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iPhone 4 Antenna Brew-ha

By jefflime ·
In reading Consumer Reports iPhone 4 Antenna review, published on July 2nd. I find it very sad that you're reporting on matters iPhone is generally so negative and sensational. A read of their unbiased report and found it to be very informative and level headed, perhaps you should consider being more objective and less sensational in you reporting? What say you?
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It's like

by santeewelding In reply to OH Dear (pun intended)

When someone says, "Have a nice day!"

To which one says, "You mean -- there's another kind?"

Better be a goddamned nice flucking day, or I'm going to take names and kick ***.

I will that it be so.

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It involves

by seanferd In reply to Well since you posted her ...

a lot of bare copper wire, a steel rod, high current, and a hammer.

(cf <i>Collected texts of The Scummy One</i> for further details.)

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NA you got that wrong

by OH Smeg In reply to It involves

It involves a lot of Enameled Copper Wire with a foot or so at either end stripped back.

if it was uninsulated copper wire it would just conduct electricity in the shortest possible line where as with coiled insulated copper you get inductance included.

Col

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Well, if we're going coiled, I'd have to agree.

by seanferd In reply to It involves

As a matter of fact, why don't we include coil specifications for two conductors and a ferromagnetic core? This could be fun.

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Brew-ha.

by seanferd In reply to I like brew-ha

the Laughing Beer. (La Bier qui Rit.)

Have you Laughed today? ™

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Is that

by NexS In reply to Brew-ha.

An Americanism?

If my beer starts laughing, that's normally a sign that I've had too much beer.

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In a twisted way, yes.

by seanferd In reply to Is that

American (because I wrote it), but based on French product marketing which happened to lend itself to the situation.

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Stands to reason

by NexS In reply to In a twisted way, yes.

But I'm still not completely comfortable with the idea of laughing beer.

Now it's got me thinking of a beer-type happy clown out of Happy Gilmore...

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OK, now I'm frightened.

by seanferd In reply to Stands to reason

:0 !

I certainly don't want a bottle of beer actually laughing, and certainly no clowns involved.

So I guess we're even, now. :^0

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Now you understand

by NexS In reply to Stands to reason

"A burden shared."
Thank you.

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