11 thoughts on “Honestly?

  1. You beat me to it on this one. Jobs was so fucked up he didn’t even realize he was talking like a fascist. A great technological visionary, a big zero on the humanism scale.

  2. Jobs wasn’t a technological visionary he was a salesman. Steve Wozniak was the technological genius. And it was Ronald Wayne who wrote the first technical manual for Apple I. Jobs was a fraud.

  3. Uber douchebag.
    From his wiki page:
    “His car was a silver 2008 Mercedes SL 55 AMG, which does not display its license plates.”
    Because the super rich don’t have to display license plates — that about say it all.
    Plus, he wrote the autobiography so his kids would know what he did? What a load of crap. Men chose to be present in their childrens’ lives. His kids have long ago formed their opinions of their father. No self-manufactured propaganda will change that. Too late, Steve-o, you blew it!

  4. What an over-admired egomaniac he was.
    Why are people deifying him?
    I wonder how long it will take before a full-bore cult religion springs up in his memory.
    What an ironically inapt surname he had, given his ruthless offshoring of employment.

  5. Like all the 1 % have always done, Jobs’ fame was the product of Corporate PR and Corporate media sycophants.

  6. Well, but it can’t be too much of a surprise, right? I think Jobs was very much aligned with the current crop of amoral CEOs, but groovy libs and progressives who dig their i-Phones, i-Pods, and (back in the day) i-Macs wanted to believe that the Apple revolution really was more like the 1984 Superbowl commercial than a predatory corporation that sent jobs offshore.

    I’m not against companies making money. Apple makes cool stuff. I just wish they made it here in the U.S.A. and shared the profits with their workers.

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