Tuesday, May 31, 2011

moon landing neil armstrong

moon landing neil armstrong. First Moon Landing Fake
  • First Moon Landing Fake

  • FireStar
    Nov 5, 08:18 AM
    REALLY, need some jeans...


    Ooh, and this shirt.


    moon landing neil armstrong. Apollo 11 Moon landing: Neil
  • Apollo 11 Moon landing: Neil

  • MrSmith
    Apr 12, 10:23 AM
    I'll take iPhoto non-crap again first, then a new iPhone.

    moon landing neil armstrong. Omas Limited Edition Moon
  • Omas Limited Edition Moon

  • xlii
    Dec 29, 12:19 PM
    The program in the US Army (basic training) was designed to burn 5000 calories a day. Basically you were moving 16 hours a day. Just can think of doing 12k or 30k calories a day.

    Anyone know how many calories someone burns running a marathon?

    moon landing neil armstrong. If you don#39;t know who Neil
  • If you don#39;t know who Neil

  • citi
    Mar 31, 11:28 AM
    Making it look different won't make it better. They should address the usability/functionality, sure.

    It looks like they have. It you've used the iPads calendar app, it's much better than what we have in OSX. I mean, finally an agenda view!

    moon landing neil armstrong. Moon Landing
  • Moon Landing

  • Mac_Freak
    Jul 25, 08:08 AM
    Hey, Bluetooth MM can operate on 1 or 2 AA batteries. :eek:
    Does this mean we will get a longer battery live than the previous one?

    moon landing neil armstrong. Apollo 11 Moon Landing – 1969
  • Apollo 11 Moon Landing – 1969

  • argopelter
    Jun 8, 04:57 PM
    If I leave $1,000 in cash on the street in front of my house, should I blame the government for not helping me when that money gets taken?

    Well, if you leave it on the street, that's equivalent to discarding it. That's not an analogous situation here. Leaving it on your porch, which is still private property, would be more analogous. Getting your car stolen because you left it in a bad neighborhood would be still more analogous. In the car scenario, where you have a piece of property that's extremely traceable, then of course the police should (and would) help you recover it.

    The "misclick to buy an app" scenario is even easier and simpler, and it's much less irresponsible than any of these other hypotheticals. I'd guess that 90% or more of iPhone users have a credit card linked to their iTunes account. You believe that there is an unlimited ceiling on how much money someone should lose as a result of linking a credit card to their account. If there were an app that cost a million dollars, and someone misclicked and bought it, you apparently believe it's right and good that they spend the rest of their life paying it off. I'm glad that Apple disagrees with you.

    The notion that people shouldn't link their accounts to iTunes or shouldn't authorize large purchases (incidentally, if they followed your $1000 rule, they'd be out of luck if the app cost $900 rather than $1000, yes?) because Apple should just tell them to f off if they misclick like this...why? What's the benefit? How hard is it to give a refund? If it's really important, have them come to an Apple store and show that they didn't install the app.

    Had you or someone else made the case that this was a mistake, just maybe a $20 mistake or even a $50 mistake rather than a $1000 mistake, then I'd say that's reasonable enough. I am not saying that people should take no personal responsibility for these sorts of mistakes. But $1000 is just crazy when these mistakes are as simple as a couple of clicks.



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  • Neil Armstrong that claims

  • Marvin1379
    Jun 6, 05:31 PM
    As for wanting / not wanting kids. I don't know. Part of me would like kids one day. On the other hand, I'm afraid I'd mess them up.

    Ah, sterile?

    Had I done this as a kid, I would have been beaten for it.
    Not like bamboo cane or whip beating though, just paddle and maybe belt beating. TBH, in retrospect it really wasn't that bad, and I really did learn to be a pretty decent human being. I turned out just fine too, in fact, I'd like to think better than some of my peers. But that's a bit pretentious, so I digress.

    There's obviously a large debate over child punishment though, with adamant supporters on either side of the fence. Which one is right is really a gray zone in my opinion, and while I would like to think soft punishment would be sufficient for my future kids, I definitely see the use for the other side. I think moderation is key in this area; I mean you don't want to see kids running around wild, but at the same time you shouldn't beat your kid senseless. Unfortunately, in today's society everything is construed as child abuse, and I fear that we have strayed a little too far left towards "soft" punishment. But that's just me, I'm sure many of you feel differently.

    That was a little off topic.

    90 day refund policy w/ iTunes, if I do recall correctly; but I'm sure there's many caveats.

    Just bc someone doesn't want children (gasp!!), doesn't mean they can't have them, or even if sterility was the prblem, there's a little thing called adoption. Thousands of unwanted children...

    There are many, MANY parents that SHOULDN'T have children. For one of the posters to say that he doesn't want a child for fear he/she will "mess them up," i applaud you. You actually have forethought and restraint when it comes to coitus and relationships.

    Wow, think of that...someone you thinks *before* they act......maybe a lot more people should take *that* lead...

    Off topic, fine. I didn't bring it up, but if they can insinuate someone is sterile bc they don't want kids, we can have a say in it too.

