الجمعة، 27 مايو، 2011

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  • like this without make-up!


  • Franktv415
    Jun 23, 01:25 PM
    Anyone there Waiting in Line????




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  • zac efron 17 again shirtless.


  • xi mezmerize ix
    Feb 19, 05:51 AM
    Mine switches between 2 every half hour. Big difference between last month: 26 switching every 15 minutes.




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  • quot;Zac Efron is my obsession;


  • jrko
    Mar 28, 11:32 PM
    zen.state this appears to be the correct ram for my system as its low spec dual 867 which if my research is good means it need PC2100 266mhz ram. And 4x 512mb is my max of 2Gb. This one is the cheapest I can find new. is that right?

    http://www.clevedons.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=1058&c=01&i=B00006BT1H

    is 2nd hand RAM worth the risk?




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  • Zac Efron


  • JSchroeder80
    Apr 29, 07:36 AM
    As a verizon customer, I didn't run out and get the iPhone for 2 reasons:

    1. I figured the iPhone 5 would be out in June

    2. Verizon isn't as lenient about moving up your New Every Two date as they used to be.




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  • the Forgotten Zac Efron


  • barneygumble
    Jul 26, 06:01 PM
    The cost of this equipment will have to come down substantially before i even think about adopting it, i am not going to pay $50 for a disc and $1500 for burner, a quarter of that and i may be able to stomach it. I have encoded all my DVDs and put them on my mediagate player, when these become cheaper i can actually back them up:o

    p.s I am in australia hence the price points




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  • And of course Zac Efron was


  • groovebuster
    Jul 31, 11:58 PM
    It will be interesting when these new dvd discs cost around $5 for 50GB, then I will jump on it.
    Are you sure? By then you will get at least 1TB hard drives for 100$ (there are already 750GB drives on the market). I still would prefer the hard drive. Faster data access and easier handling...

    groovebuster




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  • Zac Efron


  • vincenz
    Jan 5, 12:25 PM
    A tarantula and a Tripp jacket :D

    Even your jacket looks like a tarantula.




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  • make up is Zac Efron.


  • zacman
    Apr 28, 10:30 AM
    Name 1 Android device with sales figures like the iPhone 4.


    HTC Thunderbolt outsold the iPhone 4 on Verizon.




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  • Apparently Zac Efron#39;s mum


  • techfreak85
    Jan 2, 10:39 AM
    alright! thanks! let us know if you have any problems or issues and we'll try to help you out.

    we just got passed by another team, so we are now #61. and we will get passed again in less than a month. we have got to get more people involved!
    Or current people getting bonus points. I'm busy today, but maybe I could write up something tonight, time permitting.




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  • V#39;s boyfriend Zac Efron is


  • NickDaQuick
    Mar 13, 08:24 PM
    http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/13/ipad-2-jailbroken-no-eta-on-release/#disqus_thread his twitter is here http://twitter.com/#!/comex woot!
    already another thread bout this...my bad folks...delete please




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  • Robert Pattinson, Zac Efron


  • chaoticbear
    May 3, 10:20 AM
    Hopefully those who are not eligible, will be honest and will keep away.

    :rolleyes:

    I actually donated exactly once, as a gay virgin.

    Arrgh! You cited the tamest statistic from the CDC article. Here are the others: 20% of gay men are HIV positive and 44% don't know it.

    THAT is why the question is asked. As a future possible recipient of blood, I'm glad they ask it.




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  • impressed by Zac Efron,


  • mscriv
    Apr 6, 12:49 PM
    Worth quoting, given the back-and-forth that's gone on since this was originally posted.

    Thank you sir. I'm glad you enjoyed the post and appreciate the compliment. :)

    No woman was ever raped because of the kind of clothes she was wearing. Women are raped because people (almost exclusively men) choose to rape them.

    While it is true that people can put themselves at a higher risk through certain activities, for a politician to blame a young girl for her own rape is absolutely disgusting. It's also nauseating and ignorant for politicians to suggest modest dress as a way to prevent rape. Such thinking is completely backward.

    I agree with the notion that people should try to take steps to avoid risk, and that people can greatly reduce personal risk by making safer choices.

    But this nugget of wisdom does not really touch on the substance of the issue arising in the OP, to wit - how much responsiblity does a rape victim carry? Or, to turn the question around, how much of the rape is not the rapist's fault?

    Here's the thing. A woman's choice in dress or action does not mean she is to "blame" for being victimized, but we can not deny that her choice in dress or behavior can be a factor in her chances of being targeted.

    As far as the politician's comments, let's not forget that multiple articles have been written about her quote and she claims to have been misquoted. Regardless of our own personal political views, we must admit that people do get misquoted. Additionally, none of us are above making a error in judgement with our words. Sometimes things don't come out as we intend them or they sound different when they come out of our mouths as opposed to how it sounded in our heads.

