A Zoological Survey of Indigenous Expo Fauna. And Stuff.

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A Zoological Survey of Indigenous Expo Fauna. And Stuff.



5. The Man Who Hates Pants, Part 2: Way more comfortable with himself than the rest of us will ever be. But it’s neither the calves nor the toes that inspires fear in humans. It’s the decadent mane that says, “Things have never been the same since they ditched the rainbow icon.”


6. The Black- and Red-Bereted GENTS: You haven’t successfully “birded” a Mac Expo until you’ve spotted both variations of this remarkable specimen. The black variation is noteworthy for its third eye, a common mutation.


7. The Booth Scavenger: Scouring the show floor like an army of ravenous mites, the Booth Scavenger performs the invaluable service of relieving vendors of their unwanted schwag. These examples have just begun their daily foraging. By nightfall they will be fat and turgid with goodie bags aplenty.


8. Thinking Differently: The King of the Expo Jungle needs no introduction.




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I know I had a good time with this. Thanks and keep it up please. I love you guys. Well, love in a friend way. Not love as in you're getting something special on Valentine's Day. Although, if Rob Capps where still there, I'd be all over that. Oops, shared too much I think.

Seriously though, I like the humor and it's why I stick with you folks at MacLife.


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The smug reporter with column inches to fill and nothing to say. How about a story about Macs instead of trying (in vain I might add) to be funny?



Here, here, Mr. Coward, sir! I couldn't agree more. Mac news, please, macLife people -- leave humor to the pros.



Lighten up guys! They'll report news when there's news to report. They don't have to write columns like these, but they do, so some of us don't die of boredom while we wait for our 30 min FCP sequence to render.

I like the humor (as mild as it may be), so keep it coming. I trust you'll report news when it comes in, just like you've ALWAYS done.

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