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So you've seen the one where a Samsung Galaxy S II owner torments the line of waiting iPhone faithful. "Samsunged," they call it.

Wrap your head around this: Here's a video of the No. 1 BlackBerry Fanboy (no, really) Kevin Michaluk and Mobile Nations' Gary Mazo showing off the new iPad, outside a Miami Apple store line of people ... waiting for iPads. 

Makes your head spin. More at iMore.com.

 
There are 12 comments

MHUM says:

"Reading the New York Times or a book on this is going to be an amazing experience."

oooookkkkkkkaaayyyyy

dontgotone says:

Forrest Gump at 4:26!!! Not even kidding...

Sploinkin says:

What was Crackberry Kevin doing in Miami?

jimmyk0789 says:

Don't throw it high lol watch over your head shorty

Green_Laser says:

lincoln road :-D
ok Asus, NOW can you release yours?? (you know the TF 700)

jazzbassist1 says:

Best part of that video was seeing my man Justin Finch, the news anchor who worked for Channel One news when I was in high school. That was quite a blast from the past

kenyee says:

Well that was a waste of 6min :-P

Must be a sign of the crackberry apocalypse if Kevin is a traitor :-)

hfm says:

Wait, the apocalypse HASN'T happened for BB?

The government is covering it up.... Just saying!!!

exspyguy says:

I don't get it. Why did we watch this again?

I got to tell you.... The New Ipad must not be that big of a thing here in Philadelphia. Just went for a walk around town with the wife and both the Apple Store and Spring Board Media Store had many instock and no lines to speak of.

Jack in NC says:

Lemme make sure I got this right... they were at Walmart at 11p the night before to wait in line to buy the new iPad. But, they didn't actually do anything with said iPads, they left them in the boxes and showed up at an Apple store iPad line the following morning to taunt the people in line.

So... (stay with me here)... they drove to and waited in front of *two* stores selling new iPads, and got no net gain (with the possible exception of getting their iMore t-shirts on a brief local TV clip).

Mmm-kay.