Huwebes, Mayo 26, 2011

picture of fat kid eating cake

picture of fat kid eating cake. a fat kid eating cake.
  • a fat kid eating cake.


  • s2dio
    Apr 23, 01:31 PM
    ifixit.com.

    'Nuff said.

    sorry, I should have mentioned that I've checked ifixit.com, and they have no specific directions on that. All they say is "Remove the following ten screws: Two 9 mm Torx Plus screws, Eight 2.6 mm 5-point Pentalobe screws. To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order."




    picture of fat kid eating cake. eating that creamy cake
  • eating that creamy cake


  • shen
    Jan 15, 08:51 AM
    "There are lots because no one has been buying in anticipation"

    i was at the local Apple store 4 days ago and the place was packed and i watched 3 iMacs and 7 notebooks and a mini leave in just over an hour. i mentioned MWSF to an employee and he laughed and said most people didn't know about it. they are not having ANY trouble selling stuff in the run up.

    yeah, people who hit these forums are not buying, but everyone else is going to town and laying their cards down. look at estimates for Apples sales over the holiday! :D




    picture of fat kid eating cake. Fast :: Fat Kid: Cake
  • Fast :: Fat Kid: Cake


  • iApples
    May 3, 11:53 PM
    Definitely do not send it back to the guy. If you're going to do anything, send it to your friend and have her make the exchange and check the phone and make sure it's working as it should. (Hopefully she knows a thing or two about iPhone's)




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  • like a fat kid on cake!quot;.


  • lilcosco08
    May 3, 03:14 PM
    you could always do what I did and buy a cheap off-contract phone that requires the data plan, then wait it out to see what the iPhone 5 adds to the table.
    I bought a Palm Pixi Plus for $60 off of Newegg, it got me the unlimited data plan, plus they threw in a complimentary 5GB tethering option as well since that was also included with the Pixi Plus, due to the mobile hotspot feature, when they actually still carried the phone. They couldn't answer for sure when I asked if the tethering would transfer if I upgraded down the line, but they assured me the unlimited data would. Also, by getting the off contract phone it left my previous upgrades (I've still got 2 accrued since I haven't used an upgrade in 4 years) intact for use on the iPhone 5, or other phone if I so choose.

    I was about to do that, but then I read somewhere that Verizon won't grandfather when you upgrade after they switch the plans




    picture of fat kid eating cake. a fat kid eating cake!
  • a fat kid eating cake!


  • edesignuk
    Aug 6, 01:46 PM
    For an awful second I thought I was going to be e :DYou wish buddy, I know your game http://up.edesignuk.com/files/1/Images/Smilies/Dogeyes.gif




    picture of fat kid eating cake. Fat Babies Eating Cake
  • Fat Babies Eating Cake


  • CobraPA
    Apr 28, 02:25 PM
    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/SSD/65

    Seems like a pretty good choice. I didn't realize anything was beating the Vertexes, although it's been about a year since I went shopping. (The IBM's were always a little faster, but a lot more dollars as well.)




    picture of fat kid eating cake. he wanted to take his
  • he wanted to take his


  • schroder3000
    Mar 23, 02:34 PM
    I've got a current model Mac Mini that I'd like to connect to a non-HD television via Component cable. I have an DVI-Mini Display Port adapter which was purchased from a third party as well as a DVI-Component adapter that came with it. Here are some photos:

    http://i52.tinypic.com/2zhqkhl.jpg
    http://i53.tinypic.com/ek516u.jpg

    Aside from a Component cable to connect to the TV, anything else I might need for this to work successfully?

    Thanks!




    picture of fat kid eating cake. One happy fat girl eating
  • One happy fat girl eating


  • EDITMAN2411
    Apr 23, 10:25 PM
    So Im a freelance Editor/Motion Graphics guy with no real understanding of RAID Controller Cards, or how they work.

    As of right now I have three 1TB drives inside my Mac Pro, RAIDed together (stripe 0) using the OS. No Raid card.

    The drives are all 7200rpm from varying manufacturers. (not sure if this matters.)

    My questions is; is it beneficial for me to get a RAID card to control these drives vs. leaving it to the OS to handle? Any suggestions for me?

    Thanks.

    2010 8-Core Mac Pro 2.4
    14GB RAM




    picture of fat kid eating cake. like a much older kid.
  • like a much older kid.


