Our downtown adventure was supposed to end at Urban Outfitters. But I was having so much fun, I asked my human if we could visit some other places. It was warm and sunny so she was totally ok with that.
I wasn't sure where I wanted to go, exactly. Compared to UO, most of the stores looked kinda boring.... until I saw the Apple store. AKA, House of Jobs. Y'know, as in Steve.
If you've been reading the Daily Puglet for awhile you probably know about my human's, uh, issues with Apple/Steve Jobs. But she was still supersad when he died last week because even though the stuff he created makes her lose 100 IQ points anytime she even looks at it, Steve Jobs was still a creative genius and she loves geniuses (even when they make her feel dumb).
Anyway. The HOJ looked so cool there was no way we weren't going in. Besides, I knew everyone in there would have an iPhone to point at me. So after a little begging my human agreed to take me inside - as long as she didn't have to touch anything (the whole IQ point thing). I didn't care what she did, I just wanted to meet some iPhones.
And did I meet some iPhones! Lots and lots of iPhones. I guess there was other iStuff too, like iPads and whatever, ut all I really cared about was the phones.
So I posed on the ubercool stairs on the way up to visit the Genius Bar- iPhone iPhone iPhone.
Then I posed with some ubercool Apple dudes at the Genius Bar. iPhone iPhone iPhone.
Forget about living at Urban Outfitters. Even though the Apple store also had zero food, I could totally live at the House of Jobs. I think the only place cooler than the Apple store would be a Nikon store and I don't think there even is such a thing. At least not here in San Francisco.
I wanted to stay at the HOJ forever so I tried to blend in with the Geniuses upstairs, but Dutch wanted to visit some store that has a lot of pink stuff so we had to leave. Everyone at Apple was ridiculously nice and my human didn't seem to lose any IQ, so I think she'll take me there again. Hopefully soon.