Steve Jobs Is Dead. As I woke groggy, my head surrounded by 4 huge feather pillows, my woman arms wrapped tight around me, lips pressed against my skin I reached over to grab my … iPhone 3gs! She wants to make love, I want to check email… Steve Jobs, you have a lot to answer for! The one thing that makes me not feel too bad is I know I’m not alone in this very 21st century dilemma! Apple… Steve Jobs has changed the World!
- We need rebels.
- We need out of the box thinkers.
- We need academic delinquents.
- We need those that go left while the World goes right.
- We need those that say NO as the crowd says yes.
- We needs eccentrics, inventors, creative, thinkers that believe in possibility.
There are MP3 players and there are iPods There are cellphones and there’s the iPhone There are computers and there’s the Mac There are laptops and there’s the MacBookPro This World needs people that create excitement, passion, adrenaline and gives people the ability to anticipate one day when a new product is released. Steve Jobs and his stuff certainly did that for me. I love Apple simply because they don’t care, they just do it. I said to my 76 year old father this morning, dad Steve Jobs has died. He replied who is he? I said to my 22 year son (as I sneaked in his room to reclaim my iPhone charger) Steve Jobs has died. In a second he sat up despite being in a solid sleep state and said “shit, shit, shit, NO, NO… really honestly, O.M.G.. His eyes filled with tears and he went back to his pillow rolled over and closed his eyes! In a world of blandness, greed and the pursuit of me, Steve Jobs I salute you. You inspired kids to a level I would want my kids to look to. When a man can inspire out of sheer love of his fascination of design and human creativity for others you have a great man, a very great man. He may I have interuppted my love life but it has been worth it. Steve Jobs has his name etched in the scrolls of heaven itself. Thank you Mr. Jobs, your light was bright and I for one am grateful.