Huh?

Searching for “TV” in Apple’s iPad App Store (in Germany):

App Store search also finds a bible

It’s nothing new that the bible stories are about as truthful and trustworthy as a typical commercial television program, but it is surprising to see this confirmed in the App Store…

Or does this mean that the bible is now according to Steve Jobs the required reading for transvestites on TV? :P

2 Comments

  1. Y

    hehe…gleiches bei mir vorgestern im appstore vom iphone. musste auch kurz schmunzeln! ^^

    • c

      Bestimmt eine Art von Keyword-Spamming. Oder es ist eine Sonderausgabe der Bibel, bei der das HörZu-Evangelium nicht rausgestrichen wurde. :mrgreen:

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