22 posts • joined Sunday 29th June 2008 18:48 GMT
Of course it's not entrapment.
...it's a simple extortion.
alas, no betting here.
There were several movies making them look like the good guys after child-burning in Waco. Find one of these in case you'll ever need to get rid of an illusion that Hollywood is mostly populated by human beings.
The plot is one for all, in a slightly allegorical form. Some babies were mind-controlled by alien pedobears, so... <snifff>... <snifff>... <crocodile tears> Enlivening gassing stage was, alas, modestly skipped.
It's simple, really:
Want to go with in - sign it. Don't want - retire from the position demonstratively. Want to pretend being more stupid than is posible to get the job in the first place - sign, then ask "oh, wait, what it was?"
You don't get it.
They probably cleared the issue quickly. Most of the time was required to "convince" those tourists to never disclose what they really meant. To prevent the frontpage headers next day from being about them: "Two tourists and their dog try to destroy America by drinking all its whiskey reserves. The Threat is taken SERIOUSLY."
brain worms which crawl from Apples
Another "of many features that reflect the influence of Apple's user interface" are gray-on-gray-with-contrast-lowering-shine "aluminium" icons we see in the first screenshot.
They like Unity? Could make one more flavour-clone like Kubuntu or Xubuntu.
Want something other than Gnome, there's already polished compiz. Want something more... lightweight - xfce is already built into Xubuntu. Why this sudden jumping?..
Soapy gray icons + knowing better "what the user needs" = a reliable way to discern where learning on other people's mistakes ends and gushy Apple fanboying begins.
"the backdoor was intended and we aren't even professional enough to keep a smiling face".
I mean, if even Billy used to just say "it's not pee, it's rain"...
whether OEM or wrapped retail CDs it's obviously full of... slippery things. To begin with, unholy combination of 2 contracts: offer to public at large from shop and EULA from M$ - with whom EXACTLY you're dealing in what, or to which degree ? Normally manufacturer can be involved only via "consumer protection". If it's not yours until you submit (or even after) - then what EXACTLY did you just purchased in shop and what shop itself did bought from M$ ? And this inevitably leads to "uh, ask third party's home rules" crap. "Sticker-based" contracts ? Come on. Suppose you'll buy something in closed envelope and it turns out to contain note "uups, you owe me 1000$", or "by opening this you gave any passer-by right to strip-search you". Isn't it the same ? Agreement with content changeable without even prior notice ? Great. They already smuggled some interesting things there, and who can say it's the top of their imagination ?
@ Adam: if you could catch food manufacturer doing what M$ and their subsidiaries do, it could be rather sensible idea to send *missiles*, not sausages. If arrested, just produce their EULA and claim self-defence. =)))
Only one question: when...
...traders will start to bribe self-appointed Moral Guardians for such non-regulated extreme ads. Oh, wait... right, they already did this for years and years. After all, it's not just GTA virus marketing for hentai-fans, even Hurry Patter had ads of this kind - so why not complete Moral Guardian industry, really? Just slap "anti-christian" on something, and all True Goth Lemmings will purchace it, no saving throw. Best of all - no legal troubles... as opposing to, you know, really making something. Only one problem: too many competitors.
To run on "anonymous" donations some sort of Internet stray watchdog barking at "evil words" - hell, now it looks like damn profitable business ! Let's invest ?
Buzzwordz cause brain to buzz. And spark.
- You're thinking 'Did he fire six shots or only five?' And to tell you the truth, I've forgotten myself in all this excitement, but being this is a .44 Magnum - the most powerful handgun in the world - and it will blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself a question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk!?
- <click> Please don't lose attention. It's .38 special, and it's enough because i don't compensate for anything. Do ya want to start *thinking outside of the box* ?
- Does it work or not ?
- Here's an easy test: *touch base*
- *Heads up* !
- Too high for grapnel ! Release valve rope is torn ! And we're still in updraft !
- Time for some *blue sky thinking*...
- You really need some cold *thought shower*.
- *360° thinking* is not good when you have to deal with modern anti-ship missiles. You really need full hemisphere protection.
# *In the loop* (self-explanatory)
It's not a technical problem...
Nigel>This should guarantee that
No way. For such measures to really work, they must have some consequences other than wagging finger at them and then give them chance to shoot more people (as Ruby Ridge trigger-wanker) - and it's NOT a technical problem. It all boils down to the choice between self-cleansing or "we and they - and my imbecile paramilitary cousin too", courts rarely helping much. In the former case there probably will be some respect.