    She responded to an email written to her by a blogger (http://www.timesofmalta.com/blogs/view/20110318/tanja-cilia/unjust-justice)with this:

    Thank you for your e-mail. You may want to read the article that appeared in the New York Times. When I read the article my heart went out to the little girl and I was angry that she was brutally assaulted. I was angry that nobody protected her and that she was even allowed to leave with an older boy. In my opinion an 11 year old girl is still a child and as such shouldn't be expected to understand that certain actions or attire are not appropriate for her. I did not indicate that she was raped because she was wearing inappropriate attire. What I did say (which was not reported) was that if her parents don't protect her then all that's left is the school.

    Additionally, the writer who wrote the story quoted by the OP has written two follow up stories on the matter. In the most recent one he states (http://blogs.browardpalmbeach.com/juice/2011/03/11_year_olds_dressed_like_pros.php#):

    But, look -- no matter where Kathleen Passidomo exists on the feminist spectrum, whether she's a closet burqa-wearer or the secret owner of a lucrative chain of abortion clinics -- the fact is, Kathleen Passidomo probably doesn't think this 11-year-old deserved to be gang-raped. How do we know? Because Kathleen Passidomo is a human being, and human beings do not generally feel that justice has been served when children are tortured and brutalized. However regrettable her phrasing, what Passidomo was trying to express is an obvious if unpopular truth: that although a child has every right to safety in any environment she chooses to enter, that right will not be equally protected by all individuals in all environments.

    * bold emphasis mine

    It's also, by the way, fallacious to assume that only young, attractive and/or scantily-clad women are raped.

    Great point. My post was intended to speak on the connection between personal responsibility and possible victimization. There is often a correlation between these variables. My comments in that post and in this one are not directed solely at this one sad case, but towards all types of victimization. If we focus on the topic of rape specifically there are a variety of types of rapes each carrying their own specific factors.

    If your interested my thoughts on post 50 is that it fundamentally misses the point.

    Everyone understands that we live in a world which contains certain dangers which can be mitigated by changing our behaviors.

    That isn't the point of this conversation, were all talking about BLAMING the victim in this case. Just because a victim makes a bad decision does not remove their reasonable expectation of safety.

    I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree. I think your view is very short sighted and continues to be rooted in a morality vacuum as opposed to reality. Sure, we can all agree that the ideal is every person, everywhere, regardless of circumstances should be safe, but the fact of the matter is that we aren't.

    No one is arguing that victims deserve what happens to them or that perpetrators should be any less to blame for the actions they take. However, we must learn to accept that a variety of factors are involved and that even victims can bear a measure of responsibility in putting themselves in situations where they are more likely to be victimized.

    Like I said above there are a variety of types of rape. Let's take the broad category of date rape as an example. The female that chooses to dress and carry herself in a suggestive manner might be sending signals that she does not intend to send and in doing so is making herself more of a target. Add alcohol to the mix and risks go way up. Does this mean the predator who chooses to take advantage in this situation is any less culpable, of course not, but to ignore the risk factors is like burying your head in the sand. Young women need to be taught about risk factors and learn how certain choices can either increase or minimize risk.

    As I have suggested, we cannot really know the answers to these questions without first interviewing (or obtaining transcripts of interviews of) rapists. Most of us on this forum are not rapists (I hope), so making broad inferences on what goes through such a monster's mind is rather pointless.

    Another great point. Guess what, in my experience as a therapist I've worked with rapists and abusers directly. I've done the interviews and talked with these indivduals about "what goes through [their] mind".

    Continuing the line of reasoning I started in my answer to AP_piano295, one young man who had "date raped" more than one female explained to me that at college parties he would target the girls who dressed and acted provocatively in addition to drinking heavily. In his words, "you know, the party girls" His reasoning was that these girls were easy marks and in most cases were less likely to report anything because they would rationalize the experience, if they remembered it, as "having gotten a little out of control or having drank too much" as opposed to having been victimized or raped.

    You see, rape is not always about power. Sometimes it is, but at other times it's about abuse, pain, fear, rage, or just plain sexual desire/conquest.

    One young male offender I worked with was in the system for sexually molesting his younger brother. He was a victim of abuse himself and his motivation for abusing his brother was jealously and anger. He felt his parents loved the younger brother more because he wasn't "damaged" and thus he acted out so his brother would be "just like him".

    I agree, but there's a vast difference between trying to 'minimize risk' and the post below:

    ...If a man sees a woman with a low top, lots of cleavage showing, high skirts and heels, then he will view her as trash.....

    Which acts as a kind of justification.

    Yes and no. While based on my own personal morals/ethics I agree with you that such a line of thinking is ridiculous, I must keep in mind that there are people that do think this way. And, they will use whatever rationalization it takes to both motivate and justify their judgements or actions. In the case of a predator the kind of thinking above could be the initial thought that starts a chain of events which ultimately results in an attack of some kind.

    In this specific gang rape case the victim is a child and thus there is limited capacity for personal responsibility. However, there are a variety of potential factors that ultimately contributed to what occurred: lack of parental supervision, negative peer involvement, possible previous sexually inappropriate behavior, socioeconomic conditions, etc. etc. I don't know the specifics and thus these are just generalizations, but regardless, the perpetrators are solely responsible for their actions and should be held responsible to the fullest extent of the law.

