Woolly Apple Fanatics: Timmy Metzner

On Friday, March 11th Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company is launching a one-day-only campaign called “Show Us Your iCrazy” in conjunction with the launch of the iPad2 and upcoming production of The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs. Blogs will be posted throughout the day. You can also follow Woolly staff as they report live from three DC-area Apple store locations. They will be live-tweeting using the hashtag #ShowUsYouriCrazy and photos will be posted on the Woolly Facebook Page throughout the day. Want to share YOUR story of Apple obsession? Click here, and we’ll post some of your answers to our blog.

Do you remember the first time you touched an Apple product? If so, what was it and how old were you?

I was in 2nd grade and it was an old Mac computer in our classroom. I remember the floppy disks and playing a monochromatic game where you stack layers of a cake on top of each other.

How many Apple products have you owned in your lifetime (and list them if you can):

The only apple product I’ve ever owned is the iphone I just got a week ago. We were strictly a pc family. Even out mp3 players weren’t apple. F*&kin’ zunes.

Do you remember when you first became an “Apple person?” When was it and why?

I never have been, but I’ve always had apple jealousy. All the “hip” kids had macbooks in college and the unspoken conceit was that they were clearly superior.

What is your favorite Apple product and why?

It would have to be my iphone, I’m quickly falling in love with it.

What’s the longest you’ve ever waited in line to buy an Apple product?

Never have. I don’t think I will.

What product do you think will be next for Apple?

I’ll probably lust over the iphone5 for a few months and finally breakdown and buy it a year from now.

How many Apple stores have you been to, and which Apple store location is your favorite?

I have never been inside an Apple store. This is all new territory for me.

~Timmy Metzner, Woolly Mammoth Box Office Manager


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