And of broken.
And of broken.
Most people are dead.
What about discussing it with people who know what shibboleth actually means?
Windows 7 was released a month after 10.6. It's not terribly surprising that it would run well enough on that hardware.
Then your sister is a fucked-up moron, and she deserves to suffer for her stupidity.
Is there even one truthful statement in your comment, beyond the subject?
Recycling and reuse are completely different things. Macs have great resale value, compared to other hardware in the same categories.
Most users of Apple products that I know personally do not buy each new model. And the one that I know does, always sells his old one used. In fact, I can't think of anyone who would just give a working device to Apple when buying a new one. The resale value of Apple hardware almost always makes the bother of finding a buyer worth it.
Possibly because you're a fucking moron who can't comprehend the written word.
Your suggestion makes no sense. The universities don't pay tuition either. You're hiding the cost, but you're not removing it from the student.
... 100k of free student aid and to have to work 2 jobs for the next 20 years to pay it off.
You have a very strange idea of what free means.
Knowing a subject well does not make one a good writer. Writing non-fiction may require different skills than writing fiction, but there's still skill involved.
You mean there are countries where every taxpayer shares the load so that anyone can get an education. It might not be a bad idea, but it's hardly free.
I'm guessing math isn't your strong suit. Unless you think that $100 price tripled or more between the early nineties and 2006.
Actually, the problem is that you're a stuck-up piece of shit. If you stuck a loaded handgun in your mouth and pulled the trigger, you'd understand a lot more.
Like punning, programming is a play on words.