Moon Ray (L) and her husband Jason Ray talk on Skype as they wait in line September 9, 2014 outside the Apple Store on 5th Avenue in New York.
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By Denver Nicks
September 19, 2014

From time to time, great swaths of humanity are united by one common purpose—to fritter away what time they have left on Earth standing or sitting or sleeping in a line to get Apple’s latest iPhone. Today, which marks the release of Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, is one of those days.

The conventional wisdom in these modern times says we’re too busy, pulled in different directions, frantically running from task to task in our over-connected, over-digitized lives.

But today, from Kentucky to Kansas, from Canada to Germany and across the globe humans are taking a stand that says, “No! We are not slaves to the rat race. See? We’re waiting in line for ungodly spans of time to be first to get a marginally better tiny computer because we literally have nothing better to do.”

This is how you know the apocalypse is near:

Then, in the distance, a voice of sanity, a ray of hope for humankind:

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