Anonymous, 08 Oct 2009Here u go mr.know it all. insurance matters to "Since 2003, UNOS has required that trans... moreThere are thousands of patients who've undergone transplant procedures and didn't have to pay a penny. Medi-Cal, Medicaide and Medicare has covered the costs. The scarcity is in the availability of the organs. That is why there is a transplant listing. And yes, without public healthcare, a lot of people could not afford to pay out of pocket for the procedure.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2009dont give me any more of your bs since you have no knowledge of how the health care system wor... moreMe? No knowledge of the US healthcare? Lol. I just happen to work in the public healthcare field. Do you want me to educate you on the different protocols on how the transplant listing works? Or maybe you want to explain to us how we determine a transplant candidate to be on the list. Go on :)
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2009I Quote again. "In countrys such as Canada or Switzerland that have national health care syst... moreUmmm, you didn't answer my question. Do you know who donated their organ for Jobs? Do you know how long he's been on the transplant list? Can you dictate a donor as to who they want to donate their organ to? Please stop the melodrama as if you run a charity for transplant patients. Do you know how much money Jobs donate every year to charities?
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Oh and it's Jobs fault that girl died. Do you know how many poor people around the world died because they cannot afford medical treatment? And you want to blame Jobs for all of those deaths? Again, your hate for the iphone has turned you into an irrational fool. Gosh you're a crazy person.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970iphone users made jobs rich to get his transplant fast.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2009Ummm, was there anything illegal about Steve Jobs transplant? Do you even know who the donor ... moreI Quote again. "In countrys such as Canada or Switzerland that have national health care systems, a patients FINANCES dont influence access to organs to the same extent." from the same article regarding jobs transplant.
I guess people with money in the states, is their life more important than those without money?
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2009Ummm, was there anything illegal about Steve Jobs transplant? Do you even know who the donor ... moredont give me any more of your bs since you have no knowledge of how the health care system works in the states.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2009Ummm, was there anything illegal about Steve Jobs transplant? Do you even know who the donor ... moreHere u go mr.know it all.
insurance matters to
"Since 2003, UNOS has required that transplant centers inform all candidates that they can be evaluated and listed at more than one center, and that they can also transfer their care from one center to another without losing the time they have accruddd on the waiting list. However,not everyone can afford to fly around the country and be evaluated at more than one transplant center. In fact,many people cant afford a liver transplant, period." "the cost of a liver transplant is $519,600- a price tag that excludes roughly one-third of americans because they dont have sufficent insurance(or any insurance)"
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2009Ummm, was there anything illegal about Steve Jobs transplant? Do you even know who the donor ... morePeople with money in the u.s get fast medical help and thats the truth.The health plan in the states sucks unless you're rich.What if a kid couldn't get the transplant in time cause jobs has money and the kid died.Is that fair? Dont talk about this hate B.S.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2009So apple stops BT transfer for people who want to share music illegally, but its O.K for jobs ... moreUmmm, was there anything illegal about Steve Jobs transplant? Do you even know who the donor was? Do you know all the details of Steve Jobs medical condition? How long he's kept this a secret? How long he's been on the waiting list for transplant? You being irrelevant. See what hate does to a person? It renders your mind irrational.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2009i have tried iphone and it doesnt interest me.You said you've tried the iphone and you're not interest in it, yet you're here.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2009So tell me what magical formula will a bunch of unpaid open source freaks use to squeeze the p... moreSo the N900 cannot send MMS? Hmmmm. Interesting. What will happen to all of those Nokia sheeps who bash the iphone for not being able to send MMS pre-3.0?
W-T-A 0016, 07 Oct 2009Compared The IPhone 3G S with Samsung B7330 Omnia PRO or to Nokia E-72 ?? !! Who's better??? ... moreHey am not a iphone fan but I have to say that the iphone is way better than both of these phones. The iphone's screen is better and touch they are not. The iphone is faster with a better Os and more ram. I love Samsung but the B7330 is just for someone that's not a big phone user, someone that just wants a little more than a regular cell. If you want a high power phone with a Qwerty than I recommend the Samsung B7610. If you dont need the Qwerty and really want an advance phone than go for the i8910 Omnia hd. Check the specs on this site.
Apple waited so many years before entering the mobile business, while Nokia and Ericsson have manufacture thousands of devices. Why? Because mobiles were for talking and sending messages. When it comes to software, Apple knows what to do. Apple is in the market now, and knows a lot about what could stands at the end of the road. Other companies, like Nokia, are still till this moment making mobile phones where the most important thing for them is the design and every thing else, except the software. This is why Nokia is out of date with its OS. You want an OS without many problems (Don't jailbreak it) buy iPhone, you want Oses with problems, buy others. This is at least the way where we stand now. Perhaps, in the near future, Nokia is going to make an operating system for themselves which is problem free and better than Apple iPhone. The design? Yes Nokia and Sonyericsson are more beautiful, we are not too much looking for beauty. I see two OSes, Mac and Winmo in mobile phones, the smart-phones. Am I wrong? Yes maybe.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2009i have tried iphone and it doesnt interest me.ok, convinced
This is just little note that it pays to switch iphone 3gs off for 5 seconds if you keep on all time as it backs up all your stuff you have been doing ive found this out and just one more.. WHO said you can't use flash player well Apple your wrong it works a treat on my Iphone 3gs ..i made my own software for it ..
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970So tell me what magical formula will a bunch of unpaid open source freaks use to squeeze the performance capabilities you are attributing to the N900, without using one I might add, which as the hardware is not better than the iPhone 3GS and several other modern smartphones, given Linux and it's abysmal lack of driver support?
This is the reason it has no MMS, is stuck in landscaoe for everything except phonecalls and has a host of other features which are absent or missing.
Now you may think a few youtube videos, specifically selected to show the N900 in the best light may be way to proclaim a phone "king" but it isn't.
Linux still has driver issues, people don't want to work on those for free, they want to work on the eye candy side so that their work is seen.
You may return to the flock of hundreds of millions of Nokia sheep, you wouldn't want to go against the biggest flock of phone sheep on earth.
I think fans of iPhone are seeking perfection, it is not a matter of bluetooth file exchange, or camera flash etc..
iPhone is nearly perfect, it is 3 years old only, you want a flash and other features, wait and see. One thing: iPhone will keep being a phone, not a computer, or a "Megapixel", or a Play Station. You want these features, go Samsung or other brands. Stop the battle, iPhone can't be compared to any Nokia available in the market, Nokia need to work on themselves to be compared to any Apple product, mainly iPhone.