14 posts • joined Thursday 15th May 2008 10:46 GMT
"Return to the cut and thrust of grassroots, on-the-street politics"
Sounds more likely to tempt someone to 'cut and thrust' a local politician.
Blears trying for new health minister maybe?
Where one goes, the rest will follow.
Re: AC 10:42 "Boing Helicopters"
Heh...thats a great image, bouncy rubber helipcopters.
Coming in for landing now......BOING.....mayday myday.
When do we see...
..adverts showing joggers mown down by cars, power-walkers hanging a heart attack in the park, weight lifters crushed by falling weights.
Maybe even....dieing due to repeated beating from a PS3 controller for taking photos and getting in the way of the telly.
People like playing console game, it allows them to vent the huge build up of rage without having to go out an do it in the street.
You want the passphrase?
Was it?....Or maybe?....I forgot it...sorry.
I'll be going home with my laptop now.
...the charges to be changed to.
"They've done something clever with computers and the global-internets-zone-web, we don't understand it, but we know we don't like it."
Non HP man in an HP world
Watching the news of this spread round the office as people opened their Outlook was like watching a crippling plague slowly creep round the desks.
Good job Mr Hurd, instead of making a few people redundant, you have demotivated the ENTIRE GLOBAL workforce.
10 out of 10 for trying, minus several million for good thinking.
..Mailstorm.exe, I assume that covered under this ruling?
I use Mailstorm quite a bit to do long running load tests over messaging systems, bulk tests, flood tests, etc etc.
What about Outlook Macros that send messages multiple times?
How many messages constitute a DoS...I know some old Exchange boxes that fall over after just 1 or 2 messages.
Paris....she seems as confused as the rest of us.
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