|The iGhost app will be given free to families |
and counter demonstators
CUPERTINO, CA – Following the stunning announcement regarding the creation of the iGhost application, current Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the first public use of the application will be on iPads given away to the families of soldiers who died in Iraq and Afghanistan whose lives and families were offensively disrespected by picketers from the Westboro Baptist Church.
“We will be donating 1,000 iPads loaded with iGhost for beta testing to the families of the 400 soldiers that these protestors have disrespected, as well as the students of Oak Hills High School in Cincinnati,” explained Cook. “There will be tutors present to help everyone connect to the spirit world. Our intention is for the voices of these soldiers and other powerful spirits such as Dr Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi to join in the refuting of these individuals.”
The rollout demonstration of iGhost will be October 25th at the high school where the cult has chosen to picket. “I personally want to thank Margie Phelps for her work on our behalf as well,” said Cook. “There is the lovely and ironic fact she used her iPhone, our product, to deliver her twisted message the night Steve crossed over, but that simple little fact also led us to be a trending subject on Twitter now millions are aware of her damaged thinking, its quite a bargain.”
There is no apparent reason for the individuals to picket the
high school, but the release of iGhost will allow for the right side to dwarf the small group and prevent their message to be spread. “Steve once said, ‘I want to put a ding in the universe’ and just by pushing these people off the map we’ve done that,” said Cook. Ohio
“As always we are looking to the future,” said Cook. “We believe Phelps has definite opinions that are based on the slim knowledge we don’t want to guarantee publicity for her church and their offensive actions and message but we do want to let people know that we are on the edge of a staggering achievement and it begins with the voices of peace and love.”