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  1.   This is just flatly incorrect. When he says "you don't go back to using a rotary phone", that applies to everything in the sentence that preceded it, not just the bugs case. The distinction he made between bugs and catching fire is between cases when the company fixes the issue vs when the company pulls the product from the market. But BOTH fall under his general category of "you don't go back to using a rotary phone".
  2.   I understand that argument, but the flaw in it is that he specifically called out the Note 7 within his broad category of smartphones. He included it within the "you don't go back to using rotary phone" statement,   His argument included the notion that even if your smartphone catches fire, you don't go back to a rotary phone, meaning he was comparing Obamacare to a phone that catches fire.   And in his own words, "they pull it off the market", which opens up a pretty clear line of attack from critics of the ACA.
  3.   See, this post doesn't make any sense to me. The argument I'm making here is that the media has an immense pro-Hillary bias in both views and behaviour. This is a position that I'm pretty certain you agree with, so for you to say that I'm "trolling" by arguing that position - doesn't make much sense.
  4. Come back for what? I'm just enjoying sitting back and watching the mental gymnastics from the Obama worshippers. It's entertaining.
  5.   [Face_palm]   Why don't you read the post I was responding to?   He called me a dumbass, so I responded to his argument and then in brackets, used the same word that he did ("dumbass") to mock his needless insertion of that attack into his post.
  6.     I think Hannity is awful. I've said so many times. He has utterly embarrassed himself over and over and over again, serving as Trump's surrogate and often even coaching him through interview questions.   But it's important to remember that he's not a reporter; he's a commentator. He's a pundit. If you want to look at conservative reporters, look at someone like Chris Wallace or Bret Baier. They are news reporters and they do an excellent job, something that cannot be said of their CNN equivalents.   And no, the problem isn't merely that the media leans left (dumbass). The problem is that the media is in cahoots with the Hillary campaign, as shown by the troves of Podesta emails covering everyone from Politico to CNN to the NYT.
  7.   Yep.  It's scary how cult-like this board has become.   It's a real shame, too, because it wasn't always like this. It has always leaned left, but it didn't used to function as the Church of Hillary or the Church of the DNC.
  8. It's ironic that all you do on this board is attack Trump and defend Hillary, given that you're the most Trump-like character here - a small, thin-skinned person who is always seeking external validation and throws insult-ridden temper tantrums the second any of your views or beliefs are called into question because you're so insecure in yourself.
  9. ITT Hillary shills refuse to acknowledge how blatantly in the Hillary camp the mainstream media is - no matter how many times it's demonstrated beyond any shadow of a doubt.   It's scary how brainwashed some people are, that they're willing to look at these Podesta emails and not be the least bit troubled by them.
  10. https://twitter.com/jason_howerton/status/789507109868023809     Yet another Podesta email showcasing the Hillary campaign's confidence in how it controls the media.
  11. Is it just me or does 500 man-years not seem like very much at all?   I would assume they've been working on the project for at least 2-3 years. That means the whole team is only 167 to 250 people.    That seems strangely small for the primary project from a $40 billion company. A quick Google search shows that Nintendo has about 5,000 employees. Assuming the 2-3 year estimate, that means only 3-5% of Nintendo's employees worked on this. I understand that Nintendo does a lot of other things, but that still seems really small. 
  12. How the hell did Weird Al manage to throw this together in less than a day?