    On topic, if I had accidentally purchased this same app, and not an 11-year-old, would i have gotten that same refund?

    moon landing neil armstrong. -Neil Armstrong Mythology
  • -Neil Armstrong Mythology

  • chani7
    Apr 28, 05:37 PM
    The strangest part for me is, that his white iPhone is made of plastic instead of glass - maybe he should buy it at the Apple Store and not on the streets, Mr. "I can measure the thickness by hand, but not detect that it's fricken glass."

    moon landing neil armstrong. Neil Armstrong Moon
  • Neil Armstrong Moon

  • eemsTV
    Apr 14, 10:12 PM
    I'm a proud owner of a rooted Droid X, waiting for the Bionic to come out, once I saw this, I admit, I was taken with the sexiness of the phone. I'd be willing to get rid of my rooted sweet Android phone for the white. I'm such a nerd.

    Hoping this phone has a spec update like the 3GS from 3G, that would be fantastic.

    Steve guys are entrepreneurs geniuses.

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  • TAGS: moon landing locked keys

  • Patch^
    Jul 11, 05:15 PM
    what device is on this page: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/experiences/onthego.mspx

    looks pretty cool lol.

    moon landing neil armstrong. Astronauts Neil Armstrong
  • Astronauts Neil Armstrong

  • Abstract
    Jan 31, 01:15 AM
    This loser is your idol? Damn, your life sucks.

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  • the first moon landing,

  • creator2456
    Feb 1, 08:23 PM
    XIII game and movie

    oh man i remember playing this back on my Ps2!!! comic visual style game

    Loved that game. Had its issues, but still a good overall package.

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  • Astronauts Neil Armstrong and

  • KnightWRX
    Apr 14, 06:21 PM
    Why don't you start reading things before making your incendiary comments?

    Reading what ? Someone trying to say TB is an evolution of Fiber Channel when it does nothing of what Fiber Channel is actually used for ? Have you even ever used Fiber channel ?

    moon landing neil armstrong. It was taken by Neil Armstrong
  • It was taken by Neil Armstrong

  • sparkomatic
    Mar 11, 07:30 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Almost there and they just announced that all the AT&T's are gone. Also the 16 and 32 white are gone. Uh oh!

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  • astronauts on the Moon are

  • Plutonius
    Apr 17, 11:04 PM
    I really don't know how I missed him in the list. I swear, I did read it. :eek:

    But then again, nies hasn't signed up yet.

    moon landing neil armstrong. Moon Landing 40th Anniversary
  • Moon Landing 40th Anniversary

  • Aetherhole
    Mar 15, 04:40 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    Well I got to see Mystikal and Hasan Daddy get theirs after my failed attempt at Irvine spectrum. I was the Asian guy with the buzz cut hair. Unfortunately I got to Fashion Island to late. Congrats to you two!

    moon landing neil armstrong. Neil Armstrong on the Moon
  • Neil Armstrong on the Moon

  • The.316
    Jan 27, 03:47 PM
    I thought I would never buy headphones over $100. I was always ok with my $30 Sony in ears, but now that I got the Sennheiser 595s, Im glad I did spend the money. The Beats look nice, but they have nothing on Sennheisers. AMAZING sound quality, and they were definitely worth the money.

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  • neil armstrong on the moon

  • themacolyte
    Oct 23, 07:54 AM
    Microsoft seems to be making every attempt to encourage piracy at this point. Is it possible for Windows to check this and refuse to run? It seems to me Microsoft is attempting to take control of hardware virally, i.e. if their EULAs were enforceable they are including statements that allow them to dictate what hardware you have and when/how you upgrade it...

    "If you want to upgrade your computer, you need to call and ask us first. If you want to run our software, it better be on hardware we approve of, ask us who sells that."

    There are some who claim that as long as Microsoft doesn't enforce their own EULAs then let them say what they want. Some will claim that the EULAs won't hold up in court so who cares what they say. Is it prudent to assume this and just hope for the best?

    moon landing neil armstrong. When mission commander Neil
  • When mission commander Neil

  • MacNut
    May 2, 02:41 AM
    Are we going to create a grave or a shrine to him? My hope is, that has been well documented with witnesses galore.I imagine footage will be leaked at some point.

    Oct 29, 12:40 PM
    for now, we'll see what happens in the long term.

    Apple OC
    May 1, 11:53 PM
    To US its a big deal. It's a blow to the Al-Qaeda that doesn't exist anymore. The current one will still function just as it has for nearly a decade in its cell based way. If anything this will just piss off extremists. Don't think for a second some type of retaliation (most likely attacks in the Middle East) won't come about from this.

    are you suggesting we give him a pass? :rolleyes:

    Jul 28, 08:45 AM
    While this could influence Apple's stock, the vast majority of America will never hear about it enough to remember it. All they know is that they want an "iPod", and even if Best Buy tries to sell them a Zune instead, they'll get the original.

    However, Apple should try to combat it, because that's an even better way to make sure the Zune has no impact: make the iPod better!

    Apr 15, 03:40 PM
    uh-oh! The non-disclosure police are on patrol! Look out!


    Jun 9, 04:17 PM
    More importantly... $1000 for a BAR exam prep app? BAR prep books are significantly less.

    Well, I guess the app contain an official exam and your results get posted directly... Obviously, it's not only a "text book" kind of app...

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