Why is Apple's clock ten minutes fast??

skubish

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Feb 2, 2005
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Why is Apple's clock ten minutes fast?
When I check my order status the timing of the last update is always 10 minutes ahead of the current time.
 

spinne1

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skubish said:
Why is Apple's clock ten minutes fast?
When I check my order status the timing of the last update is always 10 minutes ahead of the current time.
How do you think Apple keeps coming up with such innovative ideas? They are not even existing in our space-time continuim. They simply sneak around in other R & D departments in another phase so they are invisible ten minutes ahead of the rest of us! These ideas are quickly stolen, the original ideas altered so that the other companies flop, and then Apple releases the ideas as their own! Brilliant!
 

Sean7512

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Jun 8, 2005
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spinne1 said:
How do you think Apple keeps coming up with such innovative ideas? They are not even existing in our space-time continuim. They simply sneak around in other R & D departments in another phase so they are invisible ten minutes ahead of the rest of us! These ideas are quickly stolen, the original ideas altered so that the other companies flop, and then Apple releases the ideas as their own! Brilliant!
HAHA, nice!!
 

OryHara

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Nov 22, 2004
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San Bruno, CA
spinne1 said:
How do you think Apple keeps coming up with such innovative ideas? They are not even existing in our space-time continuim. They simply sneak around in other R & D departments in another phase so they are invisible ten minutes ahead of the rest of us! These ideas are quickly stolen, the original ideas altered so that the other companies flop, and then Apple releases the ideas as their own! Brilliant!
LO ***** L
 

zulgand04

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Jul 16, 2002
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Northborough, MA
spinne1 said:
How do you think Apple keeps coming up with such innovative ideas? They are not even existing in our space-time continuim. They simply sneak around in other R & D departments in another phase so they are invisible ten minutes ahead of the rest of us! These ideas are quickly stolen, the original ideas altered so that the other companies flop, and then Apple releases the ideas as their own! Brilliant!


"Oh $#&%, they've caught on. Maybe i'll change processors again to throw them off... hmmm na already did that." Steve Jobs :rolleyes:

lol but seriously thats a pretty good theory