It totally is, a hardcore RTS gamer with such a bad judge of character that he uses cellphones to interpret people, looking for a roommate. hahahaha
I'm quite tired of all the "iRections" myself.. but not to the point of letting it make my life choices.
I'm laughing at the fact that this guy is willing to pay $1,400 a month.....For a room!
I've got a 1,200 sq. ft. house on 3.5 acres, for HALF of that:eek::p
As I post this on my iPhone, I actually agree but not just iPhone owners. I hate big cell phone braggers. I don't brag about my phone because it's not unique in any way. A million people own it and there's better phones out. But when people try to go on and on about their droid, ugh! The only, ONLY reason I have an iPhone over a droid, I like that my car has a cable for an iPod and at work (retail electronics) I have docks that I can just dock it in to use the iPod where droid people carry around a mini to RCA cord. That's it.
However, there are many people where I work that will go on forever about their Droid and how they rooted it and have hundreds of Nintendo games, etc. This is a daily occurrence and I have learned to tune it out but the Starcraft junkie that posted that ad is deluded if he thinks people that obsess over tech are limited to Apple products.
again: personal experience only. No generalizations beyond my world are implied!
Ultimately though, if someone you knew went on an on about the same thing every time you saw them and it slowly pushed you to your breaking point, I wouldn't blame you for actively trying to avoid re-living a similar situation again.
In Chicago, he lives with a college friend. "He’s a really big Mac guy, he's always kind of inundating me with information about how sexy his new iPhone is," he said. "Lots of iPhone talk. Completely unsolicited. I just can't take it anymore."
Hilarious. I have had an iPhone for just over a week now, but it is really nothing special and I don't brag about it. I actually dislike most Apple products (I gave up on iPod and went Zune HD). I have it only because I wanted to spend less than $100 on my new phone upon contract renewal and the iPhone was my favorite in that price range. AT&T doesn't offer the phones I like more.