Sunday, June 5, 2011

cross country jumping falls

cross country jumping falls. XC These clips are from January 2010 to Present :) The jumps are in our field and it is the closest we have been to cross country jumping :) I have never
  • XC These clips are from January 2010 to Present :) The jumps are in our field and it is the closest we have been to cross country jumping :) I have never

  • chanerz
    Jul 31, 05:13 AM
    ur addy is showing!!!

    cross country jumping falls. Horse Riding Cross Country And
  • Horse Riding Cross Country And

  • vincenz
    Apr 6, 09:43 PM
    Come on...update MobileMe already...

    cross country jumping falls. Cross country jumps
  • Cross country jumps

  • XIII
    Mar 17, 10:43 AM
    Cool. Very nicely designed site too.. Well done.

    cross country jumping falls. cross country jumping horse.
  • cross country jumping horse.

  • nizmoz
    Dec 28, 08:38 AM
    Well said. I was going to start typing a similar post but glad you did. The person that replied to the OP above saying IT people are clueless is 100% wrong as you are the one that is clueless. I run a IT department and there is no way MACs would ever become the Computer of choice over any Windows machine that has way more software for the enterprise than a MAC will ever see. And using Bootcamp is a waste of funds as PCs are cheaper. It always takes someone who has no clue about how IT works to say something like that.

    Yeah, sure. Because all of those business/enterprise applications written exclusively for Windows run ah-so smoothly on Macs...

    Just accept it, folks: There is no business case for using Macs in an enterprise environment.

    Compatibility? Fail. (There is a world beyond the Microsoft .doc format where enterprise applications live. There's OLD Java, and many Java apps require a very specific Oracle JVM to run. There's .NET. There's Sharepoint. There's an IBM mainframe you need to talk to. There are department printers that have no OS X drivers. There's a long list of office equipment that only plays well with Windows.)

    Enterprise-ready? Fail. See compatibility, see support, see backup.

    Central administration? Fail. Try applying group policies to a Mac.

    Central backup? Fail. No, Time Machine is NOT an enterprise solution.

    TCO? Fail. Expensive hardware, short-lived platform support.

    Enterprise-support from the manufacturer (Apple)? HUGE fail.

    Roadmaps? Fail. Apple doesn't even know what the word means. You just cannot plan with this company and their products.

    Product longevity? Knock-out Fail. (Try getting support for OS X Leopard in two years from now. Try getting support for Tiger or Panther TODAY. Then compare it to Windows XP, an OS from the year that will be officially supported until 2014. Then make your strategic choice and tell me with a straight face that you want to bet your money on Cupertino toys.)

    It's MUCH easier to integrate Linux desktops into an enterprise environment than it is to put Mac OS X boxes in there. Why? Because some "blue chip" companies like Oracle and IBM actually use, sell and support Linux and make sure that it can be used in an enterprise environment.

    Trying to push a home user/consumer platform like the Mac into a corporate environment is a very bad idea. Especially if the company behind the product recently even announced that they dropped their entire server hardware because nobody wanted them. Why should the head of a large IT department trust a company that just dropped their only product that was even remotely targeted at the enterprise market? It's like asking a CTO to bet the company's IT future on Nintendo Wiis.

    And just for your info: I've had those discussions at the World Health Organization of the United Nations, and it turned out to be IMPOSSIBLE to integrate Macs into their IT environment. I had the only Mac (a 20" Core Duo) in a world wide network because I was able to talk someone higher up the ladder into approving the purchase order for it, but then I quickly had to give up on OS X and instead run Windows on it in order to get my job as an IT admin done and be able to use the IT resources of the other WHO centers. OS X Tiger totally sucked in our network for almost all of the above reasons, but Windows Vista and XP got the job done perfectly. It wasn't very persuasive to show off a Mac that only runs Windows. That's what you get for being an Apple fanboy, which I admittedly was at that time.

    Where I work now, two other people bought Macs, and one of them has ordered Windows 7 yesterday and wants me to wipe out OS X from his hard disk and replace it with Windows. He's an engineer and not productive with OS X, rather the opposite: OS X slows him down and doesn't provide any value to him.

