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When people see it as a choice, then they'd assume it can be imposed on others. There's a religious site here where they are trying to align homosexuality with the coercion of children and picked out the following videos:http://shoebat.com/2014/02/27/putin-right-sodomites-must-go/The second video is about a gay Australian couple who adopted a Russian boy and abused him across their network of contacts and were sentenced to 30-40 years in prison. The problem with trying to...
If you Google for "aperture yosemite", you can see Adobe's been spending their adwords wisely. The following page suggests there's an update for version 3 for Yosemite compatibility:https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6601328I'm guessing you're asking what's the cheapest non-Adobe option comparing with Lightroom + Photoshop for $10/month. Capture One Pro isn't very cheap but is an alternative that will let you import your Aperture...
The non-Retina is $929 with 4GB and 500GB HDD: http://store.apple.com/us/product/FD101LL/A/refurbished-133-inch-macBook-pro-25ghz-dual-core-intel-i5 The Retina is $999 with 4GB and 128GB: http://store.apple.com/us/product/FE864LL/A/refurbished-133-inch-macbook-pro-24ghz-dual-core-intel-i5-with-retina-display 4GB is not good in either and 8GB would be $80-100 either via a BTO upgrade when purchasing new models or 3rd party afterwards. The following option would be the...
What you are calling protectionism is deregulation. You are in favor of deregulation and for government to be involved in the free market as little as possible. That's what they did with sports and you still criticize it. You are criticizing the lack of government involvement and lack of regulation.When government regulates the free market, you say it's anti-competitive involvement; when they deregulate the free market (finance industry, sports), you say it's...
You both seem to be coming to the same conclusion with opposing views. The first says the government caused the monopolies by taking away regulation preventing them, the second says monopolies only happen through over-regulation. It's like saying the government caused problems in the financial industry through deregulation when the free market proponents are the biggest supporters of deregulation.What can't be repeated enough times is that you can't have it both ways. You...
Choice is completely the wrong word to use because it implies a short timeframe and as you say conscious decision making - the only choice would be acting on attractions or not. Any influence on the attractions that wasn't pre-natal has to be external and long-term so conditioning is a more appropriate term. The question would be 'is sexuality conditioned or innate', more commonly worded nature vs nurture. The reason some people prefer to use 'choice' is that it would mean...
Not really, it's mainly used on Windows servers as opposed to PHP on UNIX servers. It's also used for Windows phone apps, you can see here they recommend using a VM to run the SDK:http://blogs.msdn.com/b/interoperability/archive/2012/12/21/how-to-develop-for-windows-phone-8-on-your-mac.aspxNote the statement about the assumption that the users want to stick with a Mac and not just get a PC. This may let Mac users build, test and most importantly for Microsoft port iOS...
That's probably why a store in China started offering pocket enlargements:http://www.businessinsider.com/make-pants-bigger-for-the-iphone-6-2014-10If you need new pockets, you're buying it wrong.Joswiak said that the bigger screen is more popular in China, not so much in Europe and mixed in the US. The US will represent about 40% of sales so 3-1 means 10% overall. Europe will represent about 25% so say it's 5-1, that's 5%, Asia is 35% and that seems to be 5-2 so 14%. This...
The iPad is highly functional: email, social media, e-commerce, gaming, movies, photos, wifi, productivity like iWork, Office. The Apple Watch is designed for lightweight interactivity. The iPod didn't do very much at one point either but you can see the sales just now. The Apple Watch is basically a wrist-iPod. I think 30-40m would be excessive for the first year but it might not have a yearly upgrade cycle so the chip supplier contract could be over 2 years. 10m year one...
2008 at least:http://www.cornflex.org/?p=1I think it has some interesting applications such as being right next to a sports event as though you were sitting right there or giving someone immobile a virtual day out with friends where one person has the camera attached to them. In a racing event, they could have the camera on the car. I don't think it has much mass appeal as it is now. The advert shows two people sitting on a sofa as normal and it suggests VR Cinema but you...
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