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  • Love
    Jul 31, 04:39 PM
    Obviously OP wants the attention of being the thread starter. :rolleyes:

    I had a long explanation about why that's just rude on many levels, but instead I just reported your post.

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  • 3N16MA
    May 2, 06:01 PM
    Except that the question "male to male sex" is discriminatory. It doesn't ask you "received anal sex", it asks you about your sexual orientation. Plain and simple, discriminatory and non-scientific because male-to-female sex has the exact same risks.

    Gay and bisexual men have a HIV infection rate 44 times higher than heterosexual men according to the CDC.


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  • WillEH
    Mar 20, 09:07 AM
    There have been countless miscarriages of justice (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_miscarriage_of_justice_cases#United_Kingdom) proved since the death penalty was banned in the UK and probably many others which have not yet been successfully appealed.

    Many of these innocent people would have faced the death penalty, does that not concern you?

    Extremely good point. Indeed it does concern me. :eek:

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  • yg17
    Mar 21, 11:06 AM
    I think there should be firm standards for capital punishment. There are certain cases where someone is guilty without a doubt. The connecticut incident, arizona killer, etc. There are many cases where the death penalty is appropriate. If it's a crime with no witnesses but a lot of solid proof, the sentence should be life in prison. See, there's ways around all these "whats ifs".

    Nah, i took my adderal today, does wonders i must say.

    Because an innocent person is being killed (usually). Yes i know it has happened in the past with the death penalty, which is why i only support the death penalty in cases where there is no possible chance of innocence.

    If there is any question as to whether or not their guilty, then they're not supposed to be convicted. Ever hear of the term "guilty beyond a reasonable doubt"? If there is any doubt at all, the jury is instructed to find them not guilty. Theoretically, every person who is convicted of murder should be guilty "without a doubt" or with "no possible chance of innocence". But that isn't always the case because even people who are convicted and "guilty beyond a reasonable doubt" are exonerated because the prosecution or jury screwed up or new evidence surfaced.


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  • takao
    Mar 21, 05:09 AM
    that it needs arguments about cost to abolish the death penalty is hardly a testament to the "values" or "morals" many politicians like to talk about

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  • TUD
    Apr 7, 10:26 AM

    Battery life in 4.3 and 4.3.1 has been noticeably worse than in previous versions of ios. As measured by my iphone 3gs. Stock device, not jailbroken, not unlocked.



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  • Hellhammer
    Apr 21, 01:02 PM

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  • Hummer
    Dec 25, 10:26 PM
    Well I'm getting ready to go out tomorrow and purchase a brand new iPhone, but before doing so I made this post to see if anyone would be selling theirs for less than retail so I wont have to go out tomorrow and spend full retail plus tax on one.

    Thanks and Happy Holidays!


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  • mikeschmeee
    Apr 18, 09:11 PM
    May I post a video along with some photos of a local S2K club that I was invited to their Dyno Day? The video is nothing special. Just a few pulls. Short video. I got tons of photos though :p

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  • TheOnlyJon
    Dec 28, 10:26 AM
    Yes, the lights were Ikea as well. They come in sets of four. So one package will light up four cubes. Had to purchase 4 sets for this shelf.
    Also, the lights can be one of about seven colors. Or you cam make it transition. :)

    Man, at $49.99 a pop, you dropped some money on those things! They look awesome though. Do a three-click for each one, one after the other, and you'll get a SWEET looking fade transition between the four rows.


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  • Slurpy2k8
    Mar 23, 11:09 AM
    First Jobs on an official vacation, jony seems to be rumored to be leaving for London, and now Serlet's gone. Man! must be something is wrong here...success getting into Apple's nerves? :confused:

    3 unrelated events, followed by a stupid conclusion. Also..

    1. Jobs has cancer, if you haven't noticed. He's on on 'vacation'. It's a health leave.
    2. Ive isn't moving to London. The rumor has been discredited.
    3. People get replaced all the time. No reason to think it's a bad thing. Lion looks awesome.

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  • phalseHUD
    May 1, 07:58 AM
    No, but I think the word 'me' does have negative connotations such as narcissism and self centeredness. That is my beef with it. The last word I want someone to associate with my name is 'me'.

    I agree. I wish I could have kept hold of my old mac.com address but alas I was getting so much spam and crap I terminated my account and set up a new one. Have my own domain with webmail and mail forwarding so I don't have to use me.com professionally.


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  • caspersoong
    Apr 21, 03:42 AM
    My friend returned his HTC Desire HD and bought the iPhone 4. Android really cannot satisfy many users.

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  • Relg3!
    Jul 31, 11:44 PM
    Mine http://i27.tinypic.com/fcttus.pngOriginal Source > http://www.vooks.net/wallpapers/nsmbw_1920x1080.jpg


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  • *LTD*
    Mar 25, 11:53 AM
    If Apple thinks they can do it better, all the more power to them.

