- 01-24-2007, 11:59 AM #26
Funny, I don't recall ever telling you that you or anyone that they should not buy the iPhone. In fact, find a post and prove me wrong.
But you have this awesome victim complex that is unrivaled by any I've seen before. Keep it up, you won't go far.
- 01-24-2007, 08:31 PM #28
i didn't say that you did, silly boy.
as for myself, i have gone real far in life, and it feels good. anything you might say to that would be laughable at best.
being a tech-saavy warrior on Treocentral is not how i measure my life as you might yours. say and spin as you wish, at this point i don't even hear you.
looking forward to the release of the iPhone. i suppose you'll find something crazy in that comment as well.
- 01-24-2007, 11:51 PM #29
If you're going to use documented history at least use all of it and then you might not seem so silly, rather than take what you parts you believe are true (as if you're some expert witness) and make it into your own little story - oh look wow! you could be an Inquirer writer yourself! probably that's where you read that version of Jesus' life eh! At least surur got that right
P.S. I don't believe everything I read - look how well I've exposed you
- 01-25-2007, 02:02 PM #31
And, by the way, what does all this talk about "Jesus" have to do with multi-tasking?
A wise man once said assuming will make asses out of ppl...and the "Jesus talk" as you put it really came from you...
surur made a simile stating that you lot are expecting the iphone was comparable to ppl looking for jesus' 2nd coming i.e. religious conviction ...you jumped on it and here we are......
* goes for some popcorn..the spectacle continues*