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What problems? I find Jellybean more stable than my daughter's iOS on the IP5. I've never had an issue or a problem in almost 2 years. And I'm not a paid spokesman.
What exactly is unstable about iOS? I dont' mean annoying, not to your liking, stupid... whatever.
Unstable= ???

He often makes up this stuff, I think.
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Bump has been available since the original iPhone app store in 2008 (?), IIRC. I used once because it seemed cool. Never used it again.

 

Yup, it's gimmicky. Call me practical, but I'd much rather have general purpose device-to-device file syncing capabilities (photos, videos, documents, whatever) without the need to "bump" them together.  Which I do via other apps.

 
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You've got to admit, Samsung is innovating. You can certainly argue that Apple implements ideas in a more elegant, controlled and tight sort of way, but iOS isn't exactly pioneering the way in new ideas lately.

As an Android user myself, I pray that iOS 7 brings NFC capabilities so that technology finally takes off. Android has had it for over a year, but until Apple gets it, it just won't be that wide spread.

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It's interesting how Samsung tries to position their phones as something young people would like. From what I've seen, most big screen phone owners are those who need the big screen for their poor eyesight (middle aged and above).

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What problems? I find Jellybean more stable than my daughter's iOS on the IP5. I've never had an issue or a problem in almost 2 years. And I'm not a paid spokesman.

 

Haven't had my iPhone 5 for 2 years and so cannot refute your argument directly, however you set the argument up that way. Also haven't had a single issue with the phone and so I suspect that by the time my 2 year contract is up, just as with my iPhone 4 which we still use, I will have had no issues either. The iPhone is all class, the Apple ads classy, everything that Samsung isn't.

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... From what I've seen, most big screen phone owners are those who need the big screen for their poor eyesight (middle aged and above).

 

That's exactly the argument put by a Samsung user to me recently, his wife however was very happy with her iPhone 5. The wife, lol, is his employer too, she runs a very successful import business.

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That is such an embarrassing ad. They are showing off absolutely pointless features, most of which are already available via apps on iOS anyways. The ones that aren't available are ludicrous anyways... answering your phone with your hand moving in front of it? Um, no thank you... how many accidental calls would you end up picking up that way? The Android platform is so terrible that it has come down to touting these atrocities as advantages? Of course they don't mention the viruses, malware, freezes, security breaches, and crashes on the Android platform. They also don't mention that you can never upgrade your OS nor that your privacy is squelched every time you download an app. They don't mention the inferior camera nor the inferior display nor the inferior hardware nor the inferior materials nor the inferior user experience. They also don't have the superior Apple ecosystem that syncs your Mac, iPhone, and iPad together. They don't mention the lack of iMessage -- a truly indispensable tool, nor the inferior apps available for Android (not to mention the MUCH SMALLER NUMBER of apps available), nor the lack of the high-quality FaceTime video chats. I'd like to see an ad that actually talks about all of that. Or, I'd much rather have the wonderfully sentimental and beautiful new iPhone ad that came out last week.

 

Some things to consider:

 

  • First of, this commercial was made to showcase the built-in features of the Galaxy S4. It's an advantage for Galaxy users that they need not to go to the Android market and download apps just to "have" these features. 

 

 

 

  • What do you mean by "you can never upgrade your OS? The Galaxy S3, which was released a little more than 9 months ago is already in Android 4.1.2. It's a few versions shy away from the latest version which is 4.2.

 

  • Inferior camera? You do know that the Galaxy S4 carries a 13 megapixel camera as opposed to the iPhone 5's 8 megapixel?

       CNET states: When it comes to the out-and-out winner, the tussle between the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4 grows murkier. In well-lit photos, the        choice for the "better" camera is a coin toss. The iPhone's slight underexposure captures the most detail across a scene, but the GS4 camera produced a lot of the photos we liked best. 

       Lifehacker: The iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S4 are the star-performers here — both rendered crisp, beautiful images. The only thing that puts the S4 slightly over the top is a better result in the highlights of the image. The light looks better on the top of the sleeper when captured on the Galaxy S4, even if it’s slight.

         AllthingsD: On many key hardware specs, the Galaxy S 4 shines. Its screen and camera resolution beat the iPhone 5’s and I found its pictures to be slightly better than those from the Apple phone, which is nearly a year old.

 

  • Inferior display? A 1920x1080 screen vs an 1136x640 screen. The Galaxy's display is clearly not inferior to the iPhone 5. I mean...for real? 

