Monday, May 30, 2011

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  • LarryC
    Mar 22, 01:26 AM
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  • carlgo
    Apr 13, 10:05 AM
    I love the Hecho en China threads!

    Every time, posters come out to support China and insult the US. They all use the same talking points:

    US workers are lazy
    Unions are evil
    Regulations against pollution, etc are burdensome
    An iPhone would cost $1000 or even more!
    Taxes on rich people/corporations are too high.

    Hmmm.....sponsored by our right wing, or by Foxcon?

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  • mscriv
    Apr 7, 07:07 PM
    This is not true. There is no specific assertion in the Old Testament of any triune nature of god.

    I could type up a bunch of stuff, but this website ( does a good job of covering all the bases regarding our difference of opinion on this matter. Here's two quick excerpts:

    Jews say that the Shema (pronounced Shmah), "Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is one Lord"1 contradicts the Christian doctrine that Jesus is God. In addition, there are a number of other verses that proclaim that God is one (see God is One). However, the triunity of God is taught throughout the Old Testament, including the Shema! How can a statement of oneness imply plurality? The word translated "one" from the Hebrew is echad, which demonstrates compound unity of oneness.


    Some of the verses above include all members of the triunity (Isaiah 42:1, Isaiah 48:16, and Isaiah 61:1). Therefore, the Old Testament does reveal the Christian concept of the Godhead, with God being one God, consisting of three persons.

    Remember what I said in the beginning. Complete understanding of the old testament comes through knowledge gained by the revelation of the new testament. They really can't be separated in terms of understanding the whole of God's message and work throughout history. Additionally, for the average person (who cannot read Hebrew and is not familiar with Jewish history and doctrine) it could be difficult to see the trinity in the old testament. That's why I suggest to people that they invest in a study Bible, possibly a Bible Encyclopedia, and some commentaries. These additional tools can help bring out the contextual clues provided by the original languages, the historical context, and the skill of cross referencing within the Bible.

    Of course not any interpretation is valid; however, the Bible is very complex and contradicts itself in places. There is no set interpretation that can said to be right, rather a spectrum that can be justified. "Clear" is not a word I would use.

    Again, we'll just have to agree to disagree. The Bible does not contradict itself in it's overall message of God's revelation of himself and plan for restoring the relationship with man that was destroyed by sin. Sure there are differences of application and interpretation regarding secondary matters (food laws, sexuality, alcohol, etc. etc.) and that is why we have different denominations within the Christian faith. However, the primary matter of who God is, how he dealt with the problem of sin, and how he we are to treat one another is clear and without contradiction. That is why I feel confident in telling you that Westboro is "off the mark" because they are not following Christ's example with how they treat their fellow man and how they represent God to others.

    I realize that, to you, what I'm about to say might be viewed as an issue of semantics or "word manipulation", but to a genuine follower of Christ there is no such thing as "my interpretation". I believe what God says in his word and if I am confused about something I look to other parts of scripture to help me get at the correct interpretation of what is confusing me. You see it doesn't matter what I think or what I wish it would say, I come to the Bible with no preconceived notions and let it stand on it's own.

    This is obviously where we part ways. For me the Bible is the product of man. Nothing more.

    I understand. In most, if not all, of these discussions the eventual impasse that arises is centered on the issue of faith. Some choose to believe, some don't. Some are open to putting God to the test, some are not.

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  • Chundles
    Nov 8, 09:53 AM
    Just goes to show that what Apple says about how much faster stuff is a load of bull. How come the MBP is 39% faster and the MB only 25%. Theyre the same chips at the same speeds arent they?

    What im trying to say is the MB should be 39% faster than the previous one right?


    No, the claim for the MBP is for 2.16GHz Core Duo v 2.33GHz Core 2 Duo so there is an increase in clock speed as well as the change in chip.

    For the MB they don't get an increase in clock speed hence the lower claimed speed increase.

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  • toddybody
    Apr 14, 10:38 AM
    And all the Apple haters claim the "iToys" are responsible for the immense growth. Nah, people just want a PC that works and its called a Mac!

    Totally, cause Windows doesnt work...users are just pretending :rolleyes:

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  • MacCoaster
    Oct 13, 09:08 PM
    Originally posted by Nipsy
    Should we boycott Apple products? This drains R&D capital from Apple, and forces people to use Windows, certainly not an elegant soultion.
    Forcing Apple to compete more roughly... thus giving us better machines.

    AMD is in a similar case right now. Many people are turning away from AMD to Intel simply because AMD sucks now. So AMD is trying to get their ass together to innovate further. Thus giving us faster and faster CPUs from both AMD or Intel. Competition is good. Apple needs to compete more aggressively.

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  • Warbrain
    Nov 8, 09:29 AM
    Touche:D :D !!!!!!!!!!!

    Do you even know how to use that word?

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  • voncheech
    Jan 11, 04:16 PM
    too many expectations this year. i will surely be disappointed.
    they can not top last year's iphone intro...

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 2, 05:06 AM
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    You can do some amazing things with the iPhone 4 camera and photog apps. I'm considering ditching my point and shoot Canon, though zoom technology really isn't there yet for me to be able to do that, I must admit. More megapixels is fine, but let's see some implementation of a proper zoom.

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  • B.winkle
    Mar 5, 08:45 AM
    Some nice pics!

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  • hulugu
    Mar 29, 12:02 PM
    It's fascinating how quickly the Democrat [sic] party has turned into the party of war... trying to justify it legally and morally at every corner. It's almost as if their anti-war stance for the past 10 years was a complete farce, and was more anti-Bush than anti-war, anti-intervention....

