It could just be a troll post. I wish people would occasionally use an /s, because it's not always easy to tell some are serious. The post itself is absurd, yet there isn't a distinct giveaway in the choice of words.
I think your earlier prediction may be right on this one. We may see a mini refresh at Haswell spec bump time along the rmbp line. They opted to use them the last two generations, so I don't think that is likely to change. Otherwise they probably would have refreshed the line by now.
That would be why they called it a hobby, so that it wouldn't be overly scrutinized and compared in performance to their other lines. It may have also provided a use for some of the lower performing chips or leftover chips when transitioning between phones.
When it comes to basic creative suite design work, the ram is going to hurt him more than anything, especially on CS5 or newer. CS6 and Creative Cloud like to take advantage of ram over scratch disks where possible. If his drive is older with less contiguous space, that makes it even worse. As a temporary fix disabling spotlight on all private directories should stop the crashes as long as there is adequate disk space. The problem there is that spotlight and mdworker can...
It would have been funnier if he stated that Jesus was a zombie who returned to feast on the brains of the Romans with a benevolent smile on his face:D. Aside from that, like everything else in life, this can be related to Futurama. You know I'm slightly surprised that there was no attempt to capitalize on the flying spaghetti monster. I can't think of a brand of pasta or sauce that incorporates the FSM in product marketing.
I don't have as much of an issue with local churches on most issues. My issue is really with the overly commercialized ones, as you point out. I might include any that act as political mouthpieces in it as well. I do have an issue with subsidizing discriminatory organizations, which includes a portion of churches. I can't back this up, but my suspicion is that these guys make up a vocal minority. I really doubt the majority of those who attend Christian churches really...
Ahh that misses my point. Perhaps I should have said I found some to be more insightful than others. Would that make you happy? I can think of one of the mods on here that regularly points out more interesting references in his posts than some of the writers.
I wouldn't bother arguing with him, because it's not really reason against reason. It's whatever you say vs whatever translation of the Bible or whatever other religious book. They absolutely deserve the right to congregate, but there are other relics that should have disappeared long ago. For example we offer tax exempt status to discriminatory organizations. Like a lot of other problems, that is one that specific lobbyists have fought to continue.