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Steve Jobs believed he was WWII fighter pilot in past life

Steve Jobs believed himself to be a World War II fighter pilot in a past life, according to a new memoir by Chrisann Brennan, the mother of Jobs’ oldest child Lisa. The New York Post published an explosive excerpt from Brennan’s upcoming “The Bite in the Apple: A Memoir of My Life with Steve Jobs,” including a number of intimate details about Jobs’ personal life, including spiritual discussions and bedroom habits. Brennan dated Jobs during his earliest days at Apple, and describes herself as his first girlfriend. According to the excerpt, Jobs told Brennan that while driving, he “felt a strong impulse to pull the steering wheel back as if for takeoff.” Brennan also writes that Jobs’ behaviors didn’t “improve” with Apple’s success, rather, “they changed from adolescent and dopey to just plain vicious,” as she details how he would savage restaurant waitstaffs and humiliate people, sometimes without their knowledge. The memoir will be released Oct. 29.

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He was also aroused by the sound of a Mac’s startup chime.

Funny how obsessed we are about Jobs.

Posted by choiceweb on October 17, 2013 at 2:13 PM (CDT)

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