    This is utter tripe. You're simply misrepresenting arguments to make yours easier.

    Now that Obama is at the helm, core philosophy no longer matters, consistent morality no longer matters, only justifying war and protecting the political future of the first black president.

    Seriously, I could make albondigas with this.

    ...But for some reason, now that he's president you think it's ok for him to switch his views 180 degrees and still are unwilling to admit you agree with Rand Paul even though his position is far more consistent with candidate Obama's. Sounds awfully hypocritical.

    A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

    I don't want to be the one to tell you, but Americans hold no allegiance to NATO or to the United Nations. In addition, no treaties or otherwise passed by these two organizations have any legal effect on our sovereign nation. The UN or NATO passing a resolution to engage in military action does not serve as an ALTERNATIVE to a declaration of war by the U.S. congress.

    So, you don't understand what the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is and you don't understand how these treaties become US law? I thought you were the Constitutional scholar de riguer.

    ...He is of the strong opinion that this was a bad idea and that Libya is not vital to U.S. interests. His comment that the 'mid-east' is part of our national interest was an extremely long reach in a pathetic attempt to find some sort of overlap between his position and the administration he works for. I'd say Paul's analysis of Gates' position is much better than any analysis which suggests he thinks the war is justified.

    The Mid East is vital to our interests and no serious person should argue otherwise.

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  • random47
    Oct 24, 05:35 PM
    ^^nice setup.

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  • mashinhead
    Aug 3, 08:10 PM
    Nobody was really expecting this (, remember?

    it's really funny to read those posts now. They should be infamous. I wouldn't want to be the one who posted that.

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  • dubnluvn
    Sep 6, 09:13 AM
    holy chit...nice price point on the all models especially 17" and 24". Excellent upgraded 17" model get a lot of good stuff for $200 more from base.

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  • 6-0 Prolene
    Mar 13, 11:25 AM
    Has anyone noticed that the refurb section at the Apple Online Store is completely out of stock of all 15" and 13" Macbook Pros? I can't remember this being the case recently and it makes me wonder if this is related to a possible new release of those size configurations. There are multiple configs of the 17" MBP available.

    This has been brought up a lot, and the consensus seems to be that refurb inventory doesn't correlate at all with an impending release.

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  • Treq
    Nov 2, 11:24 PM
    I just installed ClickToFlash ( on all my Macs and my browsing experience has dramatically increased 1000% for the better. No more intrusive pop-up ads, distracting animations, and more importantly, long-loading, resource-intensive, useless, gimmicky intros and gadgets... unless I specifically ask for it.

    I can only imagine what would happen if Flash apps on the iPhone didn't have such an ability to be optionally downloaded, let alone execute upon it loading. It's bad enough that AT&T's bandwidth is horrendous at times, I don't need to waste half a megabyte just downloading an advertisement.

    ClickToFlash is Awesome. My computer runs so much cooler now that I've installed it.

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  • mgguy
    Mar 28, 11:30 PM
    Haven't heard much from Obama about JOBS, JOBS, JOBS lately ...

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  • MacRy
    Aug 24, 12:59 PM
    This is the correct one:

    I don't think it is mate. The one I posted a few posts up includes batteries up to August 2006 whereas that link of yours is only to 2005. That one again is:

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  • paolo-
    Oct 11, 09:34 PM
    New setup, my brother and I decided we want make enough music together to make a setup just for that. My macbook and his iMac, side by side. My macbook runs logic node so the iMac can offload some of it's work. Main sound card is a lexicon i-onix.

    EDIT : ouch, I didn't notice how grainy that picture ended up being.

    Sep 6, 10:00 AM
    me too. Credit Card firmly in wallet until MB update comes around.

    I'm pretty much thinking MB's won't get a bump until January, but that's me. ;) they are next to last in the revision cycle as it currently has been unfolding.

    Mar 21, 07:48 AM
    For those about.. to use high-capacity player=)

    What will be the ideal ipod for you?

    For me it is:

    Ipod-like model with clickwheel. Support of ALAC. Black/white.
    Sata interface instead of zif (with programm support of dual-disks drives and unlimited music titles), so that consumers could choose prefered storage (maybe someone want 32-64gb fast ssd instead of hdd). This also let us install up to 320Gb in this device. To save battery, I would prefer old-fashioned black-white screen. And, if it possible to fit, more advanced music system (for high-end headphones).

    This is my vision of iPod line:
    If you want touch-screen media player (but for some reason don't want iPhone) = iPod Touch
    If iPod Touch is too big = there is nano
    If you think nano is still too complicated, you just need something to play mp3's = shuffle
    BUT if you are looking for high-end MUSIC player with high capacity option there is new :apple:iPod Classic 7th generation:apple:;).

    What do you think? How about a petition=)?:)

    Jan 11, 01:38 PM
    This might be silly, but there is nothing particularly 'Apple' about that sign. Other than the beautiful white typeface against black canvas, of course. As people have pointed out, it isn't Myriad set. Why would Apple change their font for one banner? Do they do this regularly?

    Isn't it possible that this sign belongs to another company showcasing software etc at Macworld? Doesn't Apple normally have some sort of branding on their banners?

    Excuse the ignorance if I have no idea.


    Nov 8, 07:47 AM
    Looks like nothing has changed but the processor. Gentlemen, commence your bitching.

    You got that right. lol
    However, due to the almost lack of changes in the MBP, why would the MB get any serious changes other than processor and memory bumps?

    May 5, 08:09 AM
    I think that is sort of the point here... :eek:That would suck.

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