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  • puma1552
    Oct 16, 06:43 AM

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  • fivepoint
    Mar 28, 08:19 PM
    Take 5 minutes and watch this outstanding response to Obama's speech by Freshman Senator Rand Paul:

    Intervening in a civil war in a tribal society in which our government admits we have no vital interests to help people we do not know, simply does not make any sense.

    What did you think of Obama's speech? Of Paul's? Which one more reflects your own worldview?

    For me personally, this really emphasizes to me that 'change' isn't just a slogan; its an ideology, it's a worldview. It's time to start standing up for smaller government, less foreign entanglements, less debt, less stimulus, less handouts, less, less, less. Obama won't get you there, he's just more of the same... only worse. People like Rand Paul and his father represent real change, beyond what either two major parties have been able to offer during the past 100 years.

    Complete Transcript:
    The President of the United States often faces unforeseeable dilemmas that demand tough decisions based on reliable intelligence. The recent events in Libya presented President Obama with such a scenario. But how our Commander in Chief chose to handle this new dilemma raises serious questions about his understanding of constitutional checks and balances.

    Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi is every bit the madman Ronald Reagan once said he was, but are the rebels adherents to Jeffersonian democracy or Bin Laden's radical jihad?

    In then-candidate Obama said that "The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation."

    I agree with candidate Obama. Unfortunately, President Obama has failed to heed his own advice. He has ignored our constitution and engaged us in a military conflict without congressional debate and approval

    What imminent threat did Gadhafi or Libya pose to the United States? Obviously, the decision to take military action of this magnitude is something that should not be taken lightly, and should first require determining whether it is in the United States' vital national interest.

    Over the weekend, even Defense Secretary Robert Gates admitted that America has no vital interest in Libya.

    Our brave men and women in uniform are patriotic defenders of our nation. They are members of the greatest military in the world, and in times of war, I am confident of their willingness and ability to ensure that our vital interests are protected.

    But they should not be asked to be nation-builders or the world's policemen. And they should serve in wars authorized and called for by the United States Congress, not the United Nations.

    At the moment, there are uprisings taking place across the Middle East. The problem with sending U.S. military to help rebels in Libya or anywhere else is that we are taking sides in a conflict and on behalf of a people whom we know nothing about.

    When, or if, there is regime change in Libya, what kind of leadership, exactly, will replace Gadhafi? Who are the Libyan rebels exactly? The Daily Telegraph newspaper in London reported over the weekend that some Libyan rebel leaders now claim they have members of al-Qaida within their ranks and are glad to have them. Why do we have American soldiers, our best and bravest, helping people in Libya who may be the very same people we ask our military to fight in Afghanistan and Iraq?

    Intervening in a civil war in a tribal society in which our government admits we have no vital interests to help people we do not know, simply does not make any sense. Libyan society is complicated, and we simply do not know enough about the potential outcomes or leaders to know if this will end up in the interests of the United States, or if we are in fact helping to install a radical Islamic government in the place of a secular dictatorship.

    Of even more lasting concern is how our troops were committed to this battle by President Obama.

    The Founding Fathers understood the seriousness of war and thus included in our Constitution a provision stating that only Congress can declare war. The decision to wage war should not be taken cavalierly. As Madison wrote:

    "The Constitution supposes what the history of all Governments demonstrates, that the executive is the branch of power most interested in war and most prone to it. It has accordingly with studied care vested the question of war in the Legislature."

    If President Obama had consulted Congress, as our Constitution requires him to do, perhaps we could have debated these questions before hastily involving ourselves in yet another Middle Eastern conflict.

    The Constitution doesn't say the president can wage war after he talks to a handful of Congressional leaders.

    The Constitution says Congress - all of Congress - is responsible for declaring war.

    While the President is the commander of our armed forces, he is not a king. He may involve those forces in military conflict only when authorized by Congress or in response to an imminent threat. Neither was the case here.

    We are already in two wars that we are not paying for. We are waging war across the Middle East on a credit card, one whose limit is rapidly approaching. And this is just wrong.

    We already borrow money from countries like China to pay for our wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and it would be interesting to know how many Americans believe we should continue borrowing money and saddling future generations with debt to pay for our current actions in Libya.

    The subtext to the President's speech concerning Libya tonight was "What if we had done nothing?" But a better question might be, What if helping Libya's interest actually hurts America's interests? What if we are sending our military to places where we might actually be helping the same terrorists we fight in other countries or potential future terrorists?

