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Re: Spot the difference?


2004-04-22 03:26:39 AM
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Hi Ben,
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So I probably wait for some time then.
i think waiting (if possible) is currently a good idea.
Perhaps at the beginning of the next year the decision which road to take will be easier
- at least i hope so.
Andre
 
 

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"Andre Kaufmann" <## XXXX@XXXXX.COM ##>wrote in message
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>Incorrect. One can still compile BCB projects with BCBX and
>from what I have gathered from TeamB members, I believe that
....

Would you call that

"supports VCL framework"

if you are able to compile the VCL source code -
but have to switch to the BCB6 IDE to edit the GUI part ?
Not to mention the time it takes to get the project to build when
you have to put it together by hand, deal with the linker/ide bugs
etc. I wouldn't say that it supports the VCL framework. I would
say that with a lot of patience and time on your hands, you can
crowbar a vcl project into CBX. Then it seems to work for the
most part.
 

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Morten

Looters prefer Diet Pepsi?
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Looters prefer Diet Pepsi?

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Lol!
Morten
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Morten Espeland a scris:
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AFP (French) vs. AP (American)
Ils sont fou ces franšais!
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These two might survive, but don't worry. Now that the police will be
doing fewer rescues, the police can start making sure that everyone
starves properly, capititalism style.
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Morten
Black people are looters and white people just "find" stuff? It's not
that cut and dry; the captions are from two different news outlets.
Still, it's good to be aware of stuff like this.
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At 21:01:16, 01.09.2005, Ben Matterson wrote:
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>Morten

Black people are looters and white people just "find" stuff?
You got it. <g>
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The Black guy took beer and the White woman took soda?
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The white people have nice backpacks - they're obviously better off
financially. Probably they worked harder in school so that they'd have more
opportunities in life. Opportunities like "finding" bread in a local store
so they wouldn't have to resort to "looting" like their underprivileged
friend. ;)
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>Morten

Black people are looters and white people just "find" stuff? It's not
that cut and dry; the captions are from two different news outlets.
You don't know what the real story is behind the photos. Maybe the black
dude shot someone before looting the store. There isn't enough information
to tell.
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The Black guy took beer and the White woman took soda?
Not beer. Malt Liquor. <g>
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At 01:09:55, 02.09.2005, Beach Bum wrote:
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You don't know what the real story is behind the photos. Maybe the
black dude shot someone before looting the store. There isn't enough
information to tell.
If that were true, I guess it would be mentioned. Since that would be
{*word*190}, not looting.
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Not to rain on the parade any, but Urban Legends has an article on
these photos.
www.snopes.com/photos/katrina/looters.asp
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A Salon article on the photographs by Aaron Kinney suggests the
captions were a result of a combination of contexual and stylistic
differences:
Jack Stokes, AP's director of media relations, confirmed today that
[photographer Dave] Martin says he witnessed the people in his images
looting a grocery store. "He saw the person go into the shop and take
the goods," Stokes said, "and that's why he wrote 'looting' in the
caption."
Regarding the AFP/Getty "finding" photo by [photographer Chris]
Graythen, Getty spokeswoman Bridget Russel said, "This is obviously a
big tragedy down there, so we're being careful with how we credit these
photos." Russel said that Graythen had discussed the image in question
with his editor and that if Graythen didn't witness the two people in
the image in the act of looting, then he couldn't say they were looting.
The photographer who took the Getty/AFP picture, Chris Graythen, also
posted the reasons behind his caption:
I wrote the caption about the two people who 'found' the items. I
believed in my opinion, that they did simply find them, and not
'looted' them in the definition of the word. The people were swimming
in chest deep water, and there were other people in the water, both
white and black. I looked for the best picture. there were a million
items floating in the water - we were right near a grocery store that
had 5+ feet of water in it. it had no doors. the water was moving, and
the stuff was floating away. These people were not ducking into a store
and busting down windows to get electronics. They picked up bread and
cokes that were floating in the water. They would have floated away
anyhow.
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