Alright, here’s the deal. I’ve heard enough from the Microsoftian crazy crowd already this year. From Rob Enderle’s taunting, nasty, rants and diatribes, to Thurrott’s strange, psychotic behavior (whereby he believes Apple’s iPad is a great tool), I’ve heard it all.
Those folks need a few kind words to soften their collectively wrinkled faces before meeting their maker.
Obviously, you folks are in need of the soothing refreshment that comes from owning Apple products. And prune juice. And Forismatic.
This handy little app will give you timely inspiring messages to help calm your nerves and move your bowels (anyone who writes like that trio is definitely constipated).
Forismatic gives you three modes, each with a click. Inspire Me gives wise expressions. Spark of an Idea helps you think. Relaxation Mode comes just before the Kate MacKenzie inspired and aforementioned bowel movement.
Just look at the inspiration Apple haters can use to improve their lives.
The whole Mac screen is engulfed with inspiring quotes.
Or, when quotes won’t do, Enderle, Thurrott, and Blodget need a time out (ostensibly so the prune juice can have time to work).
Apple haters who write their spewing drivel under the influence of Microsoft shilling contracts (akin to sitting on a vertical dried corn cob) will not initially appreciate the extras provided in Forismatic.
Choose a language, set the auto charge timer, set the idea spark timer and wait for better mental health.
If you know someone who hates Apple, hates the Mac, and has a general bout of undiagnosed constipation, point them toward Forismatic. It’s free. It’s healthful. It’s been known to move the bowels of the most intransigent Apple haters.