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Australia's first public swatting victim a nice bloke

Mr Grumblefish

Re: "...it's dangerous to the police responding to the people inside the house,"

When you have a large number of people, however well trained, running around with guns it's dangerous to everyone in the vicinity.

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Please be seated at your FOUR-LEGGED PC

Mr Grumblefish

Just the thing to go with my Cray 1

Though I might need more than one.

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US bloke raises $250k to build robo-masturbation device

Mr Grumblefish

Well, my masturbation experiences have always been realistic.

I use a real hand.

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NASA's orbiting space-broadband probe LADEE beams back Moon snaps

Mr Grumblefish

And when it happens

I expect el Reg's headline to be "LADEE bits FOUND ON MOON".

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Guinness gives games geek world record for 10,607 piece collection

Mr Grumblefish

Re: picture

I think you've got the wrong room. This is unnecessarily vituperate and essentially irrelevant comments about Apple because the article mentioned in passing a product they once produced.

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Dino-boffins discover 100-million-year-old BIRD TRACKS in Australia

Mr Grumblefish

"birds are dinosaurs"

Especially the cassowaries.

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Eco-nomics: Was Stern 'wrong for the right reasons' ... or just wrong?

Mr Grumblefish

Re: Inept analogies abound - an entire ecosystem of them

Consider my upvote multiplied by an order of magnitude. Here in Australia there is currently much angst about "boat people". Froth-mouthed demagogues whip up hysteria about the country been swamped by "economic refugees". All in response to a few thousand people per year. Now imagine what would happen if a significant proportion of , say, the North African population decided to tried to move northward in order to "adapt" to higher temperatures. Frankly, I'm happy to pay 5% of my income not to live in that world.

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Boffins create super-muscular 'Hulk' mice: Humans next

Mr Grumblefish

Re: We're DOOMED.

No, but I remember The Talons of Weng-Chiang. I wonder if Sydney has any Victorian era sewers left.

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Harvard boffins build cyborg skin of flesh and nanowires

Mr Grumblefish

Whereas I

would think " interactive sexbot warriors which will destroy mankind while mankind really enjoys it".

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Racketeering suit filed over smut-piracy charges

Mr Grumblefish

And not "hard"

in a good way.

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Mr Grumblefish

I mean,

have you ever tried to masturbate to "The C Programming Language, 2nd Ed". It's hard work , I tell you.

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Mr Grumblefish

Mr Grumblefish

finds porn extremely useful.

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Reg hack attempts gutsiest expenses claim EVER

Mr Grumblefish

Re: Sheer brilliance

It had to happen. The SPB have progressed to constructing a Tardis out of tinfoil and discarded toilet paper tubes.

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Two weeks 'til the internet disappears, for 58 Fortune 500 companies

Mr Grumblefish

Re: Not Just Workstations, Not Just Dummies... Sometimes, it's Back-corner Cruft

Bad but I've heard worse.

Oh wait, the point of the story isn't that they were using McAfee.

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Menage á tablet: Apple vs Amazon vs Google

Mr Grumblefish

Re: Size Matters or Size Doesn't matter

Just proves that 7" is the perfect size if I do say so myself.

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iPad Fleshlight lets fanbois express their love

Mr Grumblefish

I want to know

the correct baud rate. I heard it was important to set it correctly.

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Phone maker punts AA-powered blower

Mr Grumblefish

Yes, but

what happens when they change it to 0118 999 88199 9119 725

3.

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Area 51 to host sci-fi knocking shop

Mr Grumblefish

Mention of anal probes

inevitably leads to Cartman's rectum and we don't want to go there.

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IBM: 'Your PC will read your mind by 2016'

Mr Grumblefish

Mind control on my PC

Excellent - I won't need to download my porn and it will all be extra-kinky.

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Erotica 2011 stands firm against rise of the sex machines

Mr Grumblefish
Coat

Of course,

Symbian won't provide you with any sexual gratification - that's what iOS is for.

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Saddam 'double' kidnapped by smut flick gang

Mr Grumblefish

I look like Ron Jeremy

and I got kidnapped by a gang who wanted to make me the new president of Libya.

