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Do Firefox Users Pay More For Car Loans?

Four_One_Nine Re:I wonder (371 comments)

Wow - I'm sitting in 90210 right now and my rates are Chrome: 3.5, Firefox, 3.1, IE, 3.1 Of course when I check to see where my IP resolves, it tells me I'm in Miami. Whatever.

more than 3 years ago

Seven Words You Can't Say On Google Instant

Four_One_Nine Re: Dear Puritans (257 comments)

Seriously... RTFHB

Funniest thing I've read in a long time. Well played.

about 4 years ago

What Free Antivirus Do You Install On Windows?

Four_One_Nine Re:Avira/AntiVir (896 comments)

+1 I've put AntiVir on every computer I own. Very tiny footprint. Doesn't give me a bunch of crap I don't want.

more than 4 years ago

$4,400/Yr. Coders May Work On Dept. of Labor Project

Four_One_Nine Re:Good job? But he's wrong! (418 comments)

Should we be ridiculing you for thinking this Verizon joke was "very obscure?"

more than 4 years ago

Hubble Releases First Post-Upgrade Images

Four_One_Nine Re:I suddenly feel... (129 comments)

Can we have your liver then?

more than 5 years ago

Asus Ships Cracking Software On Recovery DVD

Four_One_Nine Re:Someone Is Getting Fired (263 comments)

It's truly amazing how difficult it is to fire people in many organizations, so I doubt it is a guarantee that anyone will be fired.

However this is exactly the kind of public exposure of software piracy that the offended companies can use to boost earnings.

Firings=No Lawsuits=Yes

more than 6 years ago


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New AOL features - pointless and redundant

Four_One_Nine Four_One_Nine writes  |  more than 7 years ago The fist thought that came to mind when I saw the TV ad for the "new AOL" was: Four things at once?!? how is that innovative?

Then I saw the banner ad for it and followed it to this link:

Their product slogan should now be: "The new AOL - now AOL users can do what every other Internet user has been able to do for 10 years."


Four_One_Nine Four_One_Nine writes  |  more than 7 years ago Okay, I rarely post on slashdot but often have thoughts that I think are relevant. I don't know who has the ability to read this, nor do I know how I read others' journals. However I'm going to post anyway. Mostly becuase 1) people stopped posting FIRST before I got the chance to do it and 2) FIRST!

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