Apple guilty of Antitrust? Shut up.
The New York Post reports that some whiny assholes in the gub’ment are debating who gets to chase Apple’s innovative coat-tails due to their excluding non-Apple products from being able to create iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad apps. This is goddamn ridiculous. First of all, it’s Apple, so it’s not anti-trust. Obviously. How could it be? This is the company that Steve Jobs built, you ingrates, so it can’t possibly be anti-trust. By definition.
Secondly, who cares if Apple wants to make a sweeping policy change just to stick it to Adobe? My close, personal friend Steve Jobs wants to shove a knife in Adobe’s stomach and twist, twist, twist, and crapdammit, why shouldn’t he be allowed to? This fascist gub’ment crap is bullcrap.
Dear DOJ or whatever the crapdamn agency is going to run this pointless inquiry: Apple is too busy promoting openness on their platform by limiting who can create for it and how they do it to properly respond to whatever trumped up charges you might be throwing their way. Why don’t you just leave Steve alone? All he wants to do is make the world more magical.
I mean, crapcakes, would you complain about how Dumbledore waves his wand? He only lets people with magical ability touch it, after all. It’s discriminatory! You’d better investigate it, assholes!