(Just go with me on this.)
He really gets into it, and at one point in an intro for a record, says, (paraphrased), "To the weathermen out there: this is San Francisco. It rains from time to time here. You don't have to stand outside or take video: we know what rain looks like. And do it from a weather desk, not from Storm Watch Central. Oh, and we have 98 years to go. Let's not be hasty and call something the 'storm of the century.'"
(To preface this, I did not go looking for this quote; it showed up as a new article in one of my general Mac news RSS feeds.)
A Macworld article says in its first line: "Apple's iPhone could emerge as the most succesful product introduction of the 21st century, new research suggests."
I love my iPhone, Moya.
But it's 2007. We have 93 years to go. Let's not be hasty, hm?