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#141 - Because everyone has computers purely for gaming. 02/06/2013 on Bill and Jobs 0
#77 - Picture 02/06/2013 on no, i mean yours is cool too +6
#43 - Both can hold lossless images, so they're almost equal. TIFF i… 02/05/2013 on PNG master race +1
#12 - In this gif it's Phil Doyle. It's from video "Professor L…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/04/2013 on up up and away 0
User avatar #13 - yoey (02/04/2013) [-]
Many thanks sir.
#44 - It's unlikely that Final Cut Pro runs better on other operatin…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/04/2013 on Do u have a Pc or a Computer? +2
User avatar #66 - rossthomson (02/04/2013) [-]
I meant video-editing software in general. :)
I still don't get why i was thumbed down though, since this is hardly an opinion-based post.
#113 - You're born with certain intelligence, which can't be improved… 01/30/2013 on To get rid of stupid... +1
#41 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 01/28/2013 on Scumbag God +62
User avatar #92 - masterboll (01/29/2013) [-]
except for tuesdays

tuesday is jaw day
#52 - darkjustifier (01/29/2013) [-]
#192 - But that's not Apple's fault, that's fault of their fanboys. W…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/14/2013 on The Price For Beauty +2
User avatar #199 - kookiefrankus (01/26/2013) [-]
I own a Windows phone but I don't tell people unless they ask. Only reason I prefer them is because I've found no problems other than ringtones (there is a work around). Also all on my devices are windows so why the frig not aye lol
#186 - It's not your money they're spending. Also, functionality …  [+] (3 new replies) 01/14/2013 on The Price For Beauty +1
User avatar #187 - kookiefrankus (01/14/2013) [-]
So a Toyota Yaris? Ugly as fuck but functional lol
#193 - ludislavonac (01/14/2013) [-]
I think it doesn't look that bad
User avatar #200 - kookiefrankus (01/26/2013) [-]
I think it's just the 2 door variation of the car I don't like, hate rice bubble cars. They crash and all you hear is snap, crackle and pop.
#183 - So you want to say, when I'm rich enough, I can't buy Lamborgh…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/14/2013 on The Price For Beauty +3
User avatar #188 - kookiefrankus (01/14/2013) [-]
I really would not give a fuck what you buy if your rich as shit. Hell, my opinion or anyone elses wouldn't make a difference. My fight with Apple is with if you don't have an iProduct in highschool your apparently uncool or poor. Or so says my kids tell me.
#192 - hylebus (01/14/2013) [-]
But that's not Apple's fault, that's fault of their fanboys. Which are common everywhere (Android fanboys are same fucktards and I know that because I own high-end Android device), just the Apple fanboys are usually most loud.
User avatar #199 - kookiefrankus (01/26/2013) [-]
I own a Windows phone but I don't tell people unless they ask. Only reason I prefer them is because I've found no problems other than ringtones (there is a work around). Also all on my devices are windows so why the frig not aye lol
User avatar #185 - ludislavonac (01/14/2013) [-]
I never said you CAN'T buy something, sure you can buy it, go ahead if you have the cash. But do you need it? If you need a powerful car, a BMW M5 will do the trick, and it's way cheaper than a Lambourghini. Though if you're that rich that you can buy a Lambourghini you probably wouldn't give a fuck how you spend your money. However 99% of people aren't that rich, and we are talking from the perspective of a middle class person with average income.
#186 - hylebus (01/14/2013) [-]
It's not your money they're spending.
Also, functionality isn't everything. Would you buy really fucking ugly car, but it could do anything you need, or would you buy much nicer looking car without few extra functions?
User avatar #187 - kookiefrankus (01/14/2013) [-]
So a Toyota Yaris? Ugly as fuck but functional lol
#193 - ludislavonac (01/14/2013) [-]
I think it doesn't look that bad
User avatar #200 - kookiefrankus (01/26/2013) [-]
I think it's just the 2 door variation of the car I don't like, hate rice bubble cars. They crash and all you hear is snap, crackle and pop.
