Saying Goodbye to a Genius of Our Time

The Einstein of our time, the Henry Ford of our time, a true genius of our time ….

Steve Jobs will be missed, and I can only hope that his legacy will forever be etched into our lives and our children’s lives and so on….

Have a nice day!

Jennifer McCormick
From a non-verbal, severely autistic two-year-old little boy to a happy-go-lucky, social, verbal and friend to everyone fifteen-year-old teenager. Add in the little brother who struggles with ADHD and we've got some craziness going on! The journey has been well-worth the ups and downs and the heartbreaks are all worth it when I see my sons overcome the "impossible" and defy all odds. I couldn't be more proud. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!
Jennifer McCormick

Jennifer McCormick

From a non-verbal, severely autistic two-year-old little boy to a happy-go-lucky, social, verbal and friend to everyone fifteen-year-old teenager. Add in the little brother who struggles with ADHD and we've got some craziness going on! The journey has been well-worth the ups and downs and the heartbreaks are all worth it when I see my sons overcome the "impossible" and defy all odds. I couldn't be more proud. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!

0 thoughts on “Saying Goodbye to a Genius of Our Time

  • October 7, 2011 at 3:13 pm
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             Its very sad that he died. But I had honestly never heard of him until he did. Rest in peace buddy.

  • October 7, 2011 at 1:29 pm
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    Are you fucking kidding me?

    Einstein’s role in developing modern physics, which had profound repercussions for our understanding of the universe, is leagues ahead of anything Steve Jobs did.  Large scale structure of space and time, iTunes and Angry Birds?  Yeah, about the same.

    They should not even be said in the same sentence.  All you people crying about the death of some executive you never knew… ridiculous.

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