Yankees Team Gynecologist: rebelyell2006: writing a thesis about the phenomenon of the "barely legal teens"It's not that complicated:[i.imgur.com image 300x1500]
phrawgh: Barely legal is still legal, nonetheless.
baronvonzipper: phrawgh: Barely legal is still legal, nonetheless.Thanks. I was holding my breath there for awhile.
ZAZ: rebelyell2006: Sucks to be that person writing a thesis about the phenomenon of the "barely legal teens". Months or years of work disappearing for no good reason.I heard a tale of processing woe in college.A student was writing his thesis. He had a file for the introduction, conclusion, and so forth, and in addition to the beginning and end matter had a big file for the core of the work. One night most of his thesis disappeared.Disk space was precious in those days. When Unix programs crashed they tended to leave behind large files named "core." The system would delete such files as junk. The lesson was, don't name valuable files core.
phrawgh: baronvonzipper: phrawgh: Barely legal is still legal, nonetheless.Thanks. I was holding my breath there for awhile.Pissing teens, on the other hand.
relaxitsjustme: This thread is seriously lacking in the barely legal teens dept.[hflol.com image 449x600]
Big Man On Campus: FTFA:Apple's iCloud email service has a neat trick: instead of relegating emails that contains phrases like "barely legal teens" to your spam folder, it simply doesn't deliver your message.You mean like a POP filter that's been around for over a decade? Is there no end to what can be claimed as innovative?
lordargent: Doesn't "barely legal teens" mean 18 year-olds?If they were 13-17, they wouldn't be legal (in most states).If they were 19, then they're not "barely" legal as they've been legal for over a year.18 is the only teen year that fits all of the criteria.
Bob Down: Passworded zip files. That's how management send their porn attachments to each other at work.
vygramul: It even looks into PDFs? So, if you PDFed a book you bought, they might delete it as a POSSIBLY illegal copy?
PsyLord: [www.luerzersarchive.com image 400x295]/ironic
lordargent: // have had legit e-mail go to my gmail spam folder before. Would not have been happy to have them deleted outright.
Marcintosh: Not if you read the comment section.
Blink: Being a nerd, I often see things and attribute an alignment to them. Whenever I experience any of Apple's products or read about them in the media (or witness their followers) -- I immediately think: Lawful Evil.At this point, I'm completely convinced they're textbook examples of LE. Control people with lies and deceit, yet do it with intelligence and competence. Now, I mostly wonder which layer of Hell their front office is based out of.
ZAZ: I don't care. Will my email about guaranteed 14 year old first time amateur virgin whores get through?
theflatline: Speaker2Animals: Rik01: Didn't Apple, with the iPod, develop a way for you to buy and download music -- which then expired after a period of time and could not be downloaded or copied to any other media? (I could be wrong here, but I dimly recall something about that. I don't own or use iPods.)No. ITMS has always been, you buy it and its yours and stays on your computer/iPod whatever forever. No expiration date was ever part of the deal.Tell that to the people that bought Siri before Apple decided to integrate it.
MayContainHorseGluten: Not sure what the big deal is here. Google, Hotmail, etc all likely do the exact same thing. 99.9999% of all emails with that subject line are likely spam or malware anyways. Next thing you'll be telling me emails about cheap Viagra are deleted from iCloud too!
hackhix: NOM[farm4.staticflickr.com image 850x566]
wrs1864: outbound spam filtering has been around for years. Any machine (or set of machines) that allows too much spam to be sent from them is at risk of being blocked by machines that receiving email, either on a local basis or via a DNSBL. It sounds like Apple is just doing a bad job of detecting what is spam and what isn't.Yes, this is another example of bad guys making life hard for the rest of us. :-<
St_Francis_P: And like Fark comment threads, several people disprove the premise of the article, while the rest ignore their posts and gripe about the headline subject.
Krieghund: lordargent: Doesn't "barely legal teens" mean 18 year-olds?If they were 13-17, they wouldn't be legal (in most states).If they were 19, then they're not "barely" legal as they've been legal for over a year.18 is the only teen year that fits all of the criteria.I always figured "bare-ly" was mostly a pun.[a248.e.akamai.net image 300x396]
GoldenEggs: YES, it IS true[i155.photobucket.com image 800x800]
digistil: St_Francis_P: And like Fark comment threads, several people disprove the premise of the article, while the rest ignore their posts and gripe about the headline subject.For Christ's farking sake, it didn't even take 10 comments for you to be proven correct. The thread just fell into a derpy abyss.
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