You may have heard rumors of the Obama phone if you listen to Rush Limbaugh or, if you are an old person, you may have forwarded an email about it to your grandchildren. Fact checkers have tried to disprove the existence of the Obama phone using facts. But now the world has all the proof it needs. According to this very credible-looking source, "everybody in Cleveland, no minority, got an Obama phone."
We have no reason to doubt her! We already know iPhone users are often big city liberals who, unlike welfare recipients, are prone to standing in long lines. We wondered what else the ObamaPhone had in common with the new iPhone 5…
Tags: Apple, Barack Obama, Nerdiness, Ohio, Science & Technology
The Mitt Romney campaign is not the only operation that has experienced a "reset" in recent days: The much-awaited iPhone 5 hit Apple's shelves early this morning. Reviews have been mixed, with many commenting that the new version is much like the old, just repackaged in a more colorful container.
The new version of what, you ask? That's often hard to discern, since the main difference between Romney and an iPhone is the latter's paucity of plastic. Despite this, editors and writers often attribute human pronouns to Romney, so for the purposes of this challenge, all identifiers have been changed to PRODUCT and personal pronouns replaced with IT.
First, The Reviews of the iPhone 5 and Mitt Romney
1. "What's striking about PRODUCT is what's missing: a compelling story about what distinguishes IT from ITS competitors."
2. "Another bland and boring PRODUCT."
Tags: Apple, Mitt Romney, Science & Technology
Chose your team… er, uh, political party. Plan a campaign strategy. Then prepare to best your opponent at national and political trivia in order to gain voters' support and be the first party with enough Electoral College to win the game and impose your hard-nosed brand of ideology upon your vanquished opponents. Pretty much exactly how real politicking works.
Do you know…
Which 2012 presidential candidate's non-political experiences include selling Whoppers and pizza?
Which Florida senator has been called the "Crown Prince" of the Tea Party movement?
What publication did Benjamin Franklin write annually for 26 years?
If so, you may have what it takes to rule the world!!!
Or at least the country.
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Tags: Apple, Games and Challenges, Science & Technology