What would be even better is to see the password in the box instead of * or dots
183 posts • joined 9 Apr 2008
Why do they need your date of birth?
and. There are plenty of ranging tables on the net
Last year Openreach made £2.6billion of profits.
If this was ploughed back in to broadband we would be well on our way to ultra fast broadband
When the East Anglia line was in BR hands the intercity trains had a restaurant, they only have a buffet car now, and the 60 year old slam door trains are still being used.
Re: Roads. Electricity. Internet.
Sky has the only LLU kit in my local exchange, and they run / offer the spine service
why have a password - just keep the wi-fi signals in the office.
In Spain the bar closed when the last person leaves and opens when the first person arrives. Which can get complicated if first person arrives before the last person has left.
Grave yards and church (with graves) yards in the UK are normally owned by the parish, and church owned by 'The Chuch'.
smart technology isn't here yet as the mobile phone coverage is very poor in large parts of the country
VAT would have been charged at the point of entry for UK held stock, but VAT would not have been charged on the profit. ie the difference between 1p and 99p
One of the questions is why do they want a DOB?
The main question how did they get it if all the information was hashed?
Re: What kind of numpty would actually want one of these things?
Looking around it seems quite a few. In our house the problem is who is going to fill it.
In the mean time the DVLA brings IT back in house
How it that anywhere near a bat mobile? For a start it does not have a jet engine which would be 90% of the car or any of the other things the bat mobile has.
Its EE and you expected more?
I am surprised that anyone has a broadband account with them.
Is that a banker talking? Don't worry they keep all their losing money and know nothing about the rest of the world.
What dos it do with the heat?
Fish not only provide a source of food, but they also contain liquid. We don't give enough credit to the sea going capabilities of our ancestors. If the Kontiki can do clock wise around the south pacific why can another 'boat' go anticlockwise?
Police breaking into the wrong house happens quite oftern and they don't even pay for the broken doors.
In doing this Argentina have recognised that the Falkland’s islanders belong to the Falkland islanders otherwise they would not have recognised the .fk as the code for the Falklands as they call it the Malvinas to which it code is MV
The Reindeer in Norwich had it right the Chinese next door had a hatch in to the pub
Government simply does not pay enough to have proper contact managers especially when they can't pay over 100k a year, or even an accountant at the outside industry rate
BT openreach is a monopoly in most areas and therefore should be removed from BT and be turned in to a not for profit company.
The local Police control centre gets enough hoax calls as it is with out this.
With 40% of crash involving fire, do we need another source of ignition?
Re: VAT Fraud!
Heating at 5% VAT is only a quarter of a luxury
Which would also account for the lack of craters after the late heavy bombardment - seas absorbed the impacts (unlike the rear or the moon).
So that's Google earth then
Won't work in the UK then were there is only 60% mobile internet coverage
Is this because of POS and ATMS using XP?
Use the caves. There might even be water in them
Re: I can say...
Lets pray you don't have to phone there customer support.
In the mean time Russia and the rest start mining the moon.
I thought VAT was charge on import not sale.
ATM's are still using XP as its a known object - Windows 10 isn't
If he doesn't keep Vodafone up with the rest of the world it will die. 20Mbps is not broadband according to the FCC
If they are being supplied from a UK warehouse the duty and VAT will have been paid on import into the EC. - sounds like sour grapes to me
My friends who use it, assure me that EE stands for "Extremely Expensive".
BT openreach made BT Group £1,360million. BT Openreach is a monopoly and therefore should be a non-profit making company (as should any monoply).
We already have such systems in aircraft, TCAS for example. Which will communicate between aircraft and take appropriate avoiding action. Crucially the pilots have no choice in the matter because when there's only 2 seconds to decide if you're going to go left or right, you'd better be sure the other guy is going the other way.
Re: Don't buy a crap watch
wave-ceptor - useless piece of crap took it 2 days to work out I was in New York.
and the point is? us sysops have been re-coding servers from the beaches of the world for decades.
As the people in Google towers are flying all the time (they are never at there desks) they think rest of us do as well, which admittedly I would if I was on 2k/y
The civil service does not pay enough to have the right experienced staff to run these type of projects.
It was well over that for Selby rail crash
Cars won't be the first self drive vehicles on the road it will be buses in London and long distance night time trucking lorries on the motroways
LOHAN goes higher than that
No mention of church.net - using church towers and mircowave