(http://www.displaymate.com/Galaxy_S4_ShootOut_1.htmThe Galaxy S4 has a much bigger screen, higher resolution, higher PPI, much darker blacks, and better screen uniformity than the iPhone 5.

 

  • There's something like Google Talk in Android. Considering that you would need a Google account to begin using your Android device, using Google Talk doesn't require much. It's free, easy to use, and is a "real-time" chat service.

 

 

  • The Galaxy has a 2 megapixel front-camera as opposed to the iPhone 5's 1.2 megapixel front camera. 

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What problems? I find Jellybean more stable than my daughter's iOS on the IP5. I've never had an issue or a problem in almost 2 years. And I'm not a paid spokesman.

Isn't jellybean, not even a year old?
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Judging by the axiom for politicians and advertisers, "never punch down", I'd guess we can tell who samesung thinks is winning. That's the same reason we're unlikely to see apple mention Samsung in a commercial.
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From what I've seen, most big screen phone owners are those who need the big screen for their poor eyesight (middle aged and above).

Actually, even there, the iPhone wins out. You should check out the vision-related accessibility settings (under 'General').

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Samsung doesn't need an ad to show the strengths of its phone. People already know which phone is better.

Which "people"? The 90%? Or the 10%?lol.gif

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That is such an embarrassing ad. They are showing off absolutely pointless features, most of which are already available via apps on iOS anyways.

Yep, but when it's all you've got

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post #52 of 174
Good think you all bought iPhones. The unthinkable would happen, otherwise; you'd be complaining about a product that you own!
post #53 of 174

I think the Windows 8 commercial where they make fun of Apple and Samsung to be very entertaining.....

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post #54 of 174
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Wow it's been that long?  As much as I hate to admit it, it DOES take Apple entering the ring at this point in game.  So many of my friends buy iPhones because they are iPhones.  They have no idea what the competition offers and think that their phone is the best because, again, it's an iPhone.  I know I'm generalizing, not trying to offend anyone.  Whether it's the best phone or not, it's that kind of mentality that leads to revolutionary changes in the way we live (i.e. mobile payments) needing to be driven by a company like Apple with such a devout following and robust marketing campaign.  Retailers and restaurant chains will jump on board right away if they know that all iPhone users in the world now know about NFC capabilities... they won't want to miss that market.  They ignore Android.

Having said that, I have a Galaxy Nexus and use Google Wallet as often as I can, especially in taxis.  Some places have it all set up, including Macy's, McDonalds, Banana Republic just to name a few.  I love the technology, but I get such strange looks when I pay by tapping my phone.  Guarantee that more than half the time, it's the first time the clerk has seen it in action (several have told me that).  Once Apple integrates it and pours marketing dollars into it, everyone will know about it (and everyone will think Apple did something revolutionary, but that's a rant for a different time).  I live in SF too, so I can only imagine that NFC payment opportunities are even more scarce in other parts of the US.

Samsung and Apple aside... I have no plans to let Google anywhere near my wallet!
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Which "people"? The 90%? Or the 10%?lol.gif

 

 

Obviously those not sheepishly following the "brainwashed crowd." 1wink.gif

 

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Some people prefer the iPhone and others prefer the Galaxy -- I certainly don't know which phone is better, but I can see people liking either one. My experience is that iOS has its share of stability problems -- the updater frequently hangs, and is impossible to unhang (the only way seems to be to delete the hung updates, and to reload the apps from scratch) -- really annoying, since I have several a lot of apps, and doing this by hand is a nightmare (and a frequent one). iMessage sometimes eats messages. Some of the apps I use crash every time I use them. Others never do. I have never ever had an app crash on an android device, but my sample size is a lot smaller. I have never had malware on either iPhones or Androids. Perhaps because I neither jailbreak nor sideload (although the fact that Apple has never sold a truly unlocked device has made the decision to not jailbreak a difficult and expensive one -- all of my android devices are fully unlocked).
 
Just one man's experience.
 

 

 

 Touché

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Built in IR is nice.

It would have been a great feature for an iDevice in the last decade. Apple could have had a kick ass Universal remote but I think they see IR as being too archaic and limited despite its ubiquity. Now that we have new BT profiles that seem ideal for remote controls I think that's something we'll see moving forward for high-end devices. Well, once Apple makes it a reality anyway.

