1195 posts • joined Friday 2nd March 2007 21:07 GMT
A little bugette from El Reg:
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Damn, missed it.
"Pick something is £30, and press the Euro button. Play will convert it to around €45, rather than the $33 it should be."
If you are lucky- Some of their conversions are as high as €2 to £1- especially on their special offer stuff. I've long since moved to cdnow.com- Faster service and realistic prices.
I beg to differ...
"There's no such thing as a free, chummy lunch"
Last time I went shark diving, the sharks didn't appear to be paying for their free, chummy lunch...
The end result...
The movie looked good but the story sucked.
The first Netbook was the Psion Netbook.
I'm still a C++ developer and proud of it.
And not touching IE with a shitty bargepole
The correct term is "birthafied" or "birthificated"
Dammit- now I'm going that have that Kate Bush song stuck in my head for the rest of the day.
There goes part of my childhood...
I'll always remember the Clangers cameo on Doctor Who...
I just hope Coolbai don't fuck Bagpuss up- I mean look what's happened to Bill and Ben and Postman Pat (not to mention Pinky and Perky).
dammit- I think I just exchanged a walk on part in a War for a lead role in a cage.
My money was on Blind Faith...
>The battlestar IS the series.
Precisely- The best sequences in the current run was were you get to see Galactica pour megatons of ordinance into a Cylon Basestar.
Are the price of stupidity...
I contacted them regarding purchasing Guitar Hero World Tour (full) works to be told that they do not sell to the Republic of Ireland, which is news to me seeing that I pass one of their shops daily here in Dublin.
"What does "On the gridiron, that'd be Oklahoma Panhandle State versus the Crimson Tide." mean, please?"
"In a game of Girl Rugby, that'd be a Fourth Division team versus a Premier League team (named after a euphemism for menstruation)."
"an Insurance company was rather surprised to find that after implementation of its in-house filtering system, direct mail campaigns to Essex, Sussex and Middlesex ceased entirely – as did communication with the inhabitants of Scunthorpe."
and not to mention the poor inhabitants of Fuckwich and Anusbury.
A bit convenient...
So your a company looking to downsize your workforce but you want to do it in a that does not require large redundancy payments?
Answer: Develop an extremely intolerant moral high ground and go through your employees email. Bound to find some sackable offences there...
Recent entries in the Merseyside arrest register include...
'Loitering with intent to use a pedestrian crossing.'
'smelling of foreign food'
'Urinating in a public convenience'
'Coughing without due care and attention.'
'Looking at me in a funny way'
'Walking on the cracks in the pavement,'
'Walking in a loud shirt in a built-up area during the hours of darkness,'
'Walking around with an offensive wife.'
'Possession of curly black hair and thick lips."'
Go on, tell us then...
"That's funny. I know of another device that can't support much beyond web browsing and checking e-mail, but is backed by the full faith and credit of Steve Jobs's divinity."
It's a MacBook, isn't it.
Meanwhile, in HA...
"Hello, my name is Andrew and I'm a hacker..."
I've never had any problems...
but then it takes a Lancastrian to do the job properly anyway.
Walt Disney strikes again
Anyone know what Disney's pollution index is?
An undetectable master boot virus- pull the other one.
I smell bullshit.
"Can you imagine Clive Dunn handing over his password to some thug under "threat of violence"? He'd have been shouting for Mr.Mainwaring and the rest of the Home Guard to come and sort these chaps right out."
No he wouldn't. He'd be sticking it up 'em- because "they don't like it up 'em"
- Facebook offshores HUGE WAD OF CASH to Caymans - via Ireland
- Microsoft teams up with Feds, Europol in ZeroAccess botnet zombie hunt
- Justin Bieber BEGGED for a $200k RIM JOB – and got REJECTED
- Review Bigger on the inside: WD’s Tardis-like Black² Dual Drive laptop disk
- Inside Steve Ballmer’s fondleslab rear-guard action