  • rustywild
    Apr 2, 07:18 AM
    Hi:

    I have a pickerview with two dependent component that use a dictionary. All work fine but i want show two result in two label according with your selecction in the picker.

    How i can do that??


    thanx




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  • Start time is 9am.


  • Doctor Q
    Mar 24, 12:22 PM
    I was wondering if we could get an iOS forum as well, since there's one for Mac OS X, and none specifically for iOS (unless i'm blind). It seems that a lot of people are talking about iOS updates in the iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch forums.

    What do you guys think?
    People discuss iOS in general when there's a news story about it (in the matching discussion thread) or from a programming point of view (for which there's a forum). Otherwise, they post about it in the forum for the device they are using. The question is whether they'd really switch to discussing it in a single iOS forum. I think some people would use the new forum but many others would not, so we'd end up further fragmenting those discussions. But you need a crystal ball to know these things for certain.




    picture of fat kid eating cake. That#39;s my kid!! Eating carrots
  • That#39;s my kid!! Eating carrots


  • sfh
    Jun 11, 12:38 PM
    Well I still say that the etch-a-scketch is better ..... lol
    If you can't beat them just make something up and hope the press spins it your way.

    Sometimes I think the genetic pool of humanity must have a BP oil well spewing crap into it.




    picture of fat kid eating cake. paintings of people eating.
  • paintings of people eating.


  • bousozoku
    Jan 13, 12:12 PM
    I'm sure they are dying to hear your plan.

    I say may the best man (company) win. To be honest, and this is just opinion, I think Cisco threw the "iPhone" out there because they knew the real iPhone was coming (as did we all) and wanted to bank on it somehow, just like I'm sure iPhone-related email addresses were swiped up recently too.

    I could be wrong, but prove it.

    I was thinking that, but Linksys/Cisco filed for the trademark in 1999.

    Cisco have owned this trademark for years. Apple were in negotiations to buy it, but for whatever reason they couldn't close the deal in time. Apple should therefore have not announced that the product was going to be called iPhone at the keynote.

    Doing so before the deal was done was a big mistake. Cisco can now triple the price for the name and Apple either have to pay or look humiliated.

    Apple can throw as many lawyers as they like at it now, but that name is still Cisco's property. Last time I looked, Cisco could afford a big legal team of their own. They can't be bullied here.

    EDIT : Although whether the situation worldwide is quite so clear cut is debatable. Article from The Register. (http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/01/12/cisco_apple_iphone_trademark_spat/)

    Yes, it looks like there is more to it, namely expiration of the trademark without usage in time.

    Personally i think that they both should just play nice.

    I mean why doesn't Apple just do what they did with the Apple TV. Throw the Apple Logo in front of it. Then Linksys should do the same.

    Digg this:

    Cisco lost rights to iPhone trademark last year, experts say. (http://blogs.zdnet.com/Burnette/?p=236)

    Cisco claims Apple created phony company to sidestep iPhone trademark. (http://money.canoe.ca/News/TopPhoto/2007/01/10/3279889-ap.html)

    Interesting links. The iPhone is dead, long live the iPhone.




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  • eating-cake.jpg


  • Full of Win
    Apr 22, 01:52 PM
    I think this is just for Apple to not have to admit defeat.




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  • Fat Guy Eating Ice Cream.


  • shumster
    Mar 8, 06:07 PM
    Got my Gmail account and set it up for POP access in Mail.

    All worked fine until I restarted my powerbook. Opened Mail and the Gmail account had disappeared!

    The local folder I created to store Gmail messages is still there (in On My Mac), but the subfolder of the Inbox has disappeared, along with the messages that were in it.

    I already have 3 subfolders of the Inbox, my Yahoo POP, .Mac and my ISP's.

    Is there a limit to Mail's capacity to handle more than 3 mailboxes? Or is it a bug?

    Thanks




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  • kid eating corn dog


  • ri0ku
    Feb 14, 06:31 PM
    lol so you dont own an iPad yet in another thread you were going to steal someones idea and "sketch it up" in xcode for iPads lol just lol

    Edit: And to answer that, your annoying me and others on this forum. Steveknobs is right... its a pretty crappy idea.




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  • Kid Cake, Fat Kids


  • atheistpally
    Feb 22, 12:13 AM
    Is it 250 or 500? I'm close to 250...




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  • Obese woman eats cake for


  • Blackhatch
    Apr 4, 09:45 AM
    Thanks for the link to the compatibility chart.

