Tuesday, May 31, 2011

you mad troll face gif

you mad troll face gif. trollface,you mad kreacje
  • trollface,you mad kreacje

  • iAlan
    Oct 3, 11:09 PM
    Start your countdown widgets....

    you mad troll face gif. trollface,you gtyou mad
  • trollface,you gtyou mad

  • Snowy_River
    Nov 18, 05:32 PM
    I don't see why AMD and Intel OSX laptops can't live together... We all see the windoze users have their choice of AMD or Intel, dual cores or single cores... why can't Apple/OSX?

    As for the G5 ibook/powerbook, well judging by the way the G5 iMac was built, then frankly, I don't see why a G5 laptop could not of been built. The current line of iMacs practically IS a notebook on a vertical stand so they could of put it in a notebook form. Besides, how do we know the G5 iBook does not exist?

    I mean besides from the fact that "unless Mr. Jobs says it exists, it does not exist" logic. :p

    Come on folks, there has to be a LOT of stuff in the R&D labs of Apple that we will never know of or see because of a change of the Master Plan of Steve Jobs:

    "Don't exist" is a reference to their production status. I think that we can be pretty sure that there has never been (and will never be) a G5 PowerBook or iBook in production. As to what they had in their labs, who knows. They may (and probably do) have OS X running on every type of processor that they can get their hands on, right now. They may have tablets and PDAs and Phones, oh my! But that's the territory for rumors and speculation, and that's not what we're about here... oh, wait... ;)

    It may well be true that Apple could have produced a G5 PowerBook following the design model used for the iMac, but you'd end up with a PowerBook that was many inches thick (the current 17" C2D iMac is 6.8 inches thick), versus the previous G4 PowerBook, which was a mere 1 inch thick. It would never have sold in the quantities that would have justified producing it.

    As for Intel and AMD together, sure, eventually, maybe. The reason that it would be a mistake at this point is that Apple has a relatively small market, and so it needs to keep a clean product line. Muddying the water of what Apple is offering would only hurt Apple sales, at this point.

    you mad troll face gif. you mad troll face gif. face
  • you mad troll face gif. face

  • jaydentaku
    Sep 30, 07:01 AM
    This is a front. I want to see the plans for the 8 floors of subterranean mega vaults.

    you mad troll face gif. Bro,trollface you-mad-bro
  • Bro,trollface you-mad-bro

  • maclaptop
    May 3, 11:01 PM
    Another good example from tbwa/chiat/day, they've put many companies into the minds of viewers.


    you mad troll face gif. Are+you+mad+gif Face guh
  • Are+you+mad+gif Face guh

  • Sixtafoua
    Apr 9, 12:08 PM
    My stylus obsession continues this week.
    I got the Dagi on eBay, the targus at best buy, and a set of pogo styluses again on eBay.

    I love styluses!!!!!!:)

    you mad troll face gif. you mad troll face gif.
  • you mad troll face gif.

  • timerollson
    Apr 13, 02:54 PM
    Asstel: When you just got's ta get that booty...

    Reminds of that commercial for "Aciphex" (pronounced ASS EFFECTS).


    you mad troll face gif. Why+you+mad+gif Troll
  • Why+you+mad+gif Troll

  • jaw04005
    Apr 9, 01:06 PM
    If I remember correctly, PDF became an open standard a few years ago. I think it was late-ish in so maybe it was just too late in the development of Windows 7 to get it in, but now it will appear in 8.

    Nah. Native PDF support (import and export) was supposed to be a feature of Windows Vista but was pulled at the last minute because of Adobe's lawsuit threat. Apparently, Microsoft and Adobe have worked it out. They've had it ready for a long time. You could even download a PDF plug-in for Office 07 directly from MSFT.

    you mad troll face gif. Troll Face: U mad,
  • Troll Face: U mad,

  • darkpaw
    Jan 15, 03:44 PM
    Besides, how much will it cost in the UK?
    Ah, starting at �1,199, which is... $2,352.62, or $553.62 more. Rip. Off. Unless there's a new tax that means you have to add 30% to everything? :mad:


    you mad troll face gif. Troll face meme in Png,you
  • Troll face meme in Png,you

  • flopticalcube
    Apr 16, 04:45 PM
    Your only role models should be the ones your personally know. Teaching "gay history" is more about promoting homosexuality than helping children.

    I'll put that down to your youthful inexperience. I find your views on this subject at best bizarre.

    It's clear that the education system has failed in at least one case.

    you mad troll face gif. you mad troll face gif.
  • you mad troll face gif.

