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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by Helixc0de, Jun 21, 2011.
I will be the next CEO of Apple. People may laugh or flame my thread.
-Shawn (CEO BITCH).
I am a "CEO" of my own company, I manage 12 employees. I think I have a better chance, just saying.
(PS: I sell computers (Lenovo: Hence why I mention the product a lot) and I also hire Human Directionals that promote small business, mostly new homes)
I'm 14 I have 3 successful apps in the app store. I am fluent in coacoa C++ and Html. I'm a kinda smart 14 year old.
I got my GED...
But hey man, got to start somewhere. May I ask, what apps?
GED is a great accomplishment. I just like to aim high on my goals. But Find the ball, Action Swing, and Bug Spray.
(Edit): Btw there all free.
While I fervently hope that Steve continues to be CEO for the next 30 years in order for your dream to have a chance, I doubt it. Thus, you won't be the next Apple CEO.
Well you certainly aren't going to be Apple's CEO if you can't understand the basics of English. lol
Well I obey traffic laws and walk old ladies across the street.
Obviously I'M the next CEO of Apple, not you.
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Just looked at the app store and can't find one developer who has made three apps with those names?
I got my GED because I was not welcomed by students or staff at my school. GED was the best option for me, I just wish I got it sooner. I still intend to go to college.
Edit: I am very proud that I got my GED, because I put it off so long. I encourage everyone to take it, no matter how young or old.
I published a book. Doesn't mean I'm going to be CEO of Random House Publishing does it?
Of course it does. He gets Apple, you get Random House. Let me know when I can get some free books!