I have an IR dongle and app for that. Really wish the IR was built it though. Apple still uses IR for their remotes too. It is a great technology that won't go away fast. It is so great for easy implementation, low energy consumption ,and cost. BT is wonderful, but not as strong on those values.. No doubt it will get closer and it certainly has other advantages.
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In almost all cases a user with a Samsung phone isn't even near someone with a Samsung phone, or even one with a Samsung phone new enough to do that kind of sharing. 

This reminds me of a MS Surface commercial where everyone has a Surface to throw around. In real life the Surface owner is alone in a corner with his pocket protector and a "Windows 8 for Dummies" book.

It's worth noting that S Beam is just Samsung's rebranding of Android Beam. All Android phones with 4.0 or above can beam data, and all phones with 4.1 and above can beam files. That makes sharing through beam very likely as there are many phones that allow it, not just Samsungs. Samsung happens to be the only company that advertises it heavily.
post #58 of 174
running time 1:33. I'm guessing it's a youtube-only advert?
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"Hey my memory is full"

 

"Mine too"

 

"And mine"

 

"WTF this is supposed to have 16GB"

 

Turn to "old" people with iPhone's and in whiny voices "Mum, Dad can we have money for memory cards?".

 

"Well, I would, dear, but it wouldn't really help much since you can't load apps onto that SD card memory… want to borrow my phone for awhile?"

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Apple's handset grew its share of the market by 2.7 percent, moving from 36.3 percent to 39 percent over the three month period ending in March

Doesn't seem to be working for them right

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I will say some of the Samsung ads do make me giggle. I'll never forget that one with the wife saying goodbye to her husband and she beams him a special movie.

 

I always chuckled it had to have been one helluva  a quick solo seeing as they bumped for a few seconds.

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Apple's handset grew its share of the market by 2.7 percent, moving from 36.3 percent to 39 percent over the three month period ending in March

Doesn't seem to be working for them right

 

I can see the parody now, ``You're marketing it wrong.''

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I honestly don't see the interest in a Google Android based smartphone if my ecosystem runs OS X and iTunes. Sorry, but Android is going to hit the wall sooner, rather than later, due to that embarrassing software ecosystem.

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Some people prefer the iPhone and others prefer the Galaxy -- I certainly don't know which phone is better, but I can see people liking either one. My experience is that iOS has its share of stability problems -- the updater frequently hangs, and is impossible to unhang (the only way seems to be to delete the hung updates, and to reload the apps from scratch) -- really annoying, since I have several a lot of apps, and doing this by hand is a nightmare (and a frequent one). iMessage sometimes eats messages. Some of the apps I use crash every time I use them. Others never do. I have never ever had an app crash on an android device, but my sample size is a lot smaller. I have never had malware on either iPhones or Androids. Perhaps because I neither jailbreak nor sideload (although the fact that Apple has never sold a truly unlocked device has made the decision to not jailbreak a difficult and expensive one -- all of my android devices are fully unlocked).
 
Just one man's experience.
 

 

Or, just one man's lack of actual experience, maybe? 

 

You made two pretty fallacious suppositions here.

 

First, that Apple has never sold a truly unlocked device. Um, wrong?  Try this: From the iPhone 'buy now' screen at apple.com, scroll a short way down and see: "Or get iPhone unlocked and contract-free."

 

Maybe I don't understand what you mean by "truly unlocked". Something more than "unlocked and contract free"? That looks pretty "truly unlocked" to me.

 

 

Second, I've been using iPhones since 5 days after they first launched, and iPads since 10 days after they first launched, and I have NEVER had a problem with what you call the "updater" having 'hanging problems'… what the hell are you talking about?? What "updater" is that exactly? Are you referring to iTunes? Are you sure you're using an actual iPhone with iOS on it, and not some Chinese knock-off? I've NEVER had "my share of iOS stability issues". On the contrary, the OS itself is rock solid.

 

Although 3rd party apps do crash from time to time, the OS itself has NEVER crashed. Not once in the 6+ years I've been using iOS.

 

I HAVE had an iOS device (iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad) lock up on me exactly twice, and both times were attributable to poorly behaving 3rd party apps.

