23 posts • joined 19 Jun 2009
Printer jam sandwiches
Those astronauts are going to be mighty hungry the first time they have to wait 3 days for an engineer callout
Re: "or do I err?"
That's the genius of it - it produces 1000* it's own energy, which then clearly becomes 1000*1000* it's own energy, and so on - thereby generating an infinite amount of energy, and solving the world's energy problems at a stroke.
Re: Parallels to be drawn
"...Siri either did not understand what Plaintiff was asking, or, after a very long wait time, responded with the wrong answer."
Is Siri actually just Apple's 'customer service' department?
So if I wear a real Rolex, but lie about who I am, that makes the watch a fake?
A statistical quark?
How did they mistake that for a Higgs Boson?
Sounds good to me - put one half in blue, one half in red, give them a random selection of weapons and let them have at each other. Should whittle down the numbers a bit.
Not strictly accurate
I presume 'setntence' was deliberate?
One very large cup of motorway service station 'tea'.
Who is this millie?
Missed subhead opportunity
Scoopon poop on Groupon
'Required' is a title
>> Even if Google+ doesn't end up wholly lobotomizing Facebook
Bit late to the party there.
> *but not remove any*
Eh? There's a girt great 'Remove' link next to each category when I look at it.
But how many of those hits
...coming from Facebook, found the company's Facebook page using Google in the first place?
I think you mean ...
...the 'Deliverance Office'.
Not true - while pushing your bike you're considered a 'foot passenger', legally no different from someone without a bike. If you were to put one foot on a pedal and push along the pavement with the other, that would be illegal, as is using a scooter on the pavement.
Life on Mars
To be fair, all life in Abingdon town centre was dead long before the traffic system was changed.
Reply to post: Hmmm
Sure they can be done on-box. But you need to keep up to date with the underlying data that drives them. How's it going to know that viewers who watched programme X also liked programme Y if the box was made before the programmes were? It needs to be regularly updated with the latest data (and probably feed back your viewing data to help others) - that's what you'd be paying for.
Maybe it was 20 knots an hour, and they were talking about it's acceleration capabilities.
...itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny yellow polka-dot BIKINI rating?
@ david w & peter 45
Except it's not going to just magically arrange itself tidily at an even level right throughout the valley, is it? It's going to come surging down *through* the valley. Likely taking trees, people's houses, unfortunate engineers, etc with it. Frankly, if I saw 26 swimming pools worth of water *coming right at me*, I reckon it'd scare the bejesus out of me.
"Hotmail won't work non-Microsoft documents, such as PDF"
Does this really mean what it appears (albeit somewhat illiterately) to be saying? Hotmail won't be able to send non-MS attachments? Not even as a regular attachment not stored on Skydrive?
"Some things they are missing policies on: <biglonglist>"
That's OK - they can always make like the tories and make 'em up as and when they're asked about them, to suit whoever's asking.
So did he get done
...for cycling on the pavement? Deserves everything he got for that, if you ask me.
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