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leetpriest

Member Since: July 13, 2012

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  • [1] September 25, 2014 at 9:35pm

    Good idea, this way you can be assured that your data is being mined and shared with third parties and the government.

    Android: you are the product.

  • September 10, 2014 at 11:34am

    I’ll keep that in mind next time I buy a TV.

  • [2] September 10, 2014 at 11:31am

    So to prove this point, you’re doing the same thing to apple that you accuse apple of doing?

    Pot meet kettle.

  • September 10, 2014 at 11:28am

    The phones look good, the watch looks good too.

    I guess what I don’t understand is a bunch of self-proclaimed “conservatives” that seem to want take every opportunity to bash what someone chooses to own. These are the same people that make comments about Apple’s security breeches that don’t acknowledge that Android phones run openSSL, and thus were vulnerable to the heartbleed bug for several years until Android patched it. These are the same people that complain about Apple devices being manufactured in China, while their device of choice is not only manufactured in China, but also engineered in Korea.

    And for those of you claiming that Apple is leading from behind or catching up, When you get a call or text on your Non-apple phone, can you answer or respond on your tablet or workstation? Can you start working on a document or email on your phone or tablet and seamlessly start working on the same document or email on your other workstation, tablet, or phone? When you are hunting, does your phone gauge elevation? Can you pay for an item at a store without your data being mined by Google an multiple other apps? When you purchase your non-apple phone or tablet, will you be able to update the kernel and operating system after more than 2 newer phones in the same line have been released without rooting your phone?

    The answer would be no. And that’s because your non-apple device’s manufacturer doesn’t operate upon a platform of providing the best possible end-user experience.

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  • [1] September 5, 2014 at 1:06am

    Because some of us not only have to deal with a constant need to have nicotine, but also canker sores, unexplained body pain, chest pain, excessive phlegm, breathing difficulties, irritability, and anxiety associated with cold turkey.

    Ecigs and 2 weeks of frequent mouthwash use post-quit avoids most of these problems.

  • [2] September 5, 2014 at 1:00am

    I also read an article in a major medical journal that cited a research study on research studies. According to the study, 99% of all studies are funded by lobbyists in an effort to stifle competition from superior products. The study was verified by Dr. Desquariousness Greene of Adams State University, and Dr. Hingle Mccringleberry of UT Martin said the study “looks valid”.

  • [4] September 5, 2014 at 12:45am

    Editors need to start reviewing articles better. The linked blaze article states that formaldehyde can be produced by the heat from an ecig.

    How is that possible? E liquid and ecig components don’t contain methane, and the atomizer on an ecig is incapable of reaching temps high enough for combustion without causing permanent damage to coils, atomizer base, battery, and contacts.

    The science here doesn’t add up. You guys need to seriously proofread these articles for accuracy. We are talking extremely basic chemistry, electricity, and physics here. Like jr. High level.

  • [3] September 5, 2014 at 12:30am

    What you mean you actually prefer peachberry, candy cane, and lemon lime to burnt cigarette filter?

    Geez, that’s strange. We gotta go after the real menace here, a piece of metal with a Pyrex reservoir that creates a vapor that’s harmless.

    That’s the real enemy. And we know this because big tobacco, big pharma, and big alcohol told us so using their privately-owned propaganda wing, the FDA.

  • [1] September 5, 2014 at 12:22am

    Maybe with cigarettes you have a point.

    Ecigs require deep research and a thorough understanding of how your equipment works to achieve an acceptable vape. Since they do not advertise to mass markets, they depend solely on word of mouth.

    So no, they do not aim their products at children, unless you can cite specific examples. Please note that a flavor is not an example.

  • [1] September 5, 2014 at 12:17am

    The constitution didn’t specifically grant you the freedom to be a sarcastic d-bag either, yet you don’t seem to mind assuming that right.

  • [2] September 5, 2014 at 12:15am

    When you buy cheap crap like the crap you bought, you should expect crap results.

    Everyone else, learn from this yahoo’s lesson. Get a good mod, buy quality batteries, buy a good atty and tank, buy quality juice from a reputable vendor.

    As with anything else, you get what you pay for.

