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7/26/2011 7:30:14 AM I have a samsung charge, and it is an awesome phone in every aspect except for how hot it gets and the battery life. It seems like no matter what I do, it only gets about 8 hours max battery life (even if I do not turn it on). 4g speeds on this phone are crazy fast (range from 15mb-34mb down speed, 3-5mb upload speed), and you can watch any kind of streaming video without the usual buffering. The screen looks great (4.xx" super amoled), but that is also 95% of what drains the battery according to my usage stats. I was torn between getting the iphone and this, but decided to go with this one and I am pretty happy. I like how iphones have so many more options for docks, cases, etc, but the charge has a micro HDMI out so it's alot easier and cheaper to hook up to the tv. Something I didn't notice until a day or two ago was the hdmi and usb ports are on opposite sides of the phone, so even if I find a decent dock, it's impossible for it to charge and utilize the HDMI out at the same time. If the iphone 5 was out and had 4g, then I would have most likely gone with it instead. I like the smaller form of the iphone and the battery life is much much better. I guess itunes also turned me off of the iphone, it takes me like 10 minutes to boot it up and even longer to turn it off for some reason...
4/24/2011 8:12:40 AM I played 9 last week, and on a par 4, I tee'd off and ripped it right down the fairway. All the guys ahead of me were pretty close to the green, so I wasn't really hitting into them, but just hitting behind them. I got up to where my ball was supposed to be, but it wasn't there. The course was really jammed, so I got to confront them at the next teebox, and asked if they had picked up a titleist with my initials on the fairway of the last hole, and the douches said not one with any initials, then they sped off laughing. Needless to say, I kept hitting into them for the rest of the round (not close to hitting them, but enough to keep them in check). I wasn't too concerned about them taking my ball, but I just really wanted to gauge how my drive was (it bounced right around 290 yards and kept rolling for a good ways)
10/18/2010 7:17:23 PM the one and only Vanna White! That's about it though
9/2/2010 6:55:32 PM definitely was wrong about today at folly, only the dropping tide it was 3ft overhead on the bigger sets and a nice offshore breeze...definitely the biggest and heaviest i've ever seen it here. i just hope that there is still some left tomorrow morning
9/1/2010 12:48:10 PM It was super fun out there today, head high and the occasional overhead set with light winds on it...should be interesting tomorrow, but i doubt it will be double+ overhead, not sure if folly can handle that kind of swell
8/8/2010 4:29:56 AM Not everyone needs to have their wisdom teeth taken out. If you have enough room and are able to keep them clean, by all means keep them. The problem with most people is that the teeth are so far back you can't get a toothbrush all around the tooth and it's even harder to floss. Over time if you can't keep them clean, the bacteria that settle around the tooth and gums will destroy the tooth and the surrounding bone. If your wisdom teeth never erupt, that means they are most likely impacted (growing in sideways). This is not a good thing obviously. The wisdom teeth can actually push into the tooth's root in front of it and cause it to resorb. It can also mean that there is a very deep hole on the back side of the tooth in front of the wisdom tooth along the gums that extends all the way down to the bottom of the impacted wisdom tooth where you are not able to keep it clean. Bacteria can get down there and cause a nasty infection that causes you to swell up and cry like a baby. The technical term for that is pericoronitis if you want to check it out. You may also get something called a dentigerous cyst where you basically get a big clearing of bone around the unerupted tooth, which means you will need to have surgery to clean out the area and extract the tooth. As with all things, infections complicate surgery and cause things to be much more painful and bloody. So, it is not that dentists and oral surgeons are trying to just get your money. I can't speak for all dentists and oral surgeons, but for the most part, we all look to keep people as healthy as possible and out of pain. There is the occasional person that is like what you said, but that is true of any kind of job/profession. For most people, it is recommended to go ahead and get the wisdom teeth removed to prevent complications down the road that will lead to the person having to fork out a lot more money and it will keep them out of severe pain. It is a much easier procedure (read less money and less post-operative pain) to extract a wisdom tooth in a 17-24 yr old where the tooth isn't fully grown and the bone around it is still relatively looser/softer. So, please check with your dentist or oral surgeon to get more well informed opinions about if you need your wisdom teeth extracted. Go to another to get a second opinion too if you want, or just to find another that takes the time to explain things to you so that you are comfortable with the treatments they recommend.
7/22/2010 5:59:14 PM For any of you that are scared to get your wisdom teeth out, it really is better to do it before you have anything bad come up. The ideal time to have them pulled is right around when they pop up(when the roots are not fully formed yet). The bigger the roots are, the more likely its going to be a more complex extraction. Also, you heal much quicker when you are younger and your tooth gets more "connected" with the bone as you get older. So, a little soreness for 2-5 days when you are younger certainly beats having a bad infection and having a more complex surgical extraction when you are older... To avoid dry sockets, don't do anything that gives you too much pressure in your mouth (drinking through a straw, smoking, forceful spitting, etc). The big deal with the hole healing is keeping the blood clot intact, if it breaks up, then you can end up with exposed bone (PAINFUL) As always, check with your dentist though as they can actually see what is going on and make a better judgement if you need your wisdom teeth extracted or not.
