The iPad mini was officially released today, and for thousands of people out there, it was no doubt something they were eagerly anticipating – unless, like Jimmy Kimmel points out, you are one of the several million people still without power after Superstorm Sandy.
On his show last night, Jimmy put together his own commercial for Apple’s latest gadget, and used humor to convey a serious message that – while his delivery was hilarious, rings loud and true: “anyone in New York or New Jersey that stands in line for an iPad mini tomorrow should be punched in the throat. People who have that kind of time should maybe consider volunteering.”
He’d balls on right with that one.
Anyhoo, check out the full clip, and tell me it’s not accurate.