In the latter case things will not cool down - until some big chap protected from arc would get *really* annoyed, pluck taser from zap-happy guy's hand, stuff it up his arse (on continuous discharge) and write "taser lover" on poor sod's forehead... just to make a point. Because either "an armed society is a polite society" or one day it ends like that, sorry.
AC>maybe if you have a very strong chain/mesh suit with an earthing strap
It's called "chain mail" and also stops knives (and elbows in crowd); if taser isn't grounded, target isn't needed too, just short-circuit electrodes. ;]
Not the same.
Smartphone is very dubious idea, and always was: as Eric Van Haesendonck already pointed out, if you really want to see internet, you need 800x600 at very least. Little overcrammed gizmos just sit between two seats.
Phone calls? Little terminal + miniUSB hub with very basic standalone functions (flash load/save, etc) could do it after plugging headset and/or keypad in - and double as a player. But then they can go all the way and make uniform terminal model usable via wired GPRS, WiFi, Ethernet or whatever you want. Or plug in "power core" part and get 2-CPU laptop. That's the beauty and power of modular approach.
My obligatory lip service to Black Helicopters Cult: purpose behind "all-online" movement may be "get rid of browser-level ad blocking". As simple as that.
Recent investigations by Independent Media™ shows that if you hit game with copper-coated shot, it will pierce body almost through and then lead instantly dissolves in blood (see "Alien" movie for details). While guns still crawl from their boxes at night to shoot l33tle kids. International Conspiracy of Gun Manufacturers (guns give more superprofit than oil, just because they're guns) and NRA™ want to cover this up. Only X-Ray tazers can save the planet.
I mean, go on... don't restrain yourself. There's not enough pyracetam for entire humanity anyway, so why bother at all ?..
P.S.: even leaving tons of old tetraethyl lead alone, do anyone remember - how much lead was found in water due to lost fishing-tackles and suchlike ? And that was measured in Britain, IIRC ?..
Details are awesome (as always), but really... reiterative redundancy is a bit too obvious
JIM> MY GRILFIEND ISNT A SILLICON JANAPESE WIMMEN
Sorry, i don't buy this trollbeard. Tacking's just *too* good for such a flat-bottomed boat, see? So... question is, for whom ye work? ARK?.. MRLP?.. SKL?.. :]
@ James O'Shea
> full of survivalists and assorted other self-designated free spirits
Really. *Proper* free spirits should be assigned by Central Committee. Besides, she has a GUN!!1
“Good catch. That is a 50 caliber automatic street-sweeper cop-killer assault weapon. Not only could she have blown her foot off, she could've killed every human within a 1000 yard radius. Which she would've probably enjoyed, since she loves to kill things. She is terrifying, and I have nightmares about her every night.
Flexible approach ?
> Lucasfilm argued that Lucas had already worked out the look of the Stormtrooper
> before asking Ainsworth to cast the helmet.
Yeah. When it was Taxol related data it all became property of those who did not obtained it first, and now we see some designer converted "worked out" wishes to real thing, and result is not his at all.
Question is, whether this sharp turn was due to drastic change of course or merely as a part of ongoing zigzag maneuver ? Jolly Roger knows...
fragile Alien paper
Question is: whether picture on this label is actually supposed to mean “Fragile!” or just “Stop drinking until it's too late!” ? These two issues are close, but are not the same.
seems to be efficient
At last, this method is widely used in its pure form...
>> And to get wider distribution for this message:
...and quite honestly. Why some people have to use lame mimicry to spread their chain letters ?.. :]
This obviously causes some overheating
> Surely you don't need motion to generate electricity, only force?
Yeah. You just put weight on it and it generates energy — forever. Either like that or E = F*L
> "studied breast motion since 1985".
> Where do I get that job?
(whispering): They have SECRET research facility... ahem.
Occupational diseases ?
> "Sexually explicit pictures, writing, or other material whose primary purpose is to cause sexual arousal."
> What does this say about Asda since they are the ones that find the image pornographic.
> Is the entire business staffed by paedophiles?
Would they be so aroused otherwise ? All those ads...
> This is the same Asda whose HGV's travel at 40 mph in the 60 zone.
> They even have a proud sticker on the back commending themselves for this action.
Wait, but is it not... the very definition of "retard" ?
Dead bird, because it did hit cloud stuffed with rocks too retarded to fall.
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