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« Reply #1890 on: Apr 6th, 2012, 3:11pm »

Personally I prefer the box of chocolates with the neat GUI telling where ones favorite like coconuts or the cherry are. That was a splendidly useful app.

In any case ..Trust no one under 40.
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« Reply #1891 on: Apr 6th, 2012, 3:24pm »

This chocolate will blow your mind

http://www.artisanduchocolat.com/chocolates.html

I've never had anything even close to this quality before, each chocolate decorated and edible just as you see it here, designs and all.

unbelievable... cool
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« Reply #1892 on: Apr 6th, 2012, 10:53pm »

They were fantastic, They could change the wallpaper a tad to do them justice, , still clean and crisp site.
I can only imagine what Katter can do with those wonderful chocolates. Now there goes a wonderful idea for an Isaacs , no...forget Isaac, he is finished..all washed up, outre, kaput, fini , ....pfft! Instead I envision a Tommi's line of select designer drone chocolates.
Pick one delicatel by the hand , and watch it instantly disappear..into our mouths, closing your eyes, feel them take you to heaven..!
I think you just stumbled on a winner there. shocked
Nothing French please, I am boycotting them until they oust that Twit Sarkozy from office for Banning Cheese from the Elysee!
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/nicolas-sarkozy/9189535/France-election-2012-Nicolas-Sarkozy-bans-cheese-from-Elysee-Palace.html It makes you want to see the guillotine returned. What planet is he from? Why not just order the people to stop having sex and making babies.
When he and his wife got the scaibes, Killed all those thousands of Arabs and Africans, , I just knew that it was an omen of things to come. But I digress....

Chocolates..mmmm.

You know something Tommi, your penchant for taste and finer things, is a unique talent in fact, reminiscent of these girls.

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All differences aside Tommi, this could be the beginning of a beautiful relationship grin,
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« Reply #1893 on: Apr 7th, 2012, 08:07am »

As my grama always said.. the way to a man's heart is through his stomach... grin

hmmmm, of course she was Italian and would say that.... cool
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« Reply #1894 on: Apr 8th, 2012, 1:18pm »

Aha, I see you ate all the chocolates whilst I was away. naughty girl. Grandmama, Grandmama..who can ever forget them? They always seemed to have beaming smiles on their faces around the clock. If only..If only we can find a way to preserve the drone craft memories in the real world, the way we remember grand mama, why life would be complete!http://now.msn.com/now/0407-vibrator-museum.aspx
The only thing missing would be Grandma ! bless their souls. smiley
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« Reply #1895 on: Apr 12th, 2012, 8:37pm »

Stimuli ---- END TRANSMISSION

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« Reply #1896 on: Apr 13th, 2012, 07:20am »

Shhhhh! shocked Some of the idiots at Apple and MS haven't thought of that yet.
If you say that too loudly they might copy it, modify it, brand it and expect someone to try to use it...

Of course Alienware won't object too much grin (will they?)

Maybe its just my imagination but I sense a new "generation gap" forming. These dolts (including the presenters on CNBC parroting this nonsense)..
they peg "oldtimers" these days as people who believe a computer to be a tool of empowerment and "we" are a dying breed.. The new way is "forward" into advancements in devices with multidevice interfaces like Windows 8 beta.

It's nuts of course. The school kid into his first year of uni is offered an iPad or a laptop. He chooses the iPad of course. The rest of his year is spent using the computers in the school or his dorm to get real work done..... yet it still doesn't "click" that this is total insanity to assume personal computers are a "dying" artifact of technology.. The whole world is going nuts and they are throwing this crap out about "oldtimers" and their PC's.. unbelievable.

The dinosaurs are the people like Jim Kramer on CNBC and the managments of these companies who believe this nonsense because they are too old (ie: have been out of touch with tech most of their lives) to know better?
I dunno............. sigh!
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« Reply #1897 on: Apr 13th, 2012, 09:52am »

on Apr 13th, 2012, 07:20am, tomi01uk wrote:
Shhhhh! shocked Some of the idiots at Apple and MS haven't thought of that yet.
If you say that too loudly they might copy it, modify it, brand it and expect someone to try to use it...

Of course Alienware won't object too much grin (will they?)

Maybe its just my imagination but I sense a new "generation gap" forming. These dolts (including the presenters on CNBC parroting this nonsense)..
they peg "oldtimers" these days as people who believe a computer to be a tool of empowerment and "we" are a dying breed.. The new way is "forward" into advancements in devices with multidevice interfaces like Windows 8 beta.

