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iPhone 5 Camper Interview

iPhone 5 Camper Interview by Sam Roberts - RF CafeRadio host Sam Roberts (never heard of him) is on the scene in Manhattan talking to someone who has been sitting in line for her new iPhone 5 for two days. Recently posted, this video has near half a million views already. Incoherency, irrationality and self-contradiction are mild adjectives for describing the poor girl's responses to Sam's questions. In her defense, sitting in line for two days straight can take its toll on the mind... but then sitting in line for a phone for two days is not much of a defense for incoherency, irrationality and self-contradiction. Some people think it's staged since she is well groomed and wearing nice clothes. What do you think???







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