Re: 15 gears?
I use the low range ones mainly as I am heavy!
4170 posts • joined 5 Mar 2009
I use the low range ones mainly as I am heavy!
Can't they afford a proper bicycle?
Bottom end Shimano setups are not that expensive. Though I note that Sturmey Archer hubs cost a lot more than they used to.
Last time I road a fixed gear bike I was small and it had stabilisers
My bicycle has 15 gears!
My Sony LCD runs on Linux, they now use Android, it was crap at Smart even when new (never used beyond photo mode)
My old FD Trinitron just had simple firmware.
Both brands have had players which no longer support this, Better off buying a console
I cannot see Iplayer getting removed from my PS4
Hmm my 2008 and 2010 Sony BD players still do IPlayer and the ITV version.
And also play games
Still seems like the best idea.
Too many out there to remove support from, with reasonably savvy users who know who to complain to.
Those 4 well the only one who is not poison is not very good. They are better off with their caretaker leader.
The other one.
As to other parties, I think some recent MPs were PPCs chosen from open selections, where ANYONE in the constituency could choose that parties PPC. I think this includes the Lady Doctor from South Devon.
Could this be the real issue, high frequency noise, not the RF?
I think you may be right about the noises.
The only places I can get a complete undisturbed nights sleep is in the middle of nowhere, traffic noise is horrible, but wind in trees - yawn, zzzzzzzzzzz.
I seem to be managing on 6 or so hours after disturbances.
Perhaps I need to see the doctor and get a prescription for a holiday in Cornwall.
They didn't even raise a smile. A poor year.
Better ones in the comments.
Snow White funny
Posh & Becks funny
Tim Vines puns can be very funny.
So Sony movie studios hack is OK, Snowden leak OK, but this isn't?
I originally thought it was just poor, then part way through, poor joke.
This was supposed to be funny?
Real/32 was released.
I went to the launch, was a pretty powerful OS and I remember they supplied Austrailian wine.
As to 95 I went from Real/32 with 1 screen running Windows for Workgroups (I had the server) to 98 and Netware.
But can you still get gassed by fag smokers?
EE made the Lightning
Hawker Siddley made the Harrier
Korea is easy to mess up as the Northern one is NOT democratic so it makes sense to not play an anthem for a country called democratic.
Why is he named after a fart?
XP, a classic
Who is going to follow someone named after a fart?
Blocking antivirus installs due to a persons name.
Just beyond belief
make the lightbulb heavier.
But it is a lightbulb not a heavybulb!
(RIP Tommy Cooper)
Well I have been looking
For a start until the pricing is sorted (£40 <> $40) I will be avoiding Destiny year 2 DLC The Taken King. Activision are greedy sods and should be retailing for £30 at most for the DLC.
But look what comes out soon.
Fallout 4, I enjoyed 3 and NV so really looking forwards to it.
And next year Uncharted 4, my most anticipated game.
Killed my win 7 networking.
Had to change the old MS driver back to the newers vendors driver it replaced
Not being a miserable sod, not scared of popping his clogs.
Might be a load of old bollocks but at least Mr Blobbys friend will be happy.
One final thing for Mr Blobby well done for knocking Take That off no. 1 with the Blobby song!
Almost as good as Bob the Builder denying some other boy band a no. 1
Work, 7, I use about 10 things and that is it. stick on desktop and quicklaunch (why did MS hide it in 7?)
Home, XP, lots of things, games, start menu used a lot. Programs shoved into groups on the desktop as well
If I want to hide from Tesco I do not use card and I use cash.
Default to not using for presents as they spurt information everywhere.
Junk account or private browsing for when I want to look at things I do not want to appear in my history. (It does work)
Some parts live in HOSTS along with ad brokers
It appears to be mainly Land Rover products.
Not so many large Audis
123REG the most (my emails) then PSN
Well just have to crush a few noddy cars!
When I see suits I assume their job is professional suit wearer, which usually means they are trying to sell something.
Now I would have let rip as I cannot for the life of me safely reverse OUT of a spot, reverse in yes, but out no.
I have reversed into spots since I passed my car test.
Last time I had to reverse out I nearly crushed a little car someone had parked behind me!
Oh look T Shirt, fleece, fleece trousers as I am a blob. Sandals and socks!
No school uniforms on Fridays.
Rest of week is company polo tops
Well lets look, under 100,000 miles. Most spares available.
Less than 3 grand for a galvanised chassis.
Now can I make it last until I am too old to drive?
And see FF utilisation creep up.
Anything over 1 oe 2 percent is dodgy.
Seen 30% since they got multi core support.
Start blocking and that drops.
Send the return booster there on a slow trajectory a few years before manned vessel launched
Was best video format around.
(Owner of top eend Sanyo and Sony decks)
Oil stavation due to lack of oil changes = knackered cams
My car has that - 1 wire
Pre CANBUs this was just one wire with speed info. Single was traffic.
Personally I think the only way safety critical systems should be communicated with is via the diagnostics port
A common one I found was glitching off the map and sniping from a distance. I once got a really good kill streak along with a Medic with revive, hiding under cover from the glitchers, catching them as they attempted to glitch from their spawn.
I died once (thanks Medic) but ruined their cheating game.
I just hated losing, was more often on the winning team.
And women played, and were treated the same, and we knew they were women and good. One was playing with her husband (tell by PSN names).
I did not mind being beaten by good players, but cheaters annoyed me.
Well I look at it like this
1) Serves everyone right.!
2) What a good business opportunity to replace them!
Not put dangerous to you information on the internet.
That said I do have no sympathy for any users nor the owners.
I buy CDs, DVD-A, SACD for music
I buy DVD and BD for films.
I don't buy mp3s as I want the solid copy.
I am glad that idea has been dropped as I see no reason why my backups should pay for some randon band. Why my holiday videos (on DVD or now BluRay) should funda random film.
And so on.
It could be terrible, I could end up funding Wand Erection or silent C as in Rap.
Or bad fan fiction films of Twilight.
Will they deliver parcels on Britains railway network?
Well apart from a PSU issue with my lauvh day PS4, it has been fine.
My previous CRT woul dhave been obsolete after DSO, but I sold it to a Sky user for £50, not bad for a 10 year old CRT.
This an expensive TV with superb picture quality, flat WS tube with arperure grill, and a rather good digital tuner.
The manufacturer kept it well supported for 5 years, dealing with BBC scrrew ups on service numbers, Ondodgy CAM support £3 PM for 15 channels.
Eventually HD called too hard.
But just after I sold it I found it was not DSO compliant.
Anyway the replacement was trying to be smart, runs Linux, but AFAIK not updated recently, smart was view photos via USB, but no problems there, nice easy menu, resembles the same companies games console at the time, also why I wanted HD.
So for smart features lets look at what is plugged into the TV, a games console with BluRay playback, and LOTS of streaming services, recently joined by its replacemment model.
So the semi smart TV is not updated, but the slightly older box is still updated,
Not sure if I would want it on a TV. My TV riuns Linux fine, my PVR runs Linux fine, both have decent enough UIs and no involvement from 3rd parties.
The consoles run forks of BSD, but have lots of support and supported applications, applications running from 50GB games to BBC IPlayer.
So my advice is ignore the TV Smart features and plug in a decent Freeview.HD / Freesat HD PVR
and a well supported games console.
Why games consoles?
PLENTY of support.
Plenty of grunt.
Not likely to get plug pulled as there are 10s of millions out there.