1534 posts • joined Thursday 16th October 2008 09:53 GMT
That is all
Re: Over the top?
"On a personal level I have seen photographers taking illicit 'up skirt' shots,"
With DSLRs? Talk sense!
Plod's out of control
Somebody should remind this bunch of Gene Hunts that they work for us.
No downvote required?
But downvotes are traditional in iThing comments; no matter which side you're on or how sensible your comment.
I'm not making any claims to sensible comments, BTW, but some commentards have.
It's their loss
No, no, no. Ignore the poster, above. Stick to the fizzy piss and save the proper beer for me!
It is a fork
In fact Linus has said "nice fork" or words to that effect.
I'll do it for a few quid. I bet a few other fellow commentards would, too. Just check our posting histories for references.
PS WHY IS THIS STORY IN REGHARDWARE? IT'S GOT JACK TURD TO DO WITH HARDWARE YOU HALF-WITTED ASSCLOWN. GOD THIS SITE SUCKS. UTTER SHITE, REG!
So instead of wasting thousands of plod man hours, they tax it and make money? If only a few other authorities would follow suit.
(Personally I'm not that arsed about drugs, one way or another - I'm just opposed to stupidity.)
Would that be the one that you can, y'know, use to make phonecalls?
Back to work
Are you new here?
(reading while compiling : http://xkcd.com/303/ )
You're in a hole. Stop digging.
IMO Bellend was right to allow it. It's a part of South African footie culture and its World Cup should reflect that.
That said, anyone blowing one near me next season will be down A&E getting it removed from their jacksy.
Not shooting the messenger here, Reg. You're right to report it but this kind of story is becoming depressingly familiar. I fear the planned public sector spending cuts will mean that data-handling training is only going to get worse.
Paper ain't broke - don't fix it
For £250 you could buy 40-50 paperbacks and just read, y'know, them.
Now it can't make calls in daylight?
Or is this because of another software cock-up in the previous iPhone.
So glad I don't own one of these!
Radio on iPlayer
"Listeners are discovering radio on iPlayer in spite of the BBC's help, not because of it."
They're not exactly hiding it. On the default BBC home page there are "Listen Live" (iPlayer) links to all national BBC stations.
Yup. Bono's a complete bellend. Sting's another. One of the things I miss about the post-Facebook world is the pictures of Sting looking like a twat group - seriously FB users, search for it and be amazed!
"Frank just had a dump, lol" spun out to feature-length.
One to avoid methinks.
Oh there's a meerkat
Your best years are well behind you, Prince. I can't see many people giving a rat's jacksy about your latest wankramble.
Auntie doesn't get much right...
...but this is fantastic news.
There isn't anything else like it broadcasting in the UK. I love the feeling of being able to switch it on at any hour of the day, confident that there's quality music (especially music that I'd not heard of) to be had.
Lots of tales about stringing them along for larks - which is exactly what I'd do. Bless you Reg readers, bless you all!
Crap reception unless you hold it in a special way or put an expensive rubber band around it. Pull the other one, Jobs.
The Chartered Institute for IT - Enabling Waffle Waffle Waffle
The British Computer Society is a fantastic name. A great example of plain English. The proposed rebranding sounds like it was dreamt up by a committee of MBA waving recent graduates who couldn't accomplish any IT task more difficult than opening an email attachment.
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