 

If your device is locking up frequently, as implied, then it's probably got something wrong with it, and I'd take it in to be checked. I can assure you what you're describing is anything but 'normal'.
post #65 of 174
All these commercial point to shit of the Samsung S4, they don't point to the
truth that when you buy a 16GB with all the shit they load it comes out to 8GB
and Samsung comment is to buy a SD card bastards.
Maybe they should give it to the customer. Love to see the buyers sue them
on that comment.
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Android: Wow look I got this awesome feature called drama shot ! You can take multiple photos and combine them into an single image !!!
iOS: typing...
A: hey ! You don't have it ! Your phone is crap !
i: Downloading...
A: Apple is so arrogant they don't put that feature into every their CraPhone ! Samsung is much better, SAMSUNG will rule entire space and time !!!!!!!
Someone other: jumping into the pool.
i:shooting...
A: that is...
i: Yes it's an awesome feature ! Do you want to... Ah we cannot share it... "Troll face"
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I liked it!

It was well done and piqued my interest.
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post #68 of 174
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Some people prefer the iPhone and others prefer the Galaxy -- I certainly don't know which phone is better, but I can see people liking either one. My experience is that iOS has its share of stability problems -- the updater frequently hangs, and is impossible to unhang (the only way seems to be to delete the hung updates, and to reload the apps from scratch) -- really annoying, since I have several a lot of apps, and doing this by hand is a nightmare (and a frequent one). iMessage sometimes eats messages. Some of the apps I use crash every time I use them. Others never do. I have never ever had an app crash on an android device, but my sample size is a lot smaller. I have never had malware on either iPhones or Androids. Perhaps because I neither jailbreak nor sideload (although the fact that Apple has never sold a truly unlocked device has made the decision to not jailbreak a difficult and expensive one -- all of my android devices are fully unlocked).
 
Just one man's experience.
 
This is complete BS. I've had an iPhone since the original model and never had any of the problems you mention. I've never had an app fail to update and have to delete and reinstall it. Not saying that has never happened to anyone but to imply that it happens all the time is just a lie. Also, if I had any apps that crashed every time I used them, I would probably delete the app. How can you use it anyway if it crashes every time?? And to imply that you've never had an android app crash means that you must have never actually used an android phone. I was forced to use one for about a year after I moved and had to switch to Verizon. I had a droid 2 until Verizon added the iPhone. Almost every app I downloaded would have many reviews that said it worked on such and such a phone running this version of android and how it didn't work well on this other phone. I had more app crashes in about a year of android use than in 5 years of iOS use.

Nice try troll but your story is bull
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You've got to admit, Samsung is innovating. You can certainly argue that Apple implements ideas in a more elegant, controlled and tight sort of way, but iOS isn't exactly pioneering the way in new ideas lately.

As an Android user myself, I pray that iOS 7 brings NFC capabilities so that technology finally takes off. Android has had it for over a year, but until Apple gets it, it just won't be that wide spread.

 

love all the new astroturfers, i mean "posters" posting these Samesung feel good messages.  the s4 is garbage, just like the s3.  Yeah i want to touch phones to "squirt" photos to my friends.  I guess the Microsoft drone from the failed Zune when to Samesung?

 

Samesung has not innovated anything other than how to blantly copy and steal from Apple and get away with it.  NFC is terrible and will never "take off"

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the updater frequently hangs, and is impossible to unhang (the only way seems to be to delete the hung updates, and to reload the apps from scratch) -- really annoying, since I have several a lot of apps, and doing this by hand is a nightmare (and a frequent one). 

 

 

Double tap them.

 

Problem solved.

 

For all several a lot of them.

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Originally Posted by egern View Post
You've got to admit, Samsung is innovating. 
 

No, I'm not a liar.


…iOS isn't exactly pioneering the way in new ideas lately.

 

Said no person of intelligence, ever.


As an Android user myself…

 

So go away.


I pray that iOS 7 brings NFC capabilities so that technology finally takes off. Android has had it for over a year, but until Apple gets it, it just won't be that wide spread.

 

Must be fun to acknowledge that everything your platform does is total, useless crap, huh. lol.gif

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I have an IR dongle and app for that. Really wish the IR was built it though. Apple still uses IR for their remotes too. It is a great technology that won't go away fast. It is so great for easy implementation, low energy consumption ,and cost. BT is wonderful, but not as strong on those values.. No doubt it will get closer and it certainly has other advantages.

 

Used to have fun with one of these, picture a crowded bar, a close game, all of a sudden the channel changes or the TV switches off and no-one has any idea how or why as staff scramble for the remote.

 

Of course, due to Nokia's lack of success in the US no wonder that guy is so impressed with ten year old tech.

