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OMG, Triple_Se7en and I exist in parallel universes on the X axis! So strong we might even look alike. Snagglefoot shares the Y axis with me. I feel not alone anymore. Happy 2020
 
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Originally Posted by 1978elcamino
another girlfriend
Need help finding her? Odds for happiness are better looking inside a church, versus-that of a bar. Beware of those with a checkered work history, or a penchant for alcohol, drugs or casinos.
 

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Originally Posted by Triple_Se7en
Originally Posted by 1978elcamino
another girlfriend
Need help finding her? Odds for happiness are better looking inside a church, versus-that of a bar. Beware of those with a checkered work history, or a penchant for alcohol, drugs or casinos.
Worst girl I ever dated came from a church. We'd known each other for years. Current girlfriend I met on a dating app. Met her by the milk at a Wal-Mart. Been together 2 years, now, and both healthier and happier for it. Never met any girls at a bar, though. I'm not someone people typically choose to walk up to and speak with, and it's a hard job just to get the bartender to acknowledge me and get a drink, at least, back when I went to bars a decade or so ago.
 

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Originally Posted by Skippy722
2560x1600, all hail the 16:10 master race!
but...why? I use 2560x1440. What's t he point of 16:10? Why would they make it/you want it?
 

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Originally Posted by Ws6
Originally Posted by Skippy722
2560x1600, all hail the 16:10 master race!
but...why? I use 2560x1440. What's t he point of 16:10? Why would they make it/you want it?
Ultrawide monitors - I think they're better for multimedia creation?
 
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Originally Posted by Ws6
Originally Posted by Skippy722
2560x1600, all hail the 16:10 master race!
but...why? I use 2560x1440. What's t he point of 16:10? Why would they make it/you want it?
That's the resolution and aspect ratio of the "retina" display on my 13.3" MacBook Pro. 16:10 gives you a little more vertical screen space, which is noticeable on a smaller display. We also have a 13.3" Asus with a 16:9 screen, it is noticeably narrower.
 
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