I didn't want to see the race disappear. It was kind of an entry to spring or summer,'' Sullivan said. Sullivan has organized the River Run 5K and 10K, which steps off Sunday afternoon at Iron Horse Boulevard. The 10K race 6.2 miles will start near the intersection with Mall Way at noon. Both races end on Iron Horse Boulevard near Mall Way. The race, which is sanctioned by USA Track and Field, is sponsored by the East Granby Simsbury Rotary Club, the Simsbury Chamber of Commerce and the Simsbury Culture, Parks and Recreation Department. The old Drake Hill Race was 5.7 miles. But this year, Sullivan decided to add a challenge for the competitive runner and a manageable distance for the recreational runner. There will be very, very good runners and you will also get your weekend warriors such as myself,'' Sullivan said.'' During the race, the Valley YMCA will sponsor a mini Olympics in the Mall Way parking lot for younger children and their families. 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My husband (engineer) is a staunch PC, so I felt justified to stay PC with his help and influence, despite being hassled at work by people who said they were PCs and are so happy they switched. This year, I got a free laptop through work, and my choice was a Dell Latitude 15" or a Macbook Pro 15". I kind of hate Dell, and so went through this internal debate, and was really struggling to decide. My previous laptop was a Samsung 460X, which I absolutely loved, even though it was getting on the slow side for what I was using it for. I got all the possible upgrades, plus a thunderbolt display and a thunderbolt 6TB external drive (I am a research scientist and have lots of high def video from experiments). I thought I was so set! Importantly, my backup plan was to wipe the Mac HD and reinstall with Windows and run it solely as a PC. I wasn't sure I could use all the peripherals though, if I did that (any comments on that, folks?) Thunderbolt display, thunderbolt HD, magic mouse and Mac Keyboard. I am still considering doing this, and again, my colleagues think I am crazy. So, I get this supposedly easy to use machine, and I can't do anything on it. I hated it, and wouldn't use it for about 3 weeks (my colleagues could not believe that my massive 27" display was sitting on my desk essentially a mirror for 3 weeks). Finally, I bit the bullet and started using the Mac. It is 6 weeks later, and I am still struggling. I think my biggest problem is that I love MS Office, and use outlook and will not consider using Mac's little calendar or mail programs. And, alas, Outlook is not the same on the Mac. I do love the track pad, and the display is great. But, I don't feel like this set up is blazing fast. I think I am running things in the background that are slowing me down, like time machine, and I don't know how to streamline. And, I didn't realize the firewall didn't come "on". That just baffles me. I do not think it is easier to use. I cannot find the commands I need without going through all kinds of web surfing. I don't know how much of my frustration is due to MS making it harder on purpose Anyway, I have almost decided to stick with the Mac OS, but I would really like some resources on learning the OS better. Mac's site is ridiculous, tells you essentially nothing that isn't obvious. That is my story about switching to Mac. The discussion here starts off broken. On the price point, this thread compares the price of a fully built ready to go apple with the parts cost of a top end PC. I suppose many folks here would not put any value on their own time (which is a bit sad), but since the discussion is meant to show how the common dolt is being duped, you have to consider the package price. Of course, that also means that everyone who has said "all of this is sooooo true" has never bought furniture because the component price for wood, stain an lacquer is so much less than what you buy finished furniture for, you would have to be a stupid status fixated hipster to spend that kind of cash. Everyone has the knowledge and skill to build their own furniture and finish it properly. The common dolt would have to spend a tremedous amount of time learning enough about PC's, parts, (just how much time would you spend comparing Intel vs AMD and all the processor variations, and then a video card, etc.) and looking around for the least expensive vendors. For the "average person" who really knows nothing about computers, that is an insane amount of time. That alone likely covers the difference between the two options. If you don't believe it, consider the least competent person you have helped out with their computer (often a relative would be a good example for this, perhaps your parents). Assume they needed a computer. You give them two options: 1) a mac ready to go, or 2) a cardboard box with all of the PC component parts and a couple of discs with windows and some basic apps and $1000. $1000 being half the cost difference originally quoted because half the effort is getting all the parts together. We will be generous and say that in the box are all the manuals and errata sheets for the PC parts. All of them, not just the useful pages. The catch is that if they take the box of PC parts, they have to put it together entirely by themselves and have to get it completely done and working before they get the cash. If you found out a month later that they had a working computer, which one do you think they would have gone with? You are going to be picking up a box of parts and your $1000. They would not have gotten past the first