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  • Anonymous

    You’re in trouble, I thought it was funny, too.

  • Anonymous

    I have to agree that is funny.

  • http://www.facebook.com/michael.laprarie Michael Laprarie

    Yes, definitely a chuckle here too.

  • Anonymous

    Heh, that’s funny period.

  • davidt

    Karma’s a bitch.

  • davidt

    Karma’s a bitch.

  • Anonymous

    Story about the worship of Steve Jobs:

    http://www.thegrumbler.net/2011/10/steve-jobs-ergo-sum.html

    “Thank you for the touch screen” and “I love my iPhone,” they say. “I
    loved my iPad,” says another, oddly in past tense, as if a product
    could die without its designer. That seems to be a fear people have,
    that all these shiny objects will vanish into the ether. Says another:
    “Thank you for changing our lives. May Apple products live on.”

    Can people separate the man from the product line?

    “Thank you for your brain. XXOO,” says one. Is Steve Jobs’ brain embodied in
    the products themselves? In a way. Do people feel as if Jobs and the
    iPhone are one? Some notes would indicate yes. Like this one: “You were my first and I’m staying electronically true to you!”

  • Anonymous

    The cartoon is funny.  Don’t underestimate what Apple has done in China.  A guy putting iPads together today could have been laboring in a rice paddy last week.  It would be nice if we could retrain laid-off UAW members to make iPads, but who’s going to buy them at $5,000 each?

  • http://www.outsidethebeltway.com rodney dill

    Bwahahaha

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