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Top message:  new droid 2, new set of problems by voyagerboy   Sep 25, 2010, 1:46 PM

Replying to:  wtf by voyagerboy   Sep 26, 2010, 8:09 PM

Re: wtf

by mupi    Sep 26, 2010, 11:55 PM

I guarantee you that you don't know more about the phone than Menno, or than me. We have both attempted to help you, more than once. You didn't even know about the long-press until about your third original droid, yet you claim you "know more than most"?

the fact that you have had the same problem, over and over again, proves that MOST of the problems you are having, *ARE* user error. remember the long press? (Which in fact is something I have said, and I think menno has said as well, the "MOST of your problems" are user related; not that all of your problems are. Someone who can't distinguish between "most" and "all" probably won't be able to understand the subtle difference between "short press" and "long press", much less many of the other subtleties of the OS).

Not sure what "like minded clandestine over the internet" even means, so I'm going to leave it at that unless you want to explain that comment further.

It is not "they're" personal "benifit", for what it's worth; it's "their" personal benefit. I don't generally critique grammar on this forum, because it's not generally relevant, and pretty much never productive, but in this case, I think it speaks volumes to your competency. "You can't fix stupid", and although the applie and the iphone make a remarkable effort in that regard, Android, Google, Motorola, the Droid, Droid2, etc, never claimed to be able to accomplish it.

As far as it being "rational judgement", I think pretty much everyone who participates in this forum would disagree with that assessment. Ditto the "constructive criticism", with few exceptions. The few bits of constructive criticism you have managed to level, have been acknowledged. for example, the keyboard. Or the placement of the light/proximity sensor, which you seem to inadvertently trigger on a regular basis, those are legitimate gripes, but after having 5 of the darn things (well, for any sane person, after less than 30 days with just 1) would know that those are issues *for them* and steer clear. It's one thing to state that you wish that they had done ___ differently, but an entirely different case to walk into it with both eyes open, and to then try to turn around and claim it's "junk" or "worthless" and "you can't believe [those companies] are making so much money/selling so many units. To then top it off by whining and crying like a baby until you get a company to give you a free replacement (and then in the same breath turn around and bad mouth that same company...), it's at best approaching Troll behavior, and at worst, it is deliberate troll behavior.

As to it being "your" thread...sorry, but the rest of us have to put up with your useless drivel. This is a public forum, so threads belong to everyone. If you don't want someone calling your troll 4$$ out, then don't post. Go bother the iphone fanboys, since you are constantly lusting after one of those, or buy a phone that matches your intellectual level. Maybe a jitterbug, like Menno suggests, or a Kin.

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