I was at a concert in England and there was a cinema tent offering to shot the movie for free in 3D. I have to say I was very impressed. The only fault I could find was the modest role of the green toy soldiers, I love those guys.
Pic is a bit small but she does look very cute.
I hope you didn't have a leprechaun in mind.
I don't have a facebook account so I just took this here now.
I decided to back to OS X. Currently running Snow Leopard which is the best yet. Ubuntu on Mac hardware is definitely not a good idea unless you are a serious open source advocate or have extensive need of exclusive Linux features.
Happy New Year HH.
Email Marco or Davo, they will sort out your account. Marco has always been very good that way. I don't want to post their email here but if you email me at
seandeverell at gmail dot com I will pass it on their email to you. Welcome back.
To your question, yeah there is still a few of us around from that era.
I used to dislike Apple too but damn they make great laptops. There is a variety of things I like not limited to a Unix BASH shell and kernel, minimal malware, Quicksilver, spotlight, amazing battery life. The fusion of engineering and ergonomics is incredible. Even little touches are very useful like integrated dictionary and the swiss army functions of the utility folder.
My position could be summed up as OS X for laptops and Windows 7 for desktops not counting any niches.
Mint/Ubuntu, OS X and Windows 7 as OS's are all in the same league now though and the same is true for browsers. It isn't like years ago when there were substantial differences when choosing was really just balancing flaws against each other. Still a lot of the old stereotypes live on today and are perpetuated by young lads who want to sound knowledgeable and hold [censored] opinions to aggrandize themselves.
0.4mm thin, I'll use mine to slice bread!
Perhaps you're being sarcastic or you misquoted but .4mm literally is thinner than some sharp knives. 4 inches sounds more realistic.