It's nuts of course. The school kid into his first year of uni is offered an iPad or a laptop. He chooses the iPad of course. The rest of his year is spent using the computers in the school or his dorm to get real work done..... yet it still doesn't "click" that this is total insanity to assume personal computers are a "dying" artifact of technology.. The whole world is going nuts and they are throwing this crap out about "oldtimers" and their PC's.. unbelievable.

The dinosaurs are the people like Jim Kramer on CNBC and the managments of these companies who believe this nonsense because they are too old (ie: have been out of touch with tech most of their lives) to know better?
I dunno............. sigh!


Tell it... er, Sibling! Sorry, couldn't resist. grin

I agree with that, as far as I can tell (not being a computer nerd or anything). I've been using W7 for close to two years, and what boggles my mind is how bad the browsers are. Very useful features disappear with every "upgrade" to make room (presumably) for inane trinkets with no value to anyone who has work to do. These days, I routinely open at least one window in Innernets Assploder, Fartfox, and Google Bling just so I can get most web pages displayed sorta properly. It's infuriating. W7 was pretty stable for a year or so, but now it's lost its marbles just like every other OS I've ever seen so Random Stupid Crap is back. (Back off, fanboys! I have tried a couple of Macs and found them no better, just more mysterious when they don't "just work.") I admit I use my machines hard and expect a lot out of them, but really, how hard can it be to make a decent browser?
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« Reply #1898 on: Apr 13th, 2012, 10:02am »

Hahaha katt, that was great and timely. Yaa gotta love them old fogies at the Isaac Company, some of them still have a little spark in them, despite these sweeping technological changes .bless their hearts. That game is right up their alley and a welcome change from playing strip poker and bridge at the nursing home.. I can't wait till I'm 66 to play it ! don't tell anyone i'm practicing now.grin

Klat, I loved your speech at the last Isaac Pacl recent shareholders meeting, when the Company was deciding what course to take. Times have changed indeed. Your advice was brilliant.
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I know the Isaac shareholders appreciated it as well.
Who needs the Terminator when we have you , Larry The Liquidator incognito. grin
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« Reply #1899 on: Apr 13th, 2012, 10:06am »

I agree. I have to work on all these systems and that's why I'm so fed up and angry... Just because "they" can code something doesn't mean they should.

The last good OS out of Apple was Panther. It was the last one that left every feature that was needed for optimal use intact.

I (still) use XP Pro. If I have to resort to linux I will. (so will a lot of others too) But there is NOTHING.. nothing going on in Win 7 that gives a benefit that warrants everything they did to it.

You know that for 2.. no 3 years now I've been posting in and following a thread in MS forum and the thread is hundreds of pages long because Win 7 will not copy files with any speed that comes close to what you can in a Mac old or new, or XP.. so why do they build an OS that now requires a program to help you copy files with speed huh? Could it be the DRM bits in it.. you think??
DRM = data rights management.

If you watch the Stuxnet virus video on utube of a conference where the head of the lead team at MS is (hilariously) describing what they went though to analyse that code you find out that there are numerous teams at Microsoft who REFUSE to give up XP Pro too on their computers or workstations. So, even ppl at MS feel strongly as I do too.. but this stupidity carries on...

For instance..... in Win 7 there is a way you can hack the quick launch back into the task bar. But why do you have to go through that to get a much needed feature back into a (too enlarged and stupidly designed) task bar?
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« Reply #1900 on: Apr 13th, 2012, 10:17am »

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I work on no commisions, Someone here really loves the designer buggy whip..Heed KlaT'S advice, forget the hedging sell sell sell your Isaac stock, (-66.66) like it was yesterday, buy MiB Games(+33.33)HOT HOT HOT grin Dump PRN , Warners and FOX (insider tip, trust me) grin
Katt, yer gonna be rich, but don't forget our little discussion at lunch yesterday. cool
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What a chart! That's a good strong stock - hope you're init..

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« Reply #1903 on: Apr 13th, 2012, 3:06pm »

Yeah... Aapl - Apple down about 35.00 per share this week grin
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« Reply #1904 on: Apr 13th, 2012, 7:14pm »

on Apr 13th, 2012, 12:38pm, Katterfelto wrote:
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PACL susidiary taking a shellacking, its Flat lined rolleyes since 2007 go figure.
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I recommend calling your brokers to make sure your pensions are not affected or even tied in some nefarious way to these people, the darlings of wall street back in the day. update..Oltissis Airlines, just imploded, hundreds stranded, principals on the run. Northwest struggling to accommodate abandoned passengers. shocked
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