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This week we saw a tragedy and an irony connected to a single person who truly change the world.
The tragedy of course was the untimely death of the founder of Apple's Steve Jobs whose brilliance is an innovator in marketing genius.
-- key factors in his leading apple to have a bigger cash flowed in the US government.
Of course one of the reasons that his cash flow -- success towards the federal government was that jobs actually make things that people wanted and could afford.
While the government is continue to forces to pay for things that we don't want and neither we nor a day can afford.
-- I gotta confess that I am an apple -- I ended above all things apple and iMac and MacBook and iPad and iPhone and iPod and apple TV a time capsule at an apple airport.
Hey folks if they made a serial I'd buy it.
I've got that much faith in their renovation.
But most of all in the extraordinary people but they hired to support their products and make them work for consumers like me who want the function of technology.
Without having to have an engineering degree are be able to read systematic and Japanese.
Steve Jobs actually created jobs.
Almost 50000 people worked directly for apple and hundreds of thousands make a living using -- products.
Now the irony this week was that near Wall Street use all this and.
Yeah me -- love them.
Get a whole world's watching -- a whole bunch of them are laughing trying to figure out what you want.
Thousands of young and one of the young protesters filled the streets screaming and demanding them well demanding something.
This represents -- a communal gathering of human beings that is gonna permanently shift the cost is that this planet.
I feel look consciousness of the planet shifting.
I think even the audience feels the consciousness of the planet shifting.
Well mostly the protesters were shouting hate toward billionaires and they organize they using their -- phones and networking with FaceBook and Twitter.
-- more incredibly it appears that much of their activities were financed by a billionaire George Soros who's the primary funder of move on which really ought to be move out.
So let's get this straight a bunch of kids who'd rather screen -- work think we ought to take money away from billionaires but I wonder.
Do they mean it dead money of the billionaire guy who funds -- source.
Or the billionaire guy Mark Zuckerberg who created FaceBook that they use every day.
Are they talking about the billionaire guy Jack Dorsey who created Twitter or the billionaire guy Bill Gates who makes software that -- use.
Or the billionaire guy the late Steve Jobs whose devices they -- to protest.
That's right all of those guys billionaires.
Look I'm ticked off to -- bailed out bankers and insurance giants and car companies who ate my tax money and then gave huge bonuses to some.
Of the -- executives who drove their companies to the point of having to bed for uncle sugar to rescue him.
I'm also ticked off at the unions who ended up owning a big chunk of GM letting the pension funds of investors twist in the wind.
I'm ticked off at an incompetent president and a congress full of net income -- who were protecting their jobs but not -- -- But I still don't understand what the protesters want unless it's to turn in their iphones and ipads get rid of their social network sites and technology.
And obviously their parents have to be paying for and maybe get a job picking -- -- is in the hot sun.
It sort of screaming at billionaires like Steve Jobs.
I kind of hope there -- some more of them coming along that'll create products and services.
And oh yes.
Real jobs for people who want to work and not -- screen for a.
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