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September 1, 2011

Apple loses another iPhone prototype in another bar

Was it perhaps an iBar?

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Again? Apple reportedly loses another iPhone prototype in another bar

An Apple employee reportedly left an iPhone prototype at Cava22, a Mexican restaurant and bar in San Francisco.

(CNN) -- Here's a theory: Maybe there's some sort of connection between drinking and losing things?

Exhibit A: Last year, an Apple employee reportedly left a pre-release version of the iPhone 4 in a German beer hall in Silicon Valley. The gadget blog Gizmodo proceeded to buy the phone for $5,000 and splashed the details all over the Internet.

And exhibit B: Another Apple employee this summer appears to have left a prototype iPhone in a Mexican bar and restaurant in San Francisco's Mission District, according to a report on Wednesday from the tech site CNET.


Introducing the Apple iPlank

Next time try eBay!

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Introducing the Apple iPlank

The Smoking Gun provides the details: Ashley McDowell, from Spartanburg, S.C., was at the fast food restaurant when two men asked her if she wanted to buy an iPad. They showed her a brand new iPad and told her they’d give her one just like it for $300.

She talked them down to $180 and they gave her a FedEx box from the trunk of their Impala.

Lo and behold, when she opened the box, she found out she was an iDiot.

Instead of a much-beloved tablet computer, she was the proud owner of a piece of wood painted black and adorned with Apple and Best Buy stickers.

iHope she got a receipt.
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August 30, 2011

Boy ‘too noisy to play outside’

If an average 4yo is too noisy I can only imaging what they would say about my #ASD 9.5yo Tazmanian Devil. Absolutely ridiculous!

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Boy ‘too noisy to play outside’

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Like most boys his age, Alfie Lansdell can spend hours playing happily in his garden.

But playtime could soon be over for the boisterous four-year-old after a neighbour complained to council officials that he was too noisy.

As a result, his parents have been warned that if he doesn’t keep quiet, they will be issued with an abatement order and could face a £5 000 fine.

Alfie, who starts primary school next month, has always played in the 8ft by 8ft front garden at the family’s end-of-terrace home without a problem until now.

But the letter from the council’s environmental health team claims he is a “noise nuisance”.