Thursday, June 2, 2011

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  • nicki minaj nose before

  • NT1440
    Dec 1, 04:56 PM

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  • pics of lungs before and after

  • toolbox
    Dec 25, 06:53 PM
    I still have much more to do... but have to wait until later today. Love lurking threads like these, and figured I'd post my haul so far... :)

    It is good to see you have the most important game there, Golden Eye!!

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  • Wired Magazine Cover

  • Hawkeye411
    Mar 20, 09:14 AM
    Man! I've got a lot to learn :o Thanks for sharing those figures. The frustrating thing is the pricing spectrum for design is so wide, it's hard for a beginner to get a decent idea of what to charge. I guess I have to look at as many pricing sources as possible and and try to distill some figures? I have the "Graphic Artist Guild" handbook, but those prices are through the roof. I imagine they're for seasoned professionals working for major clients. Thanks again!

    I was quite happy paying $100 and $400. I believe that I got a great deal!!

    Hope your business does very well!!


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  • fel10
    Apr 24, 11:42 PM
    Already have the black iPhone 4, and I find it so much sexier than the white iPhone.


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  • black and white butterfly

  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 30, 06:40 PM
    I haven't been up to date on the Mac flashing scene for a couple years now, but when I was last keeping up with it the MDD remained a problem child, and would not accept cards that worked well on the Digital Audio and Quicksilver G4s.

    I bought a Radeon 9600 PRO from OWC years ago, it was an OEM card pulled from an AGP G5 tower with pins 3 & 11 taped by OWC. They stopped selling them after awhile because of problems with certain versions of the G4 but it always worked fine for me in my Digital Audio.

    The bottom line is, not all cards work in all brands of G4, and the reasons for this are not fully understood in all cases. Your mileage may vary! This is why the Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB is a favorite choice for flashing, because it is one of the few cards that is known to work in all G4s.*

    *With the caveat that Radeon 9800s with more or less video memory than the 128MB version don't always work, and other verisons of the 9800 (XT, XL, SE) either don't work or are not proven to work on most machines.

    dang, totally forgot about that. i've even linked that before. very useful thread! (click the link in his signature)

    Thanks for the plug! That was a fun project, and the darned card still works. :D

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  • Chlorophyll Absorption

  • mattwallace24
    Apr 28, 09:36 AM
    I think a lot of the Verizon fans are missing the boat on this topic.

    This is about Apple expectations for the CDMA iPhone. I would think that Apple is sophisticated enough to bake all the reasons suggested her on this board (i.e. iPhone 5 release, Android adoption, etc) into their expectations.

    I'm sure the CDMA iPhone product manager isn't sitting in his office in Cupertino thinking "damn, how did I miss that the iPhone 5 would impact this launch."

    AT&T is still selling the heck out of the iPhone 3GS (at a discounted price of course), so there is obviously a population out there that doesn't delay every purchase waiting for the next great thing.


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  • eminem g shock watch.

  • SevenInchScrew
    May 4, 11:40 AM
    Not sure if these are "New" pics of the car, but it is the first I've seen it. McLaren's new MP4-12C GT3 racer. To me, when it comes to race cars, there are very few things better than a "Papaya Orange" McLaren, and this car is no exception. I think the road car is great looking, but like the F1 before it years ago, when spec'd up for race trim, it gets SOOO much sexier! I can't wait to see this thing in action.

    McLaren MP4-12C GT3

    (Click to HUGE-size)

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  • Chlorophyll Absorption

  • acslater017
    Mar 31, 10:22 AM
    Eventually, they will meet in the middle and we will have either 2 similar operating systems or simply a mix of the two.

    I think Apple thinks that by taking the best of the two worlds they are creating a "better" user experience. I don't know if this is the case but I think that this is clearly the inevitable long-term outcome. Time will tell.

    If anyone can do it, Apple's the company. They'll take their time, refine it, make it useful, get hardware support, etc.

    So far, Microsoft's idea of touchscreen is "the finger tells the cursor where to go". Or HP overlays some terrible "Front Row"ish interface on TOP of Windows. :rolleyes:

    This is probably at least 3-5 years away if at all. I'm imagining an updated second-gen iMac (sunflower style), with a big iPad-ish display that can go up down, close, far, etc. OS X with mouse when it's far, switches to a touch-optimized view when you bring it close. Or something. My imagination is probably too "inside the box" for this sort of thing.


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  • birds tattoo. ird tattoos 2

  • Doctor Q
    Apr 4, 08:06 PM
    After I switched to Verizon, AT&T sent me a letter offering all sorts of deals if I'd change my mind (although they didn't offer to buy out my new 2-year Verizon contract).

    This must be how they were planning to pay for my special discounts, by raising fees for everyone else!

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  • Black Cat Cartoon.

  • Jalexster
    Feb 14, 05:04 PM
    You know, there is a quite horrific problem here. Now that e is a mod, he can't hijack threads, and do drive-by macro postings!

    We can't have fun anymore! Didn't you just love hijacking threads, and turning them into competitions of who can put e and K into a funny pic in e's backyard?

    They days of old are gone. e is still here, but his old personality is gone. No murdured. Murdured by his moderatorship. It just won't be the same anymore.

    The golden days of macrumors are over. But soon... a new idol will rise up, and the people in the fields will know that this is there time. We will throw off the shackles, and bring those who were once one of us, and turned away, back to our side! WE WILL BRING EM BACK ALIVE!

    Or maybe not, who knows?

    In hindsight, I think I may have been high on Vegemite when I posted this. On that note, I'm gonna go eat some Vegemite.


