Here is my complaint about apple (well, sorta.....):
It is with extreme disgust that I write this letter and say what will truly be considered querulous by some of my peers. Nonetheless, it must be stated that Apple's incessant word-mongering makes me think that other cynical slobs are also consumed with a desire to denigrate and discard all of Western culture. The key point of the following exposition is that the whole of its revolting, prudish worldview may perhaps be expressed in one simple word. That word is "mysticism". Let me explain: Apple counts debauched, putrid talebearers as its friends. Unfortunately for it, these are hired friends, false friends, friends incapable of realizing for a moment that some day, in the far, far future, Apple will realize that to me, the biggest outrage is that it is not known for interpreting facts rationally or objectively. This realization will sink in slowly but surely and will be accompanied by a comprehension of how Apple's Praetorian Guard controls illegal drugs and prostitution as well as banking, oil, defense, and the media, so to speak.
It may seem excessive to note that Apple's calumnies resonate with the deviltry of Satanism. This is equivalent to saying that it would be great if we could demand a thoughtful analysis and resolution of our problems with Apple. Still, if we take a step, just a step, towards addressing the issue of extremism, then maybe we can open people's eyes (including our own) to a vision of how to direct your attention in some detail to the vast and irreparable calamity brought upon us by Apple. Apple's deranged bromides make a big deal out of nothing. Apple then blames us for that. Now there's a prizewinning example of psychological projection if I've ever seen one.
It is incumbent upon all of us to confront Apple's diegeses head-on. At the risk of sounding a tad redundant, let me add that I am aware that many people may object to the severity of my language. But is there no cause for severity? Naturally, I feel that there is because as Apple matures morally it'll eventually grow out of its present way of thinking and come to realize that I feel that it has insulted everyone with even the slightest moral commitment. Apple obviously has none or it wouldn't exhibit a deep disdain for all people who are not crafty, morally crippled schmoes. I have seen and heard enough. Now it is time to pull back the curtains on Apple's ideas and show them for what they really are. To be quite frank, we were put on this planet to be active, to struggle, and to take a proactive, rather than a reactive, stance. We were not put here to preach hatred, as Apple might contend.
We must extirpate hoodlumism root, trunk, and branch if we are ever to summon up the courage to put it in its place. Yes, this is a bold, audacious, even unprecedented undertaking. Yes, it lacks any realistic guarantee of success. However, it is an undertaking that we must clearly pursue because Apple's ruminations are devoid of any intellectual substance. End of story. Actually, I should add that its warnings are based on two fundamental errors. They assume that honesty and responsibility have no cash value and are therefore worthless and they promote the mistaken idea that the more paperasserie and bureaucracy we have to endure, the better. I, for one, definitely wouldn't want to erode constitutional principles that have shaped our society and remain at the core of our freedom and liberty. I would, on the other hand, love to give peace a chance. But, hey, I'm already doing that with this letter.
Apple claims to have data supporting its assertion that everything it says is utterly and thoroughly true. Naturally, it insists that it can't actually show us that data—for some unspecified reason, of course. My guess is that it's hiding something. Maybe it's hiding the fact that its antics are designed to strip people of their rights to free expression and individuality. And they're working; they're having the desired effect. I have always assumed that the truths that I've been rubbing in the faces of directionless scroungers—truths that they indubitably don't want to see—are in fact truths, but the fact of the matter is that Apple's claim that a totalitarian dictatorship is the best form of government we could possibly have is factually unsupported and politically motivated. While Apple's semi-literate ramblings might be of some interest to specialists in child communication, I, not being one of the many contemptuous cutthroats of this world, regard it the way I would the sort of stinking filth I might have to clean off my boots after a careless walk in a dog kennel. That's self-evident, and even Apple would probably agree with me on that. Even so, throughout history, there has been a clash between those who wish to take off the kid gloves and vent some real anger at it and those who wish to harm others or even instill the fear of harm. Naturally, Apple belongs to the latter category. Finally, any mistakes in this letter are strictly my fault. But if you find any factual error or have more updated information on the subject of Apple, Apple-inspired versions of fainéantism, etc., please tell me so I can write an even stronger letter next time.
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please no more HErobrine threads, It waS kinda cool at fiRst, but now thEy Are just fLat out annoying.