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Very tempted now that I have no need of the dual SIM feature in my OnePlus 2.
Drivel as usual Sexpest! If they had flown anywhere near the wall they would have been shot down by the Femi-nazi storm-troop battalions of the UN.
Also with my insider knowledge of these things, the walls have been disfigured by the anarchist, hacker collective suicide graffiti squads that periodically flood out from the Asian slave camps, a diaspora of cast aside electronic & clothing workers, (ruined for fine motor-control work by years of amphetamine and MDMA additives in their rations for increased production, but capable of great works of reckless Art), arriving in baroque barges crafted from returned Nike trainers, with vast jamming arrays of wire hangers and pirated Apple/Samsung-ware, to get them through the shoals of mind-slaved dolphin torpedoes.
Any pristine white edifices you have photos of, are probably Gypsum crystal ether-wave transmitters, used for mind control.
How about that for merit, Frankie boy?
... substances which their opponents do not use.
-Hack Hilary Clinton's Emails
-Release them under the pretence that it was the Russians wot did it.
-Help Donald Trump get elected
-Try to link Trump with the hack
I'm not sure what the CIA's plan was supposed to be here...
I have a Dell XPS 13 9343 that was issued to me by work. It has decent specs (i7/8GB RAM/256GB SSD), and came loaded with Windows 10. I primarily use my MacBook for everything, at-home work included, so the XPS has sat collecting dust for months. The only time it really got any use was a couple days last month when I bricked my MacBook Air. After I got my 13" Retina Pro to replace my dead Air, the XPS went back on the shelf. I decided to at least reload Win10 on it because it still had the OEM image. But, I hate Windows 10. A lot. Come to find out that this particular model also has a developer version which was built around Ubuntu, and most of my version's internals are the same. Ubuntu is not my favorite distro, but for what I would use this laptop for, it was way better than Windows 10. I threw 15.10 on a bootable USB drive and had a clean install going in less than 15 min. Nearly everything worked flawlessly and smoothly from the start, even the touchscreen and trackpad multi-touch. I had some issues with Bluetooth, but ended up just extracting a cab file, converting it to a hcd, and copying it to the proper firmware directory; issue solved. Anyway, it has been a very enjoyable experience thus far. I think I may replace my primary work computer with it and give it a go. Anyway, if you have a XPS 13 and don't like, want, or need Windows, I recommend Ubuntu for a good Linux experience.
No, Parsifal, I am not putting OpenBSD on it. I already have a laptop for that specific purpose.
Don't go Android. If "the software is shit" is your reason for not using Apple, Android will only disappoint you.
This looks interesting: https://jolla.com/jolla
I haven't used one and only first heard about it yesterday, so I can't personally vouch for it. But it looks interesting. Seems to be all out of stock at the moment, and only ships to European countries when it's not, but you could probably get a European FESer to forward it on.
The Jolla has been out of stock for months. I wanted to buy one a long time ago, but unless you got in early, seems there was no chance. The Sailfish OS looked interesting and had me excited until I realized I can't buy one.
Do FE believe in atmospheric pressure?
But wouldn't it be "atmoplanic pressure" on a flat earth ?
Do FE believe in atmospheric pressure?
On the FAQ it states that Gravity does not exist and that things simply fall down. It also states that in the sun is an object in the sky. These simply don't add up so how do celestial objects not fall on the earth? On top of this is the matter that meteorite craters are supposedly man made, sorry if my questions seem illogical, but how do you suppose extinction occurred and do you believe that we actually have atmospheric layers or that the sky seems to go upwards forever?
These questions gets asked again... And again..... And again..... And again. Nobody wants to take the time to answer them everytime.
I understand how repetitive things can get. But if no ones even takes the time to answer them, how does that effect other's views on TFES. It only reinforces the stereotype that TFES dodges questions and constantly redirects questioners to other sources, as if only reading the material once will undoubtedly convince anyone, I know I wasn't. It makes you guys look lazy and I doubt that's the impression that you as a community want to give.
I have repeated the same fact about the real earth several times.
Why can't TFES do the same ?
How about doing the old ship and horizon thing again ?
If you look at this from a reality viewpoint, the flat earth wiki and the whole flat earth idea is inconvincing.
The earth is obviously flat, and a planar surface must have an edge, so where is the edge? If I were to jump off of it, where would I go? Is gravity real? If gravity is real then how do airplanes fly? Is space real? Please explain.