30 posts • joined 29 Nov 2007
BT is all very well, but I picked up the DVDs from Tescos for under 7 quid in 2001...
the kids love 'em.
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nice Bottom quote there ;)
mating of the brunette: "good, that blond bitch has gone home"
....should be Dueling Banjos...
.... given that the entire South Island is Deliverance country.
@ AC (08:21 GMT)
.... it might be 3am in your part of the world, but it would have been 3pm in mine.....
so if you leave your front door unlocked (ie required no authorisation/authentication, then I can walk in and help myself to your stuff?
yeah, we're great.... we only have this piece of legislation to contend with:
"Guilt Upon Accusation" laws... http://creativefreedom.org.nz/
My 9 y.o. step daughter was asked last weekend what her fav Xmas song was..... and the Grandma homicide tale was at the top of the list.
It's not all beer and skittles in The Land of the Long White Cloud
try this piece of new legislation:
they took the photoshop of GG coming in thru customs/border control, and added their OWN children at risk images over the top.....
bit fucking borderline IMO
.... I understood 100% of his post..... :eep:
I had a roo burger last time I was in Aussie.... bloody nice, mate! Similar to venison IMO.
Icon, 'cos that's what is next :D
Letters in phone numbers
pretty common in NZ..... especially for 0800 (toll free) numbers.
down here in the arse end of the internet (NZ) we've always had data caps - either as described in the article for cable plans, or more commonly for DSL having your speed cut down to dialup speeds when you go over your cap.
I wouldn't have thought this would take off in a country that has almost unlimited choice and so customers will just change to a provider that still offers all-you-can-eat plans.
icon, cos it's obvious what the 5% are doing :D
eleven and a half grand?!?!?!?!?!?
When a hammerdrill + a bench vice = ~$100-150 (if that)
OK - might take slightly longer than a minute per drive, but at that price you could buy two, and hire two monkeys.... err.. I mean students to do it.
Not Paris, 'cos I wouldn't want to drill her, even for $11,500
at least this episode showed up in my RSS reader...... unlike every other episode.
People still use that bloated piece of crap?
5 hours for someone to comment on that?!?!?!?!
.... the teapot is obviously left over from the 2-mile high statue of Arthur Dent.....
I thought I did put in a title
try living in NZ - 4.9 wouldn't've even been noticed ;)
The reason the R I Ass. A can 'track' you is when you get assigned an IP address it's time/date stamped in a log.... along with a bunch of other useful info.....
So they say at time/date blah, this IP address STOLE OUR MUSIC!!!! and then go to the ISP and see that at time that email@example.com was connected with that IP address...
....legal in Paraguay, then
ok, ok - I'm going
I suppose you sit thru the ads on TV as well...... :rolleyes:
.... still a long way to go to beat VDI + a Wyse terminal
Rest In Peace, Sir Ed.
We all look up to you...
as for who was first: I remember learning about the Everest conquest in school and it was always "Ed and Tenzing"..... together.
"assault with an assault weapon by proxy".... it was probably an unpatched WPAD proxy ;)
its MS' fault
migrating from Notes -> Exchange and then being forced to run two messaging systems can't have been good
"The Running Man" ????
(The book rather than the movie, of course!)