Re: Oh really
and maybe both ways on both sides of the road.
298 posts • joined 9 Jul 2009
and maybe both ways on both sides of the road.
Nor is "carbon" the right word
for demonstrating the point of the study so succinctly
judging by my daughter's experience, NBN's performance and customer relations are two piles of ordure.
Is it a posh word for "sick as a parrot"?
Given that the link was labelled "gigantic arse" that might be a clue to NSFW-ocity
and reacting too soon.
by the blackspot map - does it mean all the khaki coloured bits have good service and the blue blobs poor/no service?
that the prosecution were required to disclose unused evidence to the defence on request and that would presumably cover snooping records. I'm talking about 30 years ago so things may well have changed.
I'm curious as to how the UK government proposes to impose and enforce a licensing requirement on a foreign pornographic service provider given that by definition the provider is outside the UK jurisdiction.
So is the solution to FoIA individual PCCs regarding their dealings with the new body?
Was that a cameo appearance by Obama at 1:15?
Sod's law strikes again: their not there? you're not your? lose not loose?
Full of Indian's what...? Or is that a greengrocer I see before me...
Well, the few who could afford to hire one in the first place. Britain before the NHS was not a healthy place if you were one of the hoi polloi.
"working rather like S&P, Moody's, and Fitch for credit rating"
Not necessarily a good example given the revelations about how they actually work.
Playmobile, or else...
They are also radioactive so a banana is like having your own personal reactor,
"I hope they aren't this incompetent when it comes to stopping people who want to blow us up."
What is the relevance of China to the discussion?
"There are immigrants who have done the right thing and are being penalised."
In the context of Australia, I just had to laugh at that.
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In a Japanese town I visit fairly regularly for its hot springs is a temple the name of which is enticingly translated as the "Happy God Temple". The central shrine of the temple is a rock formation portraying Mother Nature's representation of lady parts. http://www.mediafire.com/view/0za2jypjj5zjn/Japan#gl6q3bq9dnet946
The link is NSFW but OK for worship
You must have seen some very strange female genitalia if you see the representation in a halved pomegranate. As for biting into one, not an attractive proposition - all those seeds and interstitial stuff.
Friends of the Order of Manneken-Pis - who needs enemies?
Yes. And you better be careful not to upset Mr Plod or he'll be breaking your door down to search your photo albums.
They would probably like to.
Depends how hungry you are...
And that is the major weakness of an aircraft carrier. It needs lots and lots of aviation fuel because whatever its storage capacity might be, in intensive flying operations, it needs topping up very frequently. And if it's non-nuclear engined, it needs a lot of fuel just to keep steaming round. A cunning enemy wouldn't both trying to penetrate a carrier air group's defences - simply disrupting the (very) vulnerable flow of supply ships would bring things to a grinding halt very quickly.
Scimitars had fallen out of operational use at sea by 1966. Thereafter the tanking was done by Sea Vixens or Buccaneers.
Considering that Nimrods were Comet 1 airframes (yes, the very same that embarrassingly broke up in flight) I reckon they did pretty well.
The problem with the Harrier was that it was getting a bit long in the tooth. Do you realise the prototype P1127 first flew 54 years ago?
" the posting of explicit images online without permission from the people depicted “an appalling crime”.
But authorising the deaths of thousands of people through indulging in an illegal war by a certain ex-prime minister is not considered a crime at all.
I always like to respond to massages...anywhere
The big question is were Mobilron insured by Aviva?
Here, here. I'm in Hong Kong and Google will let have nothing but Chinese.
is the USA, surely so why make it easier for them? But under the mutual defence treaty the US will be required to attack itself in retaliation... Bizarre the unintended consequences.
Not en masse - one by one without a stamp
There was the shoe bomber.
There was the underpants bomber.
Well, they were both failures of airport security so that doesn't make for a useful contribution either.
"It may prompt Oman to publicly cut ties and force the base to close?"
Unlikely, the ties go very deep particularly with the UK - and even the US (recall the abortion of the Teheran hostages rescue was mounted from Oman). BT has been well established since at least the mid-1980s to my knowledge. MI6 used to run the euphemistically-named Oman Research Department and probably still does.
"...At what level are things really kept secret?"
At a national level "Eyes only" - meaning UK eyes only - is close to the top but I believe there more above that.
No, the desalination station is further down the coast towards Muscat
means it's right every 60 minutes.
...we can't all be beautiful - somebody's got to be ugly
would it be a shot in the dark?
a gun in the oven
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err...1997. It was Macau that was Portuguese until 1999
after his golden handshake.