Resistance is futile, we are Microsoft, Oh wait, sorry, we are Samsung! I want to be ruled by foreign governments.
And how do you suppose you stop the NSA fro intercepting your pc and adding their own little spyware?
Not a problem.If it interferes with the NSA then they will just subpoena the data or congress will create a new law to sidestep it.Resistance is futile, you will be assimilated!
Uh, Oh! You should not have said those words out lout! Now YOUR email will be monitored and maybe all of us here on Slashdot... I'm scared!!!
Your right, it is in very bad taste. You should be ashamed of yourself and why Slashdot awards you points is beyond me. Having a Neurological disease myself, it is very offensive. You are the kind of person who laughs at others misfortunes. Sad!
Since I live the dream, I can only hope that there is some truth to this and that there may be hope for some. I have the rarest kind of MS and so there are NO treatments for it. Research, where you at? Where is my magic pill?
It seems that where you get your shot is the key.Some places just have gotten bad doses of the stuff. Real case scenario to back this up unfortunately.
Can you hear me Major Tom,,, Here I am drifting in a tin can.
F***k them,can you say big brother? This s**t makes me mad.Just how much of this will people put up with?
Can you say conflict of interest?
I have MS and of course I would love to see this cured but this procedure is not acceptable.Not all people go along with this stem cell thing and I am one of them.For those people who do,that is their choice.I also am an ordained minister and on the point of living forever,this is simply not possible since man has inherited sin and the wages of sin is death.Not meant to start a debate but the above statement is simply a fact and above that statement is my opinion.
WTF,Microsoft with another God complex is just going to far!
Where can I sign up to start making them myself?
I got more money than you,pick me!
An anonymous reader writes "Microsoft disappointed some Windows Phone users on Friday by saying it would stop providing specifics about who will get software updates and when, and announcing vaguely that a new update is 'available to all carriers that request it.' The update fixes a few issues, including one that caused the on-screen keyboard to disappear and another that caused problems with synching Gmail. Eric Hautala, general manager of customer experience engineering for Windows Phone, said Microsoft will no longer say when people will get updates based on their country, phone model and carrier."