Dalton63841
Dalton63841
Dalton63841
Mar 19 2013
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Problem solved.

Feb 1 2013
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My personal analysis is the obvious route... There must be some big event(represented by the college finals duh) in your life coming up, and you feel completely unprepared(represented by the fact you didn't attend any classes) for it.

Feb 1 2013
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It really depends on the person. My girlfriend is uber-touchy feely. If I believed in marriage and asked her, she would turn into a giddy 12 year old again. Personally, I'm like a step away from dead inside. She jokes that she could get mowed down by a school bus in front of me and I'd still finish what I'm eating Read more

Feb 1 2013
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I've never even seen a MiniDisc, and I'm 28. I do remember MiniCD's though... For a short time, those were awesome. Got myself a MiniCD player several years ago... The smaller diameter made them very stable I guess, because I could bounce it off a wall and it wouldn't skip.

Feb 1 2013
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I have to wonder about the accuracy of something like this... If I drop a pin right on top of my residence, it says the number address for what is actually about 2 blocks down from me. Thats with Apple Maps, Mapquest, or Google Maps. My real address apparently doesn't exist to map services.

Jan 31 2013
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"Worst and most horrific piece of garbage software on the market is Norton Internet Security." Read more

Jan 31 2013
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Actually that is not that uncommon. My less computer savvy friends all keep their computer passwords on a post-it note stuck to, you guessed it, the stack of CD's right next to the monitor, despite my insistence that they don't.

Jan 31 2013
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From everything I have read, the dual channel thing basically means that, for instance, with a TB external drive, you can read AND write at a potential 10Gbps rate simultaneously, whereas with USB 2.0 the 5Gbps is shared. If you are reading and writing simultaneously, the 5Gbps rate is split.

Jan 31 2013
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Reminds me of this British show I remember watching years ago... The man on the show suggested that we should replace the airbag in a car with a big metal spike. His thought was that it would lead people to drive significantly more carefully, being able to see the thing that will lead to their assured death.

Jan 31 2013
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Thanks. My original question was what the difference is between all the difference between all those devices that share the same name. After some Google work I found that on my own. I will be using a Google Nexus 7 Wifi, and tethering to my iPhone for network. If the stock ROM works that well, I will probably stick Read more

Jan 31 2013
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By my math, if I convert all my music down to 320kbps MP3, I would still require about 40GB of space, so I'll say the 64GB is perfect for me. And YES, we don't all afford a 3G connection or a 100% of the time WIFI connection, so I DO want my stuff stored locally.

Jan 31 2013
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I don't think it should be a two drive system, but considering it is flash, I don't see why they can't just design it so that when you get a 32GB tablet, it has 32GB of USABLE space. Well, I can kind of see why, but it should be something that they at least attempt working around.

Jan 31 2013
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Thank you! I always wondered why people talk about how greasy nasty deep fried foods are... The only time that ever happened to me was one time when I put the food in before the oil was up to temp. Otherwise the food comes out crispy and delicious.

Jan 30 2013
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My point is, that we don't know that there is some magic set of circumstances to support life. We only know what circumstances lend support for Earth-like lifeforms. Basing on THAT, and the fact that we are the only planet with absolutely verified life, Earth would seem to be the benchmark. Eliminating that, for all Read more

Jan 30 2013
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LOL But Earth is the one and only place where we know 100% that there is in fact, life. Wouldn't that make Earth the benchmark by which all the others are compared against? It seems like that would have Earth sitting squarely in the center.

Jan 30 2013
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Okay guys I need some help here... I am prepping to put a Nexus 7 in my car, BUT idk which Nexus I need. Theres a Google Nexus, an Asus Nexus, and now there is apparently a Galaxy Nexus. Are they all the same? This is what I'm shooting for: Read more

Jan 29 2013
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People still use DVD's and CD's? Aren't those things like the 8 Track tape of the current generation? You know, those things you still hear people who can't move on talk about, but you've never actually seen one in person... If I think back on it, the last time I actually handled optical media was... almost 5 years Read more

Jan 29 2013
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In my town, the gas station does the opposite. The big sign is the "credit" price, and at every pump is a sign that says "$0.03 off per gallon with CASH".

Jan 28 2013
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One major point about spark plugs. DO NOT buy the fancy new iridium/platinum/unobtainium based plugs just because they sound better. Buy the type of plugs that your vehicle calls for. If your vehicle uses traditional copper, and you put Double Platinum or Iridium based plugs, they fire hotter(negatively affecting the Read more