few pages of the first manual and decided that $1000 didn't look all that appealing if they actually needed a computer. So, if you want to make a real comparison, you have to compare the Apple to the equivalent Dell/Alienware, HP, Lenovo even Acer. The gap does begin to shrink. Quite a bit. Good luck finding ANY vendors that would deliver an equivalent to the custom top of the line bundle offered before (or the current equivalent). For lower end hardware, you can't beat a PC. It's basic economics. Apple, the sole provider of apple products, has no competition in the field, sets their own bar and delivers, at what some consider a premium. There are many PC vendors, and their core product is often reduced to who sells it for the lowest cost. So your off the shelf PCs tend to have cheaper components, or less than optimal memory, or tons of bloatwae. everything that would make the end user unhappy with the PC "experience." I'm a PC guy. I have never owned a Mac. And my few forays into finishing furniture have told me, that I would rather pay for finished furniture. I don't do my own auto oil changes anymore either. Why, because the value of the time and effort involved was much higher to do it myself than to pay someone else to do it. I will say that I do have an iphone and I love it. Mainly because I only want my phone to do a few things, and I want it to be simple, and when I have to use my phone for something other than talking, I want it to be quick and intuitive. I'm not using it to make graphics in GIMP/Inkscape. I'm probably just looking up something simple on a webpage. I will leave complicated for my home or work PC. To try to make comparisons between a Mac and a parted custom machine is just logically flawed. There is a value to time and a value to knowledge Likely that is how a lot of people earn their living. The common dolt does not always have the time or knowlege to make a PC work as well for them as a Mac would. I know lots of people who when faced with a BSOD, stuck their computer in a closet and eventually just bought another PC because they didn't know what to do with it. Apples and PCs both have their place and uses, and both have pros and cons to particular people. Macs do appear to be more intuitive and easier to use. PCs appear to be able to do a lot more, but require a lot more know how to setup and keep them going. I guess it all depends on what you need your computer to do, and where you place the value of ease vs. flexibility. You do know that most any computer parts retailer does offer assembly service and I have never seen this charge exceed $200. Ok so now the under performing lower quality mac is only $1,600 more expensive. I could have compared this Mac Pro to any equally spec'd machine available from any competitor and the mac still would have been at least $1,000 more expensive still. You completely missed the point of this article was to illustrate the massive price inflation imposed by "Apple" not simply costing more by having a pre manufactured machine, there is a massive difference. All the same I guess you and I are just 2 completely different types of people, you value your time I value my money. Why pay someone else to do something I actually enjoy doing ?. 653972 500 Kobe 9 EM,For every one wearing slippers are important because it keep you warm and generally it prevents from developing varicose veins. The typical reaction of any one male or female, children or adult is to remove their shoes while inside the home and puts on slippers because they are comfortable. If you imagine it is your home, then probably slippers are sneakers in your home. You can also wear slippers outside the house or even when going to town. There are various types of slip on with different styles and colors. Of all the footwear, slippers are the most convenient, easy to wear and comfortable, you can just slip your feet on and off the slippers easily. If you are in a hurry or if there is an emergency, you can just grab a slipper and off you go. I remember one time when my client called me unexpectedly saying that he is off to the office. I have to meet him no matter what, I rush a pair of jeans and off I go with my trendy slip on. That really saves the day! Slippers are not just slip on for beds or for home. Today because of the abrupt change in styles and everyone is in a hurry, wearing slippers when you meet someone is not a taboo. There are different kinds of slippers, which you can use to meet friends and acquaintances. These slippers are made with styles to make them comfortable and of course presentable. The most stylish kind of slip on is for girls. They come in various shapes, colors and designs that you will never be ashamed of wearing them in the crowd or in gatherings. These kinds of slip on are called clogs. Often times they are used outdoor. I remember during our company Christmas party, one of my colleagues was wearing a heeled mule slip on. The design was enormous and it matches well with her mini dress. The outer side of the slip on come in a stylish ribbons and beads. She looks very fashionable that evening that I regret I wore shoes. I could have been very comfortable wearing that kind of slip on too. Men may not have a very trendy slip on design but basically slippers for men now also are created with different designs that you can wear out side. There are formal type slippers that are closed on both sides and they look nice for shopping and in going to town. Today, flip flops are becoming very popular for genders. 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