    And personally, after more than five years in Apple land, I will now also move away from OS X. It's a consumer platform that's only there to lock people into the Apple hardware and their iTunes store. If the web browser and iTunes and maybe Final Cut Studio, Logic Studio or the Adobe Creative Suites are the only pieces of software that you need to be happy, then OS X probably is okay for you. For everything else, it quickly becomes a very expensive trap or just a disappointment. When Apple brag about how cool it is to run Windows in "Boot Camp" or a virtualization software, then this rather demonstrates the shortcomings of the Mac platform instead of its strengths. I can also run Windows in VirtualBox on Linux. But why is this an advantage? Where's the sense in dividing my hardware resources to support TWO operating systems to get ONE job done? What's the rationalization for that? There is none. It just shows that the Mac still is not a full computing platform without Microsoft products. And that is the ultimate case AGAINST migrating to Mac OS X.


    cross country jumping falls. jump at the cross country
  • jump at the cross country

  • Jmouse
    May 1, 09:57 PM
    Hello ,

    I have an i phone Classic, wanted to update it and use it as a whatever device.
    What would be the latest firmware for the 2G iphone.
    And how do i go on activating it? i dont think i have my AT & T sim handy.


    cross country jumping falls. of a rotational fall.
  • of a rotational fall.

  • Ideb
    Apr 13, 03:25 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8F190)

    The tech at the Cingular store told me it would be next year before 5 will appear. Not sure how reliable that is or where he got his info. I asked him how sure of that he was. He stated he was very sure.


    cross country jumping falls. cross country and jumping
  • cross country and jumping

  • BigJohno
    Nov 23, 12:34 PM
    For some reason when I save in Illustrator cs5 to my Flash drive it gives me an error saying there was an I/0 Problem and the disk was ejected. I have tried this on a few computers. There is no problem with the flash drive because I use it with other files no problem. Has anyone eles ran into this problem?

    cross country jumping falls. cross country jumps
  • cross country jumps

  • lamerlizer
    Oct 25, 10:11 PM
    hey! i'm going to buy leopard too! :)


    cross country jumping falls. Horse Falls: Futile Flight
  • Horse Falls: Futile Flight

  • rxse7en
    Jul 30, 02:30 PM
    Bite me. People need to have more tolerance to other religions. Period. Christianity is not the only religion on the planet, though some seem to think it should be.

    Whaaaa!!! An anonymous poster on a computer website doesn't think like I do! Whaaaa!!!!

    Practice what you preach, punk.

    cross country jumping falls. The cross-country test takes
  • The cross-country test takes

  • ivnds
    Feb 19, 11:35 AM
    hi! i'm on the look again for an iphone, preferably unlocked and not scratched or damaged.

    Send me offers. thanks.


    cross country jumping falls. several falls — replaced
  • several falls — replaced

  • ComputersaysNo
    Apr 8, 12:11 PM
    check out this resurection of the commodore 64

    cross country jumping falls. Horse Falls: All the right
  • Horse Falls: All the right

  • emw
    Feb 12, 02:39 PM
    This is great. I like the addition of European blood into the Moderator folk to help with additional time zones.


    cross country jumping falls. Cross-country Fall
  • Cross-country Fall

  • TantalizedMind
    Apr 4, 09:56 AM
    I hate AT&T with a passion. Yet, I'd never switch to Verizon because I'm hooked on 3Mbps + speeds. They're the crack of carriers.

    AT&T is the worst company I have ever had. We dropped them 6+ years ago for a reason. They always tried to get away with charging a little extra on the bill.. Your a bajillion dollar company and you have to scam people out of extra money? Rot in HELL!

    cross country jumping falls. Eventing competitor on cross-
  • Eventing competitor on cross-

  • MattG
    Jan 4, 08:20 AM
    Welp... Got Notes 7.02 today.

    Visually, it looks "fatter". The fonts are more substantial. Almost bold in look. It also looks more "modern" if you will.. or more "mac-like".
    The installer actually uses the default OS X installer. That's nice.
    The whole BS "Lotus Notes" directory with all it's turds is replaced by a nice applicaiton bundle. That's nice.
    They added Safari as an option for URL handlers. That's nice.
    It upgraded 6.5.x just fine, though I had moved my data directory to my home directory a while back, not sure (yet) how the upgrade will go if one's data directory still exists in the app's hierarchy.
    It IS a Universal Binary! WooHoo!! That's REALLY nice!

