Wednesday, November 9th, 2011
Larry, Pascal, Harvey and Tracy positioned ourselves as iPad ambassadors placed on pedestals of technologically advanced movie stardom when we ordered meaty barbecue works of specially smelling like pit-cooked, massively prepared for armies of starving customers, food, let’s say at the most meaningful stop of our movie tour last year in Houston, Texas.
Towards appearing open to mass media methods of communication isn’t my main motivation for using the iPad. It is to totally kick into the stratosphere of personal expression, my somewhat listening for overdone language ideas and opinions about politics, beer and meatless diets.
Having lost my voice for many years, I have poptarted out of my shell of silence like a movie character actor finally getting a leading man’s role. Many words I have spoken in my life but until the use of typing, inside my intelligent brain, thoughts with the help of technology and human physical and lots of encouraging words to move purposefully on the keyboard, support I led the life of a mostly repetitively words spoken person.
Leaping into spots on good movies requires this technology of Steve Jobs and partners with popularly owned keys to mass transit of communicators across the country. So le’s visit our local Apple store clean them out of iPads and look to lead a charge of typists into the world of barbecue food or California pizza joints.