11 posts • joined Wednesday 18th April 2007 21:36 GMT
International law anyone ?
Why is no one pointing out that the Austrian 'authorities' searching of the president's plane a blatant breach of the Vienna Convention ? The fact that they did this -- just f&*%ing did it -- shows that they had been told "Get this guy, no matter what".
Of course there aren't enough
That's deliberate US educational policy --- read your Chomsky.
Triumph of technical mediocrity
I was musing the other day ... NNTP is being replaced by the technically inferior, but much more trendy, RSS and Atom. Inferior, because each poll requires downloading the entire cache of items, and because polling has to be sufficiently frequent to avoid gaps in the item 'window'. Shame.
So git is the only DVCS then ?
For the sake of completeness, it might have been worth mentioning that not everyone likes git's style; for example, that file renaming is handled by a dirty rotten hack. It's a pity that Torvalds succumbed yet again to NIH syndrome and couldn't bend his fine principles just a little, to avoid reinventing yet another wheel. So now we have Git, Bazaar and Mercurial slugging it out and ensuring 'diversity' in the open-source DVCS field.
His Steveness, because my opinions are perfect and it just needs everyone else to realise it and agree with me.
also more concerned about the road
Yes, I was wondering as well why the police farce always have to act like complete tarts in these situations. They just seem to get their jolley by closing down roads, and transport systems in general, at the slightest provocation. Two juicy examples come to mind:
Was this dopehead killed on the tracks ? Nope. So why couldn't the police just require trains not to stop at that station ? Not dramatic enough, obviously.
2. When the M25 fuel price protests were on, the Police helped by prohibiting car traffic from using the outside lane `to keep it free for emergency services'. That was just SO helpful, wasn't it ?
Why was he sacked ?
His incomprehensible gibberish seems to me to be completely in line with the utterly random nonsense that comprises Family First `Policy'.
OK, I'll be the first to say it ...
Necrophilia ... who'd be interested anyway ... it's dead boring.
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