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Yes, Apple Had an Employee Named Sam Sung, Of Course He’s Auctioning His Uniform for Charity

Samsung's double-agent codename game needs work.


How was this guy not the first person Apple questioned when they started their patent war with Samsung? Maybe he’s the reason they’re calling it off, because he forged a unity between the two sides as he worked together with Apple in harmony at the Apple store. Sam Sung has moved on to bigger and better screens things, so he’s auctioning off his Apple business card and uniform for charity.

For all of you name tag collectors out there, know that this one is in prime condition, as the auction states, “No major folds, dents or scratches on the card.” You are getting only the highest quality in real life tech pun apparel.

The auction is officially for one of Sung’s Apple Specialist business cards, but he chose to frame it along with his old uniform because he liked working for Apple so much. Hopefully that will persuade eBayers to place bids, because all the proceeds will go to the Children’s Wish charity.

The item description reads:

I had a great time working for Apple and would recommend it to anyone. I hope my old business card will go to another fellow Apple enthusiast with a sense of humour and the desire to help raise some money for a good cause. Although the auction is for my business card alone, I have framed it alongside my old uniform [as seen in the picture] and I will arrange to courier it [frame, t-shirt and lanyard INCLUDED] to you. Good luck.

Speaking of companies stealing from each other, maybe Apple should start checking its payroll for someone named Mike Rosoft. Those Microsoft stores look pretty familiar. Just saying.

(via Business Insider, image via Sam Sung)

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