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Apple's iPad is iMagical

Steve Jobs is not a genius. Steve Jobs is not brilliant. In fact, Steve Jobs most likely is not human. In fact, we can put Steve Jobs and James Cameron together and create an entire new country or better yet, planet, that only God knows what could become of that. Or perhaps another question is, "Is Steve Jobs God?"

On sale late March for a mere $499, Jobs has once again shocked the world with yet another magical device that millions and billions of people won't be able to live without.

The iPad does so many things that were previously unthinkable that one should ask what the iPad won't do. The days of turning on a cell phone and making a call are like putting a piece of paper in a fax machine and pressing a button to send.

The iPad can literally destroy the PC industry overnight. It sucks to be Michael Dell today. At only 1/2" thick and weighing in at less than 24 ounces, can you imagine anyone taking a laptop on a plane to watch a movie? Can you imagine anyone not tooling around with one because it's just too cool?

Not only can you choose from 140,000 app's, there are a dozen new ones that allow you to create photo albums, documents and other stuff like a pro.

I can go on and on but there are better places to read about iPad's features than here. The thing is, Jobs has created a phenomenon unlike any other in our lifetime.

Sure, IBM introduced the PC in 1982; the first fax in 1989; the first cell phone in 1995; the first MP3 music player 1999; but nothing like this.

If Avatar can do $2 Billion in two months, what will the iPad do in its first year? Too bad Jobs couldn't get the device to Cameron in time for production of Avatar. Then truly the God's would have spoken.

Happy Thursday!

Someone tossed out a question that was very interesting indeed: "What was the last new thing that you did in your life that you never did before?" The reason for the question was simple enough: We are

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