Speaking of fire hazards, that's exactly what these things are, more than a phone or laptop because of the heating element used in addition to those nasty batteries, and it's too easy for the switch to get stuck. They are chintzy as hell, real low quality, and made out of plastic?! Not a good combination. As far as the chemicals being emitted, the makers didn't "intend" for that to happen, they just didn't give a damn. The smell alone should have been an indication though. That stuff is chemical soup, no better than burning badly refined crack with all the solvents still in it. With tobacco, you should go *back to nature* and smoke it like god intended. If you want to vaporize it, just throw the leaves into hot water.
So do Bible thumpers - and they've got a lot in common with Apple fanbois.
And for the bonus - eventually many outgrow their narrow view.
Twenty percent? FUCKING WRONG MORON, try more like 8%.
Well - no he didn't. He invited a foreign power to find something. Any assault or other intention attributed is purely in your mind. It is wishful thinking too as last we heard the server was permanently off line. However, there is already a presumption in the republican camp that the server was already accessed years ago so it is more likely he was suggesting they search through whatever documents they already have.
Either way, anything outside of looking for or finding something is all something the viewer has to read into the statement. I'm certain Russia might take it differently - perhaps even as a joke. It depends on what they read into it.
Because despite all appearances of illegality and wrong doing, she has yet to be charged with something to get in front of a jury in the first place.
Of course that is not good if done by a corporations but a future president it is aces. It instills trust and creates a roll model for future citizens.
Taking your guns away once again, I assume?
I certainly don't like her or her party's posture on dismantling the second amendment, no, or her disregard for several of the others. But I was referring specifically for her contempt for the first amendment. That should bother you, too. It's especially funny, though, given how she collects her family's millions in cash.
couple thousand Syrian women and children fleeing
There's lots to talk about that's actually real - why would you just plain lie about something so transparently false? A "couple thousand?" Really? That's how you describe the millions of people who are displaced by the conflict in Syria? Did you actually think that nobody else is the slightest bit informed, and that trotting out such nonsense would somehow score you some rhetorical points with especially low-information idiots? What were you thinking, exactly? Fascinating.
your stupid war
You meant the war between Assad and his own citizens who tried to get rid of him? Or the war between groups like ISIS and those in Syria who don't want to live under orthodox Islam or die because they don't? Is that the war you're thinking of? Yes, it would be much less of a conflict if Obama and Clinton hadn't made it worse, but it's not "our" war that people are fleeing by the hundreds of thousands. It's ISIS's war, and Assad's muddled mess that now includes Russian involvement.
And if you're so obtuse that you can't wrap your head around the fact that the US's immigration problems include an essentially unprotected border across which thousands of illegals regularly flow, a train wreck of an H1-B system, and huge numbers of people abusing our visa system, then please don't bother talking about it, because you're being willfully ignorant and are thus unable to say anything constructive until you gather some information into your head.
As for "dictating where iPhones can be manufactured" - please. Are you really going to pretend you're so uninformed that you can't understand that his point is to illustrate how poorly we (as a country, under the current administration) are handling trade relationships that we're getting screwed by countries like China that abuse that relationship? You don't "dictate where iPhones can be manufactured," you put in trade, tax, and banking policies that make China's corrupt, poisonous, currency-manipulating, repressive, territory-grabbing circumstances less appealing to companies like Apple.
And your attempt to paint a nice, sweet picture of Clinton by trotting out an example of how state, local, and even federal government thirst for tax revenue makes for perverse incentives when it comes to eminent domain (which is asked for thousands of times a year by everyone from parking lot contractors to farmers to classic real estate developers)
That is speculative, to be kind. You have absolutely no way to prove that the email server was setup for that purpose. To demonstrate their intent you would need something that you have no evidence to support.
Typically later actions are enough to prove intent.
Don't quit your day job. There are no later actions in this case that are strong enough to prove intent.
You're really bending over backward to give her the benefit of the doubt,
Here's a tip for you - try only making arguments that you have a chance of supporting. This is not one of them.
and I understand that
No, you really do not. You assume that, and you assume incorrectly there.
But if it were you or I this is extra jail time.
Another strange assumption there.
Do you have a source for that?
Yes, in fact I do.
I'll give you the benefit of the doubt here - even though you have not once done the same for anyone in this discussion - and clarify what it was that I was asking you to provide a source for (as this is not a source for my request related to your earlier statement).
Your earlier claim was that the emails were deleted after the subpoena was issued. I asked you if you had a source to support that claim. The source you offered describes how they came up with the emails that were handed over to the state department, but says nothing about when emails were deleted. That is an important distinction, especially in the context of the allegations you are trying to level against Mrs. Clinton.
Nobody has shown that such an offense happened.
Yes, that's tampering with evidence.
Except it isn't, for reasons we have already discussed. Particularly as nobody can establish when the emails were deleted, it is impossible to state that anyone knew them to be evidence. Furthermore if they are only interested in emails that were official government correspondence then there should be copies of those emails on the other end as well.
Imagine a situation where someone close to you goes missing tomorrow. If the police thought you were suspicious would you immediately hand over ever email you ever sent to that person? What about ones that were deleted well before tomorrow? What if this is someone you have been emailing since the 90s, can you find the emails you sent to them back then?
Don't get to decide the validity of a defense. Their job is to present the state's case as best they can.
judges will not accept "You can't prove what I deleted has any connection to the case" as a valid defense.
That is a dubious claim based on dubious assumptions.
. [The fact that] ULA has provided support for this effort again suggests that the leadership of Bruno is reshaping the company into a much more innovative and competitive company.
No, what it means is that they are getting their asses beaten so badly by SpaceX that they have moved to desperation and PR tactics.
You don't have to avoid new phones. There's good new phones out there, which have standard headphone jacks. Just not from stupid Apple.
The Galaxy S7 just came out, and it still has a headphone jack.
Are you some kind of paid shill, or just a plain normal moron? Which Apple phones don't have a standard headphone jack?
The Apple II computer even had a 3.5mm audio out jack and Audio In jack. They should preserve the functionality in the iPhone so I can emulate an Apple II on it and connect it to a cassette player to load basic programs from tape.
The IBM PC had a cassette port. Any "PC" that doesn't isn't actually a Personal Computer.
When something is used by the majority of people its not "legacy". Are the tires on a car a legacy feature?
Full rubber on a wooden rim? Yeah, pretty much.
Apple's not a computer manufacturer.
Yeah, that's why they appear on the top 5 computer makers list - because they don't actually sell any.
There are at least a dozen Android phone manufacturers. Has any single one sold 1 billion phones?