Sunday, June 5, 2011

casey patridge

casey patridge. Audrina Patridge, Casey
  • Audrina Patridge, Casey

  • alukado
    Mar 1, 09:26 PM
    I should probably pre-order it. At least I can get Blue or Black at launch, instead of having to wait. :)

    3DS still worth a shot , Nintendo never let me down . :cool:

    casey patridge. Casey Patridge, Aaron Hershman
  • Casey Patridge, Aaron Hershman

  • wrldwzrd89
    Apr 3, 05:52 PM
    It's useful to add pronunciation to the text for different language speakers, or usually in JP language papers so someone can know how to speak a particular Chinese character.

    It may be obscure but its very useful, especially if it was built in to Cocoa just like spelling...
    I'd LOVE to see Ruby support in TextEdit for Tiger!

    EDIT: Oops, wandering off-topic again...

    Ruby support should definitely be in an update of Pages.

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  • AvSRoCkCO1067
    Aug 14, 03:11 PM
    Nonsense. Apple is selling a lot of computers right now because Jobs Osbourned the entire PowerPC range just over a year ago by announcing the switch to Intel. For each model of Mac, sales were artificially low before the Intel version was launched, and artificially higher after.

    Additionally, people are happer buying Macs if they know they can switch back to Windows if it doesn't work out. One of the major barriers to owning a Mac has been removed by the Intel switch (whatever my misgivings on the subject.)

    It's simply ridiculous to argue that the ads have helped sales. Sales would be much higher now than they would have been six months ago even if Apple had stopped advertising completely. The question is whether they would be even higher if they weren't insulting their target audience. The answer, of course, is yes.

    They sold how many macs last quarter? Over a million, right? How many boot camp downloads have they had....?

    Of course the ads have helped sales - the question is, how much. Are you seriously implying that no advertising WHATSOEVER would increase sales...? :rolleyes:

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  • Sister: Casey Patridge

  • PBF
    May 3, 06:33 PM
    Received one today too. Gotta love Apple's timeliness. :rolleyes:


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  • apple101
    Dec 28, 09:14 AM
    My towns on the list. North Jersey (in Bergen County) town. Awesome.

    How does Apple let AT&T get away with this.

    casey patridge. Casey Patridge @ Black Wave
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  • MacRumors
    Oct 9, 03:02 PM (

    Target has joined Wal-Mart ( in cautioning major movie studies that digital movies could hurt retail DVD sales.

    Target's letter from President Gregg Steinhafel noted that movie studio downloads were less expensive than DVDs, according to the newspaper. The letter also said that if the pricing did not become more equitable, Target would reconsider its investment in the DVD business, the paper said.

    Wal-Mart was recently cited ( as warning Movie Studios that there could be consequences if more movie studies joined in digital movie distribution alongside Disney.

    Disney's Present of Home Entertainment has reportedly met with Target executives to stress that digital distribution remains a small market.


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  • Sun Baked
    Sep 16, 04:00 PM
    Nah, that was for the cheaper is better debate.

    If that were true we would all be buying Daewoo's right now.

    And you'll note I didn't compare them to Mercedes, because I would have purchased the big Daewoo (the one with the Mercedes powertrain) if they imported it for under 20k.

    However the 200MPH Yugo is just plain silly, and could be considered a cheap suicide note.

    I just didn't want to get into the Apple vs. PC debate - because I lack the reality distorting drugs.

    Once again
    Note: the above post has no basis in reality. But for those that have always used Apples, sometimes it's really hard to think like a PC user without drugs.

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  • kingkongrope
    Apr 7, 06:28 AM
    I've never jailbroke a ipod touch before so I don't rely know how to do it.
    I've got myself a ipod touch 32gb 4gen.

    So could some one give me a guide on how to do it, it's running on 4.3.1


    I've just seen I've posted this in Ipad :O
    Could some one move it to the right ipod bit thanks


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  • Sister: Casey Patridge

  • Thomas Veil
    Apr 3, 11:58 AM
    States broke? Maybe they cut taxes too much (

    WASHINGTON — In his new budget proposal, Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich calls for extending a generous 21 percent cut in state income taxes. The measure was originally part of a sweeping 2005 tax overhaul that abolished the state corporate income tax and phased out a business property tax.

    The tax cuts were supposed to stimulate Ohio's economy and create jobs. But that never happened once the economy tanked. Instead, the changes ended up costing Ohio more than $2 billion a year in lost tax revenue; money that would go a long way toward closing the state's $8 billion budget gap for fiscal year 2012.

