October 7, 2011

While discussing Steve Jobs...

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  1. I can understand the "I do my own stunts" shirt, he's probably injured his head a few times

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  2. The big question is whether the new leadership can maintain the religion, not the products.

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  3. I'd guess it's been a while the religion is been maintaining itself.

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  4. That's so incredibly dumb that I can't even laugh at the guy. I just feel kinda bad for him.

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  5. Geez this person cult around Steve Jobs is really ridiculous :) No offense to the guy though. May he rest in peace.

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  6. Meanwhile, the immortal zombie Henry Ford still makes Fords.

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  7. Jobs didn't invent anything. I wonder if this idiot has ever even heard of Steve Wozniak.

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  8. Sssshhhhh. Don't let the secret out. He only hired all those employees out of the goodness of his heart--even the factory employees. He actually made every product by hand.

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  9. Bless his befuddled heart

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  10. "Meanwhile, the immortal zombie Henry Ford still makes Fords. "

    And somehow still finds time to run the Aryan Nation!

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  11. So there's a huge backlog at the Pearly Gates, and Edwin Perkins finally steps up to be judged. St. Peter asks him what he accomplished in his life.

    "Well, sir, I invented Kool-Aid, so I guess there's that."

    St. Peter then asks him if he has any regrets in life.

    "Well, sir, I was really keen on the idea of producing some apple-flavored Kool-Aid, but we never got it to market before I died, so I never did find out if it would be popular."

    At this point, way at the back end of the line, and old guy in a black turtleneck pipes up, "I made a fortune on it!"

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  12. @Doctor Tarr:
    I have another one, but it's a bit too soon for something that dark.

    Aside from that, I did just catch one of the iPhone 4S ads where you tell it your trouble and it tries to figure out a way to help. I found myself wondering what would happen if you told it that Steve Jobs had died.

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