  • menlotechnical
    Apr 23, 11:26 AM
    OK, like any topic we should all be on the common ground about what we are talking about. Some guys pulled together this discussion about finding hidden tracking information.
    The video is fairly short, but worth a watch just to speak somewhat intelligently on this issue:

    The crazy part is, you have to keep in mind the ignorance of all the media people, all the 'journalists' all the comments on places like the Wall Street Journal. These people thrive on conspiracy and almost go out of their way to never get facts to talk about an issue.

    After listening to this video I realize that these two have no idea what they are doing, while claiming that they have discovered something dramatic and private, they have only found that the LOCAL iPhone backup contains a database file that stores long lat information with time stamps, as well as country codes and area codes. Kind of like a call history you find in ALL cell phones. Additionally, the cell phone works by tracking it's relative positioning based on communications with cell towers. So the info they found was just the mechanics of cell phone and GPS technology. Yes, the phone keeps track of where you have been physically in relation to those towers. Probably moreso a mix of reliability for service - caching local locations and speeding up the ability for the device to switch from tower to tower. These boys also bring up the fact that every device has a unique ID as well as every tower! Wow. The next discovery they may make will be the fundamentals of ip v4 addressing and the TCP/IP stack (can't wait!!)

    Seriously, watch that video and give us your impressions of what these two brains figured out.

    Also, how come no one is talking about FB invasion.. which is really the whole sale invasion of privacy and selling your information - a practice stolen directly from credit card companies. Banks, insurance companies, brokerage firms, and credit card reporting companies spend more time and make more money without consent than any other industry. Even cell phone providers.

    These boys wind up their discussion saying they really are not sure what this location information means, and that it remains in the iphone owners hands, and they cannot prove that it EVER leaves the phone, nor the PC. It is an ever growing file, which just is not practical for Apple to track of and constantly send to their offices. Probably, Facebook and 4square collect more information than Apple from any one iPhone.
    Here is an excellent rebuttal that explains technical detail why these two are wrong:


    you mad troll face gif. you mad troll face gif.
  • you mad troll face gif.

  • door4
    Sep 12, 08:27 AM
    Yerba Buena means Good Herb!!!

    today SJ will release the new iPot!!!:p

    Yes I believe Steve has had that product under research for years...

    you mad troll face gif. by face You+mad+bro+gif
  • by face You+mad+bro+gif

  • Consultant
    May 3, 04:24 PM
    So much for the freedom of being open :rolleyes:

    - carriers adding crapware by default
    - carriers blocking certain apps
    - carriers preventing you from updating to the latest OS (or if you are lucky only delay it for a long time)
    - android was the only mobile platform where the remote wipe had to be used once for 'bad' apps

    .... yep, way to go Android - open is good (for carriers, not the user) :D

    Exactly. They are not smart enough to realize it's 'open' to the carriers, not the end users.

    Oh, and that Google is tracking them in almost real time.


    you mad troll face gif. you mad troll face gif. Sometroll face will face phim; Sometroll face will face phim. darwen. Sep 20, 01:02 AM. Did I read Hard Dive?
  • you mad troll face gif. Sometroll face will face phim; Sometroll face will face phim. darwen. Sep 20, 01:02 AM. Did I read Hard Dive?

  • codo
    Oct 28, 02:49 PM
    They might just end up releasing the source a version later so hackers intent on spreading the latest and greatest simply can't - whilst still providing the code for legitimate uses.

    Just out of interest - What do people actually do with this source? I mean, are there other operating systems based on it? Or is it useful for OS X developers so they can refine their code to integrate with OS X? Forgive my ignorance, just wondering.

    you mad troll face gif. Dancing+troll+face+gif
  • Dancing+troll+face+gif

  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Aug 1, 10:41 AM
    How can a Norwegian law affect Denmark like this?:confused:Gjennom EØS (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Economic_Area)-avtalen... :(


    you mad troll face gif. U+mad+troll+face+gif
  • U+mad+troll+face+gif

  • wrldwzrd89
    Apr 10, 08:28 AM
    Believe it or not, neither Mac OS X nor Windows suits my needs best right now - hence why I've migrated to something altogether different: Ubuntu Linux.

    That said, I will continue to use Mac OS X and Windows for development/testing purposes, so I am very much looking forward to both Lion and Windows 8.

    you mad troll face gif. you mad troll face gif. So,you kwi trollface,you mad
  • you mad troll face gif. So,you kwi trollface,you mad

  • macduke
    Mar 24, 08:33 PM
    If there ever was a piece of software to love, this is it.

    2001 was the year I built my first PC. I saved up my pennies as a bagged at the local grocery store and ordered my parts online from Tiger Direct. Wow, the times have certainly changed for me!

