Originally Posted by dralb
lol, lets go back to where you posted that others opinions are stupid. You always seem to be the first one to criticize anyone that doesn't agree with you regardless of whether they are right or wrong.
Ah, ah, let's read that again!
"Because lots of times, *Red's voice* your opinion is stupid, dumbass!"
"... lots of times ..." Opinions can very well be stupid. CAN is the keyword here. If someone says, "Macs suck because I don't like them," that's an opinion, right? Furthermore, is it not a STUPID opinion?
You might have been taught in high school that opinions are everything, and they are bulletproof and not to be questioned. But the fact of the matter is that if one cannot provide proof for and back up his own opinion, the opinion is worth NOTHING.
With that said: am I not allowed to question someone who agrees with me? Sure, I do like Macs. That isn't hard to see. But is it wrong for me to ask someone who said "Macs suck" why
he or she said that? If they can answer reasonably, then I might consider and respect his opinion. If he's going to give me some "they don't play games" or "just because it's Apple" garbage, then I know that I don't want to listen to what he posts anymore, because his opinion is STUPID.
Originally Posted by Xecuter2
My laptop was 1250 on sale... It owns any macbook even stock. 8800mgts. It gets 3 hours on average use. My eepc gets a little more when overclocked thoug <>
MacBooks get 4-5 hours of battery life. That's with wireless on, and brightness at half. I find that to be more important in a laptop than a 8800 graphic card.
Of course that's what's important to me
. Only here stating my opinion as just that - an opinion