    It's time that we re-examine these policies by once again consulting the Constitution on such matters and the common-sense principles that made this country great. We can no longer afford to spend what we don't have. And we can't afford to address every other nation's problems before we can address our own.

    Over the coming days and weeks, Congress will force President Obama to confront these questions. Our brave young men and women have answered the call of duty time and time again over the past decade. Our soldiers deserve, at the very least, that before we send them into a third war that Congress - the People's House - deliberate, debate, and decide whether this war is in our vital national interests.

    We will gather information, ask questions, and deliver our best advice about whether we, as the people's representatives, believe we should be at war. Whatever the outcome, we stand square behind our troops, and seek that their mission be clear and true.

    Thank you for listening tonight, and God bless the United States of America.

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  • lazyrighteye
    May 5, 07:54 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Please Apple, wirelessly update everything (iTunes, iPhotos etc). It is long overdue. Plugging my iPhone into my MacBook make absolutely little sense.


    It actually makes a lot of cents... For Apple.
    You don't get to billions in profits by selling just phones. ;)

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  • rlreif
    Nov 27, 07:09 PM
    idiots... could have had my moey years ago... but now its too late!!! pirated it a long time ago... greed loses

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  • buffalo
    Sep 12, 06:16 PM
    Can someone give me some idea when the Apple Store Birmingham UK will get the new nano's in stock?

    You could always call the store and ask... Might be quicker and more accurate than waiting for someone else from MR to answer.

    Also some questions... (continued from my post on the previous page)

    Is there anyway to get the new earbuds? The original buds do not fit my (small) ears, and I would like to try something new. Right now I'm using some Sony ( over-the-head headphones.

    Will there be a software update that will bring gapless playback and the other new features to the original nanos?

    Will the original nano dock work with the new nanos?

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  • Treq
    Nov 9, 01:16 PM
    It's on Apple. It's about the $$$. They want to sell you video, and not have you watching it for free on some other site.

    (And it could also be part of the original plan with AT&T, whose network really couldn't handle all that video traffic at the start, and probably still can't.

    And QT will never be the video standard, because it allows you to save the content. Flash-video sites don't want you saving the video content.

    First, you are kinda contradicting yourself there. On one hand they want everyone to use the QT video standard, which allows you to save videos. But on the other hand they don't want you getting video for free from anyone else?

    Second, sure apple wants to sell you video... they are in business to make money. But is that really why they aren't allowing Flash yet? And if so why are there a multitude of apps in the app store that distribute video. (Joost, MLB, EyeTV, SlingBox...) Apple makes no money from the video in those apps, just from the initial sale of the app, and only then if it isn't a free app.

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  • JAT
    Apr 13, 10:53 AM
    I'm not fooling anyone. I live in California. I know what its like to be price gouged for everything cost of living wise. I am very lucky to be able to afford the lifestyle. I would have no problem paying a 10-15% premium for a product made here, that is supported here, and helps develop my community.

    Your community? You are a factory worker and make $7/hr?

    These comments are so unrealistic. NIMBY ought to be the new nickname for the USA.

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  • Keebler
    Jul 23, 09:45 AM
    If it's going to have a huge screen why not make it have a satellite based navigation system too. That would be handy...

    As for the reader, sounds cool to me! :)

    this is a great point and something that would totally enhance the ipod line.

    here's why:
    1. points of reference - my garmn gps has PORs for anywhere i go...picture it: gas stations, restaurants, historical landmarks etc.. i believe it even has cinemas too. think of walking around as a tourist after dloading the map to a new city and know exactly where you are going.

    2. memory - maps don't take a lot of memory. my garmin only has 64 or 128, a few songs worth, of maps. and i have ALOT of territory on it. in fact, about 18 driving hours worth, including fully maps of major cities.

    3. ipods are already integrated into vehicles and personal gps' are growing huge in popularity. combine this with an impatient society wanting everything in 1 gadget :)

    of course, i'm sure the electronic side of things in terms of connecting to sats etc.. might cause issues, but it's an interesting thought at least.

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  • AP_piano295
    Apr 26, 12:13 AM
    You don't understand how that could come off as racist? The many successful black role models around today simply don't exist in your world view somehow?

    I'll agree some of the comment's weren't in the best taste. But take a step back and look at some of the numbers they're really are some worrying disparities between black communities and other communities in the US (and apparently Britain as well).

    Almost 80% of black women give birth outside of wedlock. Which is roughly twice the average rate and 3 times the rate of white women. And a dis-proportionate number of crimes are committed by black men.

