Wednesday, August 31, 2011

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  • kalisphoenix
    Sep 22, 02:56 PM
    I am 73 years old, I live in Rogers, AR as does my daughter. My daughter is a Walmart employee! She does not have a mustache! The preceding remark is, in my opinion, unnecessary, cruel and sexist.

    There is a great deal about Wal Mart to depise but none of them justify such a gatuitous attack on women, many of whom are single parents, that work hard there to support their families.:(

    :( If it makes you feel any better, I slashed the tires of a guy the other day who was wearing a "I support single mothers" t-shirt with a silhouette of a stripper pole-dancing.

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  • Sydde
    Apr 8, 12:59 PM
    I'd also have to disagree with the notion that people are inherently good, but we can save that discussion for another time.
    No, I think this is an ideal time and place to deal with this issue. If we are discussing the strengths and weaknesses of the christian bible, this is one of the biggest.

    Genesis is pretty clear on the subject. Even if you live your whole life within the bounds of the Forty-Seven Commandments and never violate god's law, you are still bad because you and all of humanity are stained by original sin. Only through faith and prayer can you be redeemed in the eyes of god.

    In other words, it is perfectly natural for a believer to think that people are inherently bad. Quite a fine starting point, that. Life itself is continual penitence for something you had no part in. Only by praying, tithing and doing "god's work" can you overcome the hideous burden of your ancestry.

    But what are "good" and "bad"? Can you always make that determination? Is this why we have clerics, to help us understand the subtleties of morality in terms of "god's law"? To manipulate the interpretation of scripture to make it applicable?

    To an unbeliever, a person is born morally neutral. Their actions can only be graded on the basis of how others are impacted, because "good" and "bad" often change drastically based on one's perspective. As far as I can tell, the most reliable moral measure, beyond direct harm, is whether an action involves arbitrary exercise of power over others, for there can be no "evil" without power.

    This principle flies in the face of religious teaching: one can think evil thoughts and hatch evil plots, but if one lacks the power (or inclination) to carry them out, there is no evil. Scripture clearly shows that "god's law" can be violated in your head as much as by your hand, and one small mental lapse without proper repentance can doom your soul.

    So believers take comfort in the fact that they are doing "god's work". Whatever that means. I say that because "the lord works in mysterious ways", so to know that your course is divinely inspired, most of you have to rely on biblical scholars to figure out how to proceed with "god's plan for your life." Whatever that means.

    Take away the inspiration of divine guidance and what is left? How can life be tolerable without knowing that one is acting on god's behalf, without the promise of eternal joy on the other side, without the warmth of god's love filling your heart? Is it not a bleak existence?

    No. This life is what we get. It is fascinating and terrifying and frustrating and uplifting. Lacking the delusion of god, we replace it with a broad appreciation for everything just as it is. When we help others, we do it because it makes sense and it makes everyone feel good, without the need for the feeling that some supernatural being is giving us a gold star for it. And we resolve difficult moral dilemmas with the compromises that leave everyone disgruntled, because pat answers are not appropriate for complicated situations, and bending the rules to make them fit the situation makes less sense than just trying to work it out.

    So keep your inherently-not-good people to yourselves, they are messing things up for the rest of us.

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  • hondaboy945
    Sep 22, 02:08 PM
    I posted in another post on this website this claim some time ago. Wal-Mart uses loss-leading priced CD sales to draw people into the store. BTW that is directly harmful to other brick and morter stores as well as medium priced online retailers. Are they apologizing for that?

    It seems that since Wal-Mart tends to service the very lowest income class in our culture and many of these folks tend to not have computers, and to the extent they do, tend to not have broadband either, it seems there is a degree of mutual exclusivity of markets.

    Therefore it seems Wal-Mart is less concerned about the sales themselves as the "benefits" they receive by the physical customer traffic they get from some people going to Wal-Mart to buy intentionally underpriced product so they will shop for other things while there.

    BTW Wal-Mart themselves state this, so it is not speculation.


    I was wondering how many hillbillies and other country folk have an iPod. maybe Walmart is afraid that even Billy bob wants to download instead of buying from crappy WM.

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  • MacNut
    Sep 12, 04:42 PM
    The graphics aren't that bad aside from the grey scroll bars. I do miss the equalizer button tho.

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  • v66jack
    Mar 21, 01:33 PM
    Good to know some Apple execs have a sense of humor. Nice story.

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  • Bubba Satori
    Nov 2, 10:38 PM
    Hey I hate Flash more than most

    Why, because you hear cultists chanting it all day long ?

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  • rand0m3r
    Nov 8, 06:16 AM
    just wondering, what is it in the US (like where all this is happening).

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  • archurban
    Nov 8, 09:44 AM
    only 25% faster. well, I pass it. coreduo is still faster. it's still useful or my work. but I will get new MBP when mac os x Leopard will come with mac next year. :D

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  • yellow
    Aug 2, 05:52 PM
    but that doesn't mean that OS X is anywhere near impenetrable

    I don't think that anyone who has A Clue™ doesn't know this already.
    The ilk of people who think it's immune are the same ilk of people that don't understand why their WindowsPC is running so "slowly".