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  • watercolor paintings of birds.

  • MST
    Dec 1, 06:53 PM

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  • feather hair extensions

  • wovel
    Apr 4, 12:47 PM
    Stop with the FUD already. Businesses operating in the EU cannot do this. Just because corporations in the USA can, doesn't mean the rest of the world is the same... :rolleyes:

    So..Seriously why do you care then. Not one single publisher cares at all about the 30% that is a pretty standard affiliate cut in for news publishers and exactly what WSJ pays on it's lowest tier, it goes up from there for high volume affiliates.

    Do you have any proof that FT actually does sell email addresses?

    Just because businesses wants your email doesn't equate to they'll sell your details...

    Other then the guy saying it hurts their business model not to have all my personal info no.

    How hard is it to uncheck these two boxes?

    And other publications, like The Economist, already come with the equivalent boxes unchecked by default.

    The Economist is ok with selling in subscriptions..
    Apple needs to learn to work with publishers.

    I spend about a third of my daily iPad time reading the FT every morning. If the app gets pulled or no longer works (because Apple insists on getting their cut of my annual subscription), I will make the very easy decision to get an Android tablet next.

    Same goes for my Economist and WSJ apps. Combined, I probably spend 75% of my time on my iPad reading these publications. Take them away, and I'm gone.

    My loyalty is to the publisher and the quality of their material. It is NOT to Apple. And one less iPad owner also means one less App store and/or iTunes customer.

    Apple should tread very lightly here.

    Maybe you should tell publishers you are ok with them not requiring your personal information..


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  • black and white butterfly

  • Eraserhead
    Apr 19, 04:12 AM
    Same for me.

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  • veteq
    Feb 19, 11:49 AM
    Here is my current one


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  • believe in yourself.

  • Sydde
    Mar 19, 04:59 PM
    Harmed them financially, not physically. Not death penalty worthy. Again, i support the death penalty only for the most heinous of crimes. It should be used sparingly.
    Perhaps not Madoff per se, but many of these WS financiers have rained misery down upon thousands or millions. The issue of speculation driving people to starvation by artificially inflating the cost of food (mentioned on another thread) to the point that it is unaffordable is just plain unforgivable. Why should it make a difference whether the act happens by pulling a trigger or by making a boardroom decision? The fact that you killed someone through a deliberate act should not change based on how far removed you were from the victim.

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  • Tiger Print Fabric

  • AP_piano295
    May 4, 06:27 PM
    How so? We basically went down the road of treating terrorism in a more benign way during the Clinton administration. Look where that got us.

    You mean Clinton who was actively engaged in multiple attempts to kill Binladen pre-911? An activity that Bush canceled after he was elected?

    Your right we should follow the example of the president who allowed 911 to happen. Then failed to accomplish the task of killing him while also driving us into debt revoking our civil liberties and allowing American's to begin torturing those they SUSPECTED had useful information.


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  • nicki minaj creep pictures.

  • quagmire
    Apr 14, 04:52 PM
    Both the Sonata and the Malibu fail if compared to the Fusion, here at least. It is not about having a V6, but paying more for a same size car with same equipment but with 170hp as compared to 245, the latter wins. Plus the current Malibu is ugly as hell, let's face it. The new one might change those figures though. And if Hyundai sold the 200bhp Sonata here, I am sure it would be a win, even costing more than a V6 Azera, which is ridiculous.

    While I don't know the market in Brazil, given the equal price of Fusion V6 vs LTZ I4 Malibu in the US market, most will opt for the I4 Malibu for fuel economy. Most people find 170 HP adequate here in the US.

    Though I don't for a mid-size. That is why I opted for the 3.6 liter V6 that makes 252 HP in my Saturn Aura XR. Although with fuel prices climbing higher, it is costing me $45 to fill up the tank. I could use the Volt right about now......

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  • photoshop fails.

  • Happybunny
    Apr 11, 04:51 AM
    Who's ass is that?

    Michelle Tratchenberg from the movie Euro Trip.:cool:

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  • Struggle For Equality

  • GreatestDane
    Feb 5, 09:32 AM

    WHERE? Where can I find that wallpaper?

    Feb 27, 03:44 PM
    Will the world be the same as we know it after iPad 2 is announced on March 2nd?

    What will happen to our computers? Will they be rendered obsolete? :eek:

    May 4, 01:26 PM
    I would have rather let Osama bin Laden go undiscovered than torture someone to find out where he was.

    But what if torturing a person who is involved in the plans of a terrorist attack could prevent thousands of deaths?

    Torturing would never be a good action, but it is like killing someone to defend yourself, killing is bad, but the result of killing saved your life.

    In the case of torture, it is the government defending its people (country). If it can be avoided better, but I would rather authorize torture instead of letting attacks happen.

    EDIT: As with everything, every single case needs to be analyzed separately.

    May 14, 05:13 AM

    I want to know, when the next Macworld is, because I am waiting for the new MacBook Pro and I hope it will be presented on the next Macworld!



    Apr 4, 01:48 PM
    They can only sell it if you opt in (or don't opt out, depending on whether that checkbox is checked by default or not). And what harm is happening to you if they use their anonymous demographic data to sell adds? Don't you think Apple is using their demographic data when they sell iAds?
    It goes further than anonymous demographic data(and the anonymity part is very slim with online services).
    It' s about being spammed, phoned, mailed with stuff they think I might like just because I'm subscribed with them.

    May 2, 12:19 PM
    Yes, System Preferences > Security > General > Disable Automatic Login

    Thank you r.j.s I was wondering the same thing.

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