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Comment Re:Can I see? (Score 1) 180

The test was to determine whether you were smart enough to tell people what they want to hear, and you failed it.

If that were true, they wouldn't have had all the questions to determine if you were lying. No, they were using a dumb questionnaire to form a personality profile.

Comment Re:Or... (Score 1) 69

I've dealt withe the DMV in multiple countries. They are sufficiently similar that you could be in the wrong one and not notice except by the accents. Perhaps it's the difference between Eastern and Western Europe. Have you been to a DMV in England or Germany? They are in Europe, and still closer to the US than what you describing of Poland.

Comment Re:So much for Apple's "better design" (Score 1) 189

The iPhone 6 is about as bendable as "other phones on the market" if you define "other phones on the market" as "iPhone 6 Plus". Even then, it bent with 22% less force. Even if we increase the scope of our comparison to include additional iPhones (and still ignore every other manufacturer), the iPhone 5 takes 86% more force to bend than the iPhone 6.

Yes, it's significantly weaker than other phones on the market. Even when you limit "other phones" to just Apple's own offerings, against which it should compare most favorably.

When you open up the scope of the comparison to include all phones on the market at the time, the worst non-Apple performer was the LG G3, which matched the iPhone 5. Literally every other phone on the market at the time did better than that, with the larger-but-not-meaningfully-thicker Samsung Galaxy Note 5 holding up to more than twice as much force before bending.

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