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Comment: Re: Good luck with that. (Score 1) 285

by Mashiki (#47572605) Attached to: Ford, GM Sued Over Vehicles' Ability To Rip CD Music To Hard Drive

I'm curious, who made the units for GM and Ford?

Depends on the year, model and a few other things. The one in my car is done by samsung(GM suv). My sisters dodge pickup uses nokia, I know ford used a bunch of companies but it made a huge mess in terms of repairs. So companies seem to be standardizing it.

Comment: Re: Tag, you're it! (Score 1) 171

Well, I guess that makes it right; Israel clearly has zero moral obligation to avoid targeting hospitals if the Geneva Convention says it's okay.

Consider the matter settled.

One of these days you'll figure out the rest. Remember that in Israel's case, they could level Shifia hospital. It's illegally being used as a hamas c&c structure, but they don't do it.

I'm sure you'll also have aged in a few years, and realize why your second sentence proves that you're the a-typical liberal who when faced with something they don't like, they revert to ad-homs.

Comment: What Apple .. do.. app quality. (Score 1) 155

by aliquis (#47569943) Attached to: Is the App Store Broken?

On Steam there's the Greenlit section.

Only vote for what you want, don't vote for the rest.

However it's abused by developers and bundle makers in that the developers may for instance run a contest where you're supposed to vote it up to be part of it or the bundle makers promising Steam keys if the game is greenlit.

Hence you get votes for shit.

If it was more restrictive and shit wasn't let it that might had been a good thing.

Alternative is to put badges on all the titles where you put gold badges on actually good products played by many, silver on other good/decent products and nothing on the rest or something such.

Comment: Re: Tag, you're it! (Score 4, Informative) 171

It still doesn't excuse Israel ignoring the targeting said hospital though.

When a group fires from the grounds of a hospital, religious building, or homes, under the geneva convention those buildings automatically become military targets. There is no ignoring the geneva convention, what you've just posted is that hamas is committing war crimes in order to try and sway opinion.

Comment: Re:Gee, isn't Iron Dome supposed to be worthless? (Score 1) 171

So, if it's 5% effective, why is it getting 80-90% of all the incoming rockets from Gaza? It appears that the H:M ratio is much higher than that, and it's "smart" enough to figure out which rockets are not going to land in a civilian area.

That liberal arts community is the same group that's happily pushed nuclear research back 30 years, so they can go fuck themselves, while sipping their latte in their ivory towers, while protesting capitalism.

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