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Happy Tuesday, everybody. So Apple just debuted its Vision Pro headset. It’s their spatial computing device that looks like a stupidly thick pair of nerdy ski goggles for people with no friends. Apparently, the original name was the Kilmeade. But it’s actually a very powerful computer that lets you do lots of cool and exciting stuff like surf the web, watch movies, check your emails, access all your apps. And it’s already selling out after getting 200,000 preorders. It retails for $3,500, the same price I sell a dinner with Greg Gutfeld, where fans can buy me food and sit quietly while I eat. Yeah, it’s a win-win, but at $3,500 bucks, it is a bit pricey even for me, and I put my dog’s poop in Gucci bags. Anyway, here’s what it looks like from the perspective of a user who’s wearing them. This is what he sees. He’s looking down at his fingers, typing on a keyboard that’s not there and scrolling through screens that aren’t there either. And now here’s that same person on the New York City subway. Look at him. It’s amazing he survived.