Its all fun and games until the lawyers arrive. The way it works today, if you say ridiculous things on a news interview, there is a good chance someone is going to put it online. If it is popular online, there is a good chance someone is going to make a funny song about it. And, if the song is popular, there is good chance someone is going to start selling it. Now, at what point do you get back involved in the process you started? Right there at the last part -- when someone starts selling it, and is not paying you for saying ridiculous things in the first place. And, since you are suing people anyway, why not include Apple, too? Welcome to the way things work today.