Is there any word yet on the [recently hired] Apple employee who was the donor? Are they back to work yet?
Steve Jobs has returned to work a full day before Apple's oft-promised "end of June" deadline. Jobs, though, is not back in a full-time capacity. Apple chief executive and co-founder will instead be a part-timer until further notice. The company refused to say how many days a week Jobs will be putting in. Heck - Apple’s just …
In true Apple style, everyone will be expecting him to arrive back in massively good shape, with bulging muscles, several new features (extra penis, triple liver for durability), and having undergone huge amounts of cosmetic surgery to look incredibly attractive.
In reality, he'll turn up with a slightly stronger liver and the ability to play the penny whistle (although only to songs from selected record companies)
Couldn't you just commission an animatronics replica to babble out a few stock phrases at shows and otherwise have a committee issue bulls ostensibly signed by him? If you replaced Steve Jobs with a jar of Folgers Crystals, would anybody be able to tell in a blind taste test? As with almost everything else at Apple, isn't this basically more show than substance? I say we prick this supposed "Steve Jobs" with a pin and see if he deflates.
Given that the human body only contains one liver, I doubt the donor will be doing anything bar decomposing!
Now kidney's they're different, humans come with a spare, and if you donate one, the other will actually enlarge to help deal with the load.
Sorry to shoot your joke down - it did amuse me... Honest!
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>> Given that the human body only contains one liver, I doubt the donor will be doing anything bar decomposing!
Yes you only have one liver, but you don't need a whole one - and I believe they generally they will regenerate. It is possible be be a living donor by giving someone some of yours. Take a look at http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/05/20/live_liver_transplants/
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