14 posts • joined 19 Nov 2007
Re: My Little Pony burger
Thank you for your kind words.
As it happens I haven't read the story in question, but do know it by reputation. So, I suspect, did the person I was replying to.
Re: My Little Pony burger
I'll pass on the cupcake. You never know what they put in those things...
That's the neutrino. A right tricky little devil too...
Re: Go for it!
"And finally, dare I say it and get banned, 'Moderatards'?"
In one case it used to be Moderatrix... I miss the old days...
For the FOTW competitors, how about Cuss-tard?
An El Reg first?
Is the comments section really going to become the biggest leaving card in history?
All the best in the new job.
I usually sign leaving cards with a squiggle upside-down on the back. Can't do that here, of course...
Don't tell me...
... Let me guess:
"take the touchstones of the Whedon world but frame them in 'a new story' that is very much of the moment"
They've (re)discovered the Wompom?
Were Flanders and Swann right after all?
The Baron was spot-on? Really?
The other characters were pretty good, but the Baron? He was portrayed as almost completely insane!
The Baron in the book is calm, collected and one hell of a plotter. A very dangerous adversary!
"Yes CERN invented the web but alas its obvious they never really moved past 1994 web site design wise. Says a lot about the quality of their web design team that they need an outside site to navigate their own site. Stupid scientists think they can do everything including coding and graphic design. I love how scientists learn a little bit of code and then go on to write the most unscalable horrid unmaintable bubble gum chickenwire app you would ever imagine and consider themselves a software expert. Hopefully they do their science at a much higher quality and actually get the darn thing to work this time."
Or, perhaps, those web pages are for their conveninece, not yours. Says a lot about scientists that they will go for functional rather than fluffy. Oh, and that's *their* requirements for "functional", not yours.
Shades of "All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku"...
The Japanese got there first - http://www.themanime.org/viewreview.php?id=25 - although the (not at all hentai) NK-1124 is probably not exactly what DARPA have in mind...
It's simpler than that...
The thief gets access to the house, and will see enough to determine if it is worth breaking in, and some idea of the vunerabilities of the building.
I think it used to be referred to as "casing the joint".
The solution is to make them hand over the delivery at the doorstep.
Not new at all...
They had those in a supermarket chain when I was working in the States (Atlanta, to be specific). This was about 10-15 years ago.
It wasn't much use then, either. As has been said, too many things to keep updated in the database...
@The Other Steve...
"...a story that reminds us that christians are just as stupid, venal and needlessly obsessed with trivial dogmatic minutiae as other cults.
Especially so close to christmas."
It 'aint the Christians that are getting venal; and needlessly obsessed around Christmas. Quite the opposite, in fact...
Surely this should be...
"Tovey's years of apid bee-watching"?
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