36 posts • joined Wednesday 16th January 2008 08:39 GMT
Does Eric spend his mornings jogging and chanting "Every day, in every way, I'm getting better and better!"?
So print's current definition is "something written on paper."
The new definition will be "something written on paper, as opposed to something you will see on an electronic display."
Thanks for clearing that up!
And then they can provide a way for users to hug poisonous snakes.
They will HUG and KISS some POISONOUS...
Everyone who thought of David Byrne, naked, say "Aye!"
SAC lived at Offutt AFB, not under Cheyenne Mountain.
The More You Know (tm).
Ground floor: Perfumery,
Stationery and Leather Goods,
Wigs and Haberdashery,
Kitchenware and Food, going up...
I remember seeing that show as a child and thinking "Do/did the Brits actually find this funny?" I also tried desperately to find Wendy Richard attractive.
Re; Not due to air pressure
I'm sorry, did you just say that the Mythbusters disproved something? Yes, of course, what with their rigorous, dispassionate scientific investigation that had nothing at all to do with television sensationalism.
I'm sure they fired rifle bullets into the fake tits and replayed it in slow motion, or something. I'll bet they even found an excuse to visit the aircraft boneyard.
The report may be new, but the concept has been applied all over the place.
The American space program has used various treadmill modifications (elastic tethers, negative pressure* waist cuff things, etc) and the Russians had a "penguin suit" which applied force against the limbs throughout the day.
The problem isn't technical. The problem is compliance. The solutions are tedious and uncomfortable to use.
* - yes, I know there's no such thing
Am I the only one who thought of a bunch of infant Irish bastards parachuting onto Scotland Yard and swearing a lot?
I'll be seeing Colm Meaney in my dreams for weeks.
Bear Grylls, eh?
So the trip will include staying at resorts with your film crew and eating caterpillars for no reason?
Wikipedia doesn't censor?
Go on. Pull the other one.
Stock Exchange Chaplain, eh?
Shame he isn't a catlick; the trading floor confessional jokes write themselves.
"Say 9 Hail Mary's and buy 1000 Pratts at 5 and a quarter, my son."
Let me be the first to say...
Mine's the one with Schaum's outline of high-school algebra printed on the arms.
New line of clothing, please!
I want a whole category of Captain Cyborg and his various creations...
And at least one of his animatronic corpse being picked clean by a group of vultures.
Re: Anton Chigurh's "sniper rifle"
Uh, pretty sure it was a shotgun.
Sniper rifles tend to produce a hole rather than a spray that leaves Stephen Root gurgling on his office floor.
Re: "cheap" USRP
I'm sorry, I'm so out of touch with exchange rates.
When did $700 qualify as "cheap"?