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Title
636
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12274
Strolling through Toys'R'Us with my daughter when suddenly...
4611
When a local furniture commercial makes the volume of their commercial twice as loud as every other commercial
1116
Shopping from Canada in the U.S., online.
52396
Wife: "I wish I was a trophy wife." Me: "You are a trophy wife! You're a participation trophy! :D "
3749
When that cute girl from high school wants to randomly reconnect after years of no contact to go "have lunch"
4748
You can't get worked up about something if you don't care about anything.
985
Call Your Senators About Cassidy-Graham. Enough Is Enough.
1738
She cared more about what people thought than her actions
572
My recent job experience
131
Worth it.
261
Don't tell them what you don't want them to know.
104
My 3 year old getting into the car today...
6323
I knew something was wrong!
113
Thank goodness for trip cancelation insurance
125
What a time to be alive
24
I couldn't be happier for a moment... I just don't get it
130
Nicest old woman I have ever met.
145
It's time to change my password at work
183
Wise beyond my years, I guess.
32
Dad always said "only burn as many bridges as you gotta to win the war"
383
Day job struggles
79
A reminder in light of the Kevin Hart incident
452
I'm ashamed of the leadership in this country.
23025
Just heard this in my dorm.
207
I know some of you guys have done this before.
5
When I see an ad in the middle of a video on Facebook
18
I really do have the best boss
81
So satisfying...
36
Me on the drive to work this morning
152
After every natural disaster....
13
The unfortunate reality of Tinder
2761
After seeing John Kelly literally facepalm in reaction to Trump's UN speech
46
The lady on the phone said nobody else was having trouble, just me
192
In the end, it doesn't even matter
209
After living pay check to pay check
25
I know he's trying to be thorough, but can we get the show started!?
73
The good ol' switcheroo
86
Didn't think this needed to be said, but ladies...
11
Floored it past someone after being stuck behind them for 6 no-passing-zone miles at 15mph only for them to stop beside me at the next red light and ask "what my hurry is"...
34
Popup ad tried to circumvent uBlock Origin by invoking Chrome PDF Viewer. It got blocked anyway.
8073 ariadesu 2D face recognition and 3D face recognition are different features. Apple isn't the first company to include the feature in a commercial product, I think Xbox One does it. But the default Android 8.0 phones do not have it either. 2D face recognition can be tricked with [a picture of someone's face](https://twitter.com/MelTajon/status/904058526061830144).
1481 Contact40 I don't know that "everyone" is losing their minds.
336 Neutral_Positron Upvote for use of proper phrase (Joker originally says 'Nobody panics', not 'bats an eye').
562 Polenicus I think the 'panic' is because Apple is removing the home button, implying (Correctly or not) that the facial recognition thing is the *only* way to unlock the phone. Of which there is a precedent with the headphone jack thing.
1052 TurnNburn I'm an android user. But I've realized this: Android introduces new features that half-way work and are half-assed. Apple takes time to make sure features work and are polished.
113 yiliu I think the reason why people get excited when Apple does something is that historically, when Apple does it, it's useful and sticks around and becomes an industry standard. When most other companies do it, it's a one-off crappy feature to add a bullet point to their ad, and after a short run it disappears forever (or until Apple re-implements it a couple years later). MP3 players were around before the iPod. They sucked pretty badly, big bulky CD-player looking monstrosities with a tendency to overheat and break easily. Microsoft did tablets long before Apple. They were crappy and nobody used them, just Windows with a shitty touch-screen. Fingerprint scanners had been around for like 10 years before the iPhone had them, but they were only on expensive laptops, software didn't support them, and they didn't work half the time (or worked easily when they shouldn't have). I'm not an Apple fanboy, but when they launch a feature I pay attention, because I can look forward to seeing the same feature implemented in a useful way on Android phones a year or two later. The people who are complaining that "Somebody else did it first!" are missing the point. _I don't care_ unless it's something I can actually buy and use.
183 903012 Are people panicking over this? Why?
229 regreddit_ The only people I see "losing there minds" are the anti-Apple crowd. I don't think I have seen one Apple fan claiming it's revolutionary. Reddit is weird sometimes.