Woz secures permanent residency in Australia

“Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is one step closer to becoming an Australian citizen after securing permanent residency,” The Sydney Morning Herald reports. “The tech guru, who first applied for citizenship in 2012, has been moving aspects his life to Australia, with Tasmania – a location he says is on his bucket list – the place he hopes to make his home.”

“The man who formed Apple with Steve Jobs in 1976 has also become an adjunct profession at the University of Technology in Sydney and will initially buy a Sydney home, the Australian Financial Review reported Friday,” SMH reports. “‘I have now got a visa for dis­tinguished people – or something like that – it took a long time and cost some money, but we have done it for our entire family, so we can all reside here,’ Wozniak said. ‘I want to be a distinguished part of this country and some day I may say I lived and died an Australian, and that would be a really nice thing to be able to say. No country is perfect, but I like a lot of things about this place.'”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “FlashJackFromGundagai” for the heads up.]

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Woz moves to Australia to become adjunct professor at University of Technology – October 24, 2014
Apple co-founder Woz wants to be Australian citizen – September 25, 2012


        1. I feel sorry for you. Truth doesn’t change just because you decide that you don’t want to believe it. There are absolute truths wether you chose to accept them or reject them is up to you. However, there are consequences for rejecting them and you’ll suffer those consequences wether you believe it or not. The sad thing is that you’ll have a very long time to regret your decision. For your sake, please reconsider.

          1. The truth did not change.

            Just like kids finally realize Santa isn’t real they figure out that the Old Jewish Book of Tales (thanks, Bill Maher) is fiction as well. The universe and the earth reveal themselves as something very different than anything described in any holy book.

            Steve Jobs- as smart as he was- delayed medical treatment for 6 months of prayer, fasting and things other than scientific medicine. In all likelihood, the delay was a death sentence- neuroendocrine tumors are not cured by sky gods, fasting, funky diets or healers.

            Peace to all. Festivus for the rest of us.

  1. I don’t blame Woz one bit. I worked on a movie on the Gold Coast and stayed in a place near Surfer’s Paradise and I LOVED it down there! Cannes, Port Douglas and all the other fantastic coastal areas circling the country are pretty awesome and beautiful. Brisbane with it’s waterways is pretty amazing too. The oldest tropical rain forests, the Great Barrier Reef – it spoiled me for Maui which did not seem nearly as “tropical” nor as unspoiled. The Aussie women aren’t bad to look at either…

  2. Hopefully, he will reside deep in the outback beside a little billabong with no road access, no radio service, and no electricity.

    That should cut down on his ridiculous commentary a bit.

  3. Woz needs to drag his arrogant arse back to someplace that will consider him useful. Self-appointed genius is not respected in Oz. Besides he’ll always be a GDY (Aussies will know what that means). Woz, you may be able to buy your way in but you’ll never be an Aussie. Go back to your fake garage and do something useful in this century. Your sojourn on DWTS was proof that you will do anything to suck to suds from a flat beer. Hoo roo.

    1. “Besides he’ll always be a GDY”

      This god damn yankee is more than happy to stay right here and have the ability to protect himself, unlike you pussies who allowed your liberal politicians to put you in the same situation as the U.K.

      Be careful in those cafes Aussie boy.

      1. And you’re also welcome to stay in a country with one of the highest rates of mass killings by firearm in the world.
        I’m sure Woz and his family will enjoy living in a country that has had zero such incidents since outlawing the possession of assault weapons by private citizens.

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