38 posts • joined 19 Oct 2007
the Clangers lived on a small blue planet and not the moon.
The real concern is the ejected blue cheese which could cause major disruption to global transport systems and severe confusion in the fromage producing regions of northern France
Please do pay attention at the back.
May I be the first
to give a sincere and utterly grovelling welcome our new carbon based overlords.
Just in time
to replace most of the current inhabitants of the Palace of Westminister.
Phorm advert in the Gruniad
Claiming to be an information article.
exactly was on there that the IWF didn't like?
the first cuckoo of spring and its not even Christmas yet.
flying killer drones operating overseas by remote control
Why not just let the ordinary X-Box players do the dirty work - a highly skilled self motivated workforce like that would save a fortune in training.
the patient would be discharged
No, sorry I will resist...........
11 per cent of Australia’s total emissions
so presumably the other 89% is Fosters related.
Paris because she is responsible for many emissions
@disguised as a member of a mime troupe
Must give it a try when I fly out this evening.
the 'Have a nice day' from the sig.
something more modern
You mean there has been an upgrade?
Lots of info on aliens at the moment
Are we being softened up for an important announcement?
This should be fun
when used in the new microwave security scanners.....
...no more beefburgers with your pint for you lot at Reg central then.
What I like to see......
.......a liberal (with due apologises to all red necks) sprinkling of awesomes.
Paris because its her day.
In that case maybe the Rumsfeld (being 10 Blunketts) might be a good starting point.
Hmmmmm, and what exactly is the El Reg standard paranoia unit I wonder?
Castro is gone but ...
"The Home Secretary's interview with Today can be found here. Smith's interview starts about the 12:00 minute mark and her comment on database security for the National ID Cards project can be found after the 18:20 mark."
New Labour is obviously in serious contention with a 6 hour 20 minute plus interview.
mission seems to have achieved its aim
Hmmmmm. The press report cant possibly be genuine - there's not a single use of the word awesome.
but it's our dirty bomb.
"One answer might be to fire ......
.....one of the Missile Defence Agency's (MDA) Ground-Based Mid-course Interceptor rockets at the errant sky-spy."
Or they could ask those nice Chinese chappies (and chappesses) to do it for them with their proven anti-sat clobbering gizmo.
..... have little fleas upon their backs to bite 'em, And little fleas have lesser fleas, and so ad infinitum
.....these chappies (and chapesses) are not using flags and mirrors anymore?
Just not cricket y'know.
that the diversion major roadworks outside (insert your favorite hold up) may not have actually made it to the on car database.
'and he has sold this corporate data, including information on weapons systems, to about 250 buyers through the internet.'
That's the real joy of the 'Buy it now' button on eBay. Much easier (but less fun) than the old smokey bars and turned up collars.
lets introduce a compulsory ID card system to ensure that kiddies can't buy forbidden goodies using a card that should have been checked by the supplier who sold it to said kiddie.
that the answer to this is report can best be summerised as being spherical and in the plural.
Pizza home delivery
does work out there after all then.
is alive and kicking it seems.
"abandoning consensus decision making so fast action can be taken"
Presumably before the sane decision makers can finish their scrambled eggs and switch off the launch gear.
It's all a joke really
Tell me so, then we can all wake up happy in the morning and have a laugh along with those hilarious guys and gals who like to teaze us by just pretending that our data is insecure...........................
a sphere made of this stuff could be interesting, especially when left out in the sun.
Obvious question now
is 'How many Americans does it take to change a lightbulb?'
before someone sees the togerless version of themselves, decides they are therefore deformed and undertakes DIY surgery to correct the problem?
equipment and furniture, rather than MPs and Peers
Ah so they've found Lord Lucan then.
....surely the information that the procedures are restricted must also be covered by a security restriction.
But is it correctly encrypted?
He can have my company for a cut price 25M any day.
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