Re: Who's Big Al?
He has a notoriously low tulip threshold.
534 posts • joined 23 Feb 2009
He has a notoriously low tulip threshold.
There's some evidence we are heading back there.
I like your post. Upvoted.
Not everybody chooses to have these. Also, I note your reluctance to share your identity.
That's why they're red - to warn you of the danger.
You're a brave soul. Much better to keep it in your blacklist and remove the risk of answering what your memory will soon reduce to an unidentified number.
They should be earning their keep being stuffed up chimneys surely?
I guess that explains why a barman in Oakland responded to my request for a pint of Newcastle Brown (only place I ever saw it on draught) by asking if I'd like a large or a small pint. It seemed rather odd at the time.
Do you mean wrist fondlee? Surely the wrist fondler is the wearer of the device, not the device itself.
But the one from the TV series DID appear in the film while they were queuing for something or other.
My friends already have me for all that.
How do you know?
It's the only way to live.
There doing it in bar form now?
I think it's about who owns the means of production.
Cheapo Chinese Android tablet bought out of curiosity and hitherto no use found for plus ancient netbook with broken screen (being binned by my sister) plus Zoneminder and some webspace does the intrusion detection well enough. Anything more is just an indulgence (although Zoneminder is a pig to set up.)
...TO THE MAX!!!
Quite so. Viper powered unicycles are the way to go.
"Perhaps the real reason for ensuring that alert messages are dull is that walking the dog, reaping the corn and churning the milk are actually yet more euphemisms for disgusting sexual practices of which I am blissfully unaware."
A lot of people are rumoured to go "walking the dog" after dark at one of our local beauty spots.
Those who don't learn from history etc.
Beaten by an AC.
...which looks like this: pa##word.
Or so we've been told by disembodied American voices for a couple of decades now.
Siri, recommend an alternative to Siri.
I see what you did there.
To get away from the chicken, er, plucker?
No. You are not.
If you use and kind of standard sliced stuff then yes you do. It's loaded with sugar to make it rise fast.
"Also, if you look closely, the freedom of speech in Russia is fairly "democratic" - if you hold an opinion widely shared by the majority - you can pretty much say what you like. The problem is what happens when your opinion diverges..."
Same as the West then. I imagine the majority opinion is probably the one dictated or manipulated by the powers that be too.
The colour of Lemon Sole?
But what was the panda crossed with?
I'd agree with everything you said if only the damn things worked reliably instead of frequently throwing a fit and refusing to do anything until a member of staff sticks a key in and fiddles about under the hood.
That's correct in the UK. I understand it's not correct in the USA and so might not be elsewhere too.
Well we need something for god's sake! It may as well be electronic devices.
My first thought was that Galaxy Apps is likely going to stay Android only and another store will open using whatever name they come up with for their Tizen based range of devices. I hope I'm right but I haven't successfully predicted the future, as it relates to phones, since I said ring tones would eventually be polyphonic.
Long enough for you to get to taekwondo red belt then ;-)
useful in providing evidence when trying thoughtcrime cases I suppose.
But it happens mostly, in my experience, with maths.
AKA another article?
Fine and dandy it most certainly is not at 12:46BST.
No but they are believed to be by those with the same mindset as "the only value of art is monetary". To all of those scumbags I say get off my planet and take your filthy, dirty toxic points of view with you.
Without your help I would not have seen the light. You have shown me how unreliable my Owncloud server is. You have made aware of the fact that for reliable online services I should choose from the many excellent products available from Microsoft. I am forever in your debt.
Yes, working in tech sounds great. I should have done a sociology degree or something instead of this useless maths & computing nonsense.
“Its like a finger pointing away to the moon. Don’t concentrate on the finger or you will miss all that heavenly glory.” - B. Lee
That is all.
"Sure, a government can lock you up and throw away the key..."
Corporations can do nothing as bad as this if they wish to remain within the law. Governments make the law and can do much worse than this. Furthermore, you are free to not use the services of, for example, Google. You are not free to withhold information from your government. This is basic stuff.
@Psyx and an AC or two earlier: You completely missed my point.
"The fact that it shits on people's privacy and rights without actually jailing them doesn't make mass data collection ok, whether it by by grubbiment or corporations."
That is my position also. The point I was making was that a corporation doing it is much less dangerous to an individual's personal liberty than a government doing it.