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Second, I've been using iPhones since 5 days after they first launched, and iPads since 10 days after they first launched, and I have NEVER had a problem with what you call the "updater" having 'hanging problems'… what the hell are you talking about?? What "updater" is that exactly? Are you referring to iTunes? Are you sure you're using an actual iPhone with iOS on it, and not some Chinese knock-off? I've NEVER had "my share of iOS stability issues". On the contrary, the OS itself is rock solid.

 

 

I think he's referring to what can occur if you leave a wifi network when in the middle of downloading larger App updates.

 

I accidentally found the solution the other day when I double tapped an App that was part downloaded when I was back on wifi, it resumed downloading and installed as normal.

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post #74 of 174
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That is such an embarrassing ad. They are showing off absolutely pointless features, most of which are already available via apps on iOS anyways. The ones that aren't available are ludicrous anyways... answering your phone with your hand moving in front of it? Um, no thank you... how many accidental calls would you end up picking up that way? The Android platform is so terrible that it has come down to touting these atrocities as advantages? Of course they don't mention the viruses, malware, freezes, security breaches, and crashes on the Android platform. They also don't mention that you can never upgrade your OS nor that your privacy is squelched every time you download an app. They don't mention the inferior camera nor the inferior display nor the inferior hardware nor the inferior materials nor the inferior user experience. They also don't have the superior Apple ecosystem that syncs your Mac, iPhone, and iPad together. They don't mention the lack of iMessage -- a truly indispensable tool, nor the inferior apps available for Android (not to mention the MUCH SMALLER NUMBER of apps available), nor the lack of the high-quality FaceTime video chats. I'd like to see an ad that actually talks about all of that. Or, I'd much rather have the wonderfully sentimental and beautiful new iPhone ad that came out last week.

A bit of a biased view, no?

I love tech. I've had three iPhones (the 3G, 4 and 5) and multiple Android devices (Atrix, HTC One X and the Galaxy S3). I currently have an iPad and the S3 for reference.

First of all, any app that matters, is on both ecosystems. Also, 600,000 may be a smaller number, but get real ..Android is not the other guys (Windows/Blackberry).

Otherwise, most of your rant is Apple blind. iMessage? Yeah, I miss that everyday now that I don't have an iPhone..(sarcasm) FaceTime (hello Skype, which works with practically any device with Internet connectivity.

Android issues mentioned..I'd wager you've never had one to know. Sorta of like the Android folks did about antenna gate with the iPhone 4. I never noticed that either.. So as an dually informed smartphone owner let me give you some facts. Malware comes from side loaded apps (ones you don't download from the Playstore). App closes.. The only device that routinely has problems is my iPad. Safari crashes 5-7 times per week.

Updates..the real reason I dabbled in the other side. FACT- IOS updates turn once great devices in to slow, laggy units. iOS 4 did it to the 3G, iOS 6 did it to the 4. iOS 4 made my 3G nearly unusable. These updates DO NOT improve the functionality of the phone but for one update.

Any Android device update makes the phone better or the device doesn't get the OS bump. But at least the update doesn't make the phone obsolete. Which is better suited to people like my parents that may not upgrade every two years.

Quit whining Scotty. Btw, the most useless feature I've ever had on any device...Siri
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Originally Posted by Jtschultz93 View Post
I love tech. I've had three iPhones (the 3G, 4 and 5) and multiple Android devices (Atrix, HTC One X and the Galaxy S3). I currently have an iPad and the S3 for reference.

 

For reference: no one gives a flying frick. Rules 4 & 5.


Which is better suited to people like my parents that may not upgrade every two years.

 

Yeah, when the phone never receives updates at all, it's easier for simple users in that they don't have to worry about having modern software!


…the most useless feature I've ever had on any device…Siri

 

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Tallest...when you can't discuss the facts, go with frustrated sarcasm. Got ya!
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Originally Posted by Jtschultz93 View Post
Tallest...when you can't discuss the facts, go with frustrated sarcasm. Got ya!

 

When you come to a site to lie about its topics, expect to be called out on it.

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The only Samsung product I own is a Home Theater system. All I'll say is I'll never buy another Samsung product again.

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Fanboy frustration..

Your posts certainly sound like it.

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What's with these fandroid losers in every thread!? Man, these lowlife-forms just keep reproducing...... just when you thought that the waters were safe again after the DaHarders of the world got their asses banned, more show up.

 

I really do feel so badly for them.....

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