Mr. Jobs was a genius and contributed to the advancemnt of technology and creativity in an amazing way, but like soooo many, it would seem that even though he knew the value of living to the fullest and the certainty of death, he did not understand his need of the Savior. :( And yes, I LOVE the Looney Toons sgn off!My apologies for this long and messy looking link:http://adrianwarnock.com/2011/10/rip-steve-jobs-his-thoughts-on-living-like-you-will-die-tomorrow/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+AdrianWarnocksUkEvangelicalBlog+%28adrianwarnock.com%29
If Walt Disney had had more of a sense of humor Fantasia could have been more than a bunch of floral twirling dervishes and macroevolution (there were some comical hippos and alligators), but as a child I certainly enjoyed the combination of music and humor as presented by WB’s Merry Melodies even more so. In retrospect not all of the jokes may have been appropriate, but who can knock the genuine creativity of its satire? Otherwise, I didn’t even know Steve Jobs had cancer, too bad.
Tho-tho-tho-those cartoons are still my favorites. It's probably why I love opera so much.
Eddie, Does this mean the end of CC? Thanks for all the laughs! Cris
@Anonymous (Cris):I was trying to make readers THINK that I was ending CC. Looks like the ratio is 1 out of 4.It's not over until the fat lady sings...and her flight has been delayed.
False alarm! Everyone back to your corners. Th-th-th-that's all, folks!