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  • ChrisBrightwell
    Sep 27, 07:09 AM
    I haven't heard of any wise young men.They're out there. I meet them all the time.




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  • Huntn
    Mar 4, 08:34 AM
    Regarding Health Care:
    'turned into' a a profit machine? As opposed to... when?
    Providing health services and goods has always been a for-profit enterprise. This is exactly what has lead to the amazing growth in medical technology in the past 100 years.

    Bill Maher New Rule: Not Everything in America Has to Make a Profit (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bill-maher/new-rule-not-everything-i_b_244050.html) 23July09

    Just how exaggerated is the following?:
    And finally, there's health care. It wasn't that long ago that when a kid broke his leg playing stickball, his parents took him to the local Catholic hospital, the nun put a thermometer in his mouth, the doctor slapped some plaster on his ankle and you were done. The bill was $1.50, plus you got to keep the thermometer.

    But like everything else that's good and noble in life, some Wall Street wizard decided that hospitals could be big business, so now they're run by some bean counters in a corporate plaza in Charlotte. In the U.S. today, three giant for-profit conglomerates own close to 600 hospitals and other health care facilities. They're not hospitals anymore; they're Jiffy Lubes with bedpans. America's largest hospital chain, HCA, was founded by the family of Bill Frist, who perfectly represents the Republican attitude toward health care: it's not a right, it's a racket. The more people who get sick and need medicine, the higher their profit margins. Which is why they're always pushing the Jell-O.

    If conservatives get to call universal health care "socialized medicine," I get to call private health care "soulless vampires making money off human pain." The problem with President Obama's health care plan isn't socialism, it's capitalism.




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  • existe
    Oct 3, 05:16 AM
    Do not remember where I got this, had it for awhile now.

    254337




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  • tbluhp
    Feb 9, 01:39 PM
    why dose at&t want you to get unlimited messaging?



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  • TuffLuffJimmy
    Apr 25, 03:04 AM
    I can imagine that Apple provides detailed specs to the manufacturers of the glass and that there is a bidding process involved. That means that any deviation from the provided specs after production will have to be corrected at the cost and time of the manufacturer, not Apple.

    If this is actually the case, than the manufacturer can even be held accountable for the loss in sales.

    More likely it was Apple's fault for specifying either a nearly unachievable spec or for giving a bad material specification.




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  • Rojo
    Oct 9, 05:23 PM
    It's pretty darn sexy. I'm loving it so far!!

    But....is there really no way to lock portrait viewing so it doesn't go into landscape mode every time you turn it? If so...boo!!



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  • Dreadnought
    Jan 25, 03:56 PM
    Yes it does! And my 27" iMac is crunching 24/7 since I'm back from a holidays. And getting bonuspoints now, doing about 9000 ppd with the advmethods. This is a huge improvement for me, but don't know if I keep folding 24/7 because of the electricity bill... Cheers guys!




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  • Lord Blackadder
    Apr 5, 06:59 PM
    Fair enough. I'd be interested in your thoughts on Post No. 50, if you have any.

    I agree with the notion that people should try to take steps to avoid risk, and that people can greatly reduce personal risk by making safer choices.

    But this nugget of wisdom does not really touch on the substance of the issue arising in the OP, to wit - how much responsiblity does a rape victim carry? Or, to turn the question around, how much of the rape is not the rapist's fault?

    What kind of twisted logic hears of a rape decides that looking "like a prostitute" is the salient feature of the case? What about the crazed deviant who committed the crime in the first place? Indeed, I think Gelfin's analogy is apt - if a smartly-dressed man is mugged, should we simply shrug our shoulders and say "well, he looked like he had a lot of money so he was asking for it. He should have been wearing something less ostentatious."

    It's also, by the way, fallacious to assume that only young, attractive and/or scantily-clad women are raped. Such suppositions are the product of the same twisted male chauvinist perspective that suggests that looking "like a prostitute" means that women are "asking for it".



