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I agree that the mere thought of someone we revere being treated unjustly, in human terms, is frightful indeed. Especially so when what we perceive as injustice is extended to "all of eternity." And despite the evidence, none of us really knew Steve Jobs' heart fully so we cannot say 100% where his spirit is today. But for the sake of clarification, in terms of Christianity, eternal punishment is Biblically tied to "missing the mark" (i.e., "sin"), which is defined not...
It's funny but I've found that many people post in forums only because it's too difficult to Google up the answers (don't fret, I've done that too):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TtMEcZk3AE Kirk said, "Oh my" one time and then died. But I agree with others here that a movie would most likely NOT serve as the inspiration for someone's final "death words." And I believe that to be true of Steve Jobs, ven though it can be said he was truly "unique among men."Perhaps you...
Translation: He instructed relevant government officials to see how they can possibly alter laws that would nullify patents held by foreign corporations who threaten Taiwanese companies that prefer to copy technology rather than innovate their own. To be fair, every country, even the USA, has this common moral failing. Human beings most often prefer to "protect their own" rather than "do what's right."
I guess the slim margins are the primary reason why HP did not consider a bid for the sale of 15 million tablets: http://www.appleinsider.com/articles...blet_deal.html Which leads one to wonder about HP's management. I agree with getting HP out the PC business. They should merge with Agilent (which is a stupid name) and put their brand back on the world's greatest engineering measurement tools.
Forget the iPhone 4 antenna, this is the genuine "death grip."
Would I support my home team? Not being a sports fan as such, no I wouldn't. But if someone did support his or her home team, and some on the team played unfairly, I think it would be stupid to sue them for that. So in terms of "suing," there is a big difference. And since the article is about suing, that's all that matters in this discussion.The article itself does the singling out. Did I write the article? Koreans are singled out in the article, and this thread is...
That's because you live on the Left Coast, not Japan.
This isn't the Olympics, friend. It's one thing to support your country in a sporting event. It's yet another for one (regardless of nationality, US or Korean or Japanese) to blindly support a corporate entity without knowing all the facts ONLY BECAUSE that corporation is the same nationality as you. (As you might expect, I do not support extreme nationalism.)And your entire statement defends the status quo, which I am against in many ways. What's new? I wish SOMETHING...
I could be wrong, but I highly doubt someone who willingly names themselves "OccamsAftershave" is a born-and-raised-in-Japan Japanese. I say this as someone who is not Japanese by blood nor Asian, and originally from California. Fact is that Japan has fewer lawsuits of any kind versus most industrialized nations. Japanese people have more self-control coupled with far fewer lawyers. Self-control has nothing to do with a so-called "superior race" either, so please spare...
That's really all this is. In Korea, there is no one oblivious to the fact that Apple has taken their corporate baby to court. Even if Samsung was proved to be a blatant copy artist in court, most Koreans would never see it that way, simply because they support their own flesh and blood first. Apple is the foreign invader in their eyes. So it should come as no surprised that average Koreans are taking Apple to court on their own. Nor would I be surprised if Samsung...
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