#179 - Because buying something you like is automatically being brainwashed.  [+] (10 new replies) 01/14/2013 on The Price For Beauty +2
User avatar #181 - ludislavonac (01/14/2013) [-]
Buying something overpriced you clearly don't need (where also a way cheaper and more functional alternative exists), yes I'd say you're brainwashed if you do that
#183 - hylebus (01/14/2013) [-]
So you want to say, when I'm rich enough, I can't buy Lamborghini which I really want, because there are way cheaper cars, which will do same thing for me?
User avatar #188 - kookiefrankus (01/14/2013) [-]
I really would not give a fuck what you buy if your rich as shit. Hell, my opinion or anyone elses wouldn't make a difference. My fight with Apple is with if you don't have an iProduct in highschool your apparently uncool or poor. Or so says my kids tell me.
#192 - hylebus (01/14/2013) [-]
But that's not Apple's fault, that's fault of their fanboys. Which are common everywhere (Android fanboys are same fucktards and I know that because I own high-end Android device), just the Apple fanboys are usually most loud.
User avatar #199 - kookiefrankus (01/26/2013) [-]
I own a Windows phone but I don't tell people unless they ask. Only reason I prefer them is because I've found no problems other than ringtones (there is a work around). Also all on my devices are windows so why the frig not aye lol
User avatar #185 - ludislavonac (01/14/2013) [-]
I never said you CAN'T buy something, sure you can buy it, go ahead if you have the cash. But do you need it? If you need a powerful car, a BMW M5 will do the trick, and it's way cheaper than a Lambourghini. Though if you're that rich that you can buy a Lambourghini you probably wouldn't give a fuck how you spend your money. However 99% of people aren't that rich, and we are talking from the perspective of a middle class person with average income.
#186 - hylebus (01/14/2013) [-]
It's not your money they're spending.
Also, functionality isn't everything. Would you buy really fucking ugly car, but it could do anything you need, or would you buy much nicer looking car without few extra functions?
User avatar #187 - kookiefrankus (01/14/2013) [-]
So a Toyota Yaris? Ugly as fuck but functional lol
#193 - ludislavonac (01/14/2013) [-]
I think it doesn't look that bad
User avatar #200 - kookiefrankus (01/26/2013) [-]
I think it's just the 2 door variation of the car I don't like, hate rice bubble cars. They crash and all you hear is snap, crackle and pop.
#60 - Picture  [+] (4 new replies) 01/12/2013 on Ali G's Idea For Bills +44
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User avatar #64 - mishaestrin (01/12/2013) [-]
Whoever says south-park is just a waste of time and nothing good comes out of it probably has not seen this.
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#62 - huehuehueone (01/12/2013) [-]
^this
#57 - But usually it takes a crane to get it out...  [+] (2 new replies) 01/12/2013 on If only +4
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#59 - snoopyxxm (01/12/2013) [-]
pic related
#20 - Picture 01/11/2013 on 1538 +27
#59 - Somewhat related  [+] (11 new replies) 01/11/2013 on No More Fire/Fighting +41
#104 - anonymous (01/11/2013) [-]
**anonymous rolls 1,997** only quads can capture the legendary giga-bidoof
User avatar #128 - theavatar (01/11/2013) [-]
To bad I still dont want it so im not rolling
#82 - wootkiller (01/11/2013) [-]
#68 - mattkingg (01/11/2013) [-]
THAT THING IS SHIT, it doesn't have either of the original legendaries
User avatar #71 - Keril (01/11/2013) [-]
Tail of Moltres
#77 - mattkingg (01/11/2013) [-]
I SAD THE ORIGINAL 2 NOT £
you know MEW and MEWTWO
User avatar #80 - Keril (01/11/2013) [-]
"THAT THING IS SHIT, it doesn't have either of the original legendaries"
Direct quote from your comment #68. You didn't mention any number at all, but it is true that neither Mew nor Mewtwo is present.
