The line outside the San Francisco Apple store currently holds about 150 people and is stretching two blocks. They are all eagerly waiting for the iPhone to go on sale.
Jerry Taylor, who we interviewed yesterday, is still at the front, but he is now accompanied by a rich group of people including some clowns playing mini golf, an Adobe engineering manager called Arno Gourdol who's donning a "Steve Jobs for President" T-Shirt, and your share or profiteers who refused to talk to us.
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