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Comment: Mirror, mirror on the wall.. (Score 1) 425 425

Back in September 2011, Macworld UK reported that the "iPhone_4_is_the_world's_thinnest_phone,_not_the_Samsung_Galaxy_S_II".
That was because Apple obtained an adjudication_from_the_UK's_Advertising_Standards_Authority that Samsung cannot claim their Galaxy S II (thickness 8.71mm) to be the "slimmest smartphone in the world" and that the iPhone 4 (thickness 9.3mm) should have that exclusive honor as the Galaxy S II has a bulge at the camera that reaches 9.91mm !!!
So, the iPhone 4 Remained_The_Thinnest_Phone_In_The_World and kept being lauded for it..
You're not going to let such a great record be marred by a tiny protrusion now, are you? You're just looking at it wrong..
iPhones are best!.. Just ask Apple!

Comment: Don't kill them-use them to vaccinate! (Score 1) 84 84

Why couldn't they just release the irradiated mosquitos directly into affected areas and have them act as a free vaccine distribution vector? I do appreciate that there will be issues but the final costs would be orders of magnitude lower and this approach would naturally be targeting the areas where mosquitos are most active.

When someone says "I want a programming language in which I need only say what I wish done," give him a lollipop.

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