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pscooter63 said:This business will get out of control. It will get out of control, and we'll be lucky to live through it.
equality72521 said:All arguments presuppose taxation as such is moral, of course.
koop said:The same people who think any complex issue can be boiled down with simple anecdotes and catchphrases are predictably demanding a more nuanced look at Ali's life, lest the whole "liberal media" be spinning their moral decay all over this great (white) country.
I'm all for a hardened look at someone's legacy. But I've been on the internet for over half my life and have seen the destructive discourse that has amplified over the past decade, and refuse to believe anyone who insists their critical opinions that conveniently show up when a famous minority dies are based purely on intellectual motives.
nolamacguy said:thewhitefalcon said:It'll be fun when people in 100 years or so look back at our time. They'll probably be furious to see how we squandered our freedom.
As long as apple is still engaged in serious computing and design I really don't care if they produce a rainbow colored IPhone (which they will) and everything PC thing under the sun. Good for the advancement of the ecosystem. You see most white men tolerate this PC stuff quite well.....for various reasons.
the.bear said:ncil49 said:I point it out only because I believe most people see only one side and never look for another
DanielEran said:apple ][ said:I don't like that dictator. Hopefully he gets what's coming to him.
It's quite ironic that the censorship happy dictator, who loves to censor news and the internet is desperately communicating through the internet, using FaceTime.
Obama has of course already spoken out in support of the freedom hating dictator.
The world could use more coups. It's time to throw out the trash.
Screw you for saying anyone in the US is a conservative Saddam Hussein. And Tim Cook better be careful not to turn Apple into Microsoft to bring it sort of on topic.