So an aspiring artist offered an application on apple’s iTunes store "I Am Rich" for the not-inconsequential price of $999.99. The listing clearly stated that the application did nothing (beyond provide bragging rights de jour).
A few people purchased the application and are now crying foul of the fact that someone sold an app for $999 which did nothing.
Apple, bending to the complaints and in a fit of political correctness indicative of why we live in sad times, blacklisted the application.
I mean WTF? There was no duplicity here – the app did exactly what it said it would. It’s like car dealers blacklisting Hummers because it’s discovered that they’re behemoths with terrible fuel economy that do nothing for the penis-envy suffered by most of the sad people who buy them.
Or like vendors black listing Vertu cellphones because they do no more than a cheap Nokia but cost many times more.
Where will this hyper-correct bizarreness end?