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  Reply # 507475 16-Aug-2011 18:00
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freitasm:

QFT!
 



What is QFT? Google told me the T for talking? Q for quit?

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  Reply # 507481 16-Aug-2011 18:16
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jjnz1:
freitasm:

QFT!
 



What is QFT? Google told me the T for talking? Q for quit?



Quoted for truth

"QFT = Quoted For the Truth.
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  Reply # 507488 16-Aug-2011 18:23
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Thanks for that.

I did read the quoted for truth bit, but it didn't make sense because I didn't see the definition (was skimming//multitasking etc ;) )

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  Reply # 507624 16-Aug-2011 22:43
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Perhaps Samsung hired him to make their UI less Apple like to avoid further litigation.

Its clear that anyone can make a decent android device, however now its all down to the manufacturers tweaks, something HTC has got almost spot on with Sense UI.

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  Reply # 509087 19-Aug-2011 16:59
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blakamin:
jjnz1:
freitasm:

QFT!
 


What is QFT? Google told me the T for talking? Q for quit?


Quoted for truth

"QFT = Quoted For the Truth.
Is used after a quote.
States that you agree with this person.
Usually used on internet forums."



I was always led to believe it was "Quite F'n True". Maybe the BBS's I used to frequent were of a lower standard though. :)






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  Reply # 509318 20-Aug-2011 12:33
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stevenz:

I was always led to believe it was "Quite F'n True". Maybe the BBS's I used to frequent were of a lower standard though. :)




I too thought it was similar "quit f'n talking".  Oh well, I hope samsung utilize Steve to his full potential and don't stunt his work




I have moved across the ditch.  Now residing in Melbourne as a VOIP/Video Technical Trainer/Engineer. 

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