Pictures of the set emerge
is something interesting. Someone has managed to grab a few cool photos of Ashton Kutcher Portraying Steve Jobs on LSD.
If you are a loyal Apple fan you should know by now that Ashton Kutcher has been tapped to play the messiah in Jobs movie and apparently the LSD trip scene plays a dramatic part of this motion picture. An LSD trip could be responsible for Siri. Apparently once you take LSD colors start to talk and acid takes care of the rest and that could be how the messiah got the idea, at least that’s what we’ve been told. [Yes, we never tried it. Now will somebody please get me some golf shoes. Ed]
Jobs told government officials during security clearance checks that he took LSD fifteen times between 1972 and 1974 and that a marihuana and occasional hashish where part of his life at that time. Apple was founded in 1976 so this was before he took the steering wheel of what was to become the most worshiped and arguably most successful tech company ever.
"The best way I would describe the effect of the marijuana and the hashish is that it would make me relaxed and creative," Jobs told Pentagon interviewers. It hardly gets better that that as this probably has inspired Jobs for some of its key product.
One can argue that the Retina display was inspired by cocaine as it has been reported that people see much clearer after consuming some. [Of course, we wouldn't know... Ed]
At least a small part of Apple’s success can be attributed to illegal substances and as for the motion picture, recreational drug use will some in very handy, as it will show that Jobs was not just another dull CEO of a super successful technology company.
Although we would not condone the use of recreational drugs, it appears they helped Jobs come up with some rather interesting ideas and there is really nothing wrong with that. For example, just take a look at your music library, it would probably be a bit on the dull side if all the artists stayed clean, wouldn’t it?
So there you have it, acid, pot and cocaine helped make Apple what it is today, and Apple gear seems to be as addictive as heroin nowadays.
You can see the pictures here