Yup... The first (the American Based one) shot down by Loreen Jobs because it was simply way too soon after Steve's passing.
It seemed too much like witnessing vultures moving the moment he drew his last breath.....
After a more respectful amount of time had elapsed, the Japanese company came in to fill the void.
A void was there however. Many of us felt it only too keenly, and reached out for anything & everything in order to fill it...
I have the Jobs/Apple stickers in the rear windows of my car, a acrylic LAZAR sculpture on my desk, A framed copy of the TIME Commemorative issue, a framed copy of the original "THINK DIFFERENT" poster that I'd fallen in LOVE with the first time I ever entered my local Apple Store, and of course, my version of our Fearless Leader still in the making:
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