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Could you please define terrorism for me, and vandalism too if you don't mind.
Surely you are aware that there have been humans in the Middle East and Indonesia for quite some time and you are eating what they are eating.
Surely you won't be quite as fine then
You don't remember comcast forging reset packets?
I still do not understand why they were never charged with anything criminal. At the very least some sort of fraud or wire tampering.
I think we should make Internet access available to the poor, in this day and age lifting oneself out of poverty would pretty much require having Internet access.
Sure. Opera or Chrome could get good enough that those browsers are what we the geeks rip out IE in favor of.
Competition is good.
Having Firefox "beat up on a drunk" all the time isn't the best in the long run.
Worthy competitors are a good thing. They won't necessarily "kill" Firefox.
"silly and superfluous" sells to the average customer. And if you're concerned about bloat, maybe try Mozilla's seaMonkey? It looks like the old 90s-era Netscape, but with the same engine as Firefox.
Get a netbook then... the primary function for my phone is to make and receive phone calls.
Well, yes. When I use the phone app, I really do care about making and receiving a phone call. But I don't find myself firing up the phone app near as much as I'm checking my email, calendar, web, navigation / maps, etc. Heck - I spend more hours reading books on my Droid than I do talking to people. I could do all the same things with a netbook. But I couldn't put that in my pocket.
Not only that, in a pinch I can use a friggin' Windows XP video driver in Windows 7, which I needed to do to get 3D to work on a Dell C610 - that's a Pentium III running Windows 7. As easy as it is to knock Windows for its faults, that's pretty damn good compatability.
With so much luck, you should go to Vegas:)
Cause I have an Athlon64, which works fine (well as fine windows can) with XP, but Windows 7 does not load at all. And in another Athlon64, Windows7 does not play the sound (XP does), nor does it find the NIC of the motherboard. And you know, Autocad2005-2007 won't work on Windows7 (they work on XP).
On the other hand Linux (Open SuSE) worked from day 1, in 64bits, and it installed in half an hour, full with all the apps.
and no controls store side to check
The Android apps specify which version of the API they require, and the Market app does not display apps that require an Android version higher than the one on your phone.
I didn't say they should sell the ticket for 1/5th the cost. I'd be happy with a 30% discount to account for 130 pounds less weight than an average adult.
Vacations get EXPENSIVE when one's kids are over 2 years old.
Your are right. Kind of. The bug is listed for kde4 (http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=172615) except they claim it's not really a bug because there is no standard that say that a utility window should be on top.
I really don't understand how there can be a X window manager standard which say that a window can be an "utility window", without describing what kind of behaviour such a window should have.
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