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    04-06-2017, 08:35 PM
    Ha. I'll be honest, I was optimistic about Trump; never supported him. I enjoyed the shit talking and the shitstorm that was stirred up in government. I even figured when you have both Republicans and Democrats pissed off at you, you're doing something right. The Russian agent conspiracy is bullshit. But this is unreal. I don't have much else to say, this is just something else. I have to hand it to the media, they really know what they're doing. They've done such a great job at being so intellectually dishonest and divisive that any initial instinct is "yeah - fuck those people" on the other side of the issue. But not this. I don't know, impeach him, I don't care. Get this shit the fuck outta here.
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    04-05-2017, 09:44 PM
    Well, I finally lost my patience. I browse LifeHacker.com from time to time and read a few of their articles to absorb misc information and kill time, but God do I hate it when I see their political drivel. I really hate creating accounts and commenting on everything but this is the 2nd time recently an article of theirs has gotten on my nerves. And for whatever reason it seems their commenters have a liberal slant, though there are other good ones that are actually grounded in reality. Anyways, the article title and broken link: "No, the Wage Gap Isnít a Myth" hxxp://lifehacker.com/no-the-wage-gap-isn-t-a-myth-1793979222 Yes..it is a myth. I guess it's unfortunate I don't meticulously document and cite everything I ever read about anything, but I've read countless articles on all the flawed studies that don't account for experience and other factors, and it's odd how all these studies seem to find women make 20% less regardless. Anyways - I'll post the comment I made below, just wanted to put it here because I imagine it'll find more love.
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    03-24-2017, 08:24 PM
    There are two different technologies used on how cell phones work: GSM and CDMA. The major difference is that GSM uses SIM cards and CDMA does not - the technologies are incompatible with one another. In the US these two technologies compete, and there is AT&T (GSM) vs. Verizon (CDMA), with the "discount" competition being Tmobile vs. Sprint (GSM v CDMA). Unlocking a phone is entirely different, that's when a phone is purchased through a carrier and is locked to only their network (common when phones were subsidized and under contract). Nowadays I believe most phones are purchased at full price, I'm not sure how many come unlocked by default, or if you have to call the carrier and have it done -- I buy very few phones (1 smartphone total, haha), but unlocking shouldn't be a very big deal. Also to note, there are very few phones that are manufactured with both technologies, but they do exist (newer iPhones and the Nexus 5, 6). To answer the other questions -- you can buy any SIM card and they work on SIM card phones (it's all GSM). Not to confuse things, there are different sizes of SIM cards (which the carrier could immediately look up/give the proper size), its only affect is the size of the card/fitting in the phone itself. However, it sounds like this doesn't apply to your phone since it's probably CDMA (no SIM card).
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