qWSJ=8BApple= has the right Business Model 2843
WSJ—Apple has the right Business Model &A#JD1Tg!d8
I have to say that this particular bickering session is the most ridiculous yet. Look at the thread stream quoted down below. Meanwhile discussion of the actual subject of this thread has disappeared. Perhaps that...
On Fri, 12 May 2006 19:14:46 -0500, Jim Polaski
VISTA and OS X are not the same. 2845
Jim Polaski And what the hell do you think Tiger is? Tiger is OSX SP5. It's not like the core underpinnings of OSX changed since 10.0 (though 10.3 was a larger change...
Not true at all. Most Maccies use a Mac to provide the boost to the ego that I've already dicussed. They then latch on to differences and declare them paramount in their choice. But if that were true there wouldn't be all of the emotionally dysfunctional behavior on the Maccies' part.
And jimmiejimbob the liar launches another full frontal strawman attack. I've never taunted anybody for making a logical choice. Who I taunt are the emotionally dysfunctional who proclaim themselves better than everyone else becaue of the mbutt produced Consumer Debt goods that they've chosen. Its not a particually subtle distinction but I strongly suspect that you will miss it.
VISTA and OS X are not the same. 2846
Early hype for Longhorn promised a zillion cool features plus a new graphical look. Lately the news has been about...
My choice is different becuse its based on logic not emotional need.
Not someone who's more interested in launching wave after wave of strawman buttaults than he is in paying attention to what he's replyingto anyway.
You can always tell when a Maccie has lost.He quits talking about computers and reaches for something else - hand tools and cars being the most popular.
LOL! None of what you're tslking sout even remotely applies to computers.
You had already proven my point. There was no need to drive it home.
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