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  • [3] September 5, 2014 at 12:09am

    First off, ecig online stores require a credit card to purchase. Second, every brick and mortar vape shop I’ve ever been to cards anyone that doesn’t look 30 or older.

    So this “kids can….” BS is just that…..BS.

    Secondly, this notion that vaporize eliquid is “pure nicotine delivery” is also BS. You aren’t exclusively getting nicotine. You’re getting flavoring, nicotine, propalyne glycol and vegetable glycerin. 4 ingredients. Much like a FDA-approved nicotine patch without the 50 square shaped rashes and weird nightmares, or the FDA approved gum without the added tooth decay, cottonmouth, stomach ulcers, and bad breath, or the FDA-approved lozenges that give you massive amounts of gas pain from being loaded down with sugar alcohols.

    The difference? They don’t work. They’re great for compounding your problems by adding their side effects.

    cold turkey? Oh you mean me wanting to curl up in a ball for days until the nicotine withdrawal wore off, but also had me smoking again the first second I walked past another smoker. Yeah, no thanks?

    Chantix? Wellbutrin? Neither drug is affordable or covered under most health insurance plans as a smoking cessation aid. Both come with a wealth of dangerous side effects. Suicidal thoughts are among the most troubling.

    So yeah, f*** the FDA. F*** you if you want to ban or regulate e-cigs. My vaping doesn’t bother or hurt anyone, including myself. Gateway drug, my a**. I quit drinking alcohol at about the same time I started vaping.

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  • [5] August 23, 2014 at 6:43am

    And you and all your frat bros probably spanked each other’s asses and talked about how you’d bro down on dos eqis while gang raping a chick in the back of mommy and daddy’s Mercedes.

    When frat bros like you come in for interviews, I find ways to humiliate you

  • [4] August 23, 2014 at 6:36am

    This is a mentally handicapped kid. Let’s start with firing every adult involved and barring them from ever holding a state job as a start……

    This is not how civilized people act.

  • [1] June 15, 2014 at 7:14pm

    Regardless of the steps listed above, the irs has a retention policy on accounts, as per mandate.

    If they do not have a copy of her emails, it is because they deleted them to cover it up, period. There is no way that they don’t have copies of these emails due to accident.

  • [-1] May 28, 2014 at 12:51am

    Osx is the most vulnerable OS out there?

    Really? What happens on a mac when root access to a system file is requested?

    What happens on windows when a request to encrypt a drive is made from the program data folder?

    Dont pretend, it’s unbecoming.

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  • May 28, 2014 at 12:44am

    Pardon me, may I interject in your rant that you authored on an emachines crapstera 3000 to shed a little light?

    I am a senior network engineer by trade, and while I have to suffer through the day with people like you constantly disrespecting me for my professional operating system and hardware choice, what gives me the most satisfaction is the following:

    1. Most everyone that disrespects my choice of computer manufacturer is usually someone who is in some way lower on the corporate ladder than I am.

    2. Most everyone that disrespects my choice of computer manufacturer is constantly fixing their own computer instead of working

    3. Most everyone that disrespects my choice of computer manufacturer has also never used my choice of computer manufacturer. But I stay holding SEVERAL certifications awarded by your choice of computer/OS manufacturer.

    It must really piss you off that I use a Mac to rdp into a windows server.

    I’ll let you get back to paying homage to those conservative icons, bill gates and eric Schmidt.

  • May 28, 2014 at 12:28am

    Amd gpu?

    My MacBook Pro (mid 2012) has an NVidia gpu. Not sure what you’re talking about.

    Although, Apple’s model differs from windows through hardware control.

  • May 28, 2014 at 12:18am

    Get a mac and an xbox.

    That solves both of your problems with an added perk: your gaming device will be obsolete in 7 years instead of 2.

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  • [1] May 28, 2014 at 12:15am

    Sorry let me help you a little more,

    Causes of windows crashes:

    4. Lack of peripheral support and uninviting driver signing process which yields poor drivers

    5. Windows updates

    6. Windows updates

    7. Administrative write access to system files granted by default, which makes it a target for malicious code.

    8. Windows update.

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