Re: Now enlist him in special forces training
All right, how about fava beans?
1375 posts • joined 24 Jun 2009
All right, how about fava beans?
"What makes you think that be an obstacle to USPTO granting you a Patent?"
Just be sure to include "On a mobile device" and/or "in the cloud" and you're in.
But then the congress-critters would have to be honest and up-front in their ads - and none of them want that.
What's fun about this is Verizon's new advertising campaign: "Don't be limited by an Unlimited plan, Verizon offers 20GB of Unlimited data...."
After hearing that ad, all I could think of is "War is Peace! Freedom is slavery! Ignorance is strength!"
T-Mo has changed their marketing, while the plan is still "Unlimited*" the not-so-fine print is clear that the top 3% will get throttled, and the current cap is 35GB. Said qualifier is easy to see and is put very near any and all usages of "Unlimited*" So, yeah, a mea culpa and a promise never to do it again, and a fine.
Sailors call the toilet the head, submariners use the colloquial term "freckle locker" because there is a chance (if a valve is open, or the person flushing doesn't follow procedure) that it will flush backwards - giving the occupant new freckles, of a disturbing nature.
'Tis a shame I only have but one upvote to give you.
That is the whole reason for going to court - to assemble the evidence, look at it all together, and then determine guilt/innocence. Pre-judging the case based on soundbites and opening statements is an excellent way to display your own bias.
Unless, of course, only 10% of females were promoted....
So, he gets paid a contractually agreed rate, that both parties deem as fair, that you feel is "ridiculous". Because of this, he should give money away ( To whom? You, perhaps? Everyone?) so that he can then earn the right to complain that a separate company, on a separate contract did not pay him the contractually agreed amount.
You're the type that won't pay back a $20 loan from a family member because "they make more than me, they don't need it like I do", aren't you?
Welcome back, Tim.
And then take about half of them, out of the middle of the stack and bin 'em - after all, you wouldn't want to hire someone who is unlucky, would you?
You mean letting badly-written JS lock up all of your cores?! I thought the forced single-threading of JS was a security/safety feature.
If you move directly from the drier to folded/hanging, Ironing is not really necessary, unless you desire sharp creases.
When I were a lad, I would "iron" dress shirts by dampening a sleeve and throwing it in the drier - it came out with no wrinkles, suitable for wearing.
It was a Storage issue. They should have gone to Hyperconverged DevOps (apparently).
There is an old joke asking different types of people to secure a building:
The infantry posts a 24/7 armed guard
The navy locks the doors & turns off the lights
SpecOps places charges and levels the building
The businessman writes up a 5-year lease
The politician drafts a law that it's illegal to enter the building.
Compared to "free access via the Internet", "free access on local network" is not a serious issue.
It can be mitigated by securing your local network.
G and C is also fun...
A proposed prank when Google Glass looked like it might become a "Thing":
When seeing someone wearing a Glass speak clearly, "OK Google. Safe Search Off. Horse Porn."
Or, as I hope - More people will turn up to vote for the "lesser of two evils" and see that there is a third option. They may not know who this guy is, but "He can't be any worse than TweedleDumb and TweedleDumber". And someone who is not party to the partisan race to the bottom may stand a chance. Or at least screw things up enough that the election goes to the House, as no candidate has the Electoral Votes required to win. - And the House can't pick anyone worse than the current line up of Punch and Judy.
Jokers on the right
Here I am
Still expected to vote.
It does not exist on their system, and never did. It was located outside of their data center, they only opened up a direct port to their database so that said system could access them. If said find-and-report application had been on their systems, or even in their data center, it would have been vastly more secure, and would not have allowed access to any passing hacker.
Full marks to the editor for that subhead. It made me want to laugh and hang my head in grief at the same time.
Yahoo! isn't saying that they had to comply - just that by complying, they broke no laws.
Kind of like when the school-yard bully demands another kid's lunch money, but the kid counter-offers the names and schedules of all of their friends, and how much money each has on him. The kid hasn't broken any rules/laws, but is still a pathetic rat.
Yahoo is a pathetic rat, and the other ones are saying that the bully hasn't approached them yet. Google is saying they'd take the beating, and the others are saying that they'd get a teacher.
Completely wireless, yet does not radiate any packets, and works in low-power scenarios: Housekeys!
Wow, I had completely missiled that, until you pointed it out. Thanks!
Mine's the full metal one. --->
Ah, thank you, I keep getting them confused as well. I cannot keep straight which one is the bloated, useless, and obnoxious AV and which is the "meh" but quiet one.
Probably because the quiet one is the one who's name is an exclamation.
Was he caught using the "forecout khazi" that the shopkeeper had had placed, or was he caught being caught out outside the port-a-loo?
I dunno, it seems like they've put in a crap effort so far. I expected more after this guy orchistrated his third movement. Up to Number Two could be a coincidence, but after a third time, the claim of coincidence seems a bit BS.
Being on the wrong side of the pond, I had to look up this person who seems to be more reviled than Trump and May (at least in this thread). I saw an article of hers in the Daily Mail; while bad, that doesn't completely explain the vitriol. Then I read the article (well, maybe 1/2-2/3 of it).
Ye Tap-dancing Gods! That woman is a psychopath.
I was thinking FLi-on - But that would be better as a wall-mount.
Better than one of the Mexican joints near me - it's got a Rattata nest.
More accurately, they get the "Do Not Spam" list and use it as a listing of name/numbers/addresses to send spam to.
"Space between Earth and Mars is going to be littered with human corpses. ...Yuck."
Nah, they'll hold 'em on the ship to Mars - that's too good of a fertilizer to let it go to waste.
@ Mark 85
And if you perish on the planet, your corpse could be used to enrich the soil to pave the way for a better ecosystem. Not a horrible fate, and one that I also would not object to.
Yep. Othertimes, even narrowly missing destruction won't make 'em part with the money: "We were safe, without spending all of that"; and then when the destruction is not averted: "You let us down, you ruined us, why would we give you more money?!"
Why not just Ride the Dragon?
That was just fowl.
Well, they can expect that the other country will back off, but they may well be disappointed (and should be).
As my father taught me: "You can expect in one hand, and expectorate in the other - see which one fills up first."
There are a bunch of idiots in the Senate who are swallowing something from the FBI - not sure if it's their arguments, stuffed brown envelopes, or some all together less wholesome....
US ISPs specifically? Has someone forgotten Phorm?
The reason given by El Reg for not having HTTPS is that their ad broker won't do HTTPS, and they refuse to half-ass security: full ass, or no ass.
If they get a black eye from a lack of HTTPS, then they will be more inclined to transition to a broker who will do HTTPS to remove the warning.
Google Ads provides ads over HTTPS.
If Mr.. Allen had said "You are not welcome", or had invitations been issued (except not to El Reg), then this article would have been a non-thing. This was not actually documenting an attempt to get into the Apple Press Event, but rather it was documenting an attempt to get Apple to admit they didn't want El Reg, and possibly provide a reason.
Similarly picky about watch bands (for different reasons) here. A leather band on my wrist will last about six months before it basically rots off. Stainless steel is good for 18-24 (depending on the steel) before it has corroded, pitted and crumbled into uselessness.
I am also hard on crystals, so I don't imagine I'll be doing a smart watch anytime soon - Unless they come out with one with a replaceable crystal and a titanium band.
Third question: How big would those fuel tanks have to be?
Actually, for US prices, that's cheap! We septics are getting screwed worse than her -->
It's turtles, all the way down.
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but as a former Swindon resident (Swindonista? Swindonite? ahwhocares)