can't believe this.....
Poor Ellen, I'd hate to be her right now.
I think that website is horrible.....I feel sorry for Ellen Feiss right now.
whats really sad is the person who got the most votes for the look alike
i see where they get the name macfreak from..
total... well.. FREAKS!!!!!!
Now I see why some windoze users think we're like a cult.. (shiver)
I think that the second one from the left looks a lot like her
none of them look like her...only the real ellen looks like her
You're telling me that you don't see the resemblence?
I will only vote if they include a picture of a stoned monkey, or Jar Jar Binks...
I'd love to see what a stoned monkey looks like.
sad thing is that they're almost all men, and that no one looks at all like her.
i know at least 2 people who resemble her at least slightly..... bah
I saw a scary thing on Saturday. Driving in Berkeley (or was it SF?... whatever) is bad enough usually, but I think I saw a member of the Ellen Feiss cult. Decked out in the full grey sweatshirt, green shirt outfit, this person was standing on a street corner, alone, talking to no one in particular. Now normally, I would just attribute it to the general insanity of those places (now that I think about it, it was Berkeley, I'm pretty sure... even San Franciscans aren't that crazy), but then they pulled a blonde wig out of a bag, put it on, and did up the hair to be almost exactly like Ellen Feiss. Truly scary. I have a feeling that the motions and words they were (nearly) chanting were the lines from the switch ad.
On a separate but related note, the whole reason I was in Berkeley was for a Quizbowl (arcane and generally useless trivia game/varsity high school sport; aka Collegebowl in some places.) tournament. One of the sets of bonus questions was about... Apple Switch ads! Unfortunately, I actually missed one of them. The three answers were Tony Hawk (got it) Kelly Slater (the one I missed) and... Ellen Feiss (got that one easily). I really beat myself up over missing the Kelly Slater one for a while... but the funniest thing was the question with Ellen Feiss as the answer: something to the effect of "This switcher, a female student, has been, for some reason, the most effective ad. She is a student who has, since the ad's debut, become nearly a cult icon in certain Mac circles, with websites devoted..." The clue was actually longer than that, but by the word cult, I knew the answer instantly, and didn't hear the end of the question .
Just an interesting little anecdote I thought I'd share.