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  • calzon65
    Apr 27, 04:19 PM
    Don't worry somebody's already working on an app to block the tracking. You can bet on that:D

    and watch, Apple will ban that app.




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  • jesuscandle
    May 2, 04:37 PM
    Blood transfusions have quite literally saved my life - twice - yet I am ineligible to give due to a past cancer.

    If you can, please give. You'll help people like me live to see another Mac. :)



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  • psychometry
    Oct 5, 07:27 PM
    Wow... that whole site is down. Too much traffic, or has Apple's top secret FBI assasin group struck again. One things for sure... don't "F" with those boys and their secrets.

    And to the Safari-haters, show some love. Safari might be a little short on features if you're used to Fox or Omni, but at the end of the day it's still the most elegant and simple browser out there, and it does have its strengths. It's RSS reader was pretty groundbreaking, and still is one of the best, it's one of the few browsers that actually handles fonts and anti-aliasing properly, and it renders CSS layouts very cleanly and without bugs for the most part. So don't hate so much. It's only going to get better every time.

    Safari's CSS is pretty good, but DOM support is lagging, in my opinion. I use Camino for general web browsing and Firefox with Firebug and other extensions for development. Maybe if Firefox 2 runs faster and leaks and uses less memory I'll use it for everything.

    IE7's RSS aggregator looks like it might shape out to be among the best.




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  • HiRez
    Apr 7, 01:20 PM
    Wow, that is completely awesome! Now we need the Colecovision emulator and games, and Namco and Nintendo packs...

    It shows you how amazing these games were that they can still make money on them over 30 years later.



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  • RobNYC
    Apr 7, 12:56 PM
    The thing is, all these games are available for free online for your mac. I suppose if you want to play them on your ipad or phone that's one thing. If that doesn't matter, you can get your nostalgia for free. Same goes for NES, Coleco, Super NES, and Genesis emulators.




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  • mr.steevo
    Apr 7, 01:54 PM
    This must be the William Hung of game Apps.

    Everyone knows it stinks but they buy it anyway...



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  • revelated
    Jan 20, 11:16 PM
    Frankly I'm skeptical. I owned a 1999 Altima GXE with a manual transmition. Great great car for what it was. I'd still be driving it if some drunken moron in a truck hadn't totaled it. Anyways, my Altima was equipped with a different engine (KA24DE 4-cylinder, 2.4L) but was about the same size as your engine. It weighed slightly less, about 250lbs or so. Under normal driving conditions I could manage 30-31mpg combined cycle. On the highway, if I kept the speed down, I could do 35mpg (my best numbers were from a 360 mile trip @60mph - 39.5mpg). I had a 15.9 gallon tank, which meant I could get just about 500 miles on a tank of gas (I was brave once and drove 492 miles on one tank before I chickened out).

    I don't know which year Altima you have, but you have a 20 gallon fuel tank and depending on what year, your EPA mileage is between 20-23 city and 27-32 highway. I'll grant you the 32mpg number because my Altima did better than the EPA numbers. 32mpg will get you 320 miles on half a tank. Heck, I'll even give you my best 39.5mpg number - but that still only gets you 395 miles on half a tank. In order to go 500 miles on half a tank of gas, you'd have to be getting 50mpg. And I don't believe that. I don't know of a single gasoline-powered car that can go 1000 miles on one full tank.


    Here's the deal. You need to understand how gas burning really works. You also are not at liberty to speak on what is or is not possible on that trip without actually having driven it - as I have.

    Mountains separate Phoenix and San Diego. Additionally, there is a long stretch where one can set cruise control at 80MPH, barely pushing the RPMs because it's in the highest gear. The mountains result in frequent instances of just coasting down, and with the exception of certain inclines, your acceleration is done by gas spurts rather than constant depressing of the accelerator. Less actual acceleration, less gas burned for the distance. Lower RPMs, less gas needed to propel the car. Use the car's momentum to keep it moving at a high speed without constant acceleration. Once I hit Arizona and the speed cameras and cops kicked in full force, I was limited to 65 MPH. That of course naturally increased my mileage since it took even less to move the car.

