Cliff Peskin
Feb 18, 2010

Steve Jobs has finally succeeding in razing his house to the ground. Jobs’ crew demolished the home in a single day.

The house was originally built in 1929 by copper mining mogul Daniel Jackling. Jobs purchased it in 1984 and has been fighting a decades long legal battle to tear it down.

According to Wired, Jobs called the house a colossal monster and an architectural abomination.

The news that Jobs went ahead with the destruction and is pushing forward with his dream home is a good sign about his health. Jobs is currently on medical leave of absence from Apple and there have been rumors about him having mere weeks to live.

If he thinks he’s healthy enough to complete his new home then maybe he’s not that sick – let’s hope.

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