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There are also people who mind the privacy and security but willing to use a smartphone rather than Siemens A35, and n950 seems like a perfect choice as there is no point for CIA or KGB to spend time searching for vulnerabilities and writing trojans for the device that almost noone uses, instead of much more popular Android and Apple devices.
 

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I definitely need more popcorn for this thread...
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I definitely need more popcorn for this thread...
And beer.....
 

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Never mind the idiots.
 

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What's up with all the needlessly angry Swedes?
I think I'd be upset if I was such a boring vegetable, too
 

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I think I'd be upset if I was such a boring vegetable, too
Objection! Swede ("rutabaga" for our North American friends) is by no means a boring vegetable. You clearly do not know how to prepare it, but that is hardly the poor vegetable's fault.
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"rutabaga" for our North American friends
Ha, I wondered after I posted that if it might confuse people on the other side of the pond (and elsewhere in Europe).

is by no means a boring vegetable. You clearly do not know how to prepare it, but that is hardly the poor vegetable's fault.
Hit me (figuratively speaking) with your best recipes then! To be fair, I was talking to an Estonian girl the other day who was describing some kind of grated, slow cooked swede and cream dish. Sounded nice.
 

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Hit me (figuratively speaking) with your best recipes then! To be fair, I was talking to an Estonian girl the other day who was describing some kind of grated, slow cooked swede and cream dish. Sounded nice.
Sounds nice indeed. I usually just dice them and boil them in the soup. Probably as boring as you can imagine Another alternative is cut them to wedges and roast them in the oven with a few drops of oil like potatoes. Or you could pre-boil them to soften them a bit, but not too much so that they survive the next step. Then wrap them in breadcrumbs or batter and shallow fry them. More common with couliflower or squash but any large vegetable would do. Here are some suggestions too.
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Folks just got extra popcorn will be disappointed by the direction of topic... But a nice one!!
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swedes (the vegetable) are extremely unpopular in europe.
I still hear my grandfather moan about actually surviving strictly on swedes for several years before there was a variety of foods available again during and after the war.

Wait, some of us propably would not be here if not for the swedes

Turing! Keep the device as long as you have fun, it will not get a price drop, espacially if they fold completely.
 

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