Thursday, April 1, 2010

Another Chinese lawsuit … quelle surprise !

What did I say, what did I say? This is how the Chinese are operating, now. First Google, now Apple. I think Dear Leader was meeting with Squirrel Boy to temporarily bury the hatchet so they can formulate a plan on dealing with these nice commun-tard-turned capitalist-pigs.

China:Hey Fester, now you're my Patsy!

Fester thinks making nice with China is good business, but apparently somebody didn’t watch The Empire Strikes Back.

Our Future ... 'cept me, I'm moving to New Zealand

Believe me, Microsoft is going to be next. And then, when China makes it move on Taiwan, and we send our ships in – KA-ZAPPPP! – an EMP blast over North America, no electric grid, no internet, no running cars, trucks, trains – it’s back to 1812, and we’re the third world developing nation.

And friggin’ Beck, Limbaugh and O’Reilly will blame it on Obama, but that’s OK, because with no radio, TV, internet, telephone, cable or satellite, no one will be able to hear or see their silly mugs en masse again.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

iPad Rip-Offs in China:It’s happening

The story in PCW here. Of course the polite language is that rival Chinese

underage Asians making iPad clones

manufacturers are taking an interest. The truth is, they’re already making knockoffs and are going to try to sue Apple for ripping them off. Chutzpah! Cajones! The nerve! Remember folks, don’t buy any questionable crap on ebay based in Hong Kong or any other questionable knock-offs from Asia (or any other off continent source, especially Antarctica, freakin’ freetard penguinistas!), always buy from Apple or approved and vetted Apple resellers.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

We insist on the highest standards for all the children who work for us in China

It’s true that we’ve found a few cases where some of our suppliers have hired underage workers in China. To our credit, we published this information ourselves, on our Web site. Also, let’s be clear — we’re talking about 15-year-old kids, who lied about their age and pretended to be 16 so they could get a job. I know the press is going to go nuts about this, and you’ll be seeing sensationalist headlines about us hiring children to make iPods. Well, I suppose it sells papers. But the truth is, I was working when I was 15. I bet you were too. Didn’t hurt me, and I don’t think it hurt the kids who were working in our factories. But anyway, we all have to play along and pretend to be contrite. But the truth is, we treat the kids in our factories better than any other company on earth, and frankly, I’m damn proud of that.