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#1 Edited by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -

@fruitcocoa: For question number one, I'm fairly sure android updates are kind of vendor specific. i.e there are some differences in the way Kit Kat operates on your HTC than on other android phones. So when a new version of Android comes out you wont necessarily get it right away. That means there won't be 80 bajillion people downloading the OS at the same time as you are, from the same server, and updates should be quite smooth. This is also one of the reasons Android is a very fragmented platform.

DISCLAIMER: I could be wrong here. My knowledge of Android pretty limited.

#2 Posted by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -

Manchester, England.

#3 Posted by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -

Idea: Game where you are playing tetris on your gameboy. You may look away from your gameboy at any point to see a woman or man, depending on your choosing, getting undressed. You cannot see both the sexy, sexy person and the gameboy screen at the same time and if you lose a game of tetris the person puts all their clothes back on. Will you look up to see how naked the sexy, sexy person has become and potentially lose your game and have to start over?

Get on it homie.

#4 Posted by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -

For millions of years, since the outset of time, every single one of your ancestors survived. Every single person on your Mum's and Dad's side successfully looked after and passed onto you life.

What are the chances of that like?

#5 Posted by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -

@bisonhero: It's not like I'm like "Awwww fuck yeah, I get to drive to work today! DRIIIIVIIIING!!!" whenever I get into a car. It's more that driving is an inherently boring activity. You sit down, stare straight ahead and thats about it. Add a manual gearbox to that and you at least have something to do with your hands/something to think about while driving, if that makes sense? I feel like if I didn't have that extra level of complexity my mind would drift and I'd be a dangerous motherfucker to have on the road. I have a short attention span.

#6 Edited by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -

Being from England I have no idea why anyone would ever drive an automatic. That shit is booooring.

#7 Posted by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -

@amafi said:

You know that claiming that anyone who uses that phrase is an asshole is an example of ad hominem in itself yeah? Of course you don't because you're too busy throwing around buzz words.

I see "check yr privilege" on the internet all most as much as I see "ad hominem" and "straw man" these days. Seems like a lot of people on both sides just want to shut down a discussion, instead of actually engaging with it.

Hell of motherfuckers are just lazily regurgitating what they've read somewhere else without actually trying to entertain the fact that everyone has issues with their outlook, and everyone needs to be working on it, regardless of race, gender, sexuality, whatever.

#8 Posted by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -

@polyesterpimp: How is it disturbing that people don't want to willingly give up their person info?

#9 Posted by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -
@crysack said:

if it works properly in Bootcamp.


All Windows software that would run on equivalently spec'd Windows laptop will run the same on a Macbook using Bootcamp. All Bootcamp is is a way to easily install Windows on a Mac and a set of tools for configuring the keyboard, USB ports etc. It's not some layer of extra software that Windows has to run on top of that would cause compatibility issues.

I feel like theres some misconception that a Mac running Windows is different to any other computer running Windows. It isn't. It's the same.

#10 Posted by planetfunksquad (401 posts) -

@president_barackbar:

Not necessarily sad, but I think the lyrics fit pretty well. New journey for the Neversoft staff and all that.