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Obama Endorsement Deals Reach School Children
President Obama addressed children on the first day of school in order to honor his endorsement deals with several technology-based companies.
During his seven-minute speech, the president discussed the importance of staying in school, hard work and fidelity to the companies that would someday own the rights to the children's very souls.
The following are a few excerpts from the speech:
"School is very important. If you stay in school, you could invent the next iPhone 3G with 8 gigabytes of memory and a sweet touch screen, or you could go to work for Twitter or Google as innovators in the customer service world. The important thing is that you do your homework, and stop spending so much time on Xbox Live which, by the way, is only $49.99 for a year-long gold subscription."
"Students who sat in those chairs 75 years ago didn't have the opportunities to invite questionably distant acquaintances to be their friend on Facebook, or Twitter about their cat's bowel movements. You should not waste your only opportunity to do something amazing."