“Ca me consterne, cette obstination des journalistes a vouloir voir une contradiction entre ce que dit Hollande et ce qu'a dit Royal: Hollande dit "Ce ne sera pas ma premiere mesure", Royal a dit "Ce n'est pas notre priorite"”
EAMS on Apr 25, 2012 at 06:05:47
“Royal a raison , ce sera la première priorité de hollande , comme ci il n'y avait rien de plus urgent à traiter , mais il sait qu'en disant cela il va se ramasser les voix des cités et des communistes , il est prêt à vendre la france , avec un petit f ,”
phjfry on Apr 25, 2012 at 05:39:42
“Oui pourquoi font-ils ça tous ces journalistes "de gauche" ? (vu que les média sont à gauche comme on nous le serine tout le temps)”
“Exactly my thoughts. A 13 years old doesn't need an iPhone. In some circumstances, it may be good that kids have an old-fashion "dumb" cellphone that only does calls and texts, in order to be contactable by the parents (but considering that the kid is not allowed to bring it to school, that's not the goal here).
An iPod Touch makes more sense, economically.”
janex on Jan 3, 2013 at 05:49:43
“I just don't see the point. That is a lot of money on a cellphone contract (probably with an unlimited data plan) that is being spent on monthly basis.
She sure is not teaching him financial responsibility.”
“True. It's a widespread problem in Silicone Valley, I recently read an article indicating that tech companies are a distinctly hostile environment for women and minorities. As a leading company, Apple should give a particular attention to that.
At least Tim Cook is reportedly representing the LGBT community but that's private stuff.”
JohnSawyer on Oct 8, 2011 at 02:02:16
“Silicone Valley is where the actresses for Russ Meyer's "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls" came from.”
who38 on Oct 7, 2011 at 23:42:10
“I thought that Silicone Valley companies recruited heavily in India; no?”
“Could you provide factual evidence backing your judgment that Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz is "vicious"?
She's passionate, outspoken and quite straightforward, sure but she's a very decent and well-behaved politician, quite appreciated by her constituents.”
Miamiman on Jan 12, 2011 at 10:04:17
“constituent here...I have met her on several occasions and she does speak at people not to them. A little rude also. If someone has a different view on a topic, she make them feel stupid by rolling her eyes and laughing. Just because someone is part of your political party does not mean they can't be an as s hole.....”
Michael MacEachern on Jan 12, 2011 at 09:57:38
“I moved in with my girlfriend a few months ago and while I love everything about her, one thing that is a huge point of contention is that I no longer have Debbie as my Representative. Who do I have now? ... Allen West ... talk about a change!”
AlphaDoc on Jan 12, 2011 at 06:58:55
“>quite appreciated by her constituents. <
And others. :)”
marshhen on Jan 12, 2011 at 06:52:05
“I find her to be an "elitist"' she speaks at you, rather than a listener”
“It doesn't take that kind of confrontational, revolutionary-like movement.
Actually the Obama-campaign 2008 showed the way: a massive involvement of average Americans in funding progressive candidates to counter the big money flowing into the RNC treasure-chest.
The problem is that progressive-minded Americans were apathetic during the mid-term election cycle even in terms of turn-out, let alone funding the candidates.”
“Google is getting some heat from the European Commission for this very reason: it appears that for some - probably - financial reasons, Google voluntarily "forgets" some results and pushes forward some others.”
“Say you open a mart, aren't you going to pick which products to offer and display? Of course yes. If you decide to have some Coca Cola but no Pepsi, nobody can blame you. People who want Pepsi will just go somewhere else and the world keeps on going round.
That's just what Apple does with the App Store. Whiners can keep on whining.”
JasonMcl on Sep 10, 2010 at 07:19:37
“Say you open a mart but nobody who shops with you can shop anywhere else?
You sure make a lot of money that way....”
microsoap on Sep 10, 2010 at 03:12:22
“Steven H. Jobs-Christ approve that message, did he? Fanboy statement enough, so he must have.
Enjoy your infamous Walled Garden.”
jorgearturo on Sep 10, 2010 at 02:34:04
“Yes you can choose what to sell in your market, but if you have a monopoly and people don't have a choice, is that fair for the customers, I agree with apple's choice to sell only aproved apps, but lets people chose to buy not aproved apps somewhere else, is a risk they (the users) can asume.”
tungsak on Sep 10, 2010 at 02:26:06
“Say you open a car dealer, and you limit your customers' choice of gas to only Exxon Mobil. That's fair?”