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Scroll Lilke Butter - Steve Jobs coined it, now wear it!

At MacWorld 2006, Steve Jobs coined the hillarious phrase "scroll like butter" when describing the new features of iPhoto and how it loaded photos so fast that you could scroll your album like butter, he meant to say like a knife though butter. Here are some great products that you can buy with the phrase.

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Tom Molly Veronica!

I think it would be funny for Tom, Molly, and Veronica to wear the Scroll Like Butter tshirt lol!

You know you guys want one! Haha.

I love the podcast by the way, keep up the fabulous work. And glad to hear Veronica back in the podcast! Yay!

--Chad

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hehehe!

scroll like butter... i like it.

of course i like it... Wink
V

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oh, and also:
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hahah. Didnt know that one existed!

Nice! Super secret apple rumors haha.

This is great. Our podcast friends need to get one of these. I'm going to probably buy one just for jokes.

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Steve

You just know Steve will be wearing this shirt at his next presentation. He still has a sense of humor in there somewhere. Happy

-Kevin

PS using the term "like buttah" after a verb is sort of a New York style phrase, so his comment didn't really register as much of a gaff to me. Of course, it helps to sell it with an exaggerated New York drawl. Anyhow, it's certainly nowhere near as bizarre as what comes out of some peoples' mouth on a weekly basis Wink

http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/blbushisms.htm

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lol

wow, if he wears this tshirt in his next keynote that would be freaking hillarious and show how good a guy he is.

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