Well I dunno, I recently seen Woz do some TV interviews and he sounded like a good speaker to me. But TV is different from standing on a live stage, so that I dunno ?
He's a horrible speaker, and is somewhat out of touch with reality.
Well Steve had that Reality Distortion Field working Woz certainly is not a visionary but I can see him as promotional, maybe a few TV commercials, maybe as a keynote host ?
I hate to say it but to me , Tim Cook sucks at public speaking - Don't get me wrong he is a good speaker , just he is very monotone , no emotion , lacks the ability to really kick punch lines like Steve did. I think this is where the Woz could be beneficial as a keynote host , introducing the other Apple VP's demos. Really anyone would be better than Cook when it comes to Facilitating.
That is the Pentecostal way all Christians will be saved which is line of crap. People are good and bad in life no matter what religion you are. I was brainwashed for 2 years with this thinking .No more I saw the light.
Great... I think more and more "intelligent" people are seeing it this way.
It does reflect some higher intelligence I think...the more "fixed minded", "DO or DIE" followers tend to be those with low education.... i.e. redneck like. . . . little capability for critical or analytical thinking.
Sigh. This was a thread about his final words/thoughts.
His feelings on religion had nothing to do with what you and Jerry posted. You two can turn any thread into some kind of political or social diatribe.
Yeah... well none of that matters because Steve was a heartless, cold man who cared about nothing but his computers because he had them made in sweat shops in an impoverished country. He didn't actually say that... but we can infer this.
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