Re: Sharon and John
So that was her name, thanks.
1483 posts • joined 17 Jun 2009
So that was her name, thanks.
I say, therefore, that the arms with which a prince defends his state are either his own, or they are mercenaries, auxiliaries, or mixed. Mercenaries and auxiliaries are useless and dangerous; and if one holds his state based on these arms, he will stand neither firm nor safe; for they are disunited, ambitious and without discipline, unfaithful, valiant before friends, cowardly before enemies; they have neither the fear of God nor fidelity to men, and destruction is deferred only so long as the attack is; for in peace one is robbed by them, and in war by the enemy. The fact is, they have no other attraction or reason for keeping the field than a trifle of stipend, which is not sufficient to make them willing to die for you. They are ready enough to be your soldiers whilst you do not make war, but if war comes they take themselves off or run from the foe
Dam you are right. Why the hell did I think it was Disney.
and be charged with making sure that content could go on a Disney channel without anyone raising an eyebrow.
I think Disney is under new management
You have encouraged an offence of insulting your self.
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Ill have whatever he's having
She should start with something easy, like transport
So that's where Disaster Area got their ships design from
They are going to have to have a new category.
Those figures are skewed by social protection and health. Two things that don't have to be provided for by a company. Take them out and re do the figures.
I have nothing against a failed bid being published at the behest of the bidder, I just thought that forcing it might deter people from bidding if they had to reveal their bid without the benefit of winning the contract.
Id give a little leeway here in that failed bids did not have to be published, but the names of the companies / consortia did. This gives a slightly stronger hand to those organisations the next time the contract comes up for renewal countering the let's stick with the incumbent bias.
The cost of IT services in the UK may be very high but it also employs a great number of people in
the UK India.
How about Elite Plus on the PC
Actually Ratner did make a come back see www.geraldonline.com
Are you related to Simon Travaglia?
Looks like I picked the wrong week to give up sniffing glue.
Oh, that Tom, I thought you meant Tom
"does not intentionally block customers using other operating systems on its devices and is fully committed to providing Linux certifications and installation guidance on a wide range of products." Except for those products where we have an agreement with Microsoft
Actually you can quite legitimately say something is 10000000% better than something else.
200% better is twice as good
10000% better is 10 times as good
Or have I missed something and I'm barking up the wrong tree again.
Until it goes TITSUP and suddenly management discovers they are an IT business because with out IT there is no business.
PS if you don't think your business is an IT business ask yourself this question.
How long can your business last without
You are quite right about this and the Government has taken your comment on board. In order to fix this in next April's Budget there will be a tax of 10000% levied on all fast food outlets. This will have an added benefit of reducing the obesity epidemic in the country.
So they have been talking to Dylon. It all makes sense now. Ommmmmm
Indeed. I'm sure I recognised all the words but I'm no wiser now than when I started. I think we need a warning on these types of articles smiler to NSFW. I propose YBMM which stands for Your Brain May Melt
Wnzhou should lose its banking rights NOW, problem solved. Any other bank/city/country/whoCaresWhat where money trails go cold, same thing
You can't do that. You'd shut down the City of London in under 24 hours.
But then again... we'd have more lawyers on the dole.
And the problem with that is?
Paid for an interesting video though.
Some people just like to drive. Some people don't trust the automation so they're going to want to drive. [And] there’s no software designer in the world that's ever going to be the test subject when they let these loose for real
And if their jobs didn't get off shored they wouldn't need retraining either.
Southern claimed that 961 trains where cancelled due to the strike on Monday http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-36987040 and is running 341 less due to its emergency time table http://www.standard.co.uk/news/transport/southern-rail-crisishit-operator-confirms-it-will-cut-341-trains-in-new-timetable-a3288026.html
You'll be after Susan Calvin's job next.
long live care.data
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I'm a coder, and working off site, it would be nice if I could send code snippets, scripts and patches to myself. Or to the local admin. Or to the quarintine area. Or too somewhere, anywhere, where I could retrieve it.
Use a text/plain MIME type then
You are Samantha and I claim my £5
Now I have an image of Trump and Clinton fighting in a sand pit, like Ragen and Chernenko in the video for Two Tribes
Every sperm is sacred.
Do you get to listen to the Blue Danube as the docking computer kicks in?
Are you suggesting that Theresa is going to have problems pulling out as she has less experience than Teresa?
The definition of commercial porn includes free
He's going to have more comebacks than Mandelson.
The Act of Parliament that led to the referendum explicitly states that the referendum is non binding on Parliament. In effect it was nothing more than an opinion pole.
With enough global warming this won't be a problem
If that was on the ballot paper I'd have gone for the second option.
I think you might need to get your ears checked out.
Now we all know what makes you blind. What makes you loose your hearing?
It,s absolutely certain that what they say you are going to vote for is not going to be the same thing as what you get after you have voted.
I thought that voting leave meant that we'd get shafted by a big dumb blond .... oh I see what you mean.
You need top go back and RTFM. So far the courts have said
a) You can't sue Google because they acted in good faith.
b) You can't sue Nic.com the cookies as they where sufficiently anonymised.
c) You can sue Nic.com over their claim of "HEY GROWN-UPS: We don't collect ANY personal information about your kids. Which means we couldn't share it even if we wanted to!".
So your point was?