    I'm NOT trying to claim that there aren't successful well educated black people out there. Obviously there are lots of them (including our current president) but your being delusional if you cannot recognize there are some very serious problems in the black community.

    One obviously needs to consider factors like poverty, lack of education etc. And even today there are certainly lingering problematic ripples from slavery and segregation.

    But there are cultural issues which members of the black community are going to have to confront.

    --> Entertainment Role Models - There is a massive shortage of visible role models in the black community. Don't get me wrong I love rap and hip hop but it is abundantly clear that much of this music glorifies woefully poor behavior.

    --> Language (you might be able to lump this in with education) I would never hire someone who can't speak passable English but never the less this ridiculous cultural lingo persists and propagates.

    There are plenty of other problems to consider, but its seriously important that we start discussing this ****. Because the issues definitely aren't going go away if we close our ears and scream LALALALA !!

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  • guffman
    Aug 3, 04:28 PM
    on the banner, there is a laptop looking object to the right of the powermac where the screen is taller than the base
    it looks kinda suspicious to me

    it's called a macbook....:rolleyes:

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  • shadowfax
    Aug 2, 06:07 PM
    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".
    I did not intend to call you smug; I apologize if you took it that way... I was responding to your assessment of how "hackers" view Mac Users/The Mac Community.

    I think that there are actually a good deal of people with A Clue� (in general) that don't understand much about OS X security. I was speaking with hyperbole--I think a lot of people who do have this clue thing think that it's somewhat hard to write viruses for OS X... Apple certainly advertises it horrendously these days.

    As for blaming BlackHatters for our ignorance about security issues, I think that you need to get that clue thing for saying that. And as for smug OS X newcomers, you would do well to remember that OS X is MOSTLY *nix at the base. You don't have to be a hardened OS X developer to futz around in it.

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  • azentropy
    Apr 14, 10:07 AM
    As great as Macs are, the price will still be a determining factor at the end of the day. I don't see it getting as popular as PCs are. Maybe 20%?

    I think that is about right. Macs are still a premium and premium priced product. There is a limited market that can afford premium priced products. You can get a mini-tower system from HP/Dell/Acer for $700 and it costs > $2000 to get a similar performing system from Apple (even if the Apple does come with more "features"). Many people can't afford or justify the price difference.

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  • mr.barkan
    Sep 12, 10:46 PM
    I agree that Apple needs to come up with some new designs for their hardware. I think the new nanos are a perfect combination of the nano (slim design, flash memory) and the mini (seemless casing, scratch proof) but the other products seem to be long in the tooth. The MacBook Pro/PowerBook has looked basically the same since it was debuted with a G4 processor (what was that, 2002?). The MacBook/iBook got a somewhat update look with the latest release, but kind of took a step backwards IMO.

    However, with all of that said, 99% of us do not work for Apple and do not know how to design like they do. Where do you go with the current MBP? I would love to see an anodized black version but that still does not give us much of a difference at all. I am interested in seeing new products. I was dissapointed when they released the new MacPro's in the same encolusers. An extra optical slot and moving the power chord to the top of the tower does not count as a redesign.

    Oh c'mon!! Why did the designers at apple pay education for?? Really?!!

    Ok... I studied design myself(although a cinematographer now ;) ), and I know how hard it is to keep a sleek, clean, "ahead of it�s time" look and feel. But please!! 1yr Retro style?? Are they using recycled minis or something??

    Really guys... This is not a complaint but Steve "Marketing Master" Jobs was not happy on this one... I know alot of people love the minis, and I also know that they will sell millions of "retro" nanos... but in a market POV it�s really bad to "go back in time" with design and say it�s brand new. And one last note about them: There�s millions of colors on the pallete... why use the same ones?? Again: are they recycled?? Cause if they are, I�ll buy a couple, just for the sake of "saving the world".

    the Mac Pros for example... they could�ve done the cases with different finish or something.. but keeping the same design saved them millions of cash...

    BUT WAIT!! :p

    Ok... let�s get a little optimistic here:
    Steve told us all last year, that this (2006) was going the be the "year of transition". So it�s quite dumb of us to expect big redesigns, and/or mint new technologies...

    That makes me think that the design team is REALLY focusing on applying those new patent technologies on a brand new line of products hard/software. And what happens is:
    Marketing Director - Time for new yearlly ipods!!
    Design Chief Exec. - Do we still have some Mini aluminum on stock?
    Chief Hardware Engineer - Yes plenty for a couple of million.
    Design Chief Exec. - Okay, so let�s just wrap up our current stock of nanos with it, and get the hell out of here.
    Marketing Director - Yes, cof cof, sir.

