Malkovich learns meaning of life from Siri

This blog over at the WashPost liked this ad. So do I. (Although, truth be told, I liked him better in “In the Line of Fire.”)

Just 10 more months until my iPhone is due for an upgrade; then I can do stuff like this.

4 thoughts on “Malkovich learns meaning of life from Siri

  1. Brad

    I like Malkovich’s “Hamlet considering Yorick” pose.

    I’ve been known to strike that pose with a smartphone myself, with the following caption:

    Alas! poor Blackberry. I knew it, Horatio; a device of infinite usefulness, of most excellent fancy; it hath borne me on its back a thousand times; and now, how abhorred in my imagination it is! … Where be your emails now? your Tweets? your texts? your flashes of merriment, that were wont to set the Blogosphere on a roar?”

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  2. Lynn T

    Hmm. Siri wouldn’t even tell me whether she likes cats or not (I couldn’t tolerate a phone that is anti-cat, after all). She just said that this is about me, not about her.

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  3. Rose

    Siri gives different answers to the meaning of life. My favorite is “chocolate.” :-)

    Brad, when you get yours, ask her if she knows HAL-9000, and tell her “Beam me up, Scotty!”

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