Ramon Rego M.D.
Outdated. Just awful.
Outdated. Just awful.
Derp derp Mac.
is true, this is pretty immature, but they do make a point. im not saying all apple users are ignorant but i can honestly say a fair share of them are. especially when it comes to things that dont involve themselves.
ive seen both sides and i prefer a PC over a MAC.
love your stumble !!!
You babies are so easily trolled.
And the haters keep hating... I am not one to bandy about such trendy terms as "douchebag," but I find I am hard pressed to conjure a more suitable description. Seriously, get over it. Don't buy one. I didn't. And yet I find no need to use this fact to suggest my superiority. I don't use an iPhone. I design on a Macbook. I drive a Toyota. I eat brand name Trix. Like everyone else, I choose the products I buy based on my own personal needs and desires, not some universal code of commercial morality.
he is a twit, buy a razor sir.
Really, the apple craze is truly ridiculous.
I was reading an article where some big apple exec was arguing that google entering the phone business was because "Make no mistake, they're trying to kill the iPhone. We won't let them."
lol Ever heard of competition? People who think like this are really ridiculous. I believe the Apple craze is really the first time that brand/label/status/class was used as a marketing ploy for computers. It happens fast in fashion and cars and everything that's purpose is partially to "look cool" or reflect on the attractiveness of the owner. But this is a phone, and computers, who needs a sexy computer? When did computers start becoming worn instead of used?
not funny. i regret that my stumbling on smosh's site gave them an extra page view. however, this resounding THUMBS DOWN is somewhat fulfilling.
Almost as worse as the Apple fanboys are the Apple haters.
Thumbs up for the flaming in the SU comments.
Its good but i dont use Apple
I don't really like Apple, but this only makes one or two valid points and is idiot for the rest of it. If you're going to say the iPad is crap, do something more adult than making fun of the name.
What's next? An iCondom?
I sort of understand this. When I hear (mainly Americans) refer to the paper or cloth wipe folded under your cutlery at a restaurant as "napkin" I cringe. In Canada, a napkin is known as feminine protection. The word we generally use in anglophone Canada is "serviette."
I don't seem to remember that Microsoft went through this when they introduced the "Thinkpad" a generation ago.