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The over-the-top Bill O'Reilly of Fox News recently reported on the Apple Store. O'Reilly started this segment by saying, "To me, this high-tech stuff is like opium. People become addicted and spend most of their lives on these crazy machines. And nowhere is that more on display than in the Apple Store." The video segment was called "iZombie."


The Fox video segment host Jesse Watters showed his deep ignorance of modern day computing when stumped by the phrase "human interface." He abruptly stopped an Apple Store customer using that term in the interview and said point blank: Whoa, whoa, whoa: Interface? Speak English.


Next, Watters is talking to an Apple Fan coming out of the Apple Store. Watters asked the fan how long he was in the store for. Response: Maybe an hour. Watters: You were in there that whole time under your own free will? The next question for an Apple fan coming out of the Apple Store was: How many hostages are in there? Check out the full video segment below.



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