    That's been their entire motivation all along. If they decide it's something they want to do, there's no reason not to support it.

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  • Komentra
    Apr 7, 04:42 PM
    I assume you have this box checked:


    Yep. I sure do. Does it work for you? I've heard it works for Apple TV and other computers but when it comes to iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch it doesn't.


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  • caspersoong
    Apr 25, 12:58 AM
    Colour does not concern me. Only what hardware they have changed.

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  • ghostlyorb
    Apr 29, 07:27 AM
    Looks like Apple is gonna win..

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  • ianp
    Jan 25, 10:08 AM
    Hi All,

    First off I am new here, so Hi again

    I have a small problem getting Microsoft Outlook 2001 to use my 2003 Exchange server. I have to admit I am new to macs and am finding it a little hard to do anything but I am trying.

    From what I can tell is that for some reason my the mac will not resolve the server name to an ip address. I mean when I look in the Outlook settings, under services --> properties if I place the servers IP address there and then the user name and then 'check the name' it resolves the name of the server and under lines the user name (which as far as I am concerned has worked).

    Yet when I then launch Outlook I get a message saying folders could not be opened. The attempt to log on to the server failed..... Microdoft Outlook could not be started. The attempt to log on to the MS Exchange Server failed....................

    What I have done so far:-
    Updated the /etc/hosts file and added the ip address for the server (can ping both IP and name from the console and network util)
    When in Outlook settings --> properties and user the server name instead of the IP address and try and check name I get an error.. The name could not be resolved. Network problems are preventing connection to the MS Exchange Server, Contact your system adminsitrator (me).

    Sorry for the long post but this is a real problem. Any help would be much appreciated.


    PS The only thing I can sort of think of at the moment is that Outlook starts I think in classic mode??? I am not sure if this starts a new shell and therefore ignores the /etc/hosts file and that is the reason why it can not resolve the server name. If I am right my next question would be where is the hosts file for the classic enviroment??

    Oct 23, 05:20 AM
    Love it although i have never found her attractive in the slightest.

    I must agree, and that screen capture doesn't do much to help either...

    Apr 7, 05:12 PM
    WTF, what about gestures for the iPad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?

    Mar 20, 05:02 PM
    I'm from the UK, where capital punishement was abolished in 1969.

    I'm not trying to be picky, but I thought you might be interested to know that the death penalty was suspended in 1965, abolished for murder in 1969 and abolished totally in 1998. However, the last execution was in 1964.

    Here in the UK we would love capital punishement to be reintroduced, a life for a life as they say.

    Not sure where you got that from, I think you may be projecting? Did you know every Parliament from 1965 to 1997 had a free vote on capital punishment and always voted against it? If there was a public referendum I think it would be pretty close. However, the UK can't reintroduce the death penalty without withdrawing from the EU and the Human Rights Convention, so no Government would risk a vote on something that isn't a massive public issue.

    Most murders are in defence or panic, also a lot of pre-planned.

    This is where the public perception is quite wrong. In the UK you must cause the death of another, which is obvious. However, your state of mind is what people do not understand. In the UK you do not have to intend to kill someone to be convicted of murder, you can intend to cause GBH and be convicted. The majority of murders are convicted on the basis of intent to cause GBH. The offender never intended to kill someone, they only intended to cause serious harm. Although people convicted of murder are not usually nice people, they are not usually the monsters people imagine (family member works for Probation Service).

    Real case- man stabs women in non-vital area. Women would almost certainly have survived, but she was a Jehovah's Witness and refused a blood transfusion. The man was found guilty or murder- he caused the death and intended to cause serious harm.

    Real case- man chases wife out of house intending to harm her. Wife has heart condition that was undiagnosed and had a heart attack in the road outside the house. Husband guilty of murder.

    Taking the above examples, clearly these two were unpleasant people to say the least, but do they deserve the death penalty?

    Here in the UK the law is fail, 2 years for killing someone. No common sense here in the UK. :mad:

    Murder comes with a mandatory life sentence in the UK. The judge sets the minimum term before parol can be considered. The average lifer spends about 16 years in prison- bear in mind most lifers never intended to kill anyone. But remember- life does mean life despite what the tabloids say. The Probation Service meets with the offender for the rest of their life and assesses their risk. They cannot go abroad of move house without permission. If they commit any crime they can be recalled to prison.

    (Also why I don't believe in the "life should mean life" argument. The ability to monitor people for the rest of their lives once released is very beneficial.)

    Dec 26, 02:09 PM
    I got this :)

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    May 5, 04:48 PM
    Hi, I didn't sign up for WWDC because it falls on the Jewish holiday of Shavuot in the first half of that week. I was wondering if anyone is leaving early and won't be needing their ticket for Thursday and Friday only...

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