7 posts • joined 5 Apr 2007
They are documented in something close to real time - poor demented souls work through the night to transcribe this stuff from the day's proceedings, and issue it in various formats, including to the interweb. Apparently they weren't even stopped by the blitz, although it was all paper back then.
FWIW, if you have a moderately too much time and not enough pain in your life, you can always try - http://www.linuxfromscratch.org, and its various progeny, if you want to create a skinny, lithe penguin to shag....
As a sceptical agnostic..
..I have to ask whether he's in danger of getting sued by God on grounds of prior art, or whatever lawyers call it?
Not that I don't like to see anyone with more than 12p to their name get a kicking, as a good anarcho-linuxist, but in fairness, if you look at these 2 pages you can find the same hardware spec Dell laptop with Ubuntu or Wispa, and the Ubuntu one is 30 quid cheaper. Took a while, though.
Never really understood what desktop search was, other than the obvious which doesn't seem that important, but fascinated to hear about papers being filled with a judge - with all that judge in there, can anyone still make out the text of the complaint? Does the judge smudge the ink? Are there different flavours of judge available? Pret-a-manger watch out. And as for a post-intelligencer, that really is sooo post-modern.
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Eats, shoots and never pays the bill.....
re: some parents should be shot
The other side of Drew Peacock would be my sister's long-since ex-boyfriend's brother -
I kid you not. Last I heard he was banged up, which is hardly surprising in the circumstances.
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