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On April 4, 1964, The Beatles occupied the top five positions on the Billboard Hot 100. In the number one slot was “Can’t Buy Me Love,” followed by “Twist and Shout,” “She Loves You,” “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” and “Please Please Me.” They remain the only artist to accomplish this feat.
tylerk36, Are you suggesting that because someone may improperly use a search engine to glean data, that makes the results valid?
A year or so ago, I had a last generation G5 Mac Pro with what I suspected was just a dead power supply. I thought, $250 or so for a new power supply and I'll have a reasonably powerful backup device. No warranty on hand, so I was prepared to pay cash to bring this machine back to life. So, off to the Genius bar. They triaged the Mac Pro and accepted the repair. A week later someone called from Apple saying that they were not going to repair my 'legacy' machine. ...
Maybe I'm being more careful with my iPhone 4, but I was constantly dropping my iPhone 3. Seems to me the iPhone 4's 'rectangular' design is easier to hold onto? Can't remember ever dropping my iPhone 4? (Knock on wood! ) In fact, I don't even have a case for my iPhone 4!
I'll will at least agree with See Flat's ascertain that maybe now is the time to buy RIM stock? I bought ALL of my Apple stock back in 1995 just after Apple was given 90 days of life by so-called experts. That makes my cost basis per share under $10 a share!
Amen! The same people who voted for Mr. Franken are the same dolts who think that the Daily Show is a news program! Al Franken = brain dead comedian. Always was. Always will be. Why would any one vote for someone who spent their entire life being paid to be obnoxious? Wait! Now I get it! Politics IS the next logical path for washed up comedians! My bad!
With all due respect quinney... The US Senate might makes things better? Really? I guess there's a first for everything... <-- Insert the sounds of crickets chirping here -->
Before 0's and 1's made music easy to exactly duplicate; if you lost, destroyed, wore out or otherwise found your vinyl LP album, 45, cassette or 8-track unusable, your only option was to suck it up or go down to the local record store and BUY another copy of whatever was lost. If your record collection was stolen, you sucked that up too or called your insurance company and filed a claim. The fact that Apple (or any other digital reseller) has access to past purchases...
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