Gothamist – Google’s futuristic attention-sucking facegear has been spotted in the wild again, but unlike our encounter with the Search Engine Cyborg, the product wasn’t worn by a mere mortal. Noah Zerkin spotted Google co-founder Sergey Brin with his company’s Project Glass eyewear on the subway. Brin has said he wanted to bring the product to market by 2014, in time for the next New York mayor to blame the surge in overall crime on Google Glass thefts in the subway.
Sergey Brin founded Google, but I have no idea how because he’s an idiot. Sure he may know a lot about computers and whatnot, but if you’re a billionaire and still choose to ride the NYC subway then you can only be described as an idiot. The subway SUCKS. Literally one of my main motivations to get rich is so I never have to ride the train again. Take a fancy car service everywhere I go. Be able to listen to my own music instead of some gypsies playing the accordion. Won’t have to deal with teenagers hanging upside down from the bars, putting on a break dancing show and coming centimeters away from horse-kicking me in the face. No more walking through the doors and immediately knowing that someone recently took a shit in there. No more Asian ladies eating mystery food, no more having a guy legit grind his dick on my ass during rush hour, no more change cups rattling in my face. None of it. That’s what being rich is about – escaping all the peasants. So I don’t understand why any billionaire would subject himself to the horror of the NYC subway.
Now as far as these Google glasses go, I don’t really know what they do, but it looks like only nerds would wear them. Stupid nerds and their futuristic technology. Way to wear hologram glasses and be the founder of the biggest web company ever bro. Such a typical nerd move.