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It's official: Journos are dumb as a bag of IE users

Mr Grumblefish

One day

I'll tell you about my time with Imogen Smythe-Fortescue.

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Reg readers ponder LOHAN's substantial globes

Mr Grumblefish

Place LOHAN on top of the pole using this tube

Is this a "simple solution" or your personal fantasy?

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Nearly everyone in SOUTH KOREA HACKED IN ONE GO

Mr Grumblefish

I'd blame the Norks

but it's pretty difficult to to do any serious hacking over a network consisting of empty soup cans and old pieces of string.

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Menorcan politician flashes substantial chesticles

Mr Grumblefish

"I want to get off"

I think that's what's she's counting on.

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Mr Grumblefish

I think you missed the "North Korean" connection

n/t

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Dutch astronaut unleashes 155 mph 'Superbus'

Mr Grumblefish

Cutting edge humour

keep it coming!

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Stop sexing up IT and give Civil Servants Macs, says gov tech boss

Mr Grumblefish

Not Samba

It's Kamba the White Lion you're thinking off.

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Online world maps rub jubs against todgers

Mr Grumblefish

Though hopefully not at the same time

Brazilians on the other hand. . .

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Russian jailed for 6 years for smutty billboard stunt

Mr Grumblefish

It was probably a Ron Jeremy clip

Anyone exposing RJ's naked body to the world deserves serious porridge.

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MEGA DINO-WHALE from 'Valley of the Whales' exhibited

Mr Grumblefish

Yes but ...

"There’s no limit of sponsors per bone". This way you get to share your bone.

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Google Maps for Droid phones becomes a LOT better

Mr Grumblefish

Does that mean I can stand on top of them

like Captain Jack?

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Unfeasibly vast amphibian found croaked on video card

Mr Grumblefish

Yes,

but do you really want to admit to getting on a bi.

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BURNING LUST for SEXY BUSTY BLONDES - Science explains

Mr Grumblefish

Wot

You mean I'll have to make do with Keira. Heartbroken!

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Apple Facetime flings out frightening random calls

Mr Grumblefish

Yea,

its always hackers.

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Berners-Lee: Facebook 'threatens' web future

Mr Grumblefish

That's me dated then

I can remember when 'glamour' was a code word for 'naked boobies'.

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Most coders have sleep problems, need 'hygiene and care'

Mr Grumblefish

Monastic?

You mean no sex?

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Mozilla 'cloud' code editor breaks with Lando Calrissian

Mr Grumblefish

"Apparently, some people didn't like it."

Yeah, should have been called Stratos.

- a Star Trek fan

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Cyber-jihadists deface home of teddy bears' picnic

Mr Grumblefish

Now things really will get nasty

Do not anger the teddy bears. Just don't.

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Meego goes 3D

Mr Grumblefish

Polygonal Porn

I'll pass on that thanks.

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Black helicopters circle 'Welsh Roswell'

Mr Grumblefish
Alien

but the Doors are fine

assuming the aliens have the technology to reanimate Jim.

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Exiting workers more likely to steal data than stationery

Mr Grumblefish
Pint

Data? What's wrong with the traditional items.

Two cans of beer.

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Clinton barrels in to BlackBerry brouhaha

Mr Grumblefish

Wrong Clinton

Next thing you'll be blaming Hillary for the stains on that dress.

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Turkish pranksters load Facebook Translate with swears

Mr Grumblefish

#1

4 wtf!

Seriously!

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NHS spunks £7.5k on porn room

Mr Grumblefish

BUPA

British Union of Pornographic Actresses?

You're confusing the colonials.

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Fragrant tech thief stalks Whitehall

Mr Grumblefish

Nah, it wasn't "the Lady of the Lies"

It was a black man.

On a horse.

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Underground tunnel complexes FOUND ON MOON

Mr Grumblefish

Good idea

I've been looking for undercover parking for my Eagle for bloody years.

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Gulf spill to annihilate all earthlings, says seer

Mr Grumblefish

On second thought

he's probably rejected the scenario as too understated.

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Image recognition – defense against a Lampard replay?

Mr Grumblefish

Is a Lampard replay

some form of man in the middle attack? Looks like I'll never know since the article text appears to have been inadvertently run though an Enigma machine.

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