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I still haven't bought any apple products in my life and I will continue not to. While Apple may make some good hardware, many of their corporate policies are just utterly atrocious and I simply do not want to support that.
May I ask what these utterly atrocious corporate polices are, and how the the policies of companies you do buy products from are superior?
Plus, I find their whole Apple culture to be revolting.
You find a peaceful, liberal arts and technology culture to be revolting? What kind of culture do you prefer in a company?
Apple will survive the loss of Justin's patronage, Holdenn. We don't have to have this conversation.
I think we do, because this thread really is as much about Steve Jobs as it is about Apple, and people like Justin have the potential to someday become Apple's greatest advocates if you can change their mind.
wtf?? you really need to google "apple religion" sometime my friend.
He obviously sees a problem or he would not have written that response. To me, it seems that it is obvious that there is not agreement that "Apple Culture" is "a peaceful, liberal arts and technology culture."
Is Apple peaceful?
Does Apple appreciate liberal arts?
Does Apple develop technology?
Perhaps, and this is just a suggestion, you should take it up with the person who appeared to disagree with your characterization of "Apple Culture."