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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ijen0311, Apr 26, 2010.
Oh man, that was too funny!
I love, "that's a coincidence because I sell other people's belongings." ROFL.
On his blog Scott Adams admits that he didn't change anything exept to put Wally in the middle of it. The story didn't need anything else to be funny. It was already funny on its own.
To me, that's the best indication of how silly this whole thing has been.
Exactly, to the point of almost being too good to be true.
Funny, but why would they ever give Wally a top secret phone?
Glad he put them in his blog, since by June this story will be somewhat ancient history. As will speculation on the next iPhone maybe.
Gizmodo should have registered the story of how the prototype iPhone was found as some sort of intellectual content, and they'll probably make even more money from this ordeal.