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Can you point out instances of other board conservatives being told they're angry when a liberal disagrees with them?

Maybe it's not your politics, but the fact that you post nothing but insults and yelling at people to shut up. You come across as angry. Period.

He is literally on an island by himself here. You don't see anyone defending him. Even the staunchest conservatives don't seem to like him. H***, most of the staunch conservatives probably think that he's a liberal plant that's trying to make their side look bad.

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He is literally on an island by himself here. You don't see anyone defending him. Even the staunchest conservatives don't seem to like him. H***, most of the staunch conservatives probably think that he's a liberal plant that's trying to make their side look bad.

That's been my theory for a while. I know he's a Seahawks fan who started posting in TATF last year, who decided to stick around in ABF for whatever reason. I want to believe he's some effete, latte-sipping hipster giggling at the satire while twirling his mustache as he posts on his Macbook from a Starbucks.

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That's been my theory for a while. I know he's a Seahawks fan who started posting in TATF last year, who decided to stick around in ABF for whatever reason. I want to believe he's some effete, latte-sipping hipster giggling at the satire while twirling his mustache as he posts on his Macbook from a Starbucks.

Hey, I love my Macbook thank you very much.

I also know that he got thrown off the Denver Broncos board after awhile. I've heard others say he's been kicked off of virtually every NFL message board in the league, but I can't confirm that.

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That's been my theory for a while. I know he's a Seahawks fan who started posting in TATF last year, who decided to stick around in ABF for whatever reason. I want to believe he's some effete, latte-sipping hipster giggling at the satire while twirling his mustache as he posts on his Macbook from a Starbucks.

Secretly dreaming of hugging Pelosi for doing such a good job.

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Hey, I love my Macbook thank you very much.

I also know that he got thrown off the Denver Broncos board after awhile. I've heard others say he's been kicked off of virtually every NFL message board in the league, but I can't confirm that.

Ain't nothing wrong with a Macbook. Or lattes for that matter. Or twirlable mustaches- I got my Movember going on.

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MacBooks are the best in the business, but they suck at repairability.

and lattes are dope as well.

I'm a PC dude (except for my iPad, which is mostly used for toilet reading), but every time I use my brother's Macbook Pro I'm impressed with how fast and smooth and intuitive everything is. Definitely some quality ****.

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I'm a PC dude (except for my iPad, which is mostly used for toilet reading), but every time I use my brother's Macbook Pro I'm impressed with how fast and smooth and intuitive everything is. Definitely some quality ****.

Yep, it's not for everyone given how much they charge for those machine. But they're amazing machines nonetheless.

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Custom computer FTW.

Z87X MOBO, I5 4670k CPU, GTX 770 GFX, 8 GBs of RAM, and a 240 GB SSD, with 1 TB of external goodness.

Got a laptop, but I use it for surfing the net and office apps. No need for bundled garage band BS.

Mobility>>>>>> Tower PC. I could never see myself buying a tower PC or mac pro/imac, especially since I do not game. My laptop can do everything I need it to.

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Only liberals own computers!

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Mobility>>>>>> Tower PC. I could never see myself buying a tower PC or mac pro/imac, especially since I do not game. My laptop can do everything I need it to.

The problem with this kind of thinking is that if you can't do it, then you don't know if it is doing everything you want it to. It's actually the Apple motto: if it can't do it, then you don't need it -in an attempt to keep you ignorant of the possibilities. (you won't miss what you don't know about ie: flip phones)

I like the idea that whatever is out there, my desktop PC will be able to handle it. I never know if I'm going to want to do it someday. (ie. CAD, 3D video editing, Call of Duty, Cities XL, etc)

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The problem with this kind of thinking is that if you can't do it, then you don't know if it is doing everything you want it to. It's actually the Apple motto: if it can't do it, then you don't need it -in an attempt to keep you ignorant of the possibilities. (you won't miss what you don't know about ie: flip phones)

I like the idea that whatever is out there, my desktop PC will be able to handle it. I never know if I'm going to want to do it someday. (ie. CAD, 3D video editing, Call of Duty, Cities XL, etc)

You're right that Macs can't do everything. But I don't need my Mac to do everything. I need it to do specific things and to do them well. That's what makes Apple products superior - they do certain things and they do it better than anything else.

Gaming? Not on most Macs. That's a definite drawback for some and I completely understand why serious gamers would not want a Mac. But Macs do graphics and CAD very well if you get the right product (e.g., iMac or high end Macbook Pro).

The Macbook Air is designed for basic computer operations - internet, spreadsheets, word processing, video conferencing, and so forth. And it does those things better than all other computers competing in the same price range. It's also better integrated with other devices - iPhones and iPads - than PC computers.

If you want to do everything, then by all means stick with your PC. But most people don't want to do everything and don't need their laptop computer to do everything. The MacBooks are the better choice for most people.

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The problem with this kind of thinking is that if you can't do it, then you don't know if it is doing everything you want it to. It's actually the Apple motto: if it can't do it, then you don't need it -in an attempt to keep you ignorant of the possibilities. (you won't miss what you don't know about ie: flip phones)

I like the idea that whatever is out there, my desktop PC will be able to handle it. I never know if I'm going to want to do it someday. (ie. CAD, 3D video editing, Call of Duty, Cities XL, etc)

You can install windows on any Intel Mac, so you could still do all those things and leave the crap that is windows when you are done. That sounds like a win to me.

If I was planning on doing any of those, I would not need just a regular desktop. You would need a desktop with pro grade hardware like the Mac Pro. Just because your computer can run the software does not mean it can handle it.

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