3215 posts • joined 5 Mar 2009
East Midlands and East Anglia?
Re: the 10 Xbox One owners might be overjoyed with this
It won't, I am pretty sure it came down to IP ownership.
My son is more bothered .......
Where is the next Ratchet and Clank game?
I read it as Penguins and demons
Perhaps whales killed them off?
Due to their brain size and ability, perhaps the cetations killed off the more dangerous sharks?
Re: How are they going to fit it to his bicycle?
Sir Bradley rides bicycles not sharks!
How are they going to fit it to his bicycle?
And what use will he have for it?
Re: Westfield SEight
Ah the car to terrify every other sports car & hot hatch on the road.
Oh look boy racer, a real engine and in a light car.
Re: Weird Reality
They have some strange names for property shops.
I hope this stupid domains crash and burn
.spot - OK for acne treatments I suppose
.reality - wierd, anyway wouldn't they be better off with Tuvalu domains for their reality shows.
I never knew about Sopwith and Hawker being basically the same company
I could see that for bombing missions, but not yet for fighters.
That said there are better pilots out there than the US top guns. See FAA and RAF
A village has lost its idiot.
Why would it matter if a British person wrecked the Norks only computer?
Why would it matter if a British security person hacked into say a Middle East system to dig up ISIS information?
This idiot wants to criminalise GCHQ!
Stuff that - too much like hard work I have had cat A since 1980.
Re: Fuse wire - EFI churning
Unless a sensor is starting on its way out, had to crank a bit when the crank sensor started to fail, and I needed recovery in the middle of a postal strike!
After the strike fitted the new sensor, perfect.
Re: Cruise control - maintaning speed
Last two cars were built without cruise but added trivially. One was stalk and software, the other was a few switches.
Cruise should be free or at most £50.
I used to own a tuned old hatch with some rally components, very little weight and a three figure power output. The biggest engine version would hassle contemporary super cars.
On the motorway I would keep to around 80, now hills were fun, I could keep my speed up the steepest going past the repmobiles, but they were so eager to pass me back on the down hills, simply due to car age. (Did not happen with newer cars) This would happen again and again. Actually it was a great car to identify knobs, and it even raised smiles from traffic police.
Oil heat exchangers
Actually they are pretty good, they heat the oil up quicker to operating temperatures and then keep them from getting too hot.
Warms the engine up quicker
Re: As I have a horrendously long commute
I once managed 10mpg driving into a head wind while towing. So blustery I avoided the A30 across Bodmin.
About 40l of propane after 90 miles.
I used to commute by bike, but the trip got boring so I went faster and faster until I got caught!
large bikes cruised well around 70-80
Actually if you are trying to hypermile an auto you will be doing this a lot, chasing lock up top.
Most autos I have driven lock up around 50, so if you are following a car and they are desparately trying to drive at 50 rather than 45 - they are trying to hypermile a traditional auto.
It can make quite a bit of difference in economy.
Better to keep an existing car running than waste resources making another
Re: LED lighting
I agree those PWM rear lights are horrific. Sometimes you cannot even work out which car they are on.
I detest those driving lights too, At dusk as bad as main beam
Re: Depends on assumptions
I bit my oil filter would not get stone chipped.
It is changed from the top!
The tunnel - lots of odd things
Well that tunnel has no doors in it, and no passageways behind the walls, also no ladders nor stariways..
Simply is a curved hole under a hill.
Re: "We're no good, but we're the least shitiest."
"We are not Murdoch."
I think MS should do it all for free
After the tactics used to kill off the proper PC server company I think MS should do it for free.
As a fatter person
My issue is sitting at a desk all day and too tired to take many walks in the evening.
I don't eat as much as I did when young either
Re: HAHA HAHA HAHA HAHA
When I as small I was shocked when episode 2 of Sale of the Century came on TV, they had already had it!
Oh is isn't
The EE I thought it was.
I do wish I could get BT to traffic shape MY traffic to prioritise PSN over bloody youtube, or anything else.
Am I the only one?
Who wondered what they were doing with Playstation Network?
My wife set up a load to get more Farmville crap, and they never noticed, pity the chipmunk died a few years ago (he was old)
I am glad my Hunter has nearly 200 Sapphire wires.
Re: Prior Art
Limited Slip Diff
No, much better bike engines
Seen much better
Last week was better, but Moffat was better when not show running, this last episode was just silly.
Moffat high points are
Blink, "Are you my mummy?", GITF, Rory as a Roman Centurion and Auton. And the War Doctor.
RTD had more shockers, but also knew how to delegate. I still think Turn Left was his highlight.
Re: It's Dr Who
As far as I can recall ACC never had FTL travel in any of his stories
Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong
It is the V sign made with the index and middle fingers, originally done to prove you still have your longbow string pulling fingers.
See Harvey Smith
Built two W7 recently
Also boot into Mint
Our home PC (as opposed to childrens) is XP as it was built just over 5 years ago and it was the OS of choice, it still runs all I need as I chucked a quad core chip in it.
BTW XP can run software Win7 cannot
Bring back the flag
That new Windows logo is shite, bring back the coloured flag
Re: Nobody will buy the smaller engine
It is RWD, no one is so stupid as to do rear engine front drive.
Re: Fiat 500?
Lovely little engine.
Fine in an Imp but terrible in its final home, which why I sold one to a trike builder and dropped an Avenger 1600 in.
Do you actually know what Blackberries are?
Small black berries of fruit.
They are nice stewed with apples and served with custard
I prefer things like
Centre diff lock.
Self levelling suspension.
An engine with character.
I have been in an Evoque and I much prefer my Discovery 2.
Not quite as fast, but much roomier and those twin sunroofs.
Mine is the cross over model, last of the traditional things, such as two live axles, transfer box with diff lock, an engine designed by them rather than a Ford or BMW lump. But new features as well such as traction control and HDC. And the only model with hydraulic anti roll
Re: I would move like a shot
I genuinely had issues with idiot buyers. I was offering a repair service for an item, they buy the repair then leave neg feedback because I did not send an item and they demanded one.
No morons read the advert "Repair Service" the picture "repair service" and the big warning in the advert
5 in two months
Re: Consumers who care about quality?
Stretch and crop
Or why I didn't buy a WS TV until I had WS broadcasts.
I am happy have black bars to get the correct look.
Re: Chicken and Egg
Those bitrates are pretty low compared to disc media
Re: On being slowly boiled alive with video standards
Digital Terrestrial depended on
Your TV & decoder
Where you live
I have seen DTTV which was as good as a good DVD, I have seen DTTV as good as a video CD.
Where you live, my digital reception was better than my analogue - same aerial
TV Anamorphic widescreen is prefereable to letterboxing, RGB usually bypasses artificial sharpening. My last TV had pretty shocking sharpening that I actually considered physically disabling it. It was disabled in movie mode so I used that for video tapes, everything else used carefully set up personal. BUT RGB sources were DVD, PS2, DTTV PVRs, and the TV tuner was internally RGB, so I just never bothered.
The decoder in my TV was also very good, but the TV basically wore out and was also not 8K compliant, sold due to wanting HD.
Early bitrates were higher than today.
I fit none
I don't like football
Re: Get Lost Murdoch
I try to do my best.
I supported OnDigital
I torrented things he took off FTA TV (then bought the DVD)
I refuse to even read his bog paper.
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