The best story is Fake Steve Job's report on how those two "frigtards" were removed from the store - "frigtard" being a word Fake Steve Job uses a lot, instead of the heavier - sometimes more deserved - and not safe for work version.
From th Mercury News: "Earlier this week, the four teenagers said they were depressed about not being able to visit their favorite store again."
This reminds me of the local Telecom New Zealand store. Other day I was there waiting in line to get something done with my account (oh yes, porting out of Vodafone New Zealand to Telecom New Zealand) and noticed a PC available for customers to use.
Customers? Next thing I noticed is a bunch of schoolgirls getting up from a table in the food court nearby - after getting their tummies full of delicious McDonald's burgers and fries and milkshakes and apple pies and soda - and just because they have nothing better to do they walk in droves to the store and start using the PC to check their Bebo pages, MySpace and whatever else they use these days.
And not a single one of them could even bother to say thank you to the people in store after they moved again, like a cloud, to the next stop.
"Please" and "Thank you" were dearly missed.
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