The morons at the Westboro Baptist Church announced plans last night to protest Steve Jobs' funeral, but even they can't resist Apple's really cool tech stuff.

Margie Phelps, daughter of the church’s founder and a lawyer who represented the church during their First Amendment case at the Supreme Court (which Westboro won), Tweeted about the death of Steve Jobs using ... wait for it ...

Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder who died yesterday at the age of 56, literally touched the lives of millions of people. There's a good chance you read about his passing on your MacBook, iPad or iPhone.

Thanks to such influence, the Twitterverse was filled last night with notes of prayer and best wishes to Jobs' family, including countless messages passed along by celebrities from around the country. We've included a few below.

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Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs has resigned from his position, the tech company announced Wednesday. He made his intentions clear in a letter.

Jobs' letter to the board and employees did not mention his recurring and serious health problems, but it was clearly alluded to in the words he chose:

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Just a week after some Steve Jobs photos showed the Apple CEO looking gaunt and frail, a video has surfaced that casts him in a similar light.

Walking only a few steps from a cafe to his car, Jobs moved unsteadily and certainly slowly. His wife Laurenin can be seen in the video as well.

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