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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by MACDRIVE, Apr 28, 2007.
I ran across this forum while searching Google for flashlights.
That forum is active; check it out!
I can not believe that people have these addiction things. *pets G5*
Yes... that forum is very active. I wouldn't go as far as to say macrumors has met its match. Active forumos dont necessary yield quality information.
I like their colors.
Sorry, but I think MR outshines them.
Are you saying they are a few bulbs short.
Of a Search Spotlight
Finally, a forum where iPhone will not be mentioned in every thread.
wait until they come out with a wifi flashlight.
I was under impression it's already in the iPhone? Unfortunately, only G not the latest N standard.
The iPhone has a flashlight in it?!?
Its gonna be bright enough with the display.
Alright so I couldn't help myself, but I think you will get the allusion pretty quickly. Forum link
They can't hold a candle to MR...
Yes we are much brighter here...
Flashlight collecting?! Is there anything people don't collect now a days? And I thought my Atari collection was a little off.
Maybe Microsoft should start making flashlights for collectors because they know that their customers will never need to use them .
Is it just me or does the name of their newest member look familiar?
They don't have the amazingly handsome moderators that we do. Poor bastards.
haha obviously it looks familiar my friend, didn't you see my post above? That was the whole point.
They have a "post your own DIY lanyard" thread... I'm shivering. ANd teh worst is that thread is big
Why do I get the feeling MACDRIVE was searching for fleshlights and mistyped?
Those who are feeling brave may google, and do bear in mind the links you find are not work safe.
I don't know what funnier; Laughing at the idea of a successful torch and bulb forum, or the irony that us MacRumorers are laughing at the idea of a successful torch and bulb forum.
I like that their newbies are 'unenlightened' their members are 'enlightened' and they have a level of 'Flashaholic'. I'm wondering what mad jew could achieve, 'The Sun'?
I dunno. I don't have much to say about candles.
True enough, MJ. The romantic mood created by the soft flicker of a few candle flames would clash with the urgent raunchness of your furious leg humping. Plus, the dancing shadows cast by such activities might be forever emblazoned on one's brain.
Oh, and when did your not having much to say ever stop you posting?
Like a candle in the wind, unreliable.