|Here's a picture of happy people joining hands, rejoicing|
in each other's company and sharing their hopes for a bright future.
The story you're about to read is the exact opposite of this.
|Many of these workers abandoned the|
bread line when they discovered the
government had run out of goldpagne.
At least that's usually the case. In a sign that our civilization is due for a serious Bastille Day, some jerkface entrepreneur got the bright idea to use homeless people to wait in line for him in exchange for $20 and a meal. The plan was to buy iPhones here and then sell them overseas where they go for way more than Apple's already kind of crazy-town price.
|In Australia for example, the iPhone 5s starts at $869 ($817 US),|
For comparison, the average Australian makes only about $320
a month competing in the country's many Thunderdomes.
|Here's a shot of the LAPD wrestling a man|
to the ground for trying to earn a sandwich.
I'm sure this'll do wonders for PR.
You see when the Apple Store cut them off, Bobby was all like: 'No iPhone, no uFood,' tempers understandably flared, fights ensued and a couple of people were arrested...but not Bobby.
|Pictured: 'Bobby,' (center) with an armload of $200 iPhones|
explaining to a hungry man that he won't be eating today.
Not pictured: an ounce of shame or human compassion.
|Above: the confident smirk of a man|
who cannot begin to grasp what a
Omega-Level douchebag he is.