Friday, June 3, 2011

beautiful fishes in sea

beautiful fishes in sea. These eautiful
  • These eautiful

  • celebi23
    Mar 9, 03:55 PM
    I'm kinda looking for a specific Tiger theme. When you unzip the file, it has a folder of tiger icons in it like this:

    and it then has the file for the theme. I accidently deleted the file with the icons in it and now I can't remember where I got it from. I plan on using the icons for a school project.

    beautiful fishes in sea. 3D Sea Dive screensaver: make
  • 3D Sea Dive screensaver: make

  • DJsteveSD
    Apr 8, 04:27 PM
    Yessssss! Finally! Tempest! Centipede! The original Breakout! ...Now, where's Gauntlet, and I can stop nagging!

    And, somebody, PLEASE license LEMMINGS.

    dont bother with Tempest, I d/l'd for ipad 2 and the graphics are horrible. very dissapointing.

    beautiful fishes in sea. Beautiful tropical fish at
  • Beautiful tropical fish at

  • Caetano
    Mar 25, 03:38 PM
    I'm seeing/hearing the phrase post-PC device/era a bit too often for comfort. I like the iOS devices but for me the Mac is still by far the most important product that Apple make and I hope it continues for a long time to come. I look forward to seeing what they come up with for Maps though.

    beautiful fishes in sea. Sea-run cutts are eautiful
  • Sea-run cutts are eautiful

  • johnnyturbouk
    Apr 7, 03:28 PM
    no problem on my JB IP4 on 2.3.1


    beautiful fishes in sea. eautiful fish in the sea
  • eautiful fish in the sea

  • thedge18
    Jun 24, 11:42 PM
    Any updates on stock here?

    beautiful fishes in sea. Red Sea fish Snorkelling
  • Red Sea fish Snorkelling

  • miniConvert
    Jan 9, 03:59 PM
    When AppleTV was announced I felt a sense of excitement - finally Apple's set-top box had arrived and Mac fans wanting to bring the experience into their livingroom could do without feeling too much like what they really need is a Windows Media Centre.

    Then when iPhone happened I couldn't quite believe it. I was absolutely stunned, despite all the rumours, and was incredibly worried about what it might look like. Could Apple produce an ugly design? The phone has been designed in so many shapes and sizes that surely they can't come up with something completely unique?

    When I actually saw the first pictures I was blown away. Now I'm desperately waiting for the video of the keynote to come out so I can see the handset in action. I can completely understand why Steve dedicated almost the entire keynote to the iPhone because it is definitely Apple's most important product launch to date.

    Of course I was disappointed that there was no demonstration of Leopard or announcements about the Mac's, but that's obviously not what this Macworld was meant to be about. Instead I now hope we'll see special events over the coming months to give us all the bits we'd have normally received here. What does worry me, as a new switcher to Mac and somebody who has switched his company over with him, is the name change. Dropping 'computer' from the name suggests that the Macs aren't the core business activity any longer. While the name better reflects the direction Apple is going in anyway, the Mac platform needs all the endorsement it can get and I don't think the old name was causing anybody any bother.

    All in all it looks to have been an excellent keynote. The iPhone has obviously taken some incredible engineering and I look forward to all the juicy details becoming public over the next few days, weeks and months.


    beautiful fishes in sea. Antique Colourful Sea Fish
  • Antique Colourful Sea Fish

  • Funkymonk
    Apr 28, 10:06 AM
    Verizon already had a lot of high end android devices so maybe those customers didn't want to switch to a new platform? I know a few verizon iphone adopters that switched back to android. Lol maybe they just realized that at the end of the day all smartphones are essentially the same.

    beautiful fishes in sea. exotic fish and sea life
  • exotic fish and sea life

  • Consultant
    Feb 21, 04:26 PM
    Most radio stations have streams that you can add yourself to iTunes.

    Otherwise try


    beautiful fishes in sea. the most eautiful fish in
  • the most eautiful fish in

  • DanielNTX
    Dec 5, 11:03 PM
    No DDR2... that's a different form factor.

    beautiful fishes in sea. water sea fish that change
  • water sea fish that change

  • BakedBeans
    Nov 1, 05:29 AM
    were is the other free /app tool thread?


    beautiful fishes in sea. Okinawa#39;s Beautiful Sea
  • Okinawa#39;s Beautiful Sea

  • KindredMAC
    Oct 26, 03:47 PM
    I'll be there tomorrow when I swing by on my way to Oneida from Watertown.

    beautiful fishes in sea. in a eautiful blue sea.
  • in a eautiful blue sea.

  • asphalt-proof
    Apr 21, 09:47 AM
    That isn't entirely true. iPhone 1,1 (and soon iPhone 1,2) users can't run all apps. Anything that requires 4.0 (probably 4.3~5.0 for iPhone 1,2) won't run. Neither will things that require a certain amount of horsepower (say like Infinity Blade).

    REALLY? You're going to throw a 3 and 4 year old phone into the argument? Fine. How many old Android phones can run all the available apps. Heck, how many Android phones less than a year old run all the apps available?:rolleyes:


    beautiful fishes in sea. Comments [3]. Just imagine
  • Comments [3]. Just imagine

  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 16, 05:37 PM
    I think there should be firm standards for capital punishment. There are certain cases where someone is guilty without a doubt. The connecticut incident, arizona killer, etc. There are many cases where the death penalty is appropriate. If it's a crime with no witnesses but a lot of solid proof, the sentence should be life in prison. See, there's ways around all these "whats ifs"

    It isn't just a matter of whether the person is guilty. Killing is wrong. In order for a society to set the proper example it should be forbidden, and any killing should be seen as the extreme exception to the rule, to be done only in the immediate defense of life. Capital punishment violates that principle in my opinion.

