Zombie Nation: Homeless People Paid to Wait on iPhone Line in California

There’s nothing quite like the release of a new iGimmick to mobilize the sheeple zombies from their usual slumber. In this case, the latest product is the iPhone5, or as a very clever and amusing video the other day mockingly renamed the iPhoneNsA. Bet you can’t wait for the upcoming videos of Black Friday, the holiest day on the zombie calendar.

From CBS in Pasadena:

PASADENA (CBSLA.com/AP) — Several homeless people Friday were being paid to stand in line for the release of the iPhone 5C and 5S.

Pasadena police told KNX 1070′s Jon Baird that many people in line at the Colorado Boulevard store were recruited from downtown Los Angeles.

“I was asked yesterday if I would be willing to sit in line for someone so they could get a phone. I said, ‘Sure, I’ve got nothing else to do.’ So I’m here,” said Mickie, who was driven from the Midnight Mission area along with 10 others.

“It’s just something you need to have,” said fan Francisco Naranjo, who began camping outside of the Pasadena store on Sunday night.

Exceptional.

Full article here.

In Liberty,
Mike

Follow me on Twitter!

2 thoughts on “Zombie Nation: Homeless People Paid to Wait on iPhone Line in California

  1. I dont understand, why is this interesting? There will always be homeless people and it’s a good idea for everyone to pay them to do stuff like this.

  2. Fine with homeless making $35 safe n easy . The fist fights over them now that’s another story. Get a black eye then scan your finger
    Into the matrix !

Leave a Reply