    ;) These are just my two cents... :p

    Conclusion: Big redesigns -> 2007-2008

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  • BenRoethig
    Sep 5, 03:51 PM
    I really don't see any MB or MBP updates. Again, I could be off, but I don't see those until later this year.

    I'm sure the C2D chips coming out on all sorts of Windows laptops may be putting some pressure on Apple to update their laptop line, but I think it's still too soon.

    It might be too soon for you, but Apple will lose sales if they stick with yonah.

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  • Object-X
    Oct 15, 09:44 PM
    They should do a commercial with the Mac and PC guy. The Mac guy can have an iPod the PC guy a Zune. Enter cute girl. She gets an earbud from the Mac guy as she smiles looking like they might start making out. PC guy gets that dude in a dress asking, "Did you get it? I don't get it!"


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  • skellener
    Mar 28, 12:24 PM
    What does it matter? The more sales the better, right?Exactly. There are only so many Apple Stores around the country. Apple realized it could sell more products to more people if it branched out and sold them in stores everywhere. So what if it's Target or Best Buy or Radio Shack? If it's closer to your house, it'll be easier for you to buy. Of course, that also assumes they can make enough supply for the demand! ;)

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  • OdduWon
    Nov 3, 11:42 AM
    mac is about sharing your creativity with the ones you love. In this era of myspace and mmorpg's do we need a nother form of social interaction with no physical interaction. I still think that istations are a good idea. I would like to be in line at the store and see a girl listening to ipod, and i see her ilisten light on, so I check out her playlist, though this is a lot like myspace, at least you have the ability to walk over and say "hey :) ,i love your station. I see from your event list that the band (...) is playing this fri. would you like to go with me :cool: " Yes stalkers are inevitable, but this could be pretty cool.

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  • narco
    Jul 22, 09:03 PM
    I remember reading rumors that there will also be text-to-speech features in the new iPod. If they combine books and this, that'd be awesome.

    I don't care about screen real estate, eBook readers or any of that. Give me a 100GB hard drive!


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  • WildPalms
    Sep 6, 10:16 AM
    *next* Tuesday ;)

    Merom in the iMacIntel does leave a space in the lineup for the Conroe Mini-Tower.

    I swear, you MUST be using that as a running joke. I mean, its just got to be for laughs now, right?

    Tell me *next* Tuesday...

    Dec 6, 01:56 PM
    Personally I haven't listened to them much in years, and last month did a retrospective of their stuff ( it was interesting since most of my memory comes from the original US LP's my brother owned.

    I really don't listen to much pop music ... I mention Pat Metheny as it is about as close to mainstream stuff as I get. So for me they aren't so tired ... certainly less so than the Eminem my older son listens to so much ...

    I worded my original poorly, I was speaking of influence and being derivative ... Zepplin is a great example, as whether or not they were good, they were heavily influenced by the Beatles, Who, Jeff Beck group, and so on ... and it shows heavily in their work.

    That's cool. I knew what you were getting at.

    I've recently rediscovered "Abbey Road", which I've been playing a lot of (mostly starting with track 6 and playing to the "The End"). It really is timeless and reminds me of many other bands.

    Blue Velvet
    Nov 27, 01:12 PM
    I also think that whoever has the remaining rights to this material realise that its shelf-life is almost up. In 5-10 years time, the broad appeal of much of this material may have less relevance to the average consumer and its perceived market-value may be far less.

    That's not a comment on the merits of The Beatles' music; just my view based on many of the comments I read by what I am assuming are younger music listeners.

    I'm 43, many of these songs are ingrained into my memory from childhood, but the only Beatles albums I would possibly be interested in are maybe 2-4 remastered CDs; I'm not interested in downloads at all. But to be honest, I don't feel that by not currently owning them that my music collection is lacking at all.

    Mr. Retrofire
    Apr 11, 06:35 AM
    Wouldn't be surprised if the high costs are due to the pirates ripping them off.

    Geez! Please spare me such uninformed comments, and read this:


    Sep 12, 10:15 PM
    Did nobody not notice that the Nano ad shows the clickwheel glowing along with the screen? Looking at photos of the new Nano kind of kicks down that prospect, but it's a little of a let down when you realize the click wheel does not glow like in the ad.

    It would be sweet though. :rolleyes:

    I noticed. I too was hoping that it glowed like in the ad.

    Nothing indicates that it would.

    I'm glad I waited. Eye-ballin' a silver one myself.

    Oct 26, 05:57 PM
    im ruuning at 50ish which is what its always at...

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