302 moved permanently, Shirley?
1572 posts • joined 16 Oct 2008
302 moved permanently, Shirley?
Rule 34 says you probably can see it.
It's Eurovision week* so it's a shame mylovely.horse is just a holding page.
* in some households, not mine
Grunge was nothing revolutionary; just another flavour of rock music.
The "self-censorship" (and liberal use of NSFW in other articles) is a courtesy to those employees of corporations with a puritanical view of appropriate reading.
This is less of an insurance hazard than giving the keys to a garage for an MOT or repairs. Whether the insurance companies agree - or, as some commenters suggest, spy an excuse to put a zero on the end of my premiums - is another matter.
He was a homeopathy fan. Maybe his herbal tea had seen a picture of some methamphetamine.
Will the next version rhyme with "Lanky Walrus"?
I liked Jonnhy Cage's do-the-splits-gonad-punch the best.
I side with the purists here or at least the (possibly slightly pongy) pro-onion camp. Tortilla de patatas is a supremely tasty example of less is more.
It's big flaw was not being quite as funny as Chris Morris's tv work - a standard which leaves plenty of room to still be funny. I laughed most of the way through and the ending was superb. Well worth a revisit from me as well.
That 1-6 setting sounds ominously toaster-like.
There are any number of fun ways to spoil your ballot, which is most likely what I'll be doing. Every time I vote for someone who gets in to Government they make me regret it by rubber stamping a neo-Con attack on the poor, disabled, etc.; or lying to the nation so they can kill thousands of Iraqis.
People are still dying to get the vote so I feel obliged to use it, but I don't feel obliged to use it on any of the current shower.
"It remains to be seen if estate agents will lie about mobile coverage details on their property pitches."
Fixed that for you.
It's nuggets (no pun intended) like this that keep me coming back to this site.
From the picture the girth of the dinocronk is unimpressive. I doubt it's even a third of a lingiune.
It will also be the year of Linux on the desktop. What a year that'll be!
There is one "a" in space. There are many in "spaaaace"
This means "spaaaace", "spaaaaace", etc. are valid.
A salesman once asked me for Service Pack 3 for NT4 on floppy. I printed off some labels, stuck them on 56 spare floppy disks and dumped the lot on his desk.
I wish UK govt had spent this money on nurses or something.
In America Pi is 14.3 ... IIRC ours is different because of the metric system.
I like the old version, but breaking up the Factual monolith can only be a good thing (for me at least)
You can take Windows XP from my cold, dead, smeared over the dashboard hands.
I imagine RMS would've had strong words if they'd chosen Gnubuntu
It's a great way of getting the "work doesn't pay" message across
I was shaving my ass like baboons before it was cool.
Bacon is a superfood, but let's keep it quiet. As soon as the Graun set get hold of this, prices will rocket.
This is not about mistrusting the healthcare professionals. It's mistrusting the management wonks - either now or in a few governments' time who will flog this off to the highest bidder.
Sooner or later they will fuck the nation over massively with this. They will.
And this is exactly why I've opted out. Not that I'd trust these bastarts with a code of practice either.
[dons tinfoil hat]
My career, mediocre as it is, is another that began in the 80s with a Spectrum. As such I never knew Sir Clive but his protrayal seemed a wee bit OTT.
Granted our industry is filled with ... highly-strung people but OTT all the same.
I would suggest that 27 countries fared better.
Whether we need a law or not, we'll probably get one. Blair started banning things that were already banned and the current lot continue to do so.
Somehting to do with being seen to do someting.
I look forward to them telling the story of how the Americans cracked the Enigma code.
They make you look like a great, shining bell.
One side-effect is we'll have to go back to calling them "sweets".
Worthy of the Northern Territory News. Colleague from Darwin is delighted to hear of more southerly Aussies being so dumb.
I can think of quite a few people who could use a washable keyboard.
Stop sniggering at the back!
Anything that doesn't feel like tracing paper/sandpaper and your finger doesn't go through will do for me.
Indeed. I'm in my 40s and halfway through a degree now - despite having worked on the internet since the 90s.
"What this old thing? Just £5 on Well Known Auction Site (tm)"
So having provided a cyberpunk dystopia, Google are moving on to more optimistic sci-fi.
12 mugs of tea sounds reasonable to me. If I spent, say a Saturday at home I'll easily get through 7 or 8 pints mugs of tea before "caffeine lasites" (sometimes aka pub o'clock).
A qualified +1 there - for mug size only.
Clipper was my tea of choice till I overcame my "cultural" aversion to Yorkshire Tea about 18 months ago.
As long as you avoid the cheaper supermarket varieties I reckon how you make a cuppa has more bearing than the choice of tea. Though FWIW my vote's for Yorkshire Tea.
I'm all for Friday afternoon journalism. In fact I'd like it all week long.
So ... is this just some honourary title cos he's the President, or something genuine like Kim Jung Il's golf prowess?
I realise that being "seen to be green" is kinda the point for a lot of people but I wish manufacturers would make them look like normal cars.
I don't mind the odd outage as electricity's so cheap ... oh.