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    What Film (Movie) Have You Just Watched?

    I see you like your western classics. I don't see any Anthony Mann westerns in your list. He is my favourite western director. Every movie he did with James Stewart (Winchester '73, Bend of the River, The Naked Spur, The Man from Laramie, The Far Country) is great, as are The Tin Star with Henry Fonda and Man Of The West with Gary Cooper.
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    List your favourite iPhone apps

    A list of best iPhone apps published today by gizmodo.com: http://gizmodo.com/5676549/the-best-iphone-apps
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    Singha 60,a / WWW new lady wow

    Google this sentence and it will yield exactly 1 search result, LOL.
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    music and how to play on computer

    It's a fucking disgrace that people take bricking for granted. WTF? It's supposed to be your phone! you bought it, it's not some cheap-ass rental.
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    Heaven from Hell

    If you're into Jaco Pastorious, check out Mark Egan in this video. He was a member of the Pat Metheny Group. Here they play "Jaco", not hard to guess to whom this song is dedicated! Hs-HwuZwKkE
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    DeeLing does Bangkok

    Hogsbreath! paid my first BF ever over there in '98. I was so young and nervous at the time the girl asked me if I was a virgin! Good times. Her name was Pim and she was excellent on all accounts.
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    You can't do that on TV anymore

    Gotta Love Ted's pants, LOL. he's sporting a great tail.
  8. Just watched this live rendition of Hocus Pocus by Focus on US TV in 1973, and I was like WTF? I've never seen any music this insane on national TV! Just watch Thijs van Leer, he's either on drugs or just plain mental. Either way, they rock! :bangit: RFDW9b_ejfI
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    Bangkok 1948

    Cool find!
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    What is it like to be single as an older guy?

    Wow. Sorry to hear that Mekong. Losing a wife is one thing, but getting shut out of your adopted country really sucks. Hope you're doing allright.
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    Basic Disk space question

    I always find it difficult to explain pc soltions, to other people, but why don't you look here: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/windows-7-libraries-%E2%80%93-and-why-you-want-them/ It explains how libraries work and how you can add maps to them. First let me explain why you want new maps in your libraries. Now you have your data saved on your c-drive, and it's ful. So what you want is to move your data to the d drive. In order to move the data so you can find them later, give the maps appropriate names. I have maps for downloads, pictures, videos, documents, software and ebooks. Create maps on your d drives with those kind of names. Now you have created them, add those maps to the libraries in windows 7. You add the map D:\music to your music library, your d:\downloads to your download library and so on. Now you have created multiple maps for one library. Now start copying files from for instance c:\users\username\music to d:\music After you have copied all your files to the appropriate library maps on your d-drive, you can delete your data on the c-drive and free up some necessary hard drive space. Also make sure you don't let your software safe files to your c-drive, but to your d-drive. You can usually change this in most programs by changing the standard map to save files to. Good luck!
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    Basic Disk space question

    I have Windows 7 as well and I have just 27 GB used on my c drive. I think it is unlikely you have used a 100 GB more just for your programs. So probably you don't save your data on your D-drive, but on your c-drive. Why don't you look at the windows libraries, google how to add some maps on your d drive to your libraries and make them your standard maps for storing your files in your libraries. Second, hunt down your data on the c drive and copy them to your d drive yo your just created library maps.
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    Televison with Internet Access

    It's not for me. It's just another computer with a big ass screen and an undersized keyboard. All I need is to stream all the contents on my laptop wireless to my tv and I would be happy. Why struggle with a fugly remote if I can have small laptop do that, and a 1,000 times better. I don't see the point, really.
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    List your favourite iPhone apps

    Sorry, I was just trolling. I really would like to try an iPhone because the user interface appeals to me, but I have steered clear of one, because I am uncomfortable with the fact that Apple likes to control what you do with your iPhone. I would only buy an iPhone if I could decide if I wanted to have flash or not, play avi's and mkv's instead of Apple proprietary formats. I will leave this thread now and leave it to the active iPhone users to share their apps with you.
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    List your favourite iPhone apps

    Redsn0w.
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