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that manufacturers have the added expense of making these devices right hand drive, I'm sure they're making an astute financial decision here.
+1 on the phasers, we still have 2 of them running on our building, 10 years old and still producing quality prints with no fuss.
if they have the mode our Xerox Workcentres display on a random basis, Print to æther . You know the one where you print your document and it disappears into the æther never to see the light of day, despite the fact the printer reports that is decomposing the file. Seems the decomposition goes too far with the body completely disintegrating.
there was any long term market anyway, the number of teenagers I see wearing a watch is minimal, if they want the time it's just another excuse to pull out the smart phone.
the people need to know!
jeez the Republicans have moved on, I thought they would be AOL, you know Assholes On Line.
Nah come on tell us what you really thought of it... no beating around the bush now!
performance at the RNC will keep him awake if Trump ever gets into the Oval office. At least I hope it does.
or indeed rape if you happen to be an ivy league athlete.
I think Pokemoning will become Urban Dictionary material. Ah apparently it already is
"Pokemoning (also spelled "Pokémoning") is the act of dating multiple partners (or having multiple friends) in order to collect all the desired traits that's very likely to not exist in one single individual. Named so because you "Gotta Catch 'Em All.""
Yep around 3:40
Buying the game on steam I get, and indeed have done, but forking out $100 for a Battleship in World of Warships for example is beyond me.
just completely confuses me. I like computer games, I play them occasionally but I'm not an obsessive person about anything so the behaviour of seemingly normal people with these "games" just completely bamboozles me. It's like the purchasing of virtual items for real money in games... why??? Don't get it.
with some fava beans and a nice Amarone.
as the game is actually pretty enjoyable.
It's the "Asshole Cop" syndrome, the vast majority of police here are regular people doing their job the best they can. Then there's the Asshole Cop, he/she became a cop for all the wrong reasons, sense of empowerment, bitchin' uniform, sidearm in a holster, etc not to serve their community but to serve their ego. It's they that cause most of the fuck ups and PR disasters that PDs suffer. Every PD has at least one and every officer can tell you who they are, there doesn't seem to be any selection procedure in place to actually prevent them getting into or purge them from the system. The militarisation of the police in the US has done little to help this syndrome with many cops coming from "the service" and bringing with them the arrogance that the US military seems to instill as part of their basic training, not good for community relations or policing.I live in a small rural area in New England and I have knowledge of about 4 of the local PDs and I can identify at least 1 Asshole Cop in each of those PDs.
It's Kevin P. Bong!
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The shiny stuff which was totally incompatible with its intended use.
I see a bright future for this youngster... I hear Topshop are hiring.
Currently $62 pcm for 20/2 Mbps. I believe the TWC Comcast merger means we will probably be looking at data caps in the near future.
Bricking it, left, right and centre. Needs a few with backbone to actually stand up and make the decision one way or the other, unfortunately years of social selection have ensured that parliament is almost entirely populated by spineless gits.
I thought there were specialist sites for that already... oh you mean food!
If the person was in the UK at the time of the crime then the alleged injured party should be forced to prosecute under UK law. The ridiculous potential sentences and penalties for this sort of crime in the US should be tripping switches in politicos brains (assuming they exist, the brains that is), that something is not fair and appropriate. Potentially 99 years for this compared with 6 months for rape.
Believe it or not the fees in UK Universities (excluding Scotland!) are approaching those of the US, admittedly the repayment terms and interest in the US are more onerous. Western democracies generally need to wake up and stop profiteering in educating our future generations, education benefits not just them but the societies they live in.
Nuke it from space... It's the only way to be sure.
Mine's the anorak...
M$ lawyers should be thinking about sorting this sort of thing out before it gets to court, $10,090 or even 10 times that is chickenfeed compared to the bad publicity.
The type that listens to people who although citizens are not actually resident at the time. Unlike the arbitrary 15 year cut off for voter registration for the referendum.
