There are a few reasons I "mention" (or at least I did when I was posting a few months back) about "not sleeping in Apple PJs".
First of all, you have to remember that most of my posts here were back when the iPad was really new. I can here to find out if some of the IT folks around this forum had thought of some creative uses (that I hadn't yet) for the iPad, or even found some cool applications (both programs and real world uses) that I could benefit from, but instead almost all I read was how lame the iPad is, or what a POS it is, how it's going to be a total flop, and how it is a nice "toy" but doesn't have any real world uses. There was a huge amount of "I hate it because it's an Apple" bashing going on (and probably still is, but I wouldn't know because I stopped coming around due to the extreme bias and un-open minded attitudes).
So, the first reason I used the PJs comment (along with Apple fan-boi and other "yes I'm an Apple fan" comments) was to take that away from the potential repliers. Seems that when you made good and thoughtful points about how the iPad isn't a POS, and that it may have some good uses, then the first comeback was almost certainly "you drank the Apple cool-aide". One of the most amusing of those comebacks was "you probably sleep in Apple pajamas too!". That one made me laugh out loud. Reminded me of something a child would say on the playground, and here it was on what is supposed to be a place for grown ups to have an open forum for thoughts and ideas about how to best utilize and maintain advanced technologies for a better tomorrow (well, at least that's what I thought this was supposed to be).
Another reason I used the PJs comment was just to point out how ridiculous and childish the "your just an Apple lover" argument is.
It seemed to have worked at least a little because the only real off topic reply by one of the iHaters was "the only thing you post is in defense of the iPad/Apple.." accusation (to which I agreed because the only reason I came around these parts was [as stated above] to find petter info on the future of the iPad).
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