Popular Post

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

wiz khalifa haircut mohawk

wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. david beckham 2011 haircut.
  • david beckham 2011 haircut.

  • ssdeg7
    May 3, 08:41 PM
    I would choose a Trackpad over a Mouse

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. Cristiano Ronaldo new haircut
  • Cristiano Ronaldo new haircut

  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 20, 10:21 PM
    At least try to make rational arguments about the topic at hand. "Apple ripped off the Beatles" and "People here claim Steve Jobs is God" are just annoyingly feeble attempts to add a contrarian view.

    But Apple did copy the Beatles and the Beatles sued them multiple times. Why is that statement irrational? What's good for the goose should be good for the gander, no? And as an aside, I think that Apple makes some very nice products.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. Nice frohawk Wiz.
  • Nice frohawk Wiz.

  • dime21
    Apr 20, 08:12 AM
    So, you're against personal responsibility then?
    most leftists usually are. government programs and pointless legislation have taken the place of personal responsibility, at least in their eyes. :rolleyes:

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. Days ago wiz khalifa just do
  • Days ago wiz khalifa just do

  • rjohnstone
    Apr 28, 03:27 PM
    That much money selling expensive toys. :eek:

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. rihanna-mohawk-haircut-03
  • rihanna-mohawk-haircut-03

  • DeSnousa
    Sep 4, 07:10 PM
    I believe this media player will simply be a better iPod with better integration to your television, via possibly a nice dock. It makes sense, it's keeps the iPod in the forefront which would enable the market to grow because most will buy it for the music, but seeing it can attach to the t.v... :)

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. mohawk and get mani-pedis?
  • mohawk and get mani-pedis?

  • scottsjack
    Apr 30, 07:58 PM
    It cracks me up reading posts that stress how something is dead and done for it or that something will never happen. Some posters seem to put so much effort trying to promote how BluRay (which they most likely don't personally use) is dead or that Thunderbolt (a brand new technology just barely getting off the ground) can't be any good because no one is using it.

    Maybe doom and gloom is just empowering for some folks. It seems short sighted to me.

    Based on my daughter's C2D iMac 21.5 I'm expecting the news ones to be pretty spectacular in spite of the shiny screen that kept me from wanting one.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. now *side eye* his mohawk,
  • now *side eye* his mohawk,

  • JobsRules
    Oct 27, 09:37 AM
    I was there yesterday, and all Greenpeace did was hand out leaflets at the entrance to people entering the Expo at the Olympia. Hardly the actions of a "militant eco-group". I honestly didn't see them do anything else out of the ordinary, especially compared to other stand-holders who also roamed freely around the exhibition giving out leaflets etc.

    I saw them in the pub across the road in the afternoon, and they looked they were having a hasty meeting about what had transpired. One would assume that "chucking them out" is only going to have an adverse effect on the publicity Apple receives about its attitude to "green issues" (although in this instance it wasn't Apple themselves that had Greenpeace removed, instead it was the MacExpo organisers).

    Its a real shame, as they weren't doing any real harm, I think they have probably been harshly treated in this instance!

    Exactly. There was no violence, no rowdiness. This is how the current mindf*cks work. People hear that a group or activist with views counter to the needs of govenrment and big business and their heads immediately fills with images of extreme millitancy. As I said - they handed out leaflets. That's it.

    It's the same when the intelligence services and police stage 'terror raids' on houses where the inhabitants have no connection to terror. People immediately think 'Ahh, they've got those terrorist scum...' When the suspects are released without charge no one asks how zero evidence can possibly lead to an armed raid.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. and free Mohawk haircuts,
  • and free Mohawk haircuts,

  • Northgrove
    Apr 19, 07:52 AM
    Samsung running Android look very very similar to Apple's, to the point where it causes confusion in the marketplace for consumers. I've seen several people mistake one of these things for an iPhone because they look that similar. It's a combination of Google's Android and Samsung's hardware.

    This confusion is no accident, that was the intent all along. There is no reason why they could not create their own look and feel... change it up enough so it's not an obvious copy. Other handset makers have been able to do that.

    I agree. Sometimes I think this kind of lawsuits are a stretch and a bit silly, but not this time. When there's confusion even to me as a geek after a quick glance on these smarthpones, I have to agree that it's gone too far. It's obvious that Samsung is simply mimicking Apple at this point to ride on their popularity wave, and thus leeching off their profits. That just can't be right.

    I've seen other comments in this thread, comments saying that iPhone UI's haven't changed the last four years, so Apple aren't actually renewing themselves. This is however completely besides the point -- no company has an obligation to do so, especially when the UI is part of their brand and image, like in Apple's case. Then it's counterproductive to change UI drastically bi-yearly. Their patents are invalidated even if they don't renew themselves.

