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Was Steve Jobs a Sovereign ?
« on: October 29, 2011, 12:56:01 PM »
Latest Steve Jobs mystery revealed: how he drove without license plates

The multitude of mysteries revealed following the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' death now includes one that puzzled car enthusiasts for years: How did Jobs get away with driving without a license plate? It was common knowledge that Jobs would park his Mercedes SL55 AMG in a handicapped spot at Apple's Cupertino, Calif., headquarters, with nothing to identify his vehicle other than the tiny barcode that usually rests behind the rear license plate. According to Walter Isaacson's new biography, Jobs wanted to avoid having a plate for privacy reasons; and yet when having a license-less silver Mercedes became a kind of trademark, Jobs kept motoring without one "because I don't."

For years, rumors swirled that Jobs had either won a special dispensation from California authorities or was just daring police to stop him. While the why remains somewhat cloudy, an interview by ITWire with a former Apple security executive reveals the real reason: a little-known loophole in California vehicle laws that gives owners up to six months to get plates for their vehicles.

According to Jon Callas, now chief technical officer of Entrust, Jobs would arrange with his vehicle leasing company to switch out his silver Mercedes every six months with a new, identical model — just another of the complicated and expensive ways Jobs thought differently.

http://ca.autos.yahoo.com/p/2288/latest-steve-jobs-mystery-revealed-how-he-drove-without-license-plates


Why would he arrange with the leasing company to change his vehicle every six months, obviously the guy had the money to pay for plates and it's not like people didn't know him. The fact that he kept his car with out plates made him stand out more!

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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2011, 01:19:22 PM »
Jobs was an AIDS infected jew ..... just a silly ass legend created to further the Jew myth of 'the superior intellect'

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« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2011, 01:29:33 PM »
Jobs was an AIDS infected jew ..... just a silly ass legend created to further the Jew myth of 'the superior intellect'



Apple's Form 10-K Reveals Over $80 Billion In Cash

On Wednesday, Apple disclosed to the SEC as part of their Form 10-K filing, that they currently have $81,570,000,000 in cash, 13.2 million square feet of building space, and 60,400 full-time employees.

"This means that Apple pulled in $37.5 billion in cash profits in fiscal 2011. Not bad for a company that ‘missed’ industry estimates."writes The Next Web.

During Apple's earnings call in October, Tim Cook waved off Apple's mountains of cash, saying they weren't "burning a hole in our pocket" reports MacRumors. He went on to emphasize that Apple was in no rush to decide what to do with the money, and that he was not "religious about holding or not holding cash." Apple's CFO said that 66 percent of the cash was kept overseas for tax reasons.

But $81.5 billion is a lot of cash no matter where you keep it. In fact, it's more cash than the U.S. government has. In their last Form Q-10 filing in July, Apple reported that they had over $75 billion in cash, whereas the government had less than $74 billion, according to the Financial Post.

While Apple may be a notorious cash hoarder, despite what Tim Cook says, it's not as though Apple has millions of dollars lying around like a scene in "Scarface." According to the 10-K report, that $81.5 billion is made up of "cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities." This means that only some of it is in cash, and the rest is in either short or long-term investments.

But what if they did have it in cash? What could Apple do with that $81.5 billion? They could pay for the U.S. to gather intelligence for one year, or fund the National Cancer Institute for almost sixteen years, or send over four-hundred thousand people to space.

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« Reply #3 on: October 29, 2011, 02:16:09 PM »

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Apple's CFO said that 66 percent of the cash was kept overseas for tax reasons.

I forgot who mentioned at the last Republican debate that there is one trillion dollars kept overseas by US corporations to avoid taxes. It's almost as if the Jews behind Obama want to eliminate the competition from the second tier of wealth in America. Obama gave 15 trillion to the biggest banks and his healthcare program is going to be giving one to two trillion every year to insurance companies to provide private health insurance to people who used to have their bills covered by the govt. And the military industrial complex isn't going broke under Obama either.
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« Reply #4 on: October 29, 2011, 02:23:17 PM »
Was Steve Jobs a Sovereign ?

I don't know, but it seems he was bi-sexual, and he died of a combination of sexually transmitted diseases and degenerative cancers, sometimes referred to as 'AIDS'...And, no, I don't care if he was 'Jewish'...He was adopted.

And I couldn't say whether he made a contribution to society, as I have mixed feelings about computers in general, and certainly don't care about 'Apple vs. Windows'.

You now have my two cents...

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« Reply #5 on: October 29, 2011, 05:11:46 PM »
Jobs was an AIDS infected jew ..... just a silly ass legend created to further the Jew myth of 'the superior intellect'

Zuckerberg's not as smart, but let's give the media some time to work him into something.  He could be the next bill gates.
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« Reply #6 on: October 29, 2011, 05:27:12 PM »
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Don't worrry, apple or steve jobs will start a tax free trust fund for jewish kids

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« Reply #7 on: October 29, 2011, 05:29:09 PM »
Steve Jobs was adopted  .... he certainly doesn't look jewish  .... either does gates or zuckerberg

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« Reply #8 on: October 29, 2011, 06:19:25 PM »
Steve Jobs was adopted  .... he certainly doesn't look jewish  .... either does gates or zuckerberg

Those and many other jews have gotten filthy rich stealing goy ideas and paying for laws to ensure their success.
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« Reply #9 on: October 29, 2011, 07:34:37 PM »
Zuckerberg's not as smart, but let's give the media some time to work him into something.  He could be the next bill gates.

Evolution of the machine, leaving aside whether some ideas were bought or stolen. Apple came up with the box, MS came up with the software, Yahoo/Google got control of search engines, and Facebook is about total management of net info.

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« Reply #10 on: October 29, 2011, 07:48:20 PM »
Why would he arrange with the leasing company to change his vehicle every six months, obviously the guy had the money to pay for plates and it's not like people didn't know him. The fact that he kept his car with out plates made him stand out more!

Joos just like thumbing their nose at authority, even for pointless reasons.  To them laws & statutes are for the goyim; joos need to show they're "smarter".  Like Jobs cheating on his stock options:  did he need the money?  probably not.  The AIDS thing is interesting, I dunno...but pancreatic cancer is notorious for being a rapid killer & Jobs lasted for a good while.