#94 - anonymous (01/11/2013) [-]
either means its a choice between two dumbass. if you said it doesnt have either of the original legendary pokemon then its between two use context clues dumbass
#112 - mattkingg (01/11/2013) [-]
User avatar #109 - Keril (01/11/2013) [-]
Log in and say that like a man.
#78 - mattkingg (01/11/2013) [-]
original 2 not 3 *
#203 - I know development part is very important, I'm studying comput… 12/31/2012 on Norman Borlaug 0
#197 - I can't disagree with the credit for the design point. Just re…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Norman Borlaug 0
User avatar #200 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
I agree with you completely on all of that, it's just I give engineering bucketloads more credit for progress than I do marketing. Steve Jobs works in the IT industry, and has had an influence on it, but he is by no means the most influential.
#203 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I know development part is very important, I'm studying computer sciences to be software engineer/programmer, so I know how much hard work is behind it and I respect your opinion, but I think it's debatable about the influence. We can relate it to Bill Gates too, as he isn't known for his work as programmer (you probably know the story behind DOS), but mostly for his work as CEO of Microsoft, so both Jobs and Gates had pretty much same job (actually, as opposed to great competition between Microsoft and Apple, they were great friends, although they had different opinions). And I think you can't disagree with Bill Gates being the one of the most important people in IT industry.
Anyway, I recommend you this great movie, it's about early years of Apple and Microsoft, you probably heard of it: www.imdb.com/title/tt0168122/
#191 - He is key person behind Apple, which sells computer sotfware, …  [+] (4 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Norman Borlaug 0
User avatar #196 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
Yes Apple is an IT company and yes Steve Jobs is the key person behind it, but he is not the most influential person on the industry because he has minimal actual influence on it. He funds other people to influence it and then sells their stuff, he doesn't actually make any of it. Just because he's related to the project and even if he's technically in charge of the project doesn't make it his project, whoever is doing most of the actual design work gets credit for it.
#197 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I can't disagree with the credit for the design point. Just remember that he actually made it possible with his excellent management. Don't forget that every company needs the marketing part, as it needs its development part. You can't sell excellent product without marketing and vice versa. Although Apple is slowly declining in last years with the development, mostly in iPhone part. :/
User avatar #200 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
I agree with you completely on all of that, it's just I give engineering bucketloads more credit for progress than I do marketing. Steve Jobs works in the IT industry, and has had an influence on it, but he is by no means the most influential.
#203 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I know development part is very important, I'm studying computer sciences to be software engineer/programmer, so I know how much hard work is behind it and I respect your opinion, but I think it's debatable about the influence. We can relate it to Bill Gates too, as he isn't known for his work as programmer (you probably know the story behind DOS), but mostly for his work as CEO of Microsoft, so both Jobs and Gates had pretty much same job (actually, as opposed to great competition between Microsoft and Apple, they were great friends, although they had different opinions). And I think you can't disagree with Bill Gates being the one of the most important people in IT industry.
Anyway, I recommend you this great movie, it's about early years of Apple and Microsoft, you probably heard of it: www.imdb.com/title/tt0168122/
#184 - You just said it. He found the money for it. Great products ar…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Norman Borlaug 0
User avatar #186 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
That doesn't make him the most influential person in the IT industry. That makes him one of the most successful people in the advertising industry, which he is.
#191 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
He is key person behind Apple, which sells computer sotfware, PC's and electronics, which kind of makes it IT company. It's not the traditional IT company like IBM, it's more for consumers, but it's still IT company.
User avatar #196 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
Yes Apple is an IT company and yes Steve Jobs is the key person behind it, but he is not the most influential person on the industry because he has minimal actual influence on it. He funds other people to influence it and then sells their stuff, he doesn't actually make any of it. Just because he's related to the project and even if he's technically in charge of the project doesn't make it his project, whoever is doing most of the actual design work gets credit for it.