    I like how the iPhone revolutionized the idea with apps and app markets, and still maintaining ease-of-use, but I had really assumed that major competitors like Samsung would be able to keep competing while not starting their carbon copiers. Yes -- there are many undiscovered ways of building a smartphone, especially in terms of the software which I imagine is what Apple is getting at here.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. short hair mohawk girl.
  • short hair mohawk girl.

  • afields
    Sep 14, 01:15 AM
    gahhhhh.....these iphone rumors are driving me crazy....with anticipation. When is the gonna finally happen? Hopefully before the end of the year.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. right now turbanator,
  • right now turbanator,

  • iApples
    Apr 4, 12:28 PM
    Anybody responsible for guarding should have a gun. If the person isn't qualified to carry a gun, they he/she isn't qualified to guard anything and shouldn't be a guard.

    When you're exchanging gunfire with a criminal, the main goal is not to wound; it is to remove the threat to your life completely. Let's say the guard shoots the guy in the arm, the guy's going to be so pumped up on adrenaline that he's not going to even know he's shot, giving him plenty of opportunity to take another shot.

    Ask yourself this: If it were your life he was guarding, what would you want the guard to do?

    Well said.

    I don't feel bad for criminals... I rather see him die than an innocent bystander that was just visiting the Apple store.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. Trendy Punk Girls Hairstyles
  • Trendy Punk Girls Hairstyles

  • Tha Professor
    Apr 22, 04:41 AM
    I don't even know why am I so excited about this since I always have my iPod classic with me.

    Even though it would be awesome if iPhone had an external-cloud based space of 160 GB to substitute my loaded gem. That could seriously break the need for 256 GB SSDs in iPhones for us audiovores...

    Now only if all my music would be on iTunes Store too....

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. Anyway Wiz will be on Late
  • Anyway Wiz will be on Late

  • EagerDragon
    Aug 23, 05:30 PM
    Before this set of law suits between creative and Apple, Creative had a leg in the cript. Now the 100 million will probably save the company.

    It is likely that someone screwed up and delayed in applying for a patent, as such, :eek: Creative got there first. Maybe that is why Steve sounded pissed.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. Photo Op: Wiz Khalifa#39;s New
  • Photo Op: Wiz Khalifa#39;s New

  • r1ch4rd
    Apr 25, 06:25 AM
    We don`t allow children to drive in the UK.
    Think there`s a reason for that...

    My brother is 17 and learning to drive. It scares me what he will be like on the road! Good job he lives a long way away :D

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. rihanna-mohawk-haircut-04
  • rihanna-mohawk-haircut-04

  • j-traxx
    Apr 4, 12:36 PM
    bleeding hearts of the world!!! UNITE!!! lol!


    i have no sympathy to people that have obviously no respect for human life. they brought loaded weapons to use them if needed with lethal consequence. now they got wiped out. Good. i hope they screamed as they went into the wall with their friend's mind on their clothing. they made memories.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. with a new Mohawk haircut.
  • with a new Mohawk haircut.

  • bigmc6000
    Mar 23, 05:33 PM
    I don't know how much support I'm going to get for this but are we seriously going to sit around and blame only the drunk drivers for this? I mean, really. Our entire society aggrandizes the idea of having a beer and bars/restaurants go out of their way to make drinks that have gratuitous amounts of alcohol but don't taste like it and we're going to sit around and solely blame the person.

    WTH is the accountability to bars? They say a bar can't serve you if you're drunk - mmhmm. I will guarantee you that the bar down the street only cares if you're too drunk to stand, they couldn't care less if you're above .08%. If people cared more about preventing DD and less about just trying to catch people who gave in to the temptation of alcohol we'd have a "taxi-tax." Each drink sold has a 5 cent tax - every bar in the area has to require people to blow before they leave and if they are above .08 they have 2 options - take a cab home (paid for by the taxi-tax) or sit around, drink water and wait until it's low enough for you to drive. I've been to a fair number of bars and I've had enough where I had to have a friend drive and I will tell you that not once in my entire adult life would I have given a crap if they charged me 5 cents more per drink. Even if it had to be 10 cents more per drink I'd be fine with that as well.

    As I said, if this was about safety and not just trying to get people, put them in jail and take their money they'd do that but instead they do this, help the state budget but leave millions of lives at risk every single day...

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. in a mohawk style
  • in a mohawk style

  • munkery
    Mar 3, 05:40 PM
    This is the downside of "Open Source". I have both Android & iP4. I have to watch what I install on my Android but not with my iP4 (The plus side to "Closed Walled Garden".

    It has nothing to do with open source. Most of Mac OS X and iOS is open source (http://developer.apple.com/opensource/index.html). Open source projects tend to have much better security records than closed source projects.