    Please understand, I'm not talking about morals, ideals, and values here (what I've previously referred to as the morality vacuum). I'm talking about understanding the link between personal responsibility and potential victimization. Simply put, while our choices do not make us responsible for any victimization that may befall us, we must recognize that our actions can contribute to the chances of us being targeted for victimization.

    I apologize for the long post, but I wanted to touch on the many comments that had been made and attempt to better explain my position. :)




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  • Morod
    Mar 16, 06:21 PM
    I dunno, but I'm looking at Apogee's JAM and wondering if it's worth $99.

    http://www.apogeedigital.com/products/jam.php




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  • bobbytomorow
    Aug 2, 06:26 PM
    Great cheers! Can't believe I'd never heard of TinkerTool before. Thanks man much appreciated.

    np man

    and yeah tinkertool is fantastic 8^)




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  • Ace 7
    Aug 9, 10:00 AM
    My happy place.

    http://i38.tinypic.com/303jrt2.jpg




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  • adk
    Dec 28, 06:51 PM
    I'm trying to change my Idisk Icon, but I can't find it in candybar under volumes or applications. Any Ideas? I'm on a trial version of .mac right now if that helps.




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  • She looks ok without it.


  • eclipse525
    Nov 1, 06:37 AM
    I really liked this one. I've tried many other apps that gather the Album Cover art for iTunes songs/albums but this is the best by far.

    It's called Clutter (http://www.sprote.com/clutter/).

    Launch Clutter when you have iTunes open. As a song is playing, Clutter automatically looks up the album art. Once found, under the File menu select copy to iTunes and BAM, it's there for the WhOLE album. Sweet.

    One note. If it doesn't find the art, just go under the File menu and choose "Find cover in Amazon". Just type in different variations of the artist or song and i'm sure it'll pop up.


    Enjoy,
    ~e




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  • And because Zac Efron is


  • sherlockaled
    Feb 1, 08:59 PM
    sherlockaled, original wallpaper please ?
    Thank you.
    here you go :)
    http://manicho.deviantart.com/art/Aurora-Reloaded-wallpaper-86270318?q=boost%3Apopular+Aurora+Reloaded&qo=0




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  • Cybernanga
    Nov 3, 07:55 PM
    Cocoa Gestures�

    Single biggest timesaver/hand movement reducer I have ever installed on a computer, period (and I've been using 'em since the before there was a Mac).

    Just curious, what kind of computer were you using before 1984?




    gnasher729
    Apr 27, 06:22 PM
    This easily accessed location data on your phone was already widely known and used by police agencies since last year according to several articles, so you can just imagine what it is like for someone in a police state to have all their locations for the past year easily accessed when they are arrested.

    1. There are reports that police in Michigan grab data from people's mobile phones - however, so far not a single victim of such illegal data grabbing has been found.

    2. In a police state, it doesn't matter what information is on your phone. It doesn't matter where you have been, what matters is where they want you to have been. If they decide that you met person X at time Y at place Z to discuss overthrowing the government, it doesn't make any difference whether you have no iPhone, or an iPhone that shows you were there, or an iPhone that shows you were not there.




    skunk
    May 4, 07:08 PM
    ^ Well put.




    shingi70
    Apr 15, 07:24 AM
    Not necessarily. ACT UP was a very aggressive group in the 80's that used that motto to bring attention to the AIDS crisis. I didn't like them or their tactics much at all at the time either. But you know what? It worked. They definitely served their purpose and are responsible for bringing serious attention to HIV/AIDS. Because you know what? Standing up to bullies like social conservatives works.

    What doesn't work is letting them walk all over you, like they've been doing for decades. I'm talking about people who, no matter what you do, will NEVER respect you unless you stand up to them. Sometimes, violence is the answer. I'm sorry, but that's just a sad truth. It should always be the last resort, but it is the only answer sometimes. If people like this think you'll never fight back, you'll always lose. Because you know why? They think we're evil. They think we're the enemy. They've dehumanized us to such an extent that they think it's OK to beat the crap out of us, take our rights and even try to take our children. Would you sit still for that? They will never see us as even remotely human. And if we sit there and take it, we'll never get anywhere. These are not people you play nice with, because they won't play nice back. They are going out of their way to hurt us. There is no doubt about that.



    Drucifer
    Dec 30, 11:21 AM
    I have a few for $20 each, they are new and unopened, I got 5 for Christmas!!! LOL

    Five for Christmas. :eek: Maybe you should have asked for some other items as well.




    zen.state
    Apr 26, 12:05 PM
    Unfortunately the heat sink/fan has become detached.

    Can I use the MX-2 paste I used on the CPU's?

    Paste is paste when it comes to CPU and GPU at least. Is the heatsink affixed with the standard double posts on opposite corners with springs? If so just be sure not to crush the GPU because you need to use some decent force to get those posts in the holes. Try to only apply downward pressure on the posts themselves and do them one at a time while also being careful not to move it around so you don't mess up the paste.



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