    I could never go back. Nothing looks or runs as smooth as my ThunderBook! I just wish that I had been on board with OS X in 2001.

    So only 6 more years until the 10th anniversary of iOS! Then I can brag about how I was there on day 1. June 29th, 6pm.


    you mad troll face gif. Con el awesome trollface, you
  • Con el awesome trollface, you

  • wpotere
    Apr 13, 07:02 AM
    I don't see anything wrong with it at all. People use children to carry goods all the time and the TSA agent was totally professional about it talking through each step. The rules are there to provide a layer of safety and if you think that it doesn't and don't like the rules, ride the bus!

    Better yet, let's remove the TSA agents and let someone fly a plane into another building. :rolleyes:

    you mad troll face gif. you mad troll face gif. file You+mad+face+tumblr; file You+mad+face+tumblr. Hastings101. Apr 5, 08:36 PM. Are you guys sure that switching is really quot;worth
  • you mad troll face gif. file You+mad+face+tumblr; file You+mad+face+tumblr. Hastings101. Apr 5, 08:36 PM. Are you guys sure that switching is really quot;worth

  • SevenInchScrew
    Nov 28, 09:56 PM
    Hardline lets you get killstreaks a kill earlier. Hardline Pro lets you double tap X on a killstreak crate to switch out what's inside.

    So, with this setup you can enable: SAM Turret for 3 kills, Care Package for 4, and Sentry Gun for 5. You can then switch out every single one of those for something random, which is usually Napalm Strike, B-52, or Valkyrie Rockets.

    It's so overpowered.
    Not really. I've been using that setup for a couple weeks now (See post #39). Much more often than not, I get boring stuff. I've only had them swap for Chopper Gunner, Gunship, or Dogs on about 5 times, with the occasional SR71. This is out of probably 250 or so packages. But either way, Treyarch have said that this for sure will be patched in the next update. It will then only work on actual Care Packages, and not the SAM or Sentry drops.
    ... i have been trying to get ghost to pro for a while now and ironically i'm stuck on destroying an enemy turrent.
    Just set one of your killstreaks as Sentry, and then throw it in the middle of the map when you get it. Then just wait for the enemy to get it, and kill it once they've deployed it.

    you mad troll face gif. youmadface You+mad+face
  • youmadface You+mad+face

  • VideoFreek
    May 4, 03:43 PM
    I tend to agree with you regarding a physician's readiness to provide gun safety lessons, but I think you're missing the bigger picture. Do you think that the government should be OUTLAWING physicians from asking their patients questions? It doesn't matter what the question is... is that the role of government?No, I've already said I think the bill is complete nonsense. I'm only addressing Dr. Choi's assertion (in the OP) that he has a duty to pry into non-medical aspects of the lives of his patients.

    Oct 3, 12:31 PM
    iTV is a definite. Whether or not it's available then, at the very least the final feature set will be specified. As part of that, Apple will probably announce all Macs are updated with 802.11n (already rumored to be the case for iMacs).

    I would also rate the iPhone a very high probability. Apple is not stupid and they have to strike now while the iron is hot and the iPod is still at the top of its game. Music phones by SonyEricsson, LG, Samsung, Motorola, etc. may not have made a dent in iPod sales yet, but they are bound to once they improve the crappy media player software and increase capacity (and affordable 2 GB micro/mini SD flash cards are already available).

    If Apple is able to deliver an iPhone by early I predict it will sweep aside all competitors (LG Chocolate, SonyEricsson Walkman phone, etc.), and also start taking large chunks of market share of "cool" fashionista-oriented phones like RAZR and Sidekick. Not because Apple is competing on features with the RAZR or Sidekick, but rather because it will become the new "cool" phone, and most people only own one phone, after all.

    Ger Teunis
    Apr 29, 03:15 PM

    Sep 19, 05:47 PM
    my power bill (which includes water and sewer) was $385 last month!

    but i did finally get someone out to look at the a/c unit. i believe that is a big part of the problem. we'll see
    we looked into it, our a/cs chew 30w each WHEN THEY ARE TURNED OFF! its insane. we now turn them off at the power box.

    May 3, 10:30 PM
    I want that voice-over guy to read me bedtime stories.

    Apr 25, 05:35 PM
    The video was hard to watch and saddens me more because a double minority (a black woman) should know better. The irony of this beating should be lost on no one.

    You would think that; however one could argue that black Americans don't repay the goodwill done towards their causes by standing up for other minorities. In fact, you could say that they do the opposite and use other minorities as scape goats for their problems. You could say that but then everyone would just call you a racist.

    No comments:

    Post a Comment