    What format of video do I need? It appears that Mpeg-4 is out of the question and totally unnecessary for my application.

    Is there any benefit to it over Mpeg-2

    I just want really high res and clean footage.




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  • she was the fat kid,


  • Naimfan
    Mar 1, 02:10 PM
    President Obama�s decision to no longer defend the so-called �Defense of Marriage Act� in court is the courageous and correct one. DOMA was a disaster and a huge step backwards from the instant it was signed into law. President Obama�s decision gives me hope that we as a nation can address the far more significant challenges and problems we face. We can only hope that his decision spells the beginning of the end of DOMA, and that it is a signpost of the continuing progress we as a nation have made in tolerating, and indeed, celebrating those people who are different from us in whatever form.

    For me the question of same-sex marriage boils down to this: Love is hard enough to find. If two men or two women find love together, and want to publicly declare and celebrate it, who are we to tell them they cannot? If anyone can think of a dumber reason to discriminate against someone, please let me know. Just as I would not want anyone else to have a veto power over who I might choose to marry, I do not, and should not, have veto power over who someone else might choose to marry. Nor should the government.

    That said, if a particular religious denomination chooses not to perform same-sex marriages, that may be their right. The government, however, has no such discretion, and should not. The idea that the government should act as �custos mores� (The Guardian of Morals�) is long past.


    As Justice Kennedy wrote in Romer v. Evans, 517 U.S. 620 (1996) �We must conclude that Amendment 2 classifies homosexuals not to further a proper legislative end but to make them unequal to everyone else. This Colorado cannot do. A State cannot so deem a class of persons a stranger to its laws.� Romer v. Evans, 517 U.S. 620 (1996) (emphasis added).

    The arguments against same-sex marriage are ludicrous. Distilled to their essence, they all reduce to the idea that marriage has traditionally been between a man and a woman, and so it should stay that way. If marriage were on the same legal level as joining a social club, and no state action were involved, that would be fine. But the instant the government becomes involved, our government is required to treat everyone equally. Allowing only certain groups to avail themselves of the legal benefits and protections of marriage violates the principle of equal protection of the law, and there is simply no rational or compelling state interest to do so that could justify such a separation. The argument that �But we�ve always done it that way� simply does not, and cannot, justify prohibiting same-sex marriage. It is no more than the tired refrain of the intellectually bankrupt who reflexively oppose any change that does not directly benefit them.

    And so President Obama should be celebrated for taking a step to promote the equality of all in the United States. With his decision and announcement, we are one step closer to the ideal of judging a person not by what they look like, or whom they associate with, but by the content of their character and by the actions they take.




    picture of fat kid eating cake. Just my opinion, fat people
  • Just my opinion, fat people


  • tablo13
    Mar 11, 11:16 PM
    The same thing is saying for my friend's iPod which is iOS 4.2.1, 3rd gen 32GB, and 26GB disk space left. :confused: Both were done on Windows. But did with redsn0w again and it is untethered with the greenpois0n boot logo still present.




    Cha
    Mar 3, 09:38 PM
    The jailbreak is not just software-based... So even if 4.2.1 is shipped with it (I think 4.3 will be on it), unless the bootrom exploit works on the new hardware then it will not be jailbreakable at the beginning.




    Danno21
    Apr 22, 02:08 AM
    I see, thank you!




    McGordon
    May 1, 02:21 AM
    I've not read any of those books but based on the description and table of contents, I'd say this one would be a good start:

    Objective C for Absolute Beginners

    It seems to cover the basics of programming in Objective-C without jumping straight into programming user interfaces. Apart from that, it seems very similar to this one:

    Apress: Mac Programming for Absolute Beginners

    Xcode should be all you'll need for now. If you get serious about getting your apps on the mac or iPhone app store you'll need to pay apple to join one of the developer programs. You can't test an iPhone app on a real iPhone without joining, though you can test on a simulator on your Mac.

    Starting programming for the Mac then moving to iOS would be good, but if your ultimate goal is to be an iPhone developer you could skip it. It's up to you really. Just get started and have fun!




    daneoni
    Apr 22, 04:31 PM
    I had my EMP primed and ready.




    notjustjay
    Feb 14, 12:44 PM
    There is really no point in continuing to have an argument over what is essentially the semantic difference between a virus and a piece of malware.

    Tell your friend it's not worth arguing about.



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