Fake Interview With Steve Jobs Satirizes Apple & iMac

Observer Jeep Hauser alerted us about a funny fake interview with Steve Jobs that takes aim at Appleis industrial design, and the companyis focus on style as an important part of selling computers. The "interview" was posted by BBspot, a site that bills itself as "a satirical news and comedy source and meant to be funny.  If you are easily offended, gullible or donit have a sense of humor we suggest you go elsewhere." Here is a couple of Q&Ais from the "interview:"

RALF:  Hi Steve, I understand that there will be a lot of new Apple models coming out with the release of OS X.  Please tell us about them.

STEVE:  Ok.  First off, all of the new iMacs will come with new foil flower patterns implanted into the plastic case.  Some of the higher end models will also have little fairies, elves, and a dragon or two.

RALF:  Um, well, ok, Tell us about the new OS X operating system.

STEVE:  OS X will probably ship in a blue box with a red X on the cover.  We are considering  putting one of those cool security holograms on the package, or maybe even print it on the CD its self.

Read the whole thing, it is quite funny, though many Macheads might take offense. Donit, it seems as if it was offered in good spirit. BBspot has also taken swipes at Microsoft executive Jim Allchin with "Allchin Says Seattle Quake Caused by Open Source," as well as many other posts. Thanks to Jeep for giving us the heads up!