Re: Hidden TrueCrypt volumes
Gordon bennett, the UKIP membership is strong in this one!
299 posts • joined 6 Mar 2008
Gordon bennett, the UKIP membership is strong in this one!
PM me when you get better informed then.
they are filled with ass-covering words like "possibly", "potentially", "might have".
The loonie left here are pointing at vague statements and screaming "conspiracy!". Big yawn all around.
Go to Bathurst 1000! Bogans, Big-Bangers and Eskys as far as the eye can see.
Because KDC hid his Bitcoin assets with his Mrs, who promptly started shagging his gaming protege and filed for divorce.
Thanks. Sounds religous BTW.
is the "M" for mobile?
"We do not replace food stolen by seagulls". Must have had a few 'Merkins through recently threatening to sue.
Was enjoying the article until I saw the RIP at the end, which meant there was not going to be a follow up.
A pity with all these entrepreneurs collecting old kit, no-one is collecting the memories of those who used it (and how they made it work). Perhaps we need an archive of their experiences for future generations to refer back to?
A true BOFH would have a key to the stores cabinet and an account on a local trading website to supplement his online shopping budget. You need to earn your stripes there, PFY.
of Kelvin Warwick (aka Captain Cyborg, and various other profanities too crude to list here).
I would be interested in hearing from more Register IT professionals about mental health issues. It seems to happen a lot but gets talked about hardly ever.
Basil Brush: Hello Killer
Cilla Black: It's Cilla.
Basil: Oh, terribly Corry.
have voice recognition that could type it for you?
Please please please please please please please please please please please please please
You are being literal rather than figurative, (or just plain thick)
Sounds like the Mrs said "sod this, I want my Burberry and Kappa, I;m taking the kids back with me". (You remember the "Wanted Down Under" BBC series? When they refuse to go, or come back within 1 year, dollar to a knob of dingos poo it's the whining wife).
a flux capacitor.
when he's in a minor role (50/50, this is the end ) he isn't bad. When he's co-head-lining, that's when its crap.
You had me going right up to the part when you tried to tell me a Red Dwarf fan was married (and to a girl!).
It's the World Cup of Cricket in New Zealand starting shortly. American Football is as incomprehensible to the rest of the world as Cricket is to Americans.
I used to have one cellphone and the old boss paid the bills and never looked at the call logs. The new boss started querying me on the large number of whore-houses on my call list, so I had to outsource my personal numbers to a burner phone. Ce la quinne.
"X" must have been more than the cost of a recall.
Would terrorists go down there with the risk of exposure to and infection by pork products?
"Jesus H. Corbett"
Actually with that beard of his, I see your point.
does not happen on it's own. It takes dedicated incompetence on the behalf of HR, the immediate supervisor and the IT manager. Not to mention an internal vendetta or two.
I have seen great managers in IT, they are assertive, have the ear of senior management and are direct and honest in their dealings (with both subordinates and their peers). And they are as rare as hen's teeth.
The "U-571" of Turing Biopics (What a complete load of tosh, dramatacised up for Hollywood).
We actually say "asians" here rather than "orientals", but the word "asians" means pakistani and indian origins in the UK, rather than the type of people Prince Phillip would casually comment on their physical appearance.
have you ever seen "once were warriors". my brother was a sparky for the housing corp, he said it was a documentary.
and many people actively chose not to go there. It is more cosmopolitan but is also jammed with loads of people in close proximity, in NZ terms (two harbours on opposite sides of the isthmus). The North Shore (where your author was based) is quite well off, with South and West Auckland being the grotty areas. There are loads of foreigners there as well (orientals and pacific islanders mostly) from the Pacific Rim Nations, so expect a different cultural vibe to the place.
we work in IT, our Large is everyone elses Medium. Please restock.
But some very relevant points made.
wrote the spec for this comms kit after watching "Aliens". (And we all know how well that turned out).
What, throwing more hardware at a problem? It's called SAP HANA.
Seriously, you know how certain areas of the UK get slagged off for being backward? The Aussies are worse and quite frankly pride themselves on it (imagine a "chav" with worse dress standards and a larger car, and you have a "bogan"). Set your watch back 40 years in terms of social progress and halve your IQ, and you will fit right in.,
Antipodean humour is very much designed around having a thick skin. If you are offended with being continually greeted with an insult, then down-under is not the place for you.
Sports injuries are by definition, "accidents". No-one accidentally and consistently shovels more calories into their gob than they exert.
Why can't we tax fat bastards more than thin people, to cover their medical expenses?
to face the charges you are accused of, and stop wasting our time with these petty distractions.
Name me on instance where an intercepted Skype call has been determined to infringe on someone's privacy.
Woz is moving to the one part of Australia that always gets left off the souvineers? (Did you ever see a plate or ash-tray of Aussie with a Tasmania on it?)
the intern with the fetish for stop-frame animation has moved on to greener pastures? Meh
is that they need to be intelligent enough to stimulate thought, and simplistic enough to make money in America. Dilemma much?
Apparently the time travellers wife is a metaphor for something, some say "relationships", I say "mental illness" (and I'm not being flippant).
of the couple who were denied fertility assistance in australia after they had unsuccessfully tried to conceive naturally for 6 months. They protested this refusal quite voiciferously. Apparently when the law was drawn up, it did not conceive (sorry) of both members of couple being lesbians.
Not half bad, did drag on at the start and I will admit it is basically a vanity piece after the LOTR. The madness scenes with Thorin were quite effective and it did not feel as contrived as the first 2 (with the introduction of the love interest yadda yadda). Sir Pete should have trimmed it at 2 episodes but I'll buy the 3D edition of this one in 9 months to complete the set.
Holy cow, a user that wants to follow due process? Most users spend more time justifying to me why they do not need to follow the process than they would have spent actually filling in the forms. And it does not help when the user hints at contract renewals coming up and the managers cave and allow it to go through "just this once" (repeat ad infinitum).
for kink.com and it's associated websites, who seem to revel in that sort of thing. (Seriously NSFW).
Shoot it down with what? There is no combat wing in the NZ airforce, the skyhawks were mothballed in 2002, the closest we have is a Stuka and a Hurricane that Peter Jackson (the lord of the rings guy) has in the South Island.
is that there is a second black person in the Star Wars universe. And he's a storm-trooper.
PS. What the special meaning of the droids and the rocks in the supercalifragalistic edition?