    The issue is that the Android Market is an open market. Google does not audit the items prior to their inclusion in the Android Market. If Google curated the Android Market, it would be just as secure as the iOS app store.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. Trendy Short Mohawk Hairstyle
  • Trendy Short Mohawk Hairstyle

  • torbjoern
    Apr 25, 02:50 AM
    conditional love. AKA the love of a spoiled brat.

    And it's worth... ****-all...

    Am I the only one that thinks this kid is completely FOS? He's that guy who has to torment everyone and lie about how smart and rich he is to make himself feel better about his shallow, lonely, crappy life. Typical internet tough guy.

    Dude, good luck at "Harvard". You wouldn't last 10 minutes.

    You certainly ain't the only one. Obvious troll is obvious.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. Wiz+khalifa+hair+streak
  • Wiz+khalifa+hair+streak

  • brentsg
    Apr 4, 12:11 PM
    OMG.. I'm with Felt. "Security Guards" shouldn't carry guns, and if they do there should be training and good sense that goes into using it. Shooting the suspects in the head is criminal.

    Having been about 5 feet from an armed robbery, mid-day in a popular mall where I live.. I say it's justified.

    I don't care if it's noon or 6:45AM, people who decide to carry (and use) guns to commit a crime deserve what they get.

    wiz khalifa haircut mohawk. with her Mohawk haircut.
  • with her Mohawk haircut.

  • daneoni
    Apr 25, 01:00 PM
    Hilarious to all those people who jumped on the THUNDERBOLT bandwagon. No thunderbolt devices yet and they have the hideous old case design.


    Erm...i'm guessing they bought it for Quad-Core/AMD 6750 rather than Thunderbolt. Also really? hideous?

    Feb 23, 12:59 PM
    It makes sense. iProducts are increasingly becoming ubiquitous, therefore they will become more profitable for malware developers to attack. It's not a McAfee sales pitch so much as it's stating the obvious. Same with Android.

    I agree, but at the same time Both Apple and Android use a Unix based OS. Unix based OS's are what run the internet (linux mainly). Their operating systems will be strong security wise by default. Because Unix is an open system, security holes are found and can be easily patched in the open source community, Apple and Android both benefit from using Unix based operating systems, because Unix based systems are also responsible for holding up the fundamental infrastructure of what we call the internet.

    Also, android has free anti-virus scanners available in there market. Apple may have some too. I think mcafee is just trying to sell product, but if I was them i would want to sell my product to EVERY person who had Android or iOS based phone, simply because that is a VERY large user base.

    Apr 20, 09:50 AM
    Is the Program to read it Mac only or is there a PC version??


    Mar 24, 09:01 AM
    I don't get peoples fascination with thunderbolt. Besides that it is new, it is pretty much useless right now. I agree that it is a cool port once they come out with the suitable accessories .. but til then, I couldn't care less.

    The one thing I would like to see is the thunderbolt mag safe adapter as basically a one plug docking station .. not sure that is ever going to see the daylight though.


    Apr 20, 08:40 AM
    Well, the right has gotten what it wants. Low wages, no benefits, non-union jobs.

    What next? Reintroduction of slavery?
    Always makes me lol to see someone attribute slavery to the "right". The mysteries of 7th grade history class, revealed for you:

    "The Republican Presidential Candidate Abraham Lincoln thought no price was too great for the abolition of slavery and the creation of a society in which a man was not judged by the color of his skin."

    "The Democratic Party Platform presented a plan of "Compromise with the South", which ... would be to agree to make permanent the institution of slavery in exchange for an end to the Civil War and restoration of the Union. In other words, the Democratic party was ready to "Sell Out" the enslaved, in order to stop further loss of white lives."


    "an exclusively partisan Democratic organization in the South" ... "the southern Klan remained Democratic, closely allied with Democratic police, sheriffs, and other functionaries of local government. With continuing disfranchisement of most African Americans and many poor whites, the only political activity took place within the Democratic Party."


    Number 41
    Mar 23, 05:06 PM
    Stupidity on MacRumors and in the federal government, as usual.

    The only reason OVI / DUI / DWI checkpoints are legal under the US Constitution and your local state Constitution is because the locations are made public in advance. Your local newspaper (or some other paper of general circulation) will publish the locations a day or so in advance of the police operating the checkpoint. This is what allows the police to pull your car over and detain you despite lacking any probable cause to believe you are drunk. Without that notice (where you are considered to have consented to the stop by driving through the checkpoint), any stopping of your vehicle without probable cause is unlawful and renders any evidence located (such as your breath test or SFSTs) inadmissible in court.

    Removing this app is tantamount to the federal government telling private citizens they don't have a right to know where checkpoints are located -- and that knowledge is the only reason checkpoints are legal.

    The Senators are stepping in it on this one, and probably not a one of them has anyone on their staff who has ever spent time in a municipal court dealing with a drunk driving case.

    No comments:

    Post a Comment