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gtat didn't have to sign—good or bad contract—they could have just said no. 
they (gtat) agreed to the terms. it's why they call it an agreement.they over-promised and seriously under-delivered. period.
yeah, christian bale is probably a good choice, but i'm far more excited about the prospect of the boyle/sorkin team. now that is going to make me want to watch the film.
oh boy, here come the tears.
what a bunch of crybabies. maybe people will start to take better care of their phones. i had a 4 and now have a 4s with a protective film on the screen + mophie case. still good as new.   i'm hoping to upgrade soon, but i'm dumbfounded as to why people have cracked screens. and, because the 4s is out of warranty, it cost me $79 for a new battery. not a bad deal considering what i've used the phone for.
both my updates (ip 4s & 2nd gen iPad download) have taken approx 7 minutes each. simple wi-fi, business account from sonic.net.   install, however, takes a bit more time. 
i'm still having trouble with mail app. in fact, it's completely useless on my machine for composing/replying/forwarding anything. it makes for a good reader, though.   i've sent many reports/ much feedback to apple and they don't seem to have rectified the problem.   i'm just wondering if anyone else is having trouble with apple's mail app.
hey samsung, the ocean called and want their shrimp back.
a feature in search of a benefit.
i'm a beta tester and mail in combination with anything safari is completely fucked up: copying/pasting a url sharing anything also, clicking on any active link (url/email) in mail). mail generates a blank email for a fraction of a second, then app crashes. then mail stops working altogether%u2014anything having to do with generating a new email. i usually have to restart to get mail to work. this is the only part of the os that is wonky for me.
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