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iPhone 2

One of my moms friends went to the siggraph conference today. He said there was a prototype iPhone 2 they were preselling for $325. Supposedly its indestructable and takes 6 hours of HD video. He said its made by panisonic but apple is going to retail it. It supposedly is coming out in Dec. and took 4,000 people to design. They plan on selling 6 million.... And that fag didnt even get one ?) Est price: $1,200....... Just remember where you heard it first!

2 Weeks ago in Off Topic


Good or bad? How are the fits

2 Weeks ago in Denim

Customs Problems...

So I ordered a pair of shoes from London about 2 months ago. After about 1 month I asked the seller where my shoes were and he said they got returned to him because he didnt fill the forums out right. From now its been 2 months and they still havent arrived. He said customs probably got a hold of them. He has no tracking or anything. What do I do now?

2 Weeks ago in Off Topic

Dont Mess With People On Forums.

[URL] ELM MOTT, Texas - A Navy man who got mad when someone mocked him as a "nerd" over the Internet climbed into his car and drove 1,300 miles from Virginia to Texas to teach the other guy a lesson. As he made his way toward Texas, Fire Controlman 2nd Class Petty Officer Russell Tavares posted photos online showing the welcome signs at several states' borders, as if to prove to his Internet friends that he meant business. When he finally arrived, Tavares burned the guy's trailer down. This week, Tavares, 27, was sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading no contest to arson and admitting he set the blaze. "I didn't think anybody was stupid enough to try to kill anybody over an Internet fight," said John G. Anderson, 59, who suffered smoke inhalation while trying to put out the 2005 blaze that caused $50,000 in damage to his trailer and computer equipment. The feud started when Anderson, who runs a haunted house near Waco, joined a picture-sharing Web site and posted his artwork and political views. After he blocked some people from his page because of insults and foul language, they retaliated by making obscene digitally altered pictures of him, he said. Anderson, who went by the screen name "Johnny Darkness," traded barbs with Tavares, aka "PyroDice." Investigators say Tavares boiled over when Anderson called him a nerd and posted a digitally altered photo making Tavares look like a skinny boy in high-water pants, holding a gun and a laptop under a "Revenge of the Nerds" sign. Tavares obtained Anderson's real name and hometown from Anderson's Web page about his Museum of Horrors Haunted House. Tavares took leave from his post as a weapons systems operator at the AEGIS Training and Readiness Center in Dahlgren, Va., and started driving. Investigators say he told them he planned to point a shotgun at Anderson and shoot his computer. Instead, when he got to Elm Mott

2 Weeks ago in Off Topic