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(XKCD)   XKCD's wonderful, subtle tribute to Steve Jobs   ( divider line
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2011-10-07 06:04:39 AM  
Yeah, I've had Macs freeze like that, too.
2011-10-07 06:43:11 AM  

Mambo Bananapatch: Thanks guys. That is a really first-rate tribute.

XKCD is the best strip since Bloom County.

So you like over-rated things?
2011-10-07 10:41:12 AM  

captjc: Wendy's was a good restaurant until he died. Whoever took over really ran it into the ground, quality wise.

That would be Arby's, so no surprise.

(Though I believe they spun back off, or are about to spin back off, or something).
2011-10-07 12:32:15 PM  

zetar: Let's try that link again:

10 Unusual Things You Didn't Know About Steve Jobs (new window)

That was good, thanks.
2011-10-07 12:56:13 PM  

Gaseous Anomaly: That would be Arby's, so no surprise.

Arby's itself was a good restraunt when I was a teen.

A lot of the time it's not your menu that makes or breaks you - it's your employees. Even if your food is simple, if the service is good and it's served hot&fresh, you're good to go.
2011-10-07 02:25:25 PM  

Treygreen13: And it was the first time anyone on Fark mourned the death of a CEO.

That's one helluva tribute. Someone oughtta send that to his family. Nicely said, Treygreen13.

/perhaps a camel can pass through the eye of a needle
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