8 posts • joined 24 Jan 2008
It's pretty clear to me that there is something inherently wrong with naked short selling. I mean, it hardly fills you with confidence in the product when the salesperson of the aforementioned short trousers isn't even wearing them.
The vid is locked down now with the text:
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a hyperdrive propulsion capable of making the trip to Mars in 5 hours
sooooo..... when can I get one of these fitted to my flying car?
surely it doesn't need a disclaimer cos it's really badly mixed VT and its obvious they weren't there because of it?
made me think...
"hey now, what's that sound, everybody look what's goin down...."
I've never been impressed with the sound an iPod makes, or the lack of options to improve and modify the sound to suit your speaker options. My phone produces a better noise through it's speaker.
For a product you pay such a premium for you'd expect it to perform better, though I doubt that's what Neil is poking at. No matter what format you use the lowest common denominator is usually going to be the DAC you use for playback.
Oh yeah, and Nyquist was and is right.
Over zealous typing causes URL based spelling mistakes
At least, thats what I find.
Also, 3g BB makes for more satisfying browsing experience :)
a cunning ruse
Lulling us all into a false sense of security?
Chad, is that you?!
I agree on the ElRegPhone, surely missing a niche here guys?
That you Chad? How ya keeping?
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