    "At least half of our current budget problem is a direct result of the tax changes we made in 2005. A lot of people don't want to hear that, but that's the reality. Much of our pain is self-inflicted," said Zach Schiller, research director at Policy Matters Ohio, a liberal government-research group in Cleveland.

    Schiller's lament is by no means unique. Across the country, taxpayers jarred by cuts to government jobs and services are reassessing the risks and costs of a variety of tax reductions, exemptions and credits, and the ideology that drives them. States cut taxes in hopes of spurring economic growth, but in state after state, it hasn't worked...

    In Texas, which faces a $27 billion budget deficit over the next two years, about one-third of the shortage stems from a 2006 property tax reduction that was linked to an underperforming business tax.

    In Louisiana, lawmakers essentially passed the largest tax cut in state history by rolling back an income-tax hike for high earners in 2007 and again in 2008.

    Without those tax reductions, Louisiana wouldn't have had a budget deficit in fiscal year the 2011 deficit would've been 50 percent less and the 2012 deficit of $1.6 billion would be reduced by about one-third, said Edward Ashworth, the director of the Louisiana Budget Project, a watchdog group.

    These and similar budget problems nationwide are symptoms of a larger condition, said Timothy J. Bartik, senior economist at the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research in Kalamazoo, Mich.

    "If state and local taxes were at the same percentage of state personal income as they were 40 years ago, you wouldn't have all these budgetary problems," Bartik said.

    Before California's Proposition 13 triggered a nationwide tax-cut revolt in the late 1970s, state and local taxes accounted for nearly 13 percent of personal income in 1972, Bartik said. By it was 11 percent.

    State corporate income taxes have fallen as well. Once nearly 10 percent of all state tax revenue in the late '70s, they accounted for only 5.4 percent in 2010.

    "It's a dying tax, killed off by thousands of credits, deductions, abatements and incentive packages," according to 2010 congressional testimony by Joseph Henchman, the director of state projects at the Tax Foundation, a conservative tax-research center.

    Even now, as states struggle to provide basic services and ponder job cuts that threaten their economic recovery, at least seven governors in states with budget deficits have called for or enacted large tax reductions, mainly for businesses.

    Five are newly elected Republicans in Florida, Maine, Michigan, New Jersey and Wisconsin. The others are Republican Jan Brewer of Arizona and Democrat Beverly Perdue of North Carolina.

    Their willingness to forgo needed tax revenue is hard to fathom, as states face a collective $125 billion budget shortfall for the coming fiscal year, said Jon Shure, the deputy director of the State Fiscal Project at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a respected liberal research institute in Washington.

    "To be cutting taxes when you're short of revenue is like saying you could run faster if you cut off your foot," Shure said.

    "States have suffered an unprecedented collapse in revenue, and they are at the bottom of a deep hole looking up, and these governors are saying, 'You need a ladder to climb out, but I'm going to give you a shovel instead, so you can dig the hole deeper.' "

    ...After the nation recovered from the 1990-91 recession, 43 states made sizable tax cuts from 1994 to 2001 as the economy surged. Twenty-eight states, in fact, reduced their unemployment insurance payroll taxes after 1995.

    But states that cut taxes the most ended up with the largest budget shortfalls and higher job losses when the economy slowed again in according to research by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.I think this is roughly as surprising as Charlie Sheen's tour bombing.

    Of course, it would fall to one of the smaller media companies to report that not everything is about cutting expenses, that maybe it's a revenue problem as well, if not more so.

    Whether you believe that tax cuts are part of a plan to attack public workers and privatize state functions, or just an unrealistic ideological belief, the fact is if you're not talking about right-sizing your state's taxation level, you're not serious about reducing the deficit.

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  • Macaholic G5
    May 26, 10:50 AM
    Excellent job my good man! Thanks for the Fidget (folding widget)! Now for all those Panther lackeys, you in fact CAN run widgets if you are at version 10.3.9. Check out Amnesty Widget Browser ( You don't get the cool dashboard effect, but you can play with widgets. Fold if ya got 'em!


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  • ArtOfWarfare
    Nov 17, 04:36 PM
    Does he at least put them on for you or do you just get a kit and have to do it yourself?

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  • yayitsezekiel
    Apr 28, 11:33 PM
    No way in crap would I pay a crap tax like that. Why don't we tax the people in office for every time they come up with a crap decision like this? Not only would our Natl. Debt be gone, we'd be in a surplus!!


