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Apple Mocks Samsung In Court-Ordered Ad
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NateS
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NateS,
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10/29/2012 | 10:56:50 PM
re: Apple Mocks Samsung In Court-Ordered Ad
Studies have indicated that the mental health profession has some pretty fascinating conclusions as to why non-Apple purchasers are so troubled and feel so threatened by the millions of people who do love and purchase Apple products. Why drives these people to constantly froth at the mouth over products they don't buy and are not compelled to use? Since no one is forcing or attempting to persuade Apple haters to buy Apple products, it turns out that it is a marker of a more serious mental health issue on the part of the haters, and that their rage is not limited to Apple products and users, but to a general sense of malcontent about the world at large. For example, in adolescence, they are frequently the ones who find it necessary to comment negatively on their friends' choices of dates or sweethearts, spouting forth unsolicited negative comments and ridicule. This behavior continues on into adulthood, and manifests itself in many other ways as well. They are the "grumblers" and proud of it, struggling to maintain a false sense of superiority and condescension, to salve their inner sense of inadequacy.
jabberwolf
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jabberwolf,
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10/29/2012 | 6:47:10 PM
re: Apple Mocks Samsung In Court-Ordered Ad
Nice attempt to compare Jules Verne should sue the inventors of the submarine.
Its more like the Chinese stealing information from a downed plan to make copy cat products.
Ironically ( and this irony is comical concerning Apple) that the Chinese are now copycat-ing Apple who copy cat-ed others... and got sheep like you to think they built "ideas others had" from scratch.

People didnt just have ideas, they had products and OSes that did the same thing Apple did.
In fact Apple couldnt even keep their OS alive, they needed to steal/base it off of Linux ( darwin - whatever). They couldnt come up with a unique idea if their life depended on it.
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LairdDrambeg,
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10/29/2012 | 3:14:39 AM
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Interesting arguments. How and where can I buy a Star Trek working tablet? So if Apple is just a copy cat, that must explain why there were all those smartphones and tablets available which were all so successful, before Apple decided to jump in and copy them all. That's amazing. Thank you so much for the heads-up.
NateS
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10/28/2012 | 4:19:31 AM
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Terabyte Net's comment sounds like the reasoning of a pathetic nutcase:

"GǪ there were tablets like the iPad on Star Trek LONG before Apple stole the idea. Paramount should sue Apple for stealing their ideas."

So by this reasoning, the creators of Dick Tracy's "wrist radio" should sue the cell phone companies? And God should sue the aviation industry - after all he made angels fly before airplanes, right? And Jules Verne should sue the inventors of the submarine? And H.G. Wells should sue NASA or the Soviet Space Program over travel through space?
Terabyte Net
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Terabyte Net,
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10/27/2012 | 12:26:41 PM
re: Apple Mocks Samsung In Court-Ordered Ad
Sorry, there were tablets like the iPad on Star Trek LONG before Apple stole the idea. Paramount should sue Apple for stealing their ideas. Apple has NEVER invented anything, they just copy, modify, and sell to Sheeple out there who would buy a lead bathing suit if it had an Apple logo on it. Apple knows it cannot compete and has resorted to lawsuits. It's the sign of a desperate company trying to hold on to what they have but seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.


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