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You think wrong. "Without" = "Does not have".
As soon as I read the words, "has a more premium feel", I knew this review had been written by a mouth-breathing marketing moron. WTF is that even supposed to be, other than words strung together in attempt to make idiots feel smug about their cluelessness?
As for mine--no removable battery, no removable storage, no desire whatsoever to buy.
I recognised PayPal as a scam from the outset. Never used them, never will.
True, that. Except for the part where other uneducated morons might agree and be motivated to act accordingly.
US citizens can get a visa online to visit AUS or NZ, and IIRC that's also true going the other way.
Personally, I'm all in favour of Thor turning up to the Supreme Court, but he probably wouldn't be allowed in on account of not having a visa.
Citizens of the Nordic countries don't need visas to visit the US. So bring him on.
So yes. There are backups. If there weren't, this outage would have been international news, and not just a blurb on Slashdot.
I read about it yesterday at bbc.co.uk. But thanks for playing.
Your semi-literacy must be an embarrassment to you.
Thanks for helping me laugh on a sad day.
Yes, he took a few missteps, as have we all.
Yes, he was still awesome, and yes, he gave those of us who grew up in the 60s/70s a different and better sort of role model.
I use OpenSUSE. The few things I've not been able to find in their stock repos (most notably a non-braindead version of VLC) have always been available in the alternative repos which can be located simply by searching http://software.opensuse.org/ (Packman rocks, BTW). The only stuff I ever *have* to compile on anything like a regular basis is for work.
Not my problem if you're stuck in the '90s.
Two words: "Package manager".
But I'm thinking you already knew that but couldn't resist making that hoary old troll in lieu of expressing an original thought. Much less having one.
My personal favourite is sites that get your screen resolution and assume your browser window has the same dimensions.
My second favourite is sites that try to force every link to open in a new window. (Yes, 90+% of Chinese websites, I'm looking at you. WTF is with that, anyway?)
We'll always have postcards.
I'm thinking the whole lot of yas just got trolled.