4/26/2010 6:08:18 PM anyone know where you can download a trial of M$ Office home and student version? I bought it yesterday (disk version), but the netbook has no disk drive, so I am trying to figure out another way to install it besides using a usb disk drive... And I would have to have the home and students trial version for the product key to work for it (so the office professional trial wont work)
3/10/2010 8:56:21 AM I finally got an xbox.... only have BC2 on it though for now. GT="windyhillsurfer"
2/14/2010 7:52:11 AM i dont think the way he dressed was that bad, but i think his response was the worst thing...saying the Olympics are "just another snowboarding event," and that they are "nothing special." Sure that is the way that you should be thinking right before you do your run so you aren't freaking out, but don't say that at a press conference type deal when you are being confronted about "disrespecting" the olympics and your country in the first place
2/12/2010 9:18:21 PM just got about 3" of snow in Charleston, SC. First time I've seen snow actually stick here in the 7 years I've been here!! Too bad there are no hills or anything what so ever...
1/26/2010 2:04:49 PM adorama.com has the w80 for $150, which is about half of the ts1, but it isn't quite as good as the ts1. I am probly going to wait til I find the ts1 for ~$200 before I finally get one, but $150 for the w80 is pretty nice. note the video file for the w80 is avi (Motion jpeg) while the ts1 has a more compressed avchd format (and another type that you can choose from, which is also pretty cool)
1/25/2010 8:56:04 PM i have an old pentax w10 (4-5 years old) and it still works quite well. I never had to replace the o-ring (even though they recommend it every year), and have taken it surfing, snowboarding, snorkeling, with dolphins, kayaking, water parks, etc. its been through a LOT to say the least. I was looking at upgrading, but I honestly can't see the need to do so yet, but if I were, here are the things i would want: sdhc memory, wide angle lens, HD video (with a good file format), optical stabilization, face recognition (just a cool feature), hdmi output, and portability. Based on these, I would personally go with the w80 or the panasonic ts1. I came really close to getting the TS1, but I decided I should use my money for other things. To be honest, my 640x480 videos at 30fps look pretty dag on good to me.But, the main reason I could talk myself into upgrading is for the hd video. For me, I get about an 15 minutes of film for a gb. With the newer stuff they can put much more video into the same space, but it still eats up lots of precious space. I would check to see what the estimates are for an hours worth of video just to have an idea of what to expect. Also sdhc is a must, just because i have these and they are cheaper than other formats. I would really want an hdmi output just for ease of access to display that days session or whatever. A con about the video for all of these is that the audio will suck. some are worse than others, but dont expect miracles from the little internal mic's that pick up so much static, etc. I don't think the waterproofness is that important. It is better for ease of mind, but how often do you plan on going deeper than 10ft? My camera is rated to 5 feet or so, and I took it to 9-10 feet several times and it came back up just fine. After i thought about all of this, i decided i really dont need to upgrade yet as the technology hasn't improved THAT much IMO. I guess I am waiting for a camera that can also pop out waffles, but you are in a different situation. Something else to think about are the cheaper hand held video cameras that are coming out. i saw a commercial the other day talking about a new hd waterproof video camera (flip video camera'ish) check youtube for video samples of the different cameras too
12/23/2009 11:50:10 PM i saw it the other day and was amazed the entire movie. I agree the plot was a little so-so, but it was better than other movies that i've seen recently. If it didn't have the amazing graphics, i would say it is around a 7 of 10, but the graphics definitely bump it up to 10 of 10 for me. I have NEVER seen a movie in a theatre twice,and this will be the first one. I saw it is the real 3d or whatever that is called on a normal sized screen. i plan on going to the imax 3d when i get back to school, but i honestly don't expect there to be much of a difference bc the imax's screen is about 30% bigger than a normal screen at most, but i still want to watch it there. as for the whole new 3d thing, it is a lot different than the 3d i grew up knowing (especially the shows at disneyworld). I would say it is more of having depth than having things come out into the audience. Mickey's Philharmonic at disney world makes it seem like you can reach up and grab the things on the screen, but Avatar and the christmas carol, to me, seem more like you are watching stuff through a window. I loved the whole experience though. i kept my 3d glasses (the theatre said they were ours to keep if we wanted), and tried them on today just to see what it was like, and i am pretty sure they are just polarized lenses. Too bad they are the 1950s style frames... actually there was one thing i didn't care too much for about the movie: i about fell down when i stood back up because i didn't move my legs much at all the entire movie. i guess i will move around a little bit when i go to see it again or atleast prepare myself when i stand up
12/18/2009 7:49:06 PM i broke my finger on thanksgiving playing football, so i haven't been able to really do anything (plus had a bunch of finals). I lost about half of the 10 pounds that I put on since the summer time. My goal was to gain about 20 pounds by the end of the year. oh well. still a couple of weeks before i hit the gym again due to my finger (don't want to injure it anymore for school's sake)


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