#197 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I can't disagree with the credit for the design point. Just remember that he actually made it possible with his excellent management. Don't forget that every company needs the marketing part, as it needs its development part. You can't sell excellent product without marketing and vice versa. Although Apple is slowly declining in last years with the development, mostly in iPhone part. :/
User avatar #200 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
I agree with you completely on all of that, it's just I give engineering bucketloads more credit for progress than I do marketing. Steve Jobs works in the IT industry, and has had an influence on it, but he is by no means the most influential.
#203 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I know development part is very important, I'm studying computer sciences to be software engineer/programmer, so I know how much hard work is behind it and I respect your opinion, but I think it's debatable about the influence. We can relate it to Bill Gates too, as he isn't known for his work as programmer (you probably know the story behind DOS), but mostly for his work as CEO of Microsoft, so both Jobs and Gates had pretty much same job (actually, as opposed to great competition between Microsoft and Apple, they were great friends, although they had different opinions). And I think you can't disagree with Bill Gates being the one of the most important people in IT industry.
Anyway, I recommend you this great movie, it's about early years of Apple and Microsoft, you probably heard of it: www.imdb.com/title/tt0168122/
#182 - You obviously don't get it. If it wasn't for them, you would p…  [+] (8 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Norman Borlaug 0
User avatar #183 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
Yeah, but that's not Steve Jobs being influential, that's Steve Jobs being around influential people. Steve never actually worked on any of that, he just found funding for it.
#184 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
You just said it. He found the money for it. Great products are nothing without money to back them up. And he was marketing genius, everyone knows that. His methods were sometimes bad, but he knew, how to sell the products.
User avatar #186 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
That doesn't make him the most influential person in the IT industry. That makes him one of the most successful people in the advertising industry, which he is.
#191 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
He is key person behind Apple, which sells computer sotfware, PC's and electronics, which kind of makes it IT company. It's not the traditional IT company like IBM, it's more for consumers, but it's still IT company.
User avatar #196 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
Yes Apple is an IT company and yes Steve Jobs is the key person behind it, but he is not the most influential person on the industry because he has minimal actual influence on it. He funds other people to influence it and then sells their stuff, he doesn't actually make any of it. Just because he's related to the project and even if he's technically in charge of the project doesn't make it his project, whoever is doing most of the actual design work gets credit for it.
#197 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I can't disagree with the credit for the design point. Just remember that he actually made it possible with his excellent management. Don't forget that every company needs the marketing part, as it needs its development part. You can't sell excellent product without marketing and vice versa. Although Apple is slowly declining in last years with the development, mostly in iPhone part. :/
User avatar #200 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
I agree with you completely on all of that, it's just I give engineering bucketloads more credit for progress than I do marketing. Steve Jobs works in the IT industry, and has had an influence on it, but he is by no means the most influential.
#203 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I know development part is very important, I'm studying computer sciences to be software engineer/programmer, so I know how much hard work is behind it and I respect your opinion, but I think it's debatable about the influence. We can relate it to Bill Gates too, as he isn't known for his work as programmer (you probably know the story behind DOS), but mostly for his work as CEO of Microsoft, so both Jobs and Gates had pretty much same job (actually, as opposed to great competition between Microsoft and Apple, they were great friends, although they had different opinions). And I think you can't disagree with Bill Gates being the one of the most important people in IT industry.
Anyway, I recommend you this great movie, it's about early years of Apple and Microsoft, you probably heard of it: www.imdb.com/title/tt0168122/
#124 - (inb4 applefag, I don't own any Apple device, I own decent Win…  [+] (10 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Norman Borlaug 0
User avatar #145 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
So basically what you're saying is that Steve Jobs was the most influential person in IT history because Steve Wozniak and Xenox made some cool things and he sold them?
#182 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
You obviously don't get it. If it wasn't for them, you would probably be still writing in command line.
User avatar #183 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
Yeah, but that's not Steve Jobs being influential, that's Steve Jobs being around influential people. Steve never actually worked on any of that, he just found funding for it.
