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  • Posted 11/27/2011 06:29:14 EST

    You have been flogging this list on your home page for years now. It is time to move on to something else. There are many other film genres out there—suspense, comedy, scifi, western, and not just hor more »

  • Posted 01/28/2010 08:59:31 EST

    "I disagree - your computer is only as good as the bang for buck and what you need to do with it." Quantify "bang for buck". Think of it this way: whether you have a $20 Black & Decker coffee machine more »

  • Posted 01/28/2010 06:47:57 EST

    @AppDev: "running 64-bit Windows 7": You're not going to convince a bunch of Mac pundits that Acer has a product equal in quality to Apple's with that argument. Your computer is only as good as the op more »

  • Posted 11/12/2009 05:36:20 EST

    Must be a slow news day. more »

  • Comment on: 'Apple’

    Posted 09/03/2009 06:27:46 EDT

    "I have a 320GB hard drive....on a PC. Not a Mac. And I didn't spend $2,000 to get it........." The cost of HD space has nothing to do with Mac or PC. I have 2 TB of HD space in my Mac, but I didn't s more »

  • Posted 08/16/2009 04:55:33 EDT

    @Inf: "The written word is dying animal..."

    The written word is *a* dying animal... more »

  • Posted 05/11/2009 07:17:51 EDT

    "Don't drink unfiltered coffee - the kind that is popular in Scandinavia and is made in French presses. Filtered coffee, which most Americans drink, is much better because the paper filters catch a su more »

  • Posted 05/02/2009 10:16:20 EDT

    elvis616, the point I am trying to make is that it's one thing to "get the scoop" based on what is known at the time and another to keep repeating that scoop verbatim long after the entire context has more »

  • Posted 05/02/2009 09:12:35 EDT

    "unfortunately, people ASSUME that the newspapers and media create mountains out of molehills" No one is debating the severity of the virus; I think the reaction has been well measured since this star more »

  • Posted 05/02/2009 05:36:58 EDT

    "In the United States, few swine flu patients have been hospitalized and only one person has died." Again, a case of the media not telling the entire story that the one person who died in the U.S. was more »

  • Posted 04/05/2009 07:36:23 EDT

    We don't need a newspaper, we just need journalism. more »

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