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Trump calls Apple CEO Tim Cook 'Tim Apple'

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I like cook apple. It taste great with cinnamon.

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In the official transcript of the meeting , the words "Tim" and "Apple" are separated by a dash as if Trump had paused, possibly to thank both the executive and the company.

The veneer of success must be preserved. Mistakes must not be tolerated. Resistance is futile.

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I like that 'awkward slip of the lip' reference. 'Boorish' is more like it.

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Tim Apple

Close enough, lol.

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This is the next logical step after the announcement that Doug Bowser is taking over Nintendo America.

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Prime example of how Apple don't care about standards, they just invented their own unapproved unicode character, of course it doesn't work on other devices because it is not a standard.

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Prime example of how Apple don't care about standards, they just invented their own unapproved unicode character, of course it doesn't work on other devices because it is not a standard.

The character uses one of the unicode values that is set aside for private use. So I think it follows the standards - no approval is needed for those values. I believe the Windows logo and even the Linux mascot can be displayed with some fonts using values in the private use area.

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Didn't he make the mistake of associating Tim Cook with Android ? I guess, this was his way of correcting that... Tim "Apple" Cook.

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