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Comment: Re:Apple sees the writing on the wall.. (Score 1) 297

Right. Because there's no way to store the apps on the SD card. Android devices don't need HOURS of work, drama queen. When you boot up your phone, it installs the apps. When you plug in the SD card, the data is there. You'd have to go out of your way to mess that up. Being a software engineer is about as generic a term as "I work in IT", and it's clear your knowledge does not go into mobile devices. That gets you nothing, stop embarrassing yourself.

Comment: Re:Apple sees the writing on the wall.. (Score 1) 297

Actually, he probably didn't need to click anything. Swap the SD card (not that you'd know what that is) and enter your email address. The phone will automatically start downloading and installing your apps, and your music/photos/etc. are on your SD. No computer required.

Comment: Re:GMO scientists, who do you think you are? (Score 2) 1229

by SudoGhost (#36288006) Attached to: Activists Destroy Scientific GMO Experiment
The "article" calls them "peaceful protesters". Isn't destroying property considering vandalism? Considering the value of the crops, wouldn't that also be considered a pretty serious felony? I admit I don't know how the courts work over there, but that seems like a pretty serious crime.

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