    Apart from all that are the further reasons I listed above. And against all this your only argument is that they "deserve" "lynching"? That's raving.

    beautiful fishes in sea. The most eautiful fish in the
  • The most eautiful fish in the

  • forkspoon
    Aug 2, 05:15 PM


    beautiful fishes in sea. snorkel among the fishes,
  • snorkel among the fishes,

  • CyberCat
    Dec 11, 01:18 AM

    Awesome, thanks!

    beautiful fishes in sea. Few freshwater fish are this
  • Few freshwater fish are this

  • parapup
    Apr 27, 05:24 PM
    just out of curiosity.. do you file bug reports?
    i'm pretty guilty of not...

    I used to do it - quite a bit actually. But except for one security bug I filed all of the others pretty much got ignored - that was a big disincentive.


    beautiful fishes in sea. This is Most Beautiful Fishes
  • This is Most Beautiful Fishes

  • swingerofbirch
    Sep 29, 12:58 AM
    Everyone's been plagued by the same email outages...why should you expect special treatment?

    I don't expect special treatment. Any dotmac user has the ability to petition Apple for a free year of service to compensate for reliability issues. I'm not pulling a fast one on Apple. It was their decision to give me a free year, and if they do it again it will also be their decision.

    If they won't give me a free year as a gesture of goodwill, I am free to make my own decisions based on theirs.

    There's nothing special about it. Just dealing with customer service.

    beautiful fishes in sea. This eautiful fish with the
  • This eautiful fish with the

  • amysig
    Jun 30, 01:13 PM
    I have a 4gb that's been in a skin from day one. I sent you an email. let me know.

    beautiful fishes in sea. magic and eautiful fishes
  • magic and eautiful fishes

  • jmcrutch
    Apr 25, 12:11 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    White iPhone ... The hot new accessory for females this summer.

    Mar 20, 05:02 PM
    I'm from the UK, where capital punishement was abolished in 1969.

    I'm not trying to be picky, but I thought you might be interested to know that the death penalty was suspended in 1965, abolished for murder in 1969 and abolished totally in 1998. However, the last execution was in 1964.

    Here in the UK we would love capital punishement to be reintroduced, a life for a life as they say.

    Not sure where you got that from, I think you may be projecting? Did you know every Parliament from 1965 to 1997 had a free vote on capital punishment and always voted against it? If there was a public referendum I think it would be pretty close. However, the UK can't reintroduce the death penalty without withdrawing from the EU and the Human Rights Convention, so no Government would risk a vote on something that isn't a massive public issue.

    Most murders are in defence or panic, also a lot of pre-planned.

    This is where the public perception is quite wrong. In the UK you must cause the death of another, which is obvious. However, your state of mind is what people do not understand. In the UK you do not have to intend to kill someone to be convicted of murder, you can intend to cause GBH and be convicted. The majority of murders are convicted on the basis of intent to cause GBH. The offender never intended to kill someone, they only intended to cause serious harm. Although people convicted of murder are not usually nice people, they are not usually the monsters people imagine (family member works for Probation Service).

    Real case- man stabs women in non-vital area. Women would almost certainly have survived, but she was a Jehovah's Witness and refused a blood transfusion. The man was found guilty or murder- he caused the death and intended to cause serious harm.

    Real case- man chases wife out of house intending to harm her. Wife has heart condition that was undiagnosed and had a heart attack in the road outside the house. Husband guilty of murder.

    Taking the above examples, clearly these two were unpleasant people to say the least, but do they deserve the death penalty?

    Here in the UK the law is fail, 2 years for killing someone. No common sense here in the UK. :mad:

    Murder comes with a mandatory life sentence in the UK. The judge sets the minimum term before parol can be considered. The average lifer spends about 16 years in prison- bear in mind most lifers never intended to kill anyone. But remember- life does mean life despite what the tabloids say. The Probation Service meets with the offender for the rest of their life and assesses their risk. They cannot go abroad of move house without permission. If they commit any crime they can be recalled to prison.

    (Also why I don't believe in the "life should mean life" argument. The ability to monitor people for the rest of their lives once released is very beneficial.)

    Mar 23, 09:10 AM
    Dang, Federighi has large shoes to fill. His Lion demo was so-so. Serlet has been on the Mac OS X team since day one if I remember right, and has always seemed to understand where it needed to go next.

    I wonder if the departure has anything to do with Mac OS X transitioning away from a traditional desktop OS towards a more touch-centric, "no-fuss" one. Would be interested in Serlet's opinion on this.


    It seems like Serlet is more of an independent worker who *thinks different* where as Craig is a hardworker but would just "follow." Not making a cheap shot, they're both really good at what they do, just an (maybe wrong) assumption of mine.

    In any case, sad to see Serlet go.

    Oct 7, 03:33 AM
    Ducati 848 EVO

    Feb 10, 09:05 AM
    So I can have A list AND this feature? What rollover minutes will i keep?

    Not sure about the A-List.

    Oct 21, 12:28 AM
    You know the belt clip that comes with the iPod mini?
    Is there one for the big iPods?

    If there is, can you provide a link.


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