    It's still a carbon app. That's NOT nice. You'll notice the old MacOS watch icon. A sure sign of a carbonized app.
    It still uses BinHex 4.0 as the default Mac attachment encoder. That's NOT nice.

    I don't know how it handles emails with embeded java or HTML (I'm sure other users have experienced Notes crashes when reading some emails with HTML in them). Wait and see on that one.
    It seems to be a bit faster, despite being a carbon app still. Wait and see on that one.

    Well good to hear there are some improvements. Will have to see about downloading this today.


    cross country jumping falls. Cross Country Jumping Water.
  • Cross Country Jumping Water.

  • rainman::|:|
    Sep 18, 10:34 AM
    well, i'd just pop Photoshop open for the task. but free programs? not sure...

    What you maybe could do with GraphicConverter (I haven't used it in forever, so i'm not sure what it can do) is make your whole photo grayscale, then bring in parts of the photo (a copy, rather) in color and paste them over top...

    cross country jumping falls. British open 2008 - Indoor cross country RIDER FALLS. This rider fell off in the British Open Indoor Cross Country. As you can see, she#39;s not hurt,
  • British open 2008 - Indoor cross country RIDER FALLS. This rider fell off in the British Open Indoor Cross Country. As you can see, she#39;s not hurt,

  • Bastich
    Nov 2, 02:14 AM
    Can we please stop calling it a "2G" Shuffle now? That is the single stupidest naming convention I have ever seen, and will continue to cause confusion well into the future. Even "G2" and up is better now, thanks to the demise of the PowerPC.


    cross country jumping falls. Clea Phillipps Falls Badminton
  • Clea Phillipps Falls Badminton

  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 15, 08:02 PM
    Indeed, it's an odd juxtaposition. In order to not appear to be hypocrites on their budget reform, some Republicans may have to backtrack on all the moral rhetoric they use to defend the death penalty.

    If we are in such dire straits that we need to cut unions' collective bargaining in order to balance the budget, why should we need to spend tens of millions of dollars killing prisoners?

    cross country jumping falls. the cross country course.
  • the cross country course.

  • jwesty5
    Nov 19, 12:35 PM
    I think many people are missing the boat on Steve Jobs alleged statement. Saying TJ Maxx is "not an authorized reseller" is just stating a fact. It's not as if Apple even cares that TJ Maxx is doing this. In fact Jobs is probably happy at the fact that the iPad is getting yet more publicity at his competitors expense and spending $0 while doing so.

    cross country jumping falls. Rolex Cross Country Jumping.
  • Rolex Cross Country Jumping.

  • Firefox123
    Dec 25, 05:54 AM
    Is there any way to have an untethered jb for an iPod Touch 4th gen? Are there options beyond redsnow?
    Merry Christmas, BTW

    Apr 22, 11:12 AM
    Name one application that will run on a pro version and not the home, or vice versa.

    You dont understand how OS version works? The newest version runs ALL software for the OS. Android 2.3 does exactly that. Of course an app written for 2.3 wont run on 1.6. Thats just common sense.

    Nov 10, 12:58 PM
    Having a free trial doesn't make it a free app, and crippled software is just that. No big deal, was just pointing out the title of the thread.

    In my mind it's still free. No it's not freeware but you can use it and get some productivity out of it even if it's only for a limited time. Thus free.

    Jan 7, 10:41 PM
    The title of this thread made me think there was an origami competition. :)

    Anyway, I just joined the MacRumors team.

    Dec 15, 10:51 PM
    how do i make my top bar black???

    I used SnowTunes Noir ( (it's part of the download, there's three versions in one installer, both Noir and HUD are dark, just different styles). It's been working well for a long time now.


    Oct 18, 01:49 AM
    Anyone from Bruges can meet up at the GCA in the Geldmuntstraat. There's a Leopard Night from 6pm to 8h30pm. There will be demos of Leopard (I don't have more information yet)

    link: GCA (

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