I emailed Steve Jobs

ouimetnick

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i emailed this to sjobs@apple.com. Is that the right one? Or is it steve@apple.com or even steve@mac.com?

Dear Mr. Jobs,
I am an Apple fanboy... a bit young for my age I suppose. I'm only 14, but really love the world of technology. Apple, Intel, iPhone 3GS, and other computer related things. I just was curious If you could personally sign a picture, a set of Apple stickers, or something with you signature on them. I would be the luckiest kid in the world to have it. And My mother is looking into buying a MacBook pro 13inch soon. But with the C2D being discontinued this summer, what will Apple do? I understand you wouldn't actually tell me though. The entire rumors mill is hoping for Arrendale in the new notebooks, but you guys know best. Along with you signature, could I have Phil Schiller, Scott Forstall, and Johnny Ives? I'm not expecting you to respond to this email, as you have more important things to work on like the iPad release, OSX 10.6.3, and the next iPhone. I can't wait to see you in the next keynote! ;)

Thanks again, and I will really appreciate it it I can get a personally signed thing by you.

All the Best,
Nicholas Ouimet

Fanboy sense November 2007- first iPod touch.
 

GoCubsGo

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Oh christ. Really?
You should have just written to Apple PR.


Errr I mean I hope you get your schwag kid.
 

leomac08

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I will really appreciate it it I can get a personally signed thing by you.

All the Best,
Nicholas Ouimet

Fanboy sense November 2007- first iPod touch.
WOW! I give you a golf clap kid.:D

Don't be surprised if an Apple Representative responds and gives you stuff like brochures and stickers this has happened before.:rolleyes:
 

ouimetnick

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When i went to their headquarters, I bought an AC adapter at the Company Store. I also bought a t-shirt. They gave me Apple stickers and Apple branded bic pens. I also purchased a nice pen. My brother got a mug. And MacDawg, that defective iPhone has been replaced about a month ago. I also broke my Original iPhone.:( So I have a defect free iPhone. probably the best one I'll get... ever.
 

Melrose

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Steve would appreciate good punctuation, spelling and grammar. Me, personally, I would have double checked a few things before sending the email off (or, sent a SASE - which is the common method of doing this sort of thing).

But, he may surprise you and send back a signed MacBook Pro 17". There's always hope. A Loooooooooot of hope.
 

ethical

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But, he may surprise you and send back a signed MacBook Pro 17". There's always hope. A Loooooooooot of hope.
I that works then I shotgun the next email!!1!!one!

Wanna get in there quick, before everyone starts doing it ;)
 

Melrose

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I that works then I shotgun the next email!!1!!one!

Wanna get in there quick, before everyone starts doing it ;)
LOLZ! i know, right??? i' ll totaly go do it me too an get me a new mac!!! :D


...all the same, I do remember when I used to do things like that. Sweet innocence of youth, eh?

brightside I wouldn't worry too much. I Googled him and as it turns out he's an ex-Marine and wrestling champ living in Maine.
 

jesterscourt

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Where are the parents when you need them?

But no, on a serious note, it's good to be excited about something. Best of luck to you.