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No Comment: The depths people will plumb to secure a WWDC pass

por Sherita Brooks (2019-10-16)

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We knew there'd be some broken hearts when WWDC tickets sold out in two hours this morning, but even this might be pushing it.

A San Francisco resident has posted an ad to Craiglist pleading for a WWDC ticket. Since they're nontransferable, this would presumably require a legal name change on the buyer's part to accept the pass. The would-be buyer isn't just offering $1,600 and a name change, but will also do jury duty for you and a number of other tasks. If your name happens to be Jebodiah, there's a $500 bonus.

There probably are people just that desperate to get hold of a WWDC pass that seems to be more elusive than a Golden Ticket. Regardless, to all of this nonsense, we say no comment.

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