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62- 42 is the answer to EVERYTHING Its even the reason there is a terms and conditions (if you think hard enough you'll figure it out, .... Or get a headache)

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That's got to be the least-satisfying job ever. Writing something you know millions of people will say they read but not actually read. EDIT: Now that I think of it, kind of makes you think of the Bible...

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42 is the answer to LIFE, THE UNIVERSE and EVERYTHING. If only I could think of the question. Hmmm!!

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It says not to use iTunes or any other Apple software for anything dangerous like nuclear arms/reactions, among other things.

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Actually 39, it is under discussion wether or not the agreements are legal. It has been proven that to fully understand what you are agreeing to, one would have to have a degree in law, making the consumer agree to something they don't understand.

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30 - Oh, goodness..I'm very gullible by the way..Your comment makes me want to read the Terms of Condition now..

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78, I'm voting for renaming it from speed "limit" to speed "reference" cause that's all most people do. You're not in a 30 zone worrying about if you're doing 30, you're worried about 35, simply referencing off of the "limit"

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No. That's actually a different thing. In a 30 it would probably be 20 mph. In a 60 it's around 40. If someone knows the precise numbers please correct me on the probably likely chance my numbers are wrong. Thank you.

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Oh good, I've been wanting to ask someone this. Do we all unknowingly sell our souls to Apple? I feel like one day they're all going to call us on it.

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Shit, the Bible was right! Except instead of God rapturing us, it's going to be Steve Jobs collecting all our souls from his perch in Heaven!

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If that's true, all the companies that have a claim to my soul are going to have to battle it out for ownership rights in an arena death match, '90s computer game style.

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Apple actually has put stuff in their terms and conditions as a joke since no one reads them. I remember there being a discussion because the TaC for iOS5 jokingly stated that they had right to your first born son or something. :/

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I don't know about if it made OP's any less boring or not, but OP surely will think twice before buying anything from iTunes again after reading all that.

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Nah it just says to me: 1. You cant by our crap outside america. 2. You cant buy our crap outside america. 3. You cant buy our crap outside america.

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No, but I'll tell you what IS in there. "....blah...blah....yak....yak...agree to have soul harvested for use after passing....yak...yada....blah".We sign away our souls, and when we die they are placed inside each iPhone 4s and forced to impersonate an alien named Siri. This has been an official public service announcement brought to you by the Zune.

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Wait, what?!? When I was designing nuclear warheads in my backyard, I'd have them play a nice little song from iTunes as they flew through the air. I gotta leave the country before Apple launches a lawsuit.

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