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  • AP_piano295
    Apr 27, 03:15 PM
    Did you notice how he put it? "On the media"?

    Skunk you can be a good liberal and recognize the disparities in how our society treats/views different races, while also recognizing the very real presence of disparities in group behavior(s).

    The graph at the bottom of this page shows that black persons are on average 5 times more likely to commit violent crimes than white persons.

    This problem is REAL the media may dis-proportionately report on crimes done by black men. That doesn't mean the disparity doesn't exist. There is something wrong here and refusing to acknowledge the problem will not make it go away.

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  • BRLawyer
    Apr 12, 02:52 PM
    This is exactly what pisses me off about ordinary Brazilians: they are awfully unable to see the positives - instead, it seems like Brazil is a living hell, and this ever since the country was "discovered" in 1500.

    For people like you the country will never be good enough, especially since you're neither patriot nor a believer in turning something for the better.

    I think we live in different countries, because what you see here is:

    through taxes, we pay the State for education. But if we want good education, we must buy back the private sector. We pay twice for the same service.

    Brazil's best Universities are public; as for primary public schools, it's clear that the uniformization of our educational system has brought improvements, even though regional differences exist. But to generalize this is to forget how crappy the same public schools are in some regions of the US and Europe.

    through taxes, we pay the state for health. But if we want good health, we need to buy again from private enterprise. We pay twice for the same service.

    Again, speak for yourself. My parents haven't had private insurance for ages and the service they get is actually quite good where they live. You may suffer from long waits in bigger towns, but this is not AT ALL the same difficulty found in other places. Besides, the same doctors working in private hospitals may normally be found in public places.

    through taxes, we pay the state for safekeeping. But if you want good security, we must buy back the private sector. We pay twice for the same service.

    Another example of panic behavior by Brazilians; places like S�o Paulo have battled urban crime with clear results, with a homicide rate that is almost 3x lower than in places like DC, Detroit or New Orleans. If people stopped reading tabloids and watching cop shows, perhaps this myth could be busted more easily.

    You DON'T need armored cars, you DON'T need bodyguards and you DON'T need private helicopters. Unless you are one of those scared mama's boys, of course.

    through property taxes, we pay the State for good roads. But if you want good road, we need to pay tolls. We pay twice for the same service.

    Property taxes are, by definition, NOT bound to road conservation only; besides, I'd rather pay for a great road (as we have now in many places) than expect potholes. Tolls are a fact of life in many countries, although I agree that they could be more reasonable in S�o Paulo and other states - whose fault is it? Perhaps our own for not pushing for collective transportation, instead of prioritizing cars for everything. And as society continues to protest, toll prices will surely go down - just don't expect things to change when you don't even contact your representative about that.

    social security is a joke. Even if we pay the maximum amount for retirement, when we receive, we receive less than a third of the amount paid to social security.

    Agreed, but this comes much more from public servants unwilling to let go of their privileges than anything else. The lobby is strong, you know...

    no tools for punishing politicians who carry out crimes against the public budget. The politicians protect themselves. There is no transparency in public accounts.

    Never in the history of Brazil have so many politicians and crooks been punished for their crimes, both in terms of electoral defeats and jail time. Another point that you seem to forget: in the past we didn't see anything and corruption continued unabated; now we see a LOT of stuff going on exactly because the police and judiciary are working more than ever before.

    The weight tributary to the Brazilian state suffocates the taxpayers more and more.

    Sure; but with the nation increasing its international participation, things will have to come down to more reasonable terms - but don't forget that the State NEVER wants to lower taxes, and this is true for any country out there.

    we have the highest interest rates in the world. And there is no control over the banking spread.

    There is no project for the country. Whether or not the government is PT or PSDB, little changes.

    Again, too much pessimism for nothing; interest rates are high because our government still spends too much and needs to finance inefficiency as well as attract foreign capital. Everyone knows that and pressure is mounting to reduce this charge, which was MUCH higher some 8 years ago...just don't expect this to happen overnight.

    As for projects, the growth of the country and its huge infrastructure initiatives speak for themselves. To deny this fact is to perpetuate this sickly negativity that only pushes Brazil down. Start looking at the half-full side of the glass, please.

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  • MyRomeo
    Mar 25, 02:06 PM
    Does iPad wifi and iPad 3G use the same update file or do I need to download twice?

