Can't wait for an atheist president to come along and drive out people like you.
Zeitgeist is pretty awesome indeed.
It lets me know who I shouldn't even bother talking to (because they'll believe anything they hear/see, obviously don't do the research and aren't worth the trouble).
Went to work, came home and carried on like any other day.
And yes, I live in the US. I just don't see the need to buy consumer junk and various other crap I don't need.
I bought the laptop I'm using right now, a Lifebook P2120, in late 2002.
It works great for common tasks... checking e-mail with outlook, web browsing with k-meleon, movies with windvd, torrenting with utorrent; all on top of win2k. I occasionally use it for website work (building, not hosting): apache, php and mysql work great, of course, and photoshop works fine. The big downside would be that all the linux distros I've tried (about 7 or 8 on this machine) are quirky or slow, so I've stuck with windows... which means I have to bother with typical windows annoyances and reinstalls every year or two.
For games (mtgo client), video editing (premiere) or watching downloaded movies that don't play well on the P2120, I reach over and grab my Lifebook P1620. I don't use the P1620 primarily because I prefer the ergonomics of the P2120 (to any laptop).
I'm still waiting for ANYBODY to make another laptop like the Lifebook P2120.
Really? To the rest of the world (or at least western Europe), even 'left wing' American newspapers appear hilariously conservative.
Are you saying it's all backwards? In the rest of the world is...
gun control conservative and anti-gun control liberal?
socialization conservative and privitization liberal?
abortion conservative and pro-life liberal?
Is your view not issue based?
I keep hearing this same sentiment from Europeans and I just don't get it. Can you please elaborate and provide examples.
How 'bout this one?
Moon Landing Hoax
Cowboy Neal Coverup"