[LINK] What Do Steve Jobs' Obituaries Leave Out? His Appreciation for LSD

Nicholas English nik.english at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 20:21:53 AEDT 2011

Is it any wonder that many other cultures respond to a death with wailing,
tearing at ones own hair, self inflicting wounds with rocks and sticks - all
expressions of personal grief or political necessity.
All of which allowed those who weren't 'directly' affected to step back and
respect the expressions of those were as words, in the face of such acts
tend to have very little weight in such an atmosphere. And
anyway, history's written over graves tend to lack much perspective or

iPhillia - "I come to not to bury Caesr but to [sentimentalize/diminish]
That said it is hard not to react to the *Hagiography*/hype swirling around
the press & wires
Nicholas English

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On 11 October 2011 12:55, Ivan Trundle <ivan at itrundle.com> wrote:

> On 11/10/2011, at 5:52 PM, David Goldstein wrote:
> > It's a shame there isn't more focus on Jobs' greed and his lack of
> philanthropy.
> Though it appears as though Link is filling that gap nicely.
> What a miserable lot of people.
> iT
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