    Already got iPhone to do so 3 iOS downloads would be nice to avoid!

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  • whooleytoo
    Oct 11, 08:38 AM
    Am about half-way through the game again on Legendary. Some parts are very tough, but it's always so rewarding when you get past them. The 'random' checkpoints are a bit of a pain, sometimes the game saves and you've only one bar of health and a few bullets. Grrrr.

    What's this about datapads? I managed to get through the game on Heroic & half on Legendary without finding even one. Don't make me go through all that again!

    I have to say I really liked the story; something about prequels like this that appeals to me. I liked the sad, inevitable tragic 'feel' of the planet falling to the Covenant. There were things I didn't like - it's a pity it didn't feature the first contact between humans and Covenant. I still don't understand why Halsey was kept in a glass cell. To be honest, I felt the missions felt a bit random too (maybe I was concentrating too hard on staying alive to take in the details), until I played through again. Really like it now.

    I'd love to play through the series again, starting with Reach and then Halo, etc., but I've never tried playing Halo on a 360. Does it play/look ok?

    I tried Halo Waypoint too. Interesting, tying the games together like that.

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  • Groovey
    Sep 12, 05:41 PM
    That's what I'm wondering. I have tons of music videos and now there is no listing of them for me to look through.
    Mine's in the movies-section.

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  • fstlambo
    Mar 14, 10:24 AM
    I think I'll wait then...thanks man

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  • alfonsog
    Mar 29, 02:38 AM
    Wasn't Tandy sort of a big name in computers back in the 80's? It seems like when I was little quite a few people had Tandy computers from RS.

    I had a TRS-80 Color Computer 2 around 1984 when I was 11 and later a Tandy 1000HX. I loved radio shack, not sure why all the hate from here... Being a real store of course an adapter, wire, or plug will cost more from them; but they usually have them in stock and will take returns if it is wrong. I went looking for a few obscure parts and they do still stock them, its just they are in the long pull-out drawers so its not so obvious what they have. Plus they are usually kept up nice and are local; I wish Apple could partner with them for computer sales as well. The local store orders food from my restaurant all the time, so I would love to give them business.

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  • DJS1234
    Aug 8, 01:50 PM
    I can offer a reason as to why some Mac Pro models don't have BT or Airport Extreme, a great deal of the corporate market don't want their machines to be equipped with them.

    The company I work for will not purchase any machine with Bluetooth as it represents a risk to our highly confidential data. We could not allow a security vulnerability in a Bluetooth stack to allow security to be compormised or indeed just a rogue employee using BT to transfer data to a cell phone or other device.

    Same goes for WiFi, although for some reason we don't see that as being that high a threat (Hey I don't make the rules I just have to follow them!)

    This could be why the top end model is sans Bluetooth and WiFi, to keep the Corporate market sweet.

    Just my 2 cents anyways:D

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  • H. Flower
    Apr 14, 02:13 PM
    I'm really excited for the new features, many of which sound great, but I wonder why they couldn't just implement them into the current FCP interface? I'm a heavy Final Cut Pro user and really fast with the current application. I hate to have to learn an entirely new interface.

    I would be shocked if the keystrokes were different, so you'll have that going for you.

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  • BigDukeSix
    Mar 28, 02:03 PM
    I am glad to see Apple put their product anywhere it can to increase sales and get devices into peoples hands. Not every place has an Apple store, or maybe even a Target or Best Buy close by. Well done Apple!

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  • Balli
    Sep 12, 02:47 PM
    Are Apple kidding? 640x480 resolution? For movies? What happened to widescreen? The last time I looked the year was 2006. :( :mad: :confused:

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  • Retrograffica
    Jan 11, 01:03 PM
    It's acyually a typo - it's supposed to say something in the hair and Steve is going to pull a *insert preferred gadget* micro nano out from behind his ear.

    In seriousness, a wireless Apple MediaCenter would be cool, put that in your front room with all your media on it then have your imac in your office, MacBook in the den, (and one in each kids room and your bedroom if Apple have their wicked way) everything would be 100% accessible all the time and if the MediaCenter was also the broadband router it would all be available remotely as well.