#184 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
You just said it. He found the money for it. Great products are nothing without money to back them up. And he was marketing genius, everyone knows that. His methods were sometimes bad, but he knew, how to sell the products.
User avatar #186 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
That doesn't make him the most influential person in the IT industry. That makes him one of the most successful people in the advertising industry, which he is.
#191 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
He is key person behind Apple, which sells computer sotfware, PC's and electronics, which kind of makes it IT company. It's not the traditional IT company like IBM, it's more for consumers, but it's still IT company.
User avatar #196 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
Yes Apple is an IT company and yes Steve Jobs is the key person behind it, but he is not the most influential person on the industry because he has minimal actual influence on it. He funds other people to influence it and then sells their stuff, he doesn't actually make any of it. Just because he's related to the project and even if he's technically in charge of the project doesn't make it his project, whoever is doing most of the actual design work gets credit for it.
#197 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I can't disagree with the credit for the design point. Just remember that he actually made it possible with his excellent management. Don't forget that every company needs the marketing part, as it needs its development part. You can't sell excellent product without marketing and vice versa. Although Apple is slowly declining in last years with the development, mostly in iPhone part. :/
User avatar #200 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
I agree with you completely on all of that, it's just I give engineering bucketloads more credit for progress than I do marketing. Steve Jobs works in the IT industry, and has had an influence on it, but he is by no means the most influential.
#203 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I know development part is very important, I'm studying computer sciences to be software engineer/programmer, so I know how much hard work is behind it and I respect your opinion, but I think it's debatable about the influence. We can relate it to Bill Gates too, as he isn't known for his work as programmer (you probably know the story behind DOS), but mostly for his work as CEO of Microsoft, so both Jobs and Gates had pretty much same job (actually, as opposed to great competition between Microsoft and Apple, they were great friends, although they had different opinions). And I think you can't disagree with Bill Gates being the one of the most important people in IT industry.
Anyway, I recommend you this great movie, it's about early years of Apple and Microsoft, you probably heard of it: www.imdb.com/title/tt0168122/
#105 - Steve Jobs is one of the most influential persons in IT histor…  [+] (16 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Norman Borlaug -2
User avatar #111 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
>Most influential
>Has had the least influence
#124 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
(inb4 applefag, I don't own any Apple device, I own decent Windows gaming machine and Android phone, I just happen to study computer sciences in college)

Because he was undoubtely kind of terrible person (known to fire his employees just because he wasn't in mood), he really had influence in last decades in IT industry. He was behind the success of Apple II computer (introduced in 1977 and was one of, if not the longest selling computer ever - it was discontinued in 1993). Yes, Steve Wozniak designed both Apple I and Apple II (he was very good programmer back then, he programmed Apple I on paper before he even bought needed parts), but they would be forgotten without Jobs, as Wozniak had no intentions to sell the computer. That started the boom of (in that days) cheap easily programmable computers, e.g. legendary Sinclair ZX Spectrum or Commodore 64. Apple really had huge influence there, as they managed to survive years after years, compared to Sinclair or Commodore, who quickly declined from PC market. Especially because of Jobs, who was CEO by that time (later he got fired, but he was hired again because Apple was in huge crap and they bought his company NeXT and their OS was used as base of Mac OS X).
But the first really huge succes was the first Macintosh released in 1984, which was first commercially successful computer featuring GUI and mouse (there is a different story about how they got the idea for it, Apple haters are saying that Apple stole the idea from Xerox, but in reality Apple paid 1 million dollars for access to Xerox labs, where they could copy the GUI). By that time Microsoft had only MS-DOS, which was command-line based. The competition of Microsoft+IBM and Apple helped to evolve GUI operating systems (soon the first Windows were released) and you probably know the rest of story.

Sorry for bad English, it's not my native language.
I really recommend movie "Pirates from Sillicon Valley", it's about the topic I'm writing right now.
