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What is Tim Cook really drawing?



Tim Cook, who decided to memorize the Internet at the age of 60, tweeted his own Photoshop version a [frequently edited] commercial for for that iPad Mini to announce today the continuation of the Airpods. Cool.

Is any of this particularly important? Not at all, but that's what we call the news context "context," a tradition largely derived from pay-by-the-word publishing practices, which few web sites have yet to address. Who cares! They're here to give the impression that one of the world's most powerful CEOs is drawing something stupid on a tablet.

As is:

Image: Tom McKay (Gizmodo)

Or this:

Image: Bryan Menegus (Gizmodo)

Or this:

You may find that Tim's original photo of Monday casts a shadow on the screen is not included in the meme he tweeted today. Next to the blank image below, we offer a Photoshop template with the shadow as a separate layer to prove that we are better than the second richest company in the world. (We are.)

Make some trash and publish the results below, you sweet, miserable animals.

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