Gather round, denizens of the webinnical, and bear witness to the endlessly cunning intellect and inscrutable debating tactics of Mr. John Gruber, he of the bafflingly estimable Daring Fireball, as he tears apart a recent rumor that Foxconn, the Chinese manufacturer responsible for constructing much of Apple's computerized products, are already gearing up for what will most definitely be an impressively large production run.
The title of Mr. Gruber's post is "Too Soon," and the response to these rumors, staggering in its length and thoughtfulness, extensive in its cross-referencing and footnotery, bewildering in its insight and alacrity, is the epically lengthened 'No, it's not.'
'No, it's not.'
Such wit upon you, sir! My goodness, brains such as yours, so overstuffed into your cranium, surely are being wasted reporting on such inconsequentialities as Apple production rumors. No! Yours is an intellect best employed in the changing of cultural tides, of embracing and englightening scientific viewpoints. Yours should be the sacred task of importance, of aligning the planet to progress, sir! You should be employed by the religious and psuedo-religious organizations tasked with eschewing the ideals of science, backed up with mere centuries of endlessly consistent evidence, that evolution is a fact. Surely, you could tear down any testimony on the fact, from any expert, on any level, with but a merest twitch of your lips.
Hapless Scientist: 'Evolution is a fact, supported by 150 years of scientific research, which we have just spent the past eighteen days recounting in staggering detail.'
John Gruber: 'No, it's not.'
Newspaper, the next day: 'Evolution disproven!'
Congratulations on your intellect, Mr. Gruber, so towering that all around must most assuredly be encloaked in darkness every moment of the day. Kudos!