No doubt he deserved penal servitude of some kind, there has to be some fairness in the application of sentences. Financial crime, hit him financially, big time, take all that he has, if necessary. When physically dangerous people walk away from horrible acts with little retribution or consequences that don't reflect the seriousness of the crime then something is wrong.
This is not just a can of worms this is a Forties Field full of the wriggling little bastards, the unpicking of the last 43 years of legislation, agreements, trade deals etc etc is going to be an effing nightmare. Any prospect of the UK emerging out the other side as stronger and more prosperous is indicative of someone smoking something other than Old Holborn.
calling something the exact opposite of what it actually is. A tactic much loved by the right wing fucktards in the US and hardware manufacturers who foist on us the piss poor excuses for software they come up with e.g. lenovo "Solution Center", Western Digital "Smartware", etc. Lying doesn't quite cover it.
You should try the deep fried pizza, comes in two varieties, battered and fried or unbattered and fried. As the cooking process advances I swear you can see the level of oil in the frier go down. Fish and chip shops in Scotland are misnamed, they should be called "deep fried anything and chip shops", pies, sausages, haggis, red, white and black puddings, battered hamburgers, smoked sausage, smoked sausage wrapped in kebab meat then battered and fried, you name it the chippie will try it.
Marketing speak for more expensive product with less expensive ingredients.
Or perhaps the handing over of funds to the SFO.
I actually use that programme with my electronics class to show them how we expected electronics to develop contrasted with how they actually did. Not a lot of disappointment! The kids like the old cool tech.
TV used to be a force for good and I put much of my catalogue of useless but entertaining information down to being an avid TV viewer in the 70s. It also refined what I wanted to do in terms of my chosen discipline, the TV available now will do little for our youth apart from force feed them the latest crop of shit that someone somewhere is trying to make their fortune off.
In the 70s a curious and technology/science/history interested kid was blessed. The range of educational programming available on the BBC and to a much lesser extent on ITV was huge. More to the point it was truly educational, unlike the mostly glossy presenter centred claptrap we see now. Horizon is a pale shadow of what it was, today's Panorama is sensationalist at best, Man Alive has no modern equivalent. The list is huge but some highlights include Connections, Tomorrow's World, World at War, All Our Yesterdays, Chronicle, Miller's Your life in their hands, This Week, just some of a very long list.The best that is on offer today is still good but there's just an awful lot less of it. When documentary channels are dominated by fecking reality TV shows (I'm looking at you Discovery and History) and presenting Hollywood films as factual content, things are in a sorry state.
always guaranteed to raise a smile, your hunger level and pique your techie side. Lester will be sadly missed by all, condolences and kind thoughts to his family, friends and colleagues.
A Teaching Institute's curriculum where I used to work is referred to as Program of Studies, its acronym, which is innocently used, is entirely appropriate.
"O-levels in Psychology and Hugging, a did-not-complete in Reality and an A-level in talking bollocks."
The current crop of educational theorists who are bollocking up the education systems of the USa and the UK.
Looks as if it's time to scrub that account, their security issues and spamming have only got worse over the last year and their usefulness is diminishing as the annoyances increase.
As long as it's a stick with 6 inch nails in the end of it. My 3 year old Samsung has never had an update combo of Samsung and Cell company not doing their job.
like anything involving big business being called to book in the US, at some point in the proceedings someone who has had a chequebook flashed at them will roll over and call the whole thing off.
Looks to me as if someone is attempting to shut down a FIFAesque crack down and investigation on and into past dodgy dealings.
So that's why I was getting all that crud this morning, I wondered if someone somewhere had sold an email address list.
a butcher's at the opening ceremony, somebody was smoking something a little bit too strong in the planning of that I think.
I got one of those, it worked fine after upgrade, and then I disabled it as the login reliability was just as pathetic as it was under W7,W8 and W8.1. It's quicker just entering a password than multiple finger swipes then followed by a password as it eventually fails.
have at least a boot and OS SSD. It is the single best upgrade you can give a PC. The only machine I have that has a substantial amount of SSD storage is the games machine which has a couple of 480GB SSDs in RAID 0. Does my Skyrim installation no end of good.