I switched to a Mac in 2012 for my personal shit and about 6 months ago went to a Mac for work too. With the release of Office 2016 for the Mac, I honestly cannot find a single thing I cannot do comfortably on my Mac anymore.
If you have a serious problem with it, Parallels has been running Windows apps for me better than any native PC installation since version 7 back in 2012.
I mean, I know you're probably trolling or trying to be funny, but it's a dead joke in 2015.
You're aware that the Soviets themselves regarded their own propaganda as full of lies and considered anyone who listened to them as idiots. You are aware of this fact, right? I love your infantile comment on Ronald Reagan's attitude towards the Soviet Union. Let's compare and contrast it to Obama's modern attitude.
"Here's my strategy for the Cold War: We win. They lose."
-- Ronald Reagan
"I'm always worried about using the word 'victory,' because, you know, it invokes this notion of Emperor Hirohito coming down and signing a surrender to MacArthur."
-- Barack Obama
Note: Hirohito was not present when the surrender was signed aboard the Battleship Missouri.
It makes me sick to see the phrase, "Western-backed rebel forces". These are Islamists. When Russia says they're only going after the terrorists, they aren't lying. See, there aren't two sides in Syria's civil war, there are three (major ones). There is Assad's government, who represent a minority that would get massacred if they ever lose power (Russia is backing them), the Islamist rebels (we're backing them *puke*), and ISIS (against everyone). There aren't any good guys. The Syrians who want Western democracy? Laughable.
It continues to amaze me, year after year, all the journalists who simply do not comprehend that there are three (major) sides in the battle. When Russia bombs the Islamists, this is nothing more than a proxy war. Putin thinks Obama is finished, weak, and America is ready to be swept aside. This is all Obama's own fault, of course, for his miserable failure during the Syrian nerve gas crisis of 2013. His "red line" was shown to be nothing that anyone need be afraid of. Russia saw weakness and swooped in. According to Putin, this was America's "Suez Moment" and without it Russia would today not be in the civil war and NATO wouldn't have just shot down one of their aircraft.
The woman thing comes from the changes in male-female power due to the punitive divorce laws in America. Rather than have to give up his money in a divorce, he married his dumpy Asian girlfriend. Isn't there a word for white men who prefer Asian women? Isn't it derogatory?
His Chinese is terrible and sounds like a fourth grader. He's just so, so desperate to show off in front of everyone. In a cringeworthy moment, he actually asked Xi Jinping in front of people if he'd name his child. Xi obviously declined, the question should never have been posed in the first place. But he managed to embarrass himself in Chinese, so cool. Not.
Looking down on other humans isn't cool. Not when you do it, not when Zuckerberg does it.
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