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Comment Nobody's going to Mars (Score -1, Offtopic) 178

We've got a president who's paying porn stars to spank him with a rolled up magazine, and who says he's exactly the same height and weight as Cubs firstbaseman Anthony Rizzo.

The next president will probably be pro-wrestler The Undertaker and his cabinet will be made up of the Ducks Dynasty family, members of the Unification Church and Dallas Texans cheerleaders. Ain't no way we're going to Mars. By 2020, most Americans won't even believe Mars exists.

By the way, here is an article from Sports Illustrated listing the athletes who are the same height and weight as Trump:

Comment jargon-off (Score 4, Funny) 71

new interface paradigms

Oh boy, I love new interface paradigms.

The Ars hands-on shows a basic one that displays the time at center and Fuchsia logo in the top-left corner to switch between phone and desktop/tablet mode, while a FAB (of sorts) in the opposite corner lets users bring up WiFi controls, Login, and Guest.

That's it? The new interface paradigm is that they have a logo in the top left?

Ars found a working web browser that can actually surf the internet.

Thank goodness. I was worried that there would be a working web browser that couldn't actually surf the internet.

Comment On-topic/Off-topic (Score -1, Offtopic) 147

I guess it's time for another run at using Linux as a proper DAW. It's been almost 2 years since my last try.

In other important tech news, the story just broke that Stormy Daniels spanked Trump with a rolled-up Forbes magazine during sex, while Melania was home with the newborn Barron Harkonnen. I figure we're a couple days away from Stormy talking about pegging Trump.

Comment We try harder (Score 3, Funny) 185

The planet's global surface temperature last year was second warmest since 1880

This is #fakenews. Everybody is saying that my first year as president is the warmest on record, and next year will be even warmer! The failing NASA and NOAA are way down in the ratings!

Comment Re:Uh-oh, you know what this means (Score 1, Informative) 275

That something, is someone. Another user on slashdot who posted a link that refutes your bullshit too.

I just learned something interesting about that Washington Examiner (!) article that you're using as a citation. Out of the "100 companies giving Trump bonuses", all but two were already giving bonuses before the tax cuts and most of them give bonuses every year.

So, who's bullshitting whom?

Comment Re:It's Not The Cheapest, But It Is The Fairest (Score 2) 60

I had T-Mobile before I switched to Project Fi. I've had Fi in three places now, East Coast, Houston and now California. It really seems better to me and certainly cheaper most months because I don't pay for any bandwidth I don't use. Lots of months my bill is about $25. Quality is good, I bought the phone outright so I don't pay any vig and I never see "service fees" or additional charges on my bill, ever.

Comment Re:Uh-oh, you know what this means (Score 0) 275

So again. Cite your sources.

So far, all you've cited is something called a "SuperKendall" which I assume is some sort of sex toy for homosexual men.

I've given you the sources. I count seven separate sources you've been given in this discussion by me and others. Do with them what you will, and make sure you sterilize your "SuperKendall" before reuse.

Comment Re:Uh-oh, you know what this means (Score 1) 275

Now then, you calm that in some cases the dollar savings by the layoffs almost exactly match the dollar cost of the bonus. Yet, in none of the articles do t

Yes, the Wal-Mart bonuses almost exactly equal the savings in closing the Sam's Club stores. You can find the figures in two consecutive articles in Money magazine, but I'll let you find them for yourself, since you apparently need some practice using a search engine.

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