Over the last year (give or take a month or so), Steve Jobs’ health has been a heavily debated topic. There are some of you who are of the opinion that Steve Jobs’ health should be fully disclosed to shareholders...
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There's no denying that Steve Job's influence on the industry is huge, but that's part of his work life and it's the one we should concentrate on. His private life and health aren't our business, especially since he's made it obvious that it's not something he's keen on sharing with the public.
They did the same thing with John Paul II when he got sick. I'm not even religious but there was no escaping the daily "news" or updates on how well the pope was. I'm 100% certain some tv station is updating the density-of-Steve-Jobs-feces hourly. I don't know who cares and so called journalists reporting news about something like that should be shipped to a work camp in siberia.
What do you expect from main stream media journalists? They are such a sad breed of humans. They care more about their stories and agendas than they care about the actual people. Of course, this is a generalization, but unfortunately all too often true.
Steve is dying. He didn't choose this. He didn't ask for it. He got cancer. It happens to many people. Let him fight his cancer and leave his personal health alone. For crying out loud, he could be dead in a year and this loser only cares about the impact on shareholders and his feed for news? This guy is a world class egotistical selfish spoiled American brat that never made it into maturity.
No doubt Steve is an important person in American business and pop culture, but life goes on. The world won't end because some people may lose money on Apple. Life won't end because Apple products may not be the same, for good or for worse. It's just life. People die.