Is “There’s something in the air” an anagram for the big announcement? - Macenstein

Is “There’s something in the air” an anagram for the big announcement?

God, I hope not… none of these sounds overly appealing.

Above: Apple’s MW 2008 catch phrase.

Above: Hmm…. Well, the new MacBooks are supposed to be thin… if it was a Leopard threesome, then maybe…

Above: I think that expo was just held in Vegas…

Above: Maybe a message to Greenpeace about how eco-friendly the new Macs will be?

Above: Well, Apple’s products are addicting, but this just seems to convey a bad message.

Above: My GOD! That just sounds horrible.

Well, I’m going to have to go with a “no” here. The only way “There’s something in the air” could be an anagram for something is if the writer’s strike has affected Apple’s marketing department as well. None of these slogans conveys Apple’s innovative spirit very well, and could only be the work of scabs.

Although, just to see if he could, I’d love to see Steve try to sell “Intestine shit hemorrhage” on stage. I’m thinking he might be able to pull it off.

2 Responses to “Is “There’s something in the air” an anagram for the big announcement?”
  1. Steven Haskayne says:

    I think it isnt an anagram but the word air is an acronym, A.I.R + Apple ITunes Rentals.

    Think about it, Macbook Air, the name sucks. Although i thought the nano “fatty” sucked until i saw it on launch day……

    im so excited

    “drooling” (in the style of Homer Simpson)

  2. m says:

    unfortunately, it was the last one.

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