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Warin posted:
I suppose that is a decent enough point. I guess I just really don't give a damn if a company panders to people with more money than brains, so long as they provide the same product at a price regular folks can afford. And in this case, the basic Apple Watch does exactly the same thing for a fraction of the price.


If you think that a $350 watch that exists solely so you don't have to take your phone out of your pocket is for "regular folks" you might want to recalibrate "regular"
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Geesie posted:
Warin posted:
I suppose that is a decent enough point. I guess I just really don't give a damn if a company panders to people with more money than brains, so long as they provide the same product at a price regular folks can afford. And in this case, the basic Apple Watch does exactly the same thing for a fraction of the price.


If you think that a $350 watch that exists solely so you don't have to take your phone out of your pocket is for "regular folks" you might want to recalibrate "regular"


exactly

in terms of statement and branding, it's gross
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did someone say gross?

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Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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p. sure that's paint.
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Geesie posted:
p. sure that's paint.


I was gonna say photoshop
Geesie posted:
Warin posted:
I suppose that is a decent enough point. I guess I just really don't give a damn if a company panders to people with more money than brains, so long as they provide the same product at a price regular folks can afford. And in this case, the basic Apple Watch does exactly the same thing for a fraction of the price.


If you think that a $350 watch that exists solely so you don't have to take your phone out of your pocket is for "regular folks" you might want to recalibrate "regular"


You're just being argumentative.
Apple sells plenty of 2-$400 toys like iPads and pods to regular people every day of the week.
TOS posted:
did someone say gross?

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Hey! Chaos Space Marine. Cool!
Geesie posted:
Warin posted:
I suppose that is a decent enough point. I guess I just really don't give a damn if a company panders to people with more money than brains, so long as they provide the same product at a price regular folks can afford. And in this case, the basic Apple Watch does exactly the same thing for a fraction of the price.


If you think that a $350 watch that exists solely so you don't have to take your phone out of your pocket is for "regular folks" you might want to recalibrate "regular"


I am a regular guy, not wealthy (but, true enough, not poor) at all, and I want an Apple watch. I'll likely get one at some point as well... just not in April.
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DEyncourt posted:



LOL
I was thinking that looked about right, but was thinking it was about individual sessions (as opposed to per week).

:heh:
Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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Also the numbers are for the UK, which isn't as wacky prohibitionist as the US.
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Séamas posted:
DEyncourt posted:



LOL
I was thinking that looked about right, but was thinking it was about individual sessions (as opposed to per week).

:heh:


You weren't the only one to make that mistake! :lol:
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Wow. I guess I'm really behind.
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Also the numbers are for the UK, which isn't as wacky prohibitionist as the US.

D'oh--I thought it was for the US.
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justine Elitist Beer Lover
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ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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justine posted:
Super-Man?


That's why it's funny.

But actually, the correct name for that character (minus the big nose) is Spider-Man, yes, with the hyphen.

And the last son of Krypton is Superman, no hyphen.

[/nerd]
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ukimalefu posted:
justine posted:
Super-Man?


That's why it's funny.

But actually, the correct name for that character (minus the big nose) is Spider-Man, yes, with the hyphen.

And the last son of Krypton is Superman, no hyphen.

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Yeah, yer a nerd! :D
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This isn't random because they're mine, but i wanted to post it anyway. Stoppers for my 22s. :)

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You put them in the barrels? How cute.
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ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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The Ghostly WWII Ruins of Europe’s Northern Coasts":

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The author has spent the last four years travelling some 23,000 miles to capture this and other images of WWII ruins designed to protect from invasion. The linked article has 15 of these images including the above near Lossiemouth in Moray, Scotland.
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Whoa.

You can even see his testicles.
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His brain however is nowhere to be found.
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Bacon hot dog donut
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juice Inadvertently correct
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You know how I know you're not American? When you doubt our skills at inventing new ways to become obese.
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You could always have a churro dog instead...

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And I would eat a churro dog. I'm not even kidding.
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Oh yeah...nothing wrong with that! Would eat for sure.
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TOS
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that'll buff right out
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The price is right.
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Looks like it's time for a re-post:

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I found this a few years ago at a local discount store.
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