1560 posts • joined 16 Oct 2008
I get the impression that a lot of Guardian readers troll the Mail fora (and vice versa).
Blimey. Maybe there's some hope for this sad island after all.
They've invented the priest's sock?
South African dam, African elephants.
If Indian dams ever break the 600 (African) elephant per second barrier, then we can start to argue.
Especially as this would rate the dam at a magnificent 3654 PPM.
That has just shot to the top of my list of favourite measurements, wiping the floor with the Wales and even beating the Bulgarian Airbag.
Fuck em. We can't put the rights of the general public above those of company executives to line their pockets with people's tax pounds. We'll support this scam and concoct some wacky terrrorism bullshit to cover our backs. Oppose the perv scanners? You must support the terrorists! You must be a terrorist!
True, but that's a risk fixing all bugs. Disclosure doesn't make my bug fixes better or worse and I can't see why that's any different for MS.
Not often I agree with Redmond, but for bugs that have been found internally, just fix them!
I'd rate not being a dick as far more important than the grade(?), subject or even having a degree.
I was speaking purely for myself, though admittedly I should have added pointing and laughing for completeness.
...that earns you Desmond*.
* I don't have a degree at all yet feel educated enough to sneer at Mr Wogu.
Maybe you're used to a Pavlovian dash for your debit card as soon as Apple releases new shiny but you don't have to. The old iPhone is a perfectly capable device (once you slap an oversized rubber band over it).
That's a shame as Graeme Swann is quite entertaining. Anyone know of a spoof Swanny a la TheBig_Sam?
Personally I've no use for this but I can see parents getting their (lucky) kids one to stop them nicking their phones to play Angry Birds.
Now where do I opt out?
Hopefully they've scaled up the battery otherwise it'll flop like nobody's business!
That was my first thought, too. And that's one bit of information I'll happily share with Google!
How wonderfully, if depressingly, succint.
I wonder if they got the idea by reading Omon Ra by Vicotr Pelevin.
Now that is impressive!
In the sense that they're "not racist, but..."
I didn't know that fraud trials without jury were in the sights as well. I've always viewed jury trials as an easy target for the Tories as they can argue it's red tape in the way of getting jsutice done.
So it's a welcome from me, suspended until the fine print has been examined (by someone more clued up than I).
...the head trauma monitor does sound extremely useful (potentially a life-saving app, rather than killer app) but would, as, Dale 3 says, require a decent connection.
When the driver's late for his cuppa more like!
Reading, writing and spelling
Post a proper URL
...ss long as you're careful not to buy Starbucks' vile cups of over-roasted pish.
Only in America would they have a gun sale to raise money for crime victims. I love you all, you crazy bastards!
That is all
Annoying the hell out of your userbase not a good business model? Well I never.
I'm not even that sorry for the poor basts losing their jobs.
There'll be falling over/into things/onto things aplenty going on in and around city centre boozers the length and breadth of the UK. I'm not sure which you'd pick as the 3rd.
For once I don't blame the parents.
Having just chowed down on a big plate of veg samosas I'm grateful to live in a country with freedom of, er, gas.
First they came for the flatulent...
And there's the real reason he was sacked, for not claiming he was searching for architectural ironmongery.
Via airmail, of course
They all put their fncking phones down and take court cases seriously?
So... when I was down the pub on Saturday I was being a Beer Scientist? Actually with over 20 years research I'd be overqualified in the Essential Oils sector.
While the material and distribution costs are negligible, the authors still have to be paid. Your typical eBook price complaint completely devalues the months of work represented by a good book (or the days of work represented by a Dan Brown novel).
With all that code kncoking around inviting people to "Like" pages on 3rd party sites. Personally I'd rather they allowed me to switch that shite off because I'm never going to use it.
Most of us remember Slammer
That ticks quite a lot of my boxes (can take a knock, small-for-a-smartphone size, call quality, battery life), enough to forgive the less than bleeding edge OS. Certainly more boxes than my Desire.
Hopefully an updated Defy 2 will be available at upgrade time.
It is possible to escape the whole shitepile of celebutard gossip. Honestly.
You don't have to read the red tops. You can watch Channel Four news instead of Channel Five. Then maybe you won't find the need to anonymously post angry messages to the Internet.
I'm still not ready to part with my hard-earned on a tablet but this is the most tempting fondle-slab I've seen so far. And unlike almost every other vendor, Archos have been making this sort of thing for years.
Whereas complaining on the Internet is a good use of anyone's time.
Your review focusses more on aesthetics and noise than how they feel when typing. Personally I'm not arsed what the thing looks like, nor whether my colleagues can make phonecalls when I'm typing (frankly if they can't, so much the better). What I am concerned with is can I still use my hands after a marathon of bodging code.