164 posts • joined Saturday 3rd May 2008 17:54 GMT
Well, the expression on her face
did make it seem like she was pretty steamed up about it.
Re: The story of human history
Sounds like stick shift to me.
You forgot to note that sales people (pardon me "associates") are even timed on how long it takes to close a sale. Composing a sale would be a breach of conduct and punished.
The site 888.com has also...
been marked as totally untrustworthy on "Web of Trust" which means that millions won't go there anyway. Web of Trust add-on is quite valuable.
I keep losing my own personal data. Now who am I?
UM...I must have misunderstood...
SonicWall is getting an erection?
As early as 1995 Harry and David policies were that they only wished to retain 45% of their consumer customerbase because it was simply "too expensive" to provide ideal customer service. Oddly enough, they had and have little interest as well in business interests, probably because a laissez faire model of this type just won't work.
Oddly enough analyses have never examined this portion of their odd industry, which is the delivery of specialty foods of various sorts and at one time stood the chance of resounding success. As it is, because of this "BI" attitude, they're going out of business, having suffered bankruptcy twice and verging on it again (this latter is my opinion only, mind).
A robot Reg reporter!!
And I'm never allowed to comment again...
and lab work is...
of course a proof.
and clearly you were never in the U.S. Navy.
I've gotten several lately. Since I don't want Apple products and have nothing beyond the necessary basics installed, they've evidently picked up the e-mail address somewhere, but not the name.
Updates? bah, I love getting hacked.
As a one-time customer
I would have thought they'd leave it up as a brag. Why the hell doesn't the Reg contact them about whether they removed it by mistake?
(500th reference, I think I win a prize of some kind.)
as a fairly chilling note...
Messages are passed in banned languages on Runes of Magic, and some fairly evident passages of information in agreed references. We will of course assume they're gamers simply passing banned information such as hacks.
I want a special warning sticker
for the Reg! 'nuff said.
So do England and the U.S., unfortunately. In general it's called "maintenance of power".
It was pretty fatal at the end of the Middle Ages if you recall. But then most Americans certainly aren't students of history and I daresay most people.
so who says it isn't
a black hole?
And on a secondary note wth can't your signin manager figure out that "coom" is "com"? dumb AI's. Omigod it just took my computer offline for tha
I tried that...
I turned into a Reg reader. It works!!!
To at least an extent these were available to the U.S. military and other U.S. organizations at least by 1975.
So there is the mistaken impression that the ordinary FBI professional knows spelling and grammar? I'm amazed.
Poor excuse for putting on a few since wifey left ya.
and no one but no one is invulnerable
An easy password in a game (worse, a SHARED one) can make everything vulnerable. Someone that plays in a group I head (in the game)...did just that. Vulnerability is much more human than software oriented and always will be. To make it shorter, don't trust. Four letter word, ya know.
I'd never steal your soles
odd that you didn't mention
Reporting crimes in the U.S. via 911 has gone down drastically since it's become common practice for the police to make forced entry into the house of whoever called them "to make sure they're safe and not being held hostage or something similar". Which means...calling emergency is an absolute last resort. Look the other way? No. Shut your eyes and run...and hope to hit a building for an alibi for not reporting it.
I am so utterly impressed by our U.S. law enforcement...
Now tell me wtf the point was of all this. But then they won't let you leave the United States without a passport either; maybe the fence was to keep us in.
The .001% of them that actually made money, you mean? being one.
For TS access you sign a contract. He did break it. At the time I left it was 5 years and 25 grand; last I checked it was the same. During pretrial you can expect "killing" conditions. He acted as a spy of sorts--rather stupid, but a spy--and suffered the consequences. The consensus seems to be it would have been better to just take him in the bushes and shoot him, as would have happened in most countries. Interesting situation.
Loss of Data
This seems similar to the e-mail my wife got telling her that Chase security was partially breached...but anyone should only have her e-mail address. I am a Chase customer; no such notification. Containment is the name of the day, aye?
and, well, dangit
I have Aussie friends who play RoM too. Not that that places heavy traffic on my connection or anything...
to the point
"But these days Ofcom's policy is to let the free market decide, and rely on the flawed premise about auctions to ensure efficient spectrum utilisation (which is Ofcom's remit: competition is to be encouraged, but only because it encourages greater exploitation). "
That isn't a government agency, is it? For shame, for shame.
Great point, by the way.
use a desktop search engine
Specifically, Copernic, which has both paid and free versions. Sadly enough, it doesn't include either Goggle or Bingo as original acts. Web Ferret may be better. The latter I believe would only be available from a few download sites like CNet.
libre and its meaning
Libre. From wikipedia "Gratis versus libre is the distinction between two meanings of the English adjective "free"; namely, "for zero price" (gratis) and "with few or no restrictions" (libre). The ambiguity of "free" can cause issues where the distinction is important, as it often is in dealing with laws concerning the use of information, such as copyright and patents.
The terms are largely used to categorise intellectual property, particularly computer programs, according to the licenses and legal restrictions that cover them, in the free software and open source communities, as well as the broader free culture movement. For example, they are used to distinguish freeware (gratis software) from free software (libre software)."
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