Re: Four words
I bought that for my daughters 10th birthday.
1281 posts • joined 2 Mar 2007
I bought that for my daughters 10th birthday.
For me, it was Starlord. I only started reading 2000AD when it merged. Strontium Dog and Robusters (and to a certain extent the ABC Warriors) all started there.
Reminds me of the time I had to "fix" an ancient laptop (which only had a 800x600 display). The browser was so clogged with extra tool bars that the webpages only appeared in a tiny window (I'd say about 200px high) at the bottom of the screen.
however they all seem to be perfectly happy with snogging vampires.
Solder = Solder (not 'sodder', don't you see that L there?)
Though that brings to mind something completely different.
I doubt Stephen Rae could have ruined V for Vendetta any more than it was already ruined.
I've always said that we could easily have a mass cull of the stupid simply by having their satnavs work out when they are heading eastwards on Beachy Head and then issuing the direction "Turn Right Now"
"Get your hands of my junk!"
...that theres is a place called Pikeyville in redneck country.
Blame Ticketbastard- they started it.
Don't forget the 'crustless peanut butter and jelly sandwich'- apparently patentable
I saw Skyfall on opening night and it cost me €18 for two of us.
Prior to that I took my youngest daughter to see Brave on a Saturday morning and it cost €7.50.
Did you not notice that the people in question are septics?
My thoughts precisely- I understand the suit alone cost $200,000. Wouldn't this money be better spent saving the planet?
You forgot "Howard The Duck" (the reason Lucas sold ILM/Pixar to Jobs)
No- and believe me, I've tried.
"The Register concluded that the record did not support an extension of the exemption to 'tablet' devices,"
WTF El Reg, you are a news website not an arbiter of copyright cases...
"Casino Royale (Daniel Craig) is an hour long poker game because the book is largely a poker game."
You might want to reread the book- it wasn't poker.
"Do you expect me to go grey, Goldfinger?"
"No Mr Bond, I expect you to dye!"
That's the idea though- they make you pay for the full-whack RAM and HHD options up front rather than hope you will upgrade them in the future (in which case they hope you will just buy a new Macbook)
I'm guessing that they are still using goat entrails in order to make their predictions.
Remember, you can't spell Analyst without "anal"
are you asking if the iPad mini runs iOS6???
We are talking about a people whom a large amount of support the 'theory' of Creationism.
Agreed, bond needed something iconic, not 'it's popular right now'
...is a little more than just chips and gravy- You forgot the curds.
how about 'an elaborate trooll'
"ignoring Du’s pleas that it was a big fuss over nothing"
Or "Much a-Du about nothing"...
a Felix Lighter can often be found in a car.
I think you've just posted the ideal skillset required for any management chappy.
...there's always OpenLeaks...
"Dalton's, particularly, tried to get closer to Fleming's idea of a darker, more conflicted man."
One of the reasons I've always favoured him over the other Bonds. Dalton played the character a lot closer to how Fleming wrote him. I think License To Kill is the best example of Bond as written, fiercely loyal, cold blooded and willing to go to any lengths to achieve his objective.
or maybe private bodies are more careful when it comes to protecting customer data.
But in this case, you could see that it was a Morris Minor, everybody in the industry said it was a Morris Minor. The only people that claimed it was a Porsche was the owner and a lot of 'financial analysts'. Now if you decide to go with the biased opinion rather than the informed one, then you shouldn't really be surprised when a Morris Minor ends up on your front doorstep.
they will, it's called IOS6
>Bond of course would be unflappable as he seems to favour Sony tech.
Well originally Ericsson tech but Sony bought them out (remember the P800 and how amazing it was that the baddie was able to take a picture of Bond with it....)
The plot of View To A Kill was just a weak rehash of Goldfinger.
"How do you kill that which has no life?"
First thing that came to my mind too...
I'm pretty sure that was a short horror story by Clive Barker.
Isn't that a tautology?
"Nice Remote Telepresence Unit"- Steve Wozniak
I'm surprised the co-worker didn't get sacked for coercion.
What I want to know, is how did the management find out that "too much" chocolate had been added?
The correct term is 'MuckSlurry'
"No publicity is bad publicity!"
So, if you published that you had genital herpes, do you believe that would get you more girlfriends?
"One frequently overlooked aspect of the major label model is that successful artists subsidise the less successful"
I think that should read:
"One frequently overlooked aspect of the major label model is that successful artists subsidise the board and major investors"
just plain old dub.
The Sunday Times Rich List did something similar with TomTom- Over valued them one year and placed them in the rich list and then next year decided that their paper wealth actually wasn't worth that much