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  • iSax1234
    Mar 24, 12:10 PM
    Primordial soup was my creator. I don't feel any compelling need to trumpet that fact though. Insecurity definitely seems to be one of the afflictions that the rabidly religious suffer from.

    If it occurs in nature, it's natural. There are tons of critters out there that engage in same sex behavior, they're natural, why shouldn't human same sex behavior not be natural?

    If you feel like you're no different than millions other animals, except a complex thought system feel free to do what ever you want. Also you should work on recreating that soup I bet it would taste good knowing you have an entire universe filled with over 6 billion people and millions of different species of life. Also, try to find those monkeys that are starting to turn into humans, because the Cavemen on the geico commercial tend to hide from me.




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  • Slix
    May 2, 07:00 PM
    Windows pop ups are always confusing, I agree.

    I guess this is helpful, but for me, I'll probably do it the old way, because I'm so used to it.




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  • regandarcy
    Apr 19, 11:06 AM
    I can't wait! My G5 iMac has officially died and gone to that big computer desk in the sky. It served me well for 5 years, but it's over. Darn thang won't even turn on anymore. I hear the apple start up chime, but the screen stays black and then the iMac just shuts off. But even if I could fix it, it's so old it can't run the latest OSX or even play HD movies. Yup...it's time to buy a new iMac.

    I'm hoping that the next update sees i7s across the line...even the 21.5" models. I expect thunderbolt too since the MacBook pros got it. Other things on my wish list would be for them to include that rumored flash start up drive as standard....but I'm not holding my breath. It would be great if the 21.5" model got the same ability as the 27" to be used as an external monitor. That way in 5 years or more when it becomes unable to run the latest software, you can still use it as a second monitor. :-)

    I like the 27" features, it's just a tad too big. Actually the rumor about Apple adding a 24" size back to the iMac lineup would be PERFECT. But again...not gonna count on it.




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  • rasmasyean
    Mar 19, 12:53 PM
    Umm kind of hard to do this with out the US and its military power. My understanding is the US it mostly going to provide support for it but not as much of the combat forces. The support being things like aerial refueling as we have the most of those flying gas tanks. They will circle over the Mediterranean Sea refueling planes going to and from missions. Kind of key to extend the range of the fighters and Fighter bombers.

    Other thing the US I believe will provide is cruise missals as that they can launch from the Mediterranean Sea. This mostly to take out the Air Defenses. They might provide a few bombers to help take out artillery
    US is not taking the lead. But is providing support. US is going to have the other countries really provide most of the planes needed for this.

    Actually, the US is supplying EWar and Communications as well. The AWACS (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airborne_Early_Warning_and_Control) planes themselves can be considered like "mother ships" of today and fill command and control functions.

    Command craft often make the decisions and lead attack and defense tactics. It's not necessarily the ppl who have the "front line" forces are in the ones who are the major player. "Fighter planes" are just like drones with people in them. They follow orders and do not lead anything. It would be like saying the marines are the leading authority in war. They are not. They are just machine operators who pull the trigger.

    It's really too early to tell what we are going to see, because they never tell you anything. Maybe with this rag tag army, you don't need $billion stealth planes to beat them up so you might not see these kind of things. Maybe later on you will see some predators or some crap only, who knows. But for now they just give the press a story and if the reporter steps out of line, they get him fired, like Geraldo Rivera during the Iraqi Freedom.




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  • stcanard
    Nov 28, 03:57 PM
    Originally Posted by stcanard
    Beta
    MiniDisc
    Memory Stick
    ATRAC
    PSone & PS2?
    HandyCam?

    I think you're missing my point, but maybe I didn't explain it well enough.

    Yes, the PSone, PS2, and HandyCam are succesful items that probably make money as one of the many entries in the field. As are Sony TV's, speakers, etc.

    But they fail at the one thing Sony has been repeatedly trying to do, what Microsoft always tries to do, and what Microsoft is trying to do with the XBox and the Zune -- become the one runaway standard that everybody uses and becomed synonymous with the market.

    Think Walkman and iPod. Think IE (until recently, when firefox has finally started to come back) -- Beta, MiniDisk, Memory Sticks, ATRAC were all attempts to repeat this, and have failed miserably. Blu-Ray is an attempt as well, and I'm not holding my breath.

    Sony is showing that they are now completely incapable of creating that single iconic product ever again, and have been for some time. The post I was responding to was comparing Microsoft to Sony's marketing, which I don't think is positive, from that point of view.




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  • EagerDragon
    Oct 23, 06:16 PM
    At this rate the PowerBook G5 will be here before the Merom.




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  • gr8whtd0pe
    Jan 6, 07:53 AM
    ...but it was seen on Top Gear a few years back (http://i53.tinypic.com/33mv0yb.png) when the boys made their electric car and took it to Oxford.

    http://i54.tinypic.com/99hvma.jpg

    That. Is. Awesome.




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  • wordoflife
    Nov 26, 09:36 AM
    How open minded of you...

    Let's be honest, at least it wasn't a ....

    http://www.ultimatehandyman.co.uk/safe2.jpg

    a safe.

    Last purchase: iTunes Giftcard

    http://images.apple.com/itunes/gifts/images/hero20090909.jpg




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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 23, 11:37 AM
    for all your defending of this feature ... can you give me even one positive reason this is good for the average person that out-weighs the negative ones ... just one

    It's a good feature because Apple has it, otherwise he would be in an uproar.




