This election is making the inventor of the home personal computer cry
The fact that Donald Trump has gotten so far in this election has seriously upset Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Time spoke with Wozniak, the brilliant technician who created the first mass-market personal computer for home users, the Apple II.
“Donald Trump is a very rude person. Would I ever want a child of mine to grow up talking that nastily about other people? Absolutely not. It just offends me. I watched what’s going to be an ad, I guess, of him making comments about women and I was just crying out loud, right here in this chair in my office, just crying out loud at the things that he said,” he told Time.
“Sometimes people do those things [that make you think], ‘How can that be a human-being person?’” Wozniak added. “Some of his ideas might be okay but I probably don’t agree with most of them. The Republicans to me just don’t match my own personal ethics. But, you know, if I voted, I would vote for somebody who can’t win. If I do vote, it’ll probably be for Bernie Sanders.”
Here’s that ad by an anti-Trump conservative group, Our Principles PAC, featuring women reading out misogynistic comments that The Donald has made over the years:
Also, Woz’s newest project is the Silicon Valley Comic Con, which begins Friday: “When you’re around the tech community, so many of them are into the comics and the fantasy it invokes and the superhero movies. It’s like nobody thought of it until now.”