Re: Does it need more guns?
If it deploys limpet mines then they could only be named Ramoras.
180 posts • joined 30 Jun 2009
If it deploys limpet mines then they could only be named Ramoras.
You got the 2028 currency wrong- it will be in Yuan
I had noticed the Home page was slow to load or falling over on Fri/Sat. Strangely, my legacy email with LineOne and Tiscacli domains have worked faultlessly. I'm dreading the day they stop supporting them
Two extremely effective anti-spying devices are available. One comes in 10m lengths in various colours, the other only comes in blue or white.
As someone who uses a Playbook for catch up TV on the smaller bedroom TV, the lack of HDMI means no sale. It might also be the same for anyone showing presentations in the workplace
So which Demographic is it aimed at? Adult? Teen? Pre-teen? Brain Dead? I'm-driving-but-I-have-this-great-idea?
When will The Register be adopting this in the Comments???
A bit harsh if you don't want a delivery by Amazon in Arizona
This is a NEWS story? I thought it was publicity for the Cameron Diaz film Sex Tape???
Is that the British way? Make a series of 'security' recommendations until most large companies follow them, then 'We'll just tidy this up with a new law'
If it really was a threat then why didn't they take it out with the chin mounted mini-gun??
You mean Blue Thunder isn't a documentary???
Where do we complain for programmes that insult our intelligence???
Replies linking intelligence and telly watching following in 5 - 4 - 3 ........
On Facebook YOU are the product and the advertisers are the customers
I know some people put extremely loud systems in their car but to ban In Car Entertainment is a bit draconian.
Oh, wait ...
Maybe a friend of Senor Vinales. He openly admits to being a fan of the film. His son is going great guns in Moto 2
He's a computer nerd who gets the content of the NSA computer into his head. He's protected by two agents, one a very sexy blonde. He spends his time foiling dastardly plots by the evil organisation inside the CIA/NSA.
Oh, wait, the writers want the script for Chuck back!!
Mmmmm, Yvonne Strahovski on the big screen- I'd pay to see that
If Tim thinks he's heard the last from Carl Ichan then he's mistaken. There won't be any making faces to the flunkies when they have to meet face to face instead of on the phone.
Now, Tim, about that deal I proposed .........
Do plans for the future include a ban on jet boots and shuttle craft????
The keepers are puzzled by an unexpected delivery of bananas and other exotic fruit by the local supermarkets on-line division
Wasn't that the nub of the false Bruce Willis story a year or two ago??
I would've thought Apple would be able to tally the iPad serial number to the iTunes account in a few clicks. Never mind the courts, go straight to BBC Watchdog and have it plastered across prime time TV then see just how quick it gets sorted
Who care if it works? Think of the spares and maintenance contracts!
Never a truer word spoken by Dick Jones, VP Omni Consumer Products
In the early CSI episodes they used the phrase 'I have a friend at NASA with an algorithm that will clean this up'
On one site I tried to use PENIS.
It told me it wasn't long enough
I like to get these old jokes back out into the community
It will be all right unless all this computing power falls in to the hands of people we can't trust.
Oh, hang on a minute .........
...... when (if?) we go over to DAB! Who would have thought the dross that passes for the majority of UK radio could be the savior of space tavel
Facebook might as well go all the way and insist on changing your password every month. Just think of the amount of work that will get done when people can't remember their new password and can't log in to FB :)
I would have thought anyone clever enough to go to the ISS would voluntarily have all their data storage scanned. Knowing you've just borked the atmosphere scrubber whilst sorting your mp3s should focus the mind.
Did the German spooks find out their leader was compromised when they sifted through the data provided to them by the NSA???
When will they do a Google and turn up the dial on the machine to generate a higher return per customer to compensate for this drop in revenue??
They're not bothered about being struck off by the BMI, they're most worried about the punishment Apple will dish out for a false review!!!
What;s the point in having an inquiry if you don't already know the outcome?
Same old, same old ...
I thought biggest proponentsof BYOD were the senior managers who had brought their son/daughter to work and had an ESSENTIAL need to access Facebook/Twitter/Youtube/BBM
Samsung or LG ?????
Looks like an (ex?)employee wasn't getting what they considered their cut. A bit hard on the employees who weren't in on the shceme
Who cares if it works? Think of the spares and maintenance contracts for years to come
Dick Jones, VP Omni Consumer Products
Fairly sure that non-kosher bacon was not involved
Looks like 9 60s/70s TV sets on end. Not even widescreen
No mention is made of whether the Fire Brigade attended. I hope Computacenter were charged (monetarily and legally) if they did
Been hearing reports of early failure of SSDs- they just fail with no warning as well. Just a bad batch? I've not yet heard of any method of data recovery from a failed SSD. I'm not ready to write off SATAs just yet
---NetSuite's revenue for 2012 was up 30 per cent year on year to $308.82m, although it made a net loss of $35.23m, slipping slightly further into the red from 2011's $32m loss. Salesforce's revenue for the year ended 31 January 2013 was $3bn, up 35 per cent year on year, although it made a loss of $270m, surpassing the previous 12 months' $11m loss.--
Have these companies made a profit on previous years?? Wil the bubble burst in the next dotcom crash??
maybe when having his hair done he should have his hands reduced to Porn Star size. These make 'objects' held appear bigger than they are
Or convince the shareholders the the Mickey D offer is the only one going. For a 'consultancy fee' of course
Will we be able to get the thermal/UV filters and the shoulder-mounted plasma cannon??
That was only a ranging shot. One long, one short and then Footfall will hit its intended target
Oh, wow! Rupert Murdoch is a subscriber ti The Register.
'You know who ya gonna answer to? The Coca Cola company!'
Major Bat Guano, Dr Strangelove
Will we be seeing a soft drinks gap emerge with the commies????
It could happen for 3/4 of a F1 race an no-one would notice, just keep showing the same lap over and over again.
Good, we won't get to see Richard in those stupid adverts. Or maybe it can take the GoCompare route and save the nation from him.
Damn, beat me to it!
12 light years? If we start now we might get there before the end of the world. Oh, wait ......
Lockheed and English Electric/BAC must be worried about the knock on the door
James Herbert is considering setting his next novel in the SOuth Pacific