    I just resent being called smug.

    I also resent blackhatters who are new to the OS X game getting all rightous. Where were they the last 5 years?
    They're part of the REASON "mac users are so smug about security".

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  • Master-D
    Mar 8, 05:31 PM (

    quite pretty for something awful?

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  • Koodauw
    Sep 12, 02:07 PM
    Just ordered the black 8GB. Was tempted by the silver, but bigger and blacker won out.

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  • NT1440
    Mar 30, 02:05 PM
    The last time I checked the people of the Congo hadn't asked for US help. Or were you just attempting to confuse the issue?

    I'm sure some of them have, sorta how some of the Libyan people have.

    Side note:
    I'm seriously worried what will become of the power vacuum when Qaddafi leaves. To think the rebel forces are somehow an actual organized group is absurd. The only thing unifying many of these people is the will to see Qaddafi fall. After that there will be a mad struggle for power, most likely in conjunction with half assed elections.

    This whole Libya situation is going to blow up in the not too distant future. I forsee the civil war shifting after Qaddafi leaves into the rebel forces fighting amongst themselves.

    I shudder to think what is going to happen if we arm them, hopefully Obama wasn't just talking out of his ass when he said we actually need to learn from history for once. Our country's cycle of support>arm>aid>turn against>support new group needs to stop, as it is directly responsible for much of the instability we've seen in the world over the last 20+ years. We create our own enemies to fight after they no longer serve our interests.

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  • baryon
    Nov 3, 03:38 AM
    Why is it so hard to get Flash on the iPhone? How come other devices can have it, and the iPhone can't? I mean I know it wouldn't be full blown Flash with keyboard controls and mouse actions, but it would be nice to at least SEE it and be able to CLICK on a few buttons, that's all I need...

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  • Rootus
    May 5, 08:50 AM
    Blow through your data cap with 650MB downloads for every point update? Not happening until Apple can deliver smaller downloads for updates.

    If I have to wait for the carriers to approve this functionality because of bandwidth concerns, then it better not count against my usage.

    /though I'm on an unlimited plan
    //but still

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  • Pegamush
    Mar 19, 08:02 AM
    Yes, I like to have it all with me.

    I listen to music for 9 hours a day when I'm at work and used to get frustrated with my old 60GB iPod photo because I only had half of my collection with me. I've had my 160GB classic since 2007 and I'm now down to my last 5GB of free space.

    A new 220GB classic in September would be perfect timing. :D

    i'm not 100% sure, but you could swap the hd on your photo with a 240gb hd,
    many have done this before.
    (i'm sure you can do it with the "thick" 5g ipod, the 4g ipod may have a different hd connector)
    i think the 5g ipod is the best piece of engineering ever made to listen to music outdoor.
    i've never liked the "innovative" split screen software on 6g (classic), and my 80gb was somewhat slow and suffered click wheel issues, never fixed.
    i really regret i've sold my 5g 60gb white ipod.. i've paid it 450� 5 years ago!!! :eek:

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  • indirstr8s
    Sep 12, 02:51 PM
    Loaded the itunes7, My remote speakers show up, but is not selectable...


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  • Ronlap
    Apr 17, 04:41 PM
    My Best Buy ad in the heart of the silicon valley leads with Dynex flat panels and there is absolutely no mention of iPad anywhere in the circular.

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  • LightSpeed1
    Mar 29, 03:18 AM
    Man, Apple keeps getting lower and lower. First Walmart, now this?Believe it or not they are even on QVC now as well. :confused

    Circuit City will be getting them in April. :D Lmao

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  • scrub0bk
    Oct 14, 05:11 PM
    Mark - what desk is that?

    Sep 12, 01:50 PM
    I don't like the dark grey sliders.

    Michael Belisle
    Nov 12, 03:22 PM
    Unfortunately, I don't think the silent majority of drones who use the facebook app care about the approval process. All that matters to them is that they get their facebook.

    So let's say facebook were to pull the app in protest, or development stalls indefinitely. Who'd get blamed by the population as a whole? Facebook or Apple?

    Mar 21, 03:47 PM
    A Phat iPod Touch sounds like a great product to me. Integrate an iPad touch with limited flash storage and a iPad Hard Drive. Call it the Phat iPod Touch..:eek:

    Hard drives would not be good AT ALL for an iPod Touch. Apps depend on the instant access that flash memory allows for using data, so a hard drive would slow the whole process up, especially on the processor size. Plus, moving objects are exactly why they moved to flash: too fragile and much easier to destroy. Nope, the hard drive based music player has seen its day in the sun and is now going off into the distance. It has a good run, but like the floppy before it (didn't flash memory also kill that too?), its just not good enough for today.

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    Apr 25, 09:30 PM
    You really think less than 50% of gun violence is committed by black men in those countries? You might want to go look at the demographics of those countries.

    Why does gun violence effect the black communities? Prejudice, poverty and lack of access to societal goods others have among many other reasons.

    London: Over half of gun crimes committed by black men, only 12% of the population

    and you might want to read the title of the thread perhaps?

    I guess Americans are more obsessed with race than Europeans....

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