Discussion in 'WWDC 2008 discussions' started by shady23, Jun 10, 2008.
uhm 2.0 is gonna be released next month noob
Was the use of the word "noob" really necessary?
You could have made a point without the use of derogatory names, but you instead chose to make your post look a lot less intelligent by calling the original poster, someone who took time to type his post, a "noob".
Get a life.
Sorry if you are offended.
This coming from someone named SHADY and only has ONE POST.
This is just baseless Fear Mongering.
Yes, a lot of his post is based on assumptions, but I think it's safe to say that if you want to continue to use a jailbroken device, you shouldn't upgrade right away. D:
who cares if you can't jailbreak it yet, the app store apps are objective c, most of the installer apps are jiggy, which is crappy
sorry buddy, but someone with the name shady and this is his first post, i dont think anyone is going to listen to him, so since this is his first post, is technically we can call him a n00b, cause he is one, when he starts getting somewhere we can call him shady
and @ shady, I am going to upgrade it no matter what you say, cause its about time someone comes out with some amazing games!, so too bad so sad, sorry to dissapoint you, im upgrading
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And it's not the word that bothers me, it's the fact that people use it to insult someone. Is it their fault they have one post? Everyone has one post at one point.
It's not like he made a useless first post saying "hi" or something of that manner. <_<
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well, sorry, thats the way life is, its tuff, its a dog eat dog world out there, what do you expect, not to be offensive though, but yeah
Separate names with a comma.