    They could even make it look like the G4 Cube but in Aluminium and glass...mmmm

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  • Friscohoya
    May 5, 11:02 AM
    Nice, but not essential. I usually have the patience to wait until I'm home to install an update. Unless it's an iOS update..

    More important to me is over-the-air syncing. That would be a killer!

    I just assumed that the two would come hand in hand though I now see why that's not necessarily the case. I agree, OTA syncing is even better but there just isnt any reason to not be able to do both.

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  • szsiddiq
    Nov 8, 09:35 AM
    what better way to find out about the C2D macbooks, than to find out instore! and actually inform the staff that they've been updated!! they didn't know apparently! well.. so they said, but yeah! was a nice suprise!

    lol, yea the store employees are usually only informed when we are. managers and inventory people may kno earlier, but they're unlikely to say much.

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  • swingerofbirch
    Aug 2, 05:37 PM
    Let my voice ring clear, loud, and somber: this is not the time to be an Apple apologist. To sit back and blame a component manufacturer is to lose the point of power which comes from taking total responsibility for a shipping product, a feat which no PC manufacturer or Microsoft have ever attempted or likely will.

    We and Apple should take our lumps as they have been served to us, thank these people for pointing out a weakness, apologize, strengthen and move on.

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  • gnasher729
    Nov 7, 05:26 AM
    Intel will be releasing [...] an ultra-low voltage version for tiny laptops.

    The ultra low power versions also go ultra slow. If you take a normal Merom or Yonah, and limit its speed to 1 GHz, the voltage can be reduced as well, and it won't be far away from the so-called "ultra low power" chips at all.

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  • nefan65
    Mar 25, 02:26 PM
    Please bear in mind that Apple were still selling the iPhone 3G in May last year, less than a year ago!

    True, but at a substantial discount. $49 vs $199. Big difference. If I got a 2 year old phone, new, for $49 and got a full year out of it, I'd be happy.

    I don't argue that doing that gave folks a false hope of long term support. But knowing their track record. I don't know, I guess one could argue both Apple AND the consumer are somewhat at fault...buyer beware?

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  • G58
    Jul 6, 10:47 AM
    Anyone above the age of five knows they'll have their fingers snapped off if they touch my iMac screen... and that includes Lord Jobs!

    And that's not just because he didn't reply to my email!:)

    But seriously, I barfed RAM chips when that stupid broad demonstrated the HP Touchsmart. It's the worst thing I've seen for years. Why would Apple go down that road?

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  • PCtoMAC?
    Oct 14, 06:05 PM
    DLC looks cool...

    I finally made it to the final level on my legendary run. I am still confounded by how much the difficulty level varies so much from battle to battle. Anyway almost done!

    Oct 10, 07:02 PM
    Wow! I love your setup.
    The Mac Mini looks amazing
    not to mention all that other nice stuff on your desk :)

    Thank you! :D I always like getting comments and feedback.

    I've always been a huge fan of clean desktop setups, not much of a laptop or all-in-one guy, as I like ease of upgrading and replacing things, and while the Mac Mini was far from that, its a good medium, as its cheap(er) compared to the rest of the mac lineup, and is cheap enough that in 2-3 years I don't mind dropping the cash on another one. Also like doing some semi-pro/hobby image editing, so the 20" Cinema Display is great for me.

    Nov 23, 06:33 PM
    No kidding. So much for the "everyone already owns all The Beatles songs they want" mantra. ;)


    It was like saying everyone who wants an iPod already has one.

    May 5, 11:01 AM
    Who says that they have to honor Grandfathering of Plans?

    did you read the first 9 words of my post? :confused::confused::confused:

    here i'll repost it for you:

    I don't know if they "legally" are required to

    I was just saying, this is what they do...

    Hell I even remember when the Palm Pre was released on Sprint talking with some people who had some premier type account (don't remember the name) from way back when that was not offered anymore, and even they got grandfathered in....

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    Apr 11, 04:12 PM
    While you're at it why not steal car if you can't pay for it? Or go to your local store and swipe an iPhone because you can't afford it? Sounds reasonable then I'm sure. :rolleyes:

    Also, while I'd love cheaper pricing, they are basing their pricing off of economic considerations from their home country and pricing their software accordingly. And it always cracks me to hear "no one will starve they makes lots of money!" well they have to in order to keep making new software!

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