User avatar #145 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
So basically what you're saying is that Steve Jobs was the most influential person in IT history because Steve Wozniak and Xenox made some cool things and he sold them?
#182 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
You obviously don't get it. If it wasn't for them, you would probably be still writing in command line.
User avatar #183 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
Yeah, but that's not Steve Jobs being influential, that's Steve Jobs being around influential people. Steve never actually worked on any of that, he just found funding for it.
#184 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
You just said it. He found the money for it. Great products are nothing without money to back them up. And he was marketing genius, everyone knows that. His methods were sometimes bad, but he knew, how to sell the products.
User avatar #186 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
That doesn't make him the most influential person in the IT industry. That makes him one of the most successful people in the advertising industry, which he is.
#191 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
He is key person behind Apple, which sells computer sotfware, PC's and electronics, which kind of makes it IT company. It's not the traditional IT company like IBM, it's more for consumers, but it's still IT company.
User avatar #196 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
Yes Apple is an IT company and yes Steve Jobs is the key person behind it, but he is not the most influential person on the industry because he has minimal actual influence on it. He funds other people to influence it and then sells their stuff, he doesn't actually make any of it. Just because he's related to the project and even if he's technically in charge of the project doesn't make it his project, whoever is doing most of the actual design work gets credit for it.
#197 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I can't disagree with the credit for the design point. Just remember that he actually made it possible with his excellent management. Don't forget that every company needs the marketing part, as it needs its development part. You can't sell excellent product without marketing and vice versa. Although Apple is slowly declining in last years with the development, mostly in iPhone part. :/
User avatar #200 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
I agree with you completely on all of that, it's just I give engineering bucketloads more credit for progress than I do marketing. Steve Jobs works in the IT industry, and has had an influence on it, but he is by no means the most influential.
#203 - hylebus (12/31/2012) [-]
I know development part is very important, I'm studying computer sciences to be software engineer/programmer, so I know how much hard work is behind it and I respect your opinion, but I think it's debatable about the influence. We can relate it to Bill Gates too, as he isn't known for his work as programmer (you probably know the story behind DOS), but mostly for his work as CEO of Microsoft, so both Jobs and Gates had pretty much same job (actually, as opposed to great competition between Microsoft and Apple, they were great friends, although they had different opinions). And I think you can't disagree with Bill Gates being the one of the most important people in IT industry.
Anyway, I recommend you this great movie, it's about early years of Apple and Microsoft, you probably heard of it: www.imdb.com/title/tt0168122/
#123 - notstill (12/31/2012) [-]
Despite how much I dislike Steve Jobs, you're wrong. The first iPhone was revolutionary and pretty much made the touch screen phone popular. Every apple product after that was just a copy of that with no innovation but it's a lie to say Steve Jobs didn't do anything.
User avatar #147 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
>Implying the first Iphone was revolutionary
>Implying smart phones are the only relevant IT invention
>Implying the Iphone was one of apples first products
#149 - notstill (12/31/2012) [-]
>implying typing like this makes you seem smart or enhances your argument at all
>implying it doesn't make you look like a retard since this has no relevance outside of 4chan
>implying you shouldn't kill yourself
User avatar #152 - traelos (12/31/2012) [-]
>Implying I wasn't just continuing my format from earlier
>Implying people don't use it outside of 4chan anyway
>Implying you even once addressed what I actually said
#90 - Not really. **** companies, like EA, who are rele…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/26/2012 on Thanks Steam -4
User avatar #131 - themaaster (12/27/2012) [-]
EA also helped port some of the humble indie bundle games to linux. It was the one with Amnesia, Braid, Bastion, and a couple others.
User avatar #129 - themaaster (12/27/2012) [-]
EA's games are not shit. Their business practices on the other hand are very mush shit.
#45 - You pay x mana and then deal x damage 12/13/2012 on Facebook (1) 0
#96 - Yeah, a plastic **** one which will fall apart ex… 12/11/2012 on 30 years -1
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