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  • AvSRoCkCO1067
    Jul 13, 11:42 PM
    Meh, Apple came out with that Express Card slot for the MacBook Pro kind of early as well...but I'm with most people in arguing that a blue-ray drive won't see the light of day in Apple computers until early 2007.




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  • Surely
    Jan 12, 05:37 PM
    I was replying to zioxide, who only talked about screen size.

    Ummmm.......

    That's what SHE said.


    /That's the joke. <- please think of this sentence in Rainier Wolfcastle's voice. Thank you.




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  • Full of Win
    Mar 22, 03:43 PM
    Did not say he would improve it either. :(

    Adding Bluetooth makes a lot of sense.




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  • firestarter
    Mar 20, 01:14 PM
    Can you give me an example where the basic RIGHTS of a religious person was violated by upholding gay rights?

    Or an example of ANY right given to gay people that aren't likewise extended to every other citizen?


    I suspect Daveoc64 is referring to this case (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-12214368) - concerning a gay couple from his home town.

    Equivalent rights were not set against each other - the hoteliers believed they had a right to restrict their trading based on religious beliefs, the gay couple contested that and won. So it's incorrect to say that gay rights were held in a higher regard than religious - since the rights were awarded according to the situation.

    The case is interesting nonetheless. It would be interesting to see what the result would be if the same case were to be contested in the US.




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  • tuna
    Mar 23, 11:08 AM
    Haven't manufacturers been producing 240-250GB 1.8" iPod sized hard drives for years? I though that was part of the speculation of Apple cutting off the iPod Classics: bigger and bigger hard drives had become available but Apple was no longer updating.

    What? The front page article makes it seem like the first time a 1.8" low profile hard drive with capacity over 160GB has been offered.




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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 12, 06:07 PM
    He's young. 16 if I read his other post correctly about the wedding. So his attitude towards driving is expected. I used to streetrace after I got my license and held similar disdain for autos and people driving autos (including my dad). Experience and age mellows attitudes..... sometimes.... hehe.....

    That explains a lot. being 16 means he has very little real experience in driving and a pure rookie at it. The joy of driving is still in his system. Now days most of the time driving for me is a way to get from A to B.

    Driving in traffic every day like i said really made me consider going Automatic. hard to do a low speed crawl in a manual.




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  • rasmasyean
    Mar 19, 04:14 PM
    mispost...ignore.




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  • zin
    Apr 16, 05:15 PM
    I'm currently learning how to drive a stick-shift. Rather easy after a few weeks.




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  • jonnysods
    Apr 19, 07:43 PM
    Very cool. We love our iMac 2010 i3 27" still, but I love to see this model grow and mature and get desktop components.

    Couple more years!




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  • GW3
    Aug 4, 09:11 PM
    If Im not mistaken every KeyNote from Steve Jobs, whether at WWDC, MacWorld or any other event from Apple has been on tuesdays. Why is this one DIFFERENT. Could we see a Movie Store on Tuesday ???????




    Benjy91
    Mar 27, 01:30 PM
    I don't think touchscreen games/consoles could ever completely replace traditional ones. A separate market, yeah, sure. But button-and-joystick consoles won't be going anywhere anytime soon.

    Also, every time LTD posts I have a hard time discerning if he's trolling or not.

    I have often wondered this, but I think it's too much dedication for a troll, but having looked at how he behaves, calling Steve Balmer "Monkey Boy", referring to Microsoft as "Micro$oft" or "Microsuck, he calls Windows "Windoze" or "Winblows" like a small child.

    He immediately bows down and worships any decision Apple makes. He also thinks that Apple should be above the law because of "Their supreme awesomeness"

    From this behaviour I've determined that he has to be about 14 years old.




    Surely
    Jan 12, 05:25 PM
    I just want them to get the thickness and weight down.

    That's what she said.


    Anyway....
    All this speculation about the name of a hypothetical new sub-notebook- it's just not 'wow'. Usually at MW Apple announces some new, exciting product. I just don't see that 'wow' product being a new sub-notebook. I don't think that the over-analyzed banner is referring to a sub-notebook.

    While they are probably going to announce a new sub-notebook, I think that something else will be the product (or service) with the 'wow' factor that Steve Jobs announces as the 'one more thing...' thing. And I don't think that it will be called Nike MacBook Air.




    Uragon
    Apr 21, 12:03 PM
    no, all politicians wave the "privacy" banner... they don't want their employers (i.e. you and me) to know where they've been.

    +1...., the best




    Lestdog
    Apr 26, 01:59 PM
    ...Apple is turning into a company of douche bags.




    Benguitar
    Nov 23, 08:04 PM
    you planning on treating them rough?

    Not really, The reason I spent the money on Oakleys is because from what I've read and seen, Oakley's are tough and will last you years. But also if I travel and don't wish to wear them I want to put them somewhere where they will not be crushed, or drowned, or broken.

    I'm also planning on going into the Coast Guard, So if/when I travel or etc, I want to take great care of my equipment & personal belongings.

    uh...

    that seems awful clunky as a container for a pair of sunglasses...

    I got that size because it was the smallest water proof size, I also plan on getting another pair someday.

    When I spend $200.00 on a pair of sunglasses, When they are not on my head, I want them put away.



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