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  1. It’s just a glass cube at street level and the store is underground? That’s freaking cool!

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  2. Yeah. It’s all underground. 24/7/365. Amazing, that Steve guy. Amazing.

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  3. That line is fucking retarded.

    I could understand it if people were there in line waiting to win a free laptop—but so many people there already have a laptop.

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  4. G’day mate!

    Was surfing the net and came across your blog. Reads better than post American tabloids I view. Shall definately come back to learn more about what it is you do and see in New York.

    All the best, and thanks.

    Bondi (in Melbourne)

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  5. G’day mate!

    Was surfing the net and came across your blog. Reads better than post American tabloids I view. Shall definately come back to learn more about what it is you do and see in New York.

    All the best, and thanks.

    Bondi (in Melbourne)

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  6. G’day mate!

    Was surfing the net and came across your blog. Reads better than most American tabloids I view. Shall definately come back to learn more about what it is you do and see in New York.

    All the best, and thanks.

    Bondi (in Melbourne)

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  7. Oh shit, and now I don’t know what I’m doing. . . Yep, shit happens!

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  8. oh wow, that is INSANE!

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  9. hehehe macolytes are funny.

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  10. Bondi, no worries. I have done that here as well.

    I’d delete the other two, but then the last one wouldn’t make sense. :] And I found that one charming.

    Charlie, I know! they’re the new trekkis!

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  11. “they’re the new trekkis!”

    You should make that into a tshirt

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  12. I immediately thought of you when I read this news story: http://www.engadget.com/2006/05/29/jobs-glass-elevator-locks-in-group-customers/

    The opportunities for snarky comments are just… endless.

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