    What I'm saying to you is that if one knows how to drive a car properly on freeways, you can hit mileage that exceeds what the car would normally be able to accomplish quite easily. It's city driving that drops that number significantly. Too many people are so hell bent on the numbers. The numbers don't mean jack in the real world and I don't know how many times I need to tell people that. The web is replete with stories of non-hybrid Altimas pushing 450+ miles. The key is how you drive, not the capacity of the tank or the rated MPG. It's the people who are lead footed that don't see the full potential of the car.




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  • saabmp3
    Sep 18, 06:09 PM
    I use ameritrade, mainly on my PC. You need to pay extra for Level 2 tickers unless you make a certain amount of trades per month.

    BEN



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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 28, 05:58 AM
    Too right.

    The iPhone 4 is now 10 months old, that's getting a bit long in the tooth in the ever evolving tech world. :)

    Agreed + the fact that this model was not released with the original phone; so it was going to suffer.

    The real comparison would be the white iPhone 4 + the black iPhone 4 after April to iPhone 3GS when the iPhone4 came out.




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  • CDCC
    Mar 27, 07:54 PM
    TomTom or Garmin wouldn't help Apple that much. Garmin and TomTom both license either Teleatlas or Navteq for road data and they don't have access to much else since most of their devices are "offline" devices. Google has used Google Maps to build up a lot of data (they currently provide their own traffic on Google maps by curating all the data from mobile GMaps users, etc). A lot of people are missing out on the fact that "maps" that people expect today is a lot more than just road data. Getting access to road data is not that complicated for Apple to obtain. The rest is very complicated. Currently Google is the leader in this and there really isn't a close second (although Bing is doing some innovative things in this area).


    TomTom owns TeleAltas but they license their data out to everyone just like Navteq. That is their bread and butter.

    http://www.gpsmagazine.com/2007/07/tomtom_acquires_tele_atlas_for.php




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  • Ha ze
    Nov 21, 05:22 PM
    perhaps as far as adding things to phones a cell phone has topped out?

    now the solutions to "good ones" are just to organize and simplify what they already have and thats how Apple will be able to do the same as iPod with iPhone.

    One item i wish i had would be the ability to organize people by where i know them or something like a "playlist" or folder set up. you know, work people, school people, restaurants etc... i think it would make browsing through the phone book a bit nicer




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    Feb 7, 12:34 PM
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    WiiDSmoker
    Apr 4, 10:41 AM
    Thank you, Apple, for weeding out the companies whose business model depends on selling my information to junk-mailers.

    This is the kind of 'crazy-Steve-Jobs-control' I can live with.

    So because you don't like Financial Times it's okay for everyone that they are holding out iPad subscriptions. This is exactly what's wrong with you Apple fanboys.

    You should be penalizing Apple for allowing this to happen. but instead you jump for joy.




    HiVolt
    Mar 23, 11:46 AM
    That's because, One) All the people you hear about are department heads, and when you're in charge of a segment of a large corporation you're typically a Vice President, and Two) Apple doesn't just throw people into a position as a filler. When you are put in charge of a division of Apple, you're there because you've done good things in the past and they expect you to be there for the long haul.

    Yeah, but you hardly hear of a "President" of some department. It's like the two levels are VP and Senior VP. If there is a Vice, there should be a President, no? :)




    ranviper
    Feb 1, 10:22 AM
    February already, Here's mine........For now

    Source of Original (http://tomkoole.com/includes/pages/wallpapers/dailies/100113_Streak.png)

    Icon set? :rolleyes:




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    Sep 13, 10:46 AM
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    Wall >> link (http://photonfuel.deviantart.com/art/It-s-All-True-177300927?q=favby%3AheyisTi%2F1403781&qo=2)

    thank you



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