74 posts • joined Wednesday 28th March 2007 02:43 GMT
just a routing issue
As the great Aussie firewall has yet to be implemented. the legislation hasn't even been presented to Parliament yet, let alone been passed into law. So it's really unlikely that there's anything being blocked for anyone.
Though the story does make a very valid point, what will happen regarding New Zealand Internet users whose ISPs route their traffic through Australian systems?.
where would we be
without Danny Nalliah and the Catch Fire Ministries, these guys give crazy people a bad name. they see evil everywhere.
I love this quote from their website.
"When she was a small girl, he told her that he had a surprise for her birthday. He blind folded her and told her to cut the cake. After cutting, her blind fold was removed and she was horrified to see that she had cut through the neck of a baby."
classic stuff indeed.
As there's no evil everywhere tag i'll have to make do with the ET tag.
I notice that...
Some enterprising chap has registered cheesymite.com and cheesymite.com.au. You have to give the chap credit for forward thinking.
Oh, and i like my Vegemite straight, just a thin smear on hot buttered toast.
@Do you get another discount
"on top if you come in a jiffy?"
They do have a 15 minute 30 € or 25 € if you come on a bike/bus (nudge nudge). That would suit me as i don't believe in wasting time.
Run the site through google translate and the second last extras option looks interesting, though best not mention the war.
I knew there was a reason...
I kept those old Wharfdale E50 speakers, the magnets on the back of the subwoofers will make a good learning tool.
I'll be the guy with the speaker magnet taped to his head.
Although i thoroughly enjoyed LoB...
It was The Holy Grail that ruined my enjoyment of any documentary about the middle ages, I keep expecting to see a cart loaded with body's, and a guy ringing a bell crying out, "bring out your dead".
Am i the only one...
"suggesting that the books and the films could provide "an incentive to review" how the church puts forward its views on burning issues."
Am i the only one, Who found having the catholic church and "burning issues" in the one sentence amusing.
It's the coat with the fagots in the pockets..
"a user name where the last three letters are like the acronym Off And DIe and the first letter being F....
I guess the Aussie's missed that too"
No we're all down here snickering with our hands over our mouth, as the print media, both on and offline, refer to the user by his FOAD nick.
Back in the good ol days
Annoying neighbourhood ninja roo's were dispatched under rule 303.
And i thought this was about
Hacking into those electronic roadside signs, that all seem to still use the default password, so they read "Caution, Zombies next 10 km", Quite a popular past time around here.
Oh, and for the ultimate Oz Zombie flick, You can't beat Undead http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Undead_(film)
Reg Tombstone for dramatic effect.
mandatory internet filtering
"the incoming government did make mandatory internet filtering a plank of its election campaign"
From what i remember, The filtering policy the incoming government took to the election was optional with an opt out option, it only became mandatory after the election.
Well i'm off to invent
Underpants with a gas ignition and halon fire suppression system built in. Methane powered of course.
And if you buy two of them and a cup...
No! I just don't want to go there.
Anal whitening cream?
I never realised such a substance existed.
Which leads me to ask: How white should my arse ring be?, i can't even see it, should i ask someone to check for me?.
The latest thinking is
that high powered transmissions from a nearby naval base may have been responsible.
Your not wrong Lee, As a fellow Aussie, I'll be VPNing out of the country if Rudd and his moron communications minister Conroy go through with this madness.
The message was...
U R on same trk as me
I say we...
Hang em from the yard arm, What's that?, Ships no longer have yard arms. Bugger!
It's Rum, Sodomy and the Lash for you laddie.
Although i can't comment on the 42PFL9603D i have had the 42PF9831/69 model for a few years and find the Ambilight feature quite good and easy on the eyes.
Unless you've tried the Ambilight feature for a while i can't see how you can comment.
Here in the great southern land
We had a member of parliament with the name Richard Face, see link: http://tinyurl.com/6qke8w
I also knew a guy named Richard Head, So you have to ask, what were their parents thinking.
I bet neither used the shortened, Dick, version of their first name.
I bet school was hell.
Paris, because that's a stupid name as well.
"Here in Australia, where I live anyway you can't just go around taking photo's and video and posting on the net. In fact, the town I live in you need to get a licence to take pictures in certain parks, for example for a wedding!"
Fuck me, Where the hell do you live?, Long Bay?
Thank you for the warning letter re: fle sharing, I thought i'd reply to inform you that you'll have no more problems regarding my file sharing, as i've signed up for a VPN tail end in a foreign country.
Long John Pete.
"The Met works very closely with a number of countries, including Iraq, to recover items that are considered culturally significant."
No doubt the Elgin Marbles will be seized and returned to Greece any day now.
As an Aussie
I can't see how you could wear thongs like those on your feet, you'd trip over.
Better to go with a pair of these http://www.souvenirsaustralia.com/category102_1.htm
it's the one with the rubber footwear in the pocket.
I still have...
A Pentium 166 with a VooDoo 1 addon card, sitting in the corner of my office, It still ran fine when last fired up.
Those were the days, Tomb Raider running smooth as, lightning fast Quake.
Ahhh the good old days.
Android camel of death
If you think android moths are scary, check this out.
I agree Barrie, as a fellow Aussie, i have to say, I've never heard of POL-i either.
I think that ship was British.
This has very little to do with protecting children, and everything to do with locking in the vote of the family first party in the upper house, so the new Labor Govt can get their legislation passed.
On the low uptake of the previous govt's filter, most of us are just not interested, or have made other arrangements.
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