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  • D'Illusion
    Jan 16, 09:36 AM
    In the UK where customers of the like of O2 (me) have more chance of getting a w##k off the Pope than a decent data signal without resorting to standing up a ladder and waving their phone in the air, this is a definate no win app.

    Depends. If you're a little choir boy then you might arouse the Pope's interest.

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  • Waybo
    Mar 4, 10:27 PM
    I saw some of the difficulties in cropping this, and wondered if an oval crop would help. Once I started playing with it, then I started really seeing the ovals/circles: chips, cups, table, his hat, her glasses, tomatoes. And I saw the rectangles: floor tiles, trays, paper dishes. More contrasts! After experimenting with the oval crop, it felt right to put this within a rectangle frame --another contrast, and it makes me feel more like I'm sneaking a peek at this couple, as Keleko did when shooting this pict.

    What do you think?

    (Keleko: I saw some of your other flickr photos from this day. Some good candidates for the Surrealism contest!)

    I'll say this much: the challenges and the weekly contests are making me think about ... and see ... things differently!!! Thank you, all! (I think! Photos I loved a few weeks ago now look like garbage!)



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  • Earendil
    Dec 1, 09:54 AM
    So a 17 year old can do it but a gigantic company with $50 billion lying there can't. Seems logical to me. :rolleyes:

    Wake up Steve. Seriously.

    Think that one through, would you please?
    Apple has much higher standards of quality than a 17 y.o. kid in NY. Apple has a reputation for not selling cheap/broken/imperfect shiet. Not only does Apple have that reputation, I bet you it is written down.

    So yeah, it seems perfectly logical. For $50 I'll take a can of spray paint to your iphone. Now I can do it cheaper than a 50 billion dollar company, and some kid in NY! I must be amazing!

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  • andrewheard
    Feb 19, 12:42 PM
    I've always been a muscular jock, guess that means I use steroids? ;)

    There's no other explanation. I work out practically all day moving my mouse and pressing keys on my keyboard but don't have these muscles you speak of. ;)


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  • revelated
    Apr 12, 09:12 PM
    So what's fixed?
    To me, in Office nothing seemed broken.

    In a LOT of people's mind, it's broken until they put support for Exchange 2003/WebDAV back in.

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  • MacBandit
    Sep 13, 10:34 AM
    What you need to realize is there are very few people out there that are actually complaining about there machine not being fast enough. Most people just use there computer for email these are the people that will replace there PC in 3 or 4 years not because it's to slow but because it's dead. Apples market share is not as dependent on the Mhz as one would think. The people that really desire the speed at least most of them know the difference between Mhz and overall system speed. Trust me on this one I have several friends with PC's well exceeding 2Ghz and when they came over and watched me using my new Dual Ghz/DDR there jaws hit the floor and they said in unison that they had to have one. We need to quit complaining about the could have beens and the maybes and help sell the awesome computers that we have right now. The more we b*tch about how slow these computers are the more newbies and pc people will pick up on this and not knowing what they're talking about believe it.

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  • chickenninja
    Apr 6, 10:07 AM
    its real, trust me ;)

    Apr 5, 10:42 AM
    The button for the MacBook trackpad is on the bottom. Most of the trackpad clicks, but not the top. ;)

    Jan 2, 11:03 PM
    The 400K drives do commonly suffer from hardening lubricating grease. Sliding surfaces also get caked up with dust.

    Stripping the eject mechanism, cleaning it and re-greasing it will usually solve the problem if that is ALL that's wrong with it.


    EDIT: here is a good starting point.
    Yes, it's for a Lisa drive but they are essentially the same mechanically.

    Apr 9, 07:47 AM
    Have the idiots said why exactly they want to kill Planned Parenthood? Is it because they claim most of Planned Parenthood's budget goes towards abortion, (which is not true)? I was watching Bill Mahr last night and the conservative on his panel said that originally the Tea Bagger movement claimed to be about money, budget issues, taxes. But the PP show down over the federal budget shows that they also have a social agenda.

    If they are truly worried about paying for welfare, you'd think they'd be thrilled if the low income families were popping out less babies by means of contraception...

    Apr 12, 01:21 PM
    No matter how much you polish a turd, it's still a turd.
    Unless you're Mythbusters

    Oct 20, 05:28 PM
    Evening from the Welshman!

    Looks as though I'll be at the Regent Street store to pick up my copy of leopard and a free T Shirt. I'll also be at MacExpo for the day so if anyone wants to meet up let me know.


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