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Xbox One Set To Launch On November 22

Suhas Re:Sorry.. (184 comments)

Is that the best you can do troll?

about a year ago
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Xbox One Set To Launch On November 22

Suhas Re:Sorry.. (184 comments)

also benefit in more tangible and socially acceptable ways.

Not sure which sanctimonious part of the world you live in, but where I live playing video games is perfectly socially acceptable. In fact, if you do not have a Console/PC and are unfamiliar with video games then you are classified as weird. So it is actually socially detrimental not to play video games here.

about a year ago
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Xbox One Set To Launch On November 22

Suhas Re:Sorry.. (184 comments)

HA HA HA. So now that Sony will make you pay for PSN+ (and any kit with a script can break into it and steal your information),. what are you gonna do? Obvious troll is obvious.

about a year ago
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Xbox One Set To Launch On November 22

Suhas Re:Sorry.. (184 comments)

Is Sony the same company that put a rootkit on their customers home devices because they dared to listen to some music? Yup, less hostile.

about a year ago
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Xbox One Set To Launch On November 22

Suhas Re:This just in... (184 comments)

Just like your smartphone. No wait, A smart phone is an audio/video monitoring device that also tracks your location 24/7. Of course, PAID FOR by millions.

about a year ago
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Moscow Subway To Use Special Devices To Read Data On Passengers' Phones

Suhas Re:SIM tracking? (163 comments)

The IMEI cannot be changed since it is normally written in write-once memory, and it may even be illegal to change.

I just had to ask, even at the cost of modding a different thread again. You really think that a person who steals a phone would not change the IMEI (if possible) because changing the IMEI may be illegal? Really? I am struggling to understand the logical thought process which led you to this conclusion.

about a year ago
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Google's Latest Machine Vision Breakthrough

Suhas Captcha's be gone? (113 comments)

So Captcha's will become even easier to crack? Great, the sooner we can get rid of them, the better. As it is they are getting impossible to read by humans, thanks to idiots who don't know how to design them.

1 year,6 days
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Man Who Sold $100 Million Worth of Pirated Software Gets 12 Years In Prison

Suhas Re:Nuber not that impressive (304 comments)

> most of the sales were to counties that have US trade embargoes imposed
Wait, so US now imposes trade embargoes on counties as well? This is just more of Yankee aggression as most of the poorest counties which cannot afford to buy legal software are in the south and South Dakota

about a year ago
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Does US Owe the World an Education At Its Expense?

Suhas Re:Couldn't we just charge them tuition? (689 comments)

One of the major reasons the US is rich is because the rest of the world has been using US dollars they receive to buy and sell oil instead of using them to buy US goods and services. It's like if I write a cheque to pay my landlord, who doesn't cash it, but uses it to pay his mortgage, and the bank uses it to pay their employees, and so on, without anyone ever cashing it. The wealth of the US comes at the rest of the worlds expense, for the most part, and they stablize and extend the system with their war machine.

I wish I could give all 15 mod points to you, but had to comment to say how many people do not realize this simple fact.

about a year and a half ago
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Does US Owe the World an Education At Its Expense?

Suhas Re:We have the same... (689 comments)

Nonsense. The Japanese have no trouble to pronounce "R" sounds, it's the "L" sound their language is (somewhat) missing.

If by somewhat you mean completely, then yes.
Source: I am fluent in Japanese.

about a year and a half ago
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Australian Scientists Discover Potential Aids Cure

Suhas Re:This will never get approved (232 comments)

> I''m not sure you make a good case when you cite a comic.
Are you even remotely familiar with what PHDComics is? Based on your tendency to reject content based on form, you limit the knowlegde that you can obtain. Open your eyes.

about a year and a half ago
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Australian Scientists Discover Potential Aids Cure

Suhas Re:This will never get approved (232 comments)

Cancer is not one disease but many many diseases under the same banner. In fact, the same type of cancer can be completely different diseases in different people.
See here.
I would suggest you refrain from making idiotic remarks about subjects you have no clue about.

about a year and a half ago
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Republican Staffer Khanna Axed Over Copyright Memo

Suhas Re:He Should Be (506 comments)

True Words

about a year and a half ago
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NTT DoCoMo Asks Google To Limit Android Data Use

Suhas Re:I don't see it (160 comments)

Not to mention all those customers crammed into an area smaller than California.

more than 2 years ago
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NTT DoCoMo Asks Google To Limit Android Data Use

Suhas Re:Both (160 comments)

>Also, Jabber sucks mostly due to its use of XML. Well, the solution is simple enough. XML is like violence, If it doesn't work the first time, use more!

more than 2 years ago
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NTT DoCoMo Asks Google To Limit Android Data Use

Suhas Re:Well that depends... (160 comments)

I live and work in downtown Tokyo and DoCoMo performance has gone down the drain *significantly* in the last few weeks. 3 times in January alone the service completely stopped for 3-4 hours, as in, no data signal, only voice. This is true for all DoCoMo users. I would guess that a few thousand users per cell tower out in the sticks is not a good indication of network reliability for say Shibuya-ku or Minato-ku where you can have a million customers crammed in a few square kilometers.

more than 2 years ago
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Apple Threatens Bistro Over "AppleADay" Name

Suhas Re:Why are they such assholes? (301 comments)

Any poster, who posts tired old cliches and witty untruths to try and support a falsehood is an asshat and an idiot.
FTFY

more than 2 years ago
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Japan Battles Partial Nuclear Meltdown

Suhas Re:Considering ..... (769 comments)

Wow! Your ignorance is astounding.

more than 3 years ago
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Unmasking Anonymous Email Senders

Suhas Re:Just Google it... (204 comments)

I don't buy this, What kind of an idiot will leave their real name on an internet post?

-Trey

more than 3 years ago
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IPad 2 33% Thinner, 2x Faster, iOS 4.3

Suhas Re:Apple brings out the crazy in people (1118 comments)

the original 2007 iPhone 4 held up well until iOS 4 in 2010, and is still faster on its pared-back iOS 4 than some other non-Apple smartphones I've seen.

iPhone 4 came out in 2007? Can I rent your time machine please?

more than 3 years ago

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