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A Pentagon Report Reveals The Extent Of Steve Jobs Drug Use And Blackmail Fears

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And between 1972 and 1974…he LOVED dropping LSD!

A recently publicized background check for a Top Secret government security clearance has revealed specific details about the life of Steve Jobs. When asked about his drug use, the co-founder of Apple wrote:

“I used LSD from approximately 1972 to 1974. Throughout that period of time I used the LSD approximately ten to fifteen times. I would ingest the LSD on a sugar cube or in a hard form of gelatin. I would usually take the LSD when I was by myself. I have no words to explain the effect the LSD had on me, although, I can say it was a positive life changing experience for me and I am glad I went through that experience.”

He was also afraid that he was susceptible to blackmail because he had an illegitimate daughter that could potentially be kidnapped.

Although he admitted in the mid-1980s that he could potentially be targeted, it would “primarily be for the purpose of money, not because I may have access to classified Top Secret material or documents.”

Nothing too exciting, but we're always innerested in learning more about one of the most fascinating contributors to American technology and pop culture. Click here for more deets about the personal life of the man who pioneered the iPhone and countless other contributions to our modern world.

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5 comments to “A Pentagon Report Reveals The Extent Of Steve Jobs Drug Use And Blackmail Fears”

  1. Bsmith says – reply to this


    1

    WelCome to later year. This is OOOOLLLLDDD news. These were reveled shortly after his death. I wish people would do some research before trying to stir the pot. Congrats on more page views, it's blatantly obvious that's why this was posted.

  2. crotchshot says – reply to this


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    Leave it to Perez to train throw dirt on someone after they've passed away. Let him rest in peace and get a life man



  3. 3

    Wait, so the government can publicly release a background check they did on someone? I guess liberals don't care about rights being stripped away as long as no one is being mean to gays/blacks



  4. 4

    It's nice to read about Steve Job's responsible use of LSD; what's the big deal?



  5. 5

    He used te be very handsome.