When I wandered over to URL's (our cafeteria) a bit ago to get lunch I saw a table set up in the lobby sporting Apple Computers: Powerbooks, G5s, iMacs, etc. Very cool. Except that I own and use a Powerbook already, so I didn't join the crowd to gawk at their wares.

After checking out the food selection, I noticed that the Apples on the fruit island looked good today. So I got a red one and a green one. They were crisp and yummy. (Yeah, small lunch.)

Moments after tossing the core of the second apple, I realized that I might have just been the victim of subliminal eating or something.

But it was was a good lunch. Or mabye I was just programmed to think that?

Either way, if it means having great apples in the off season, I'm all for it. :-)

Posted by jzawodn at February 22, 2005 01:18 PM

Reader Comments
# GrumpY! said:

I am tired of seeing Apple hawk their wares in Building C. Can't I go anywhere...even WORK without having people hawk crap at me??

on February 22, 2005 02:54 PM
# Tim said:

GrumpY!, congratulations to you: you have chosen your handle well.

on February 23, 2005 10:21 PM
# Vineeth said:

Come to Germany then, where the apples know no season. :-)

on February 24, 2005 11:15 AM
# Jimmy Gan said:

Hi Jeremy,

Your weblog is very interesting....It kind of chronicles your life's adventure.

I am with a software company headquartered in Beijing and would like to meet someone who works for Yahoo in Sunnyvale.

We are setting up an office in Santa Clara this March.

I would like to share with you about what's happening in Beijing, China regarding the IT world.

My email address is jgan@beyondsoft.com or jimmy.gan@gmail.com

Please send me a note.


on February 24, 2005 07:10 PM
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