Re: Ha ha ha ha haah hah haaa
My Nexus 4 got the update yesterday.
901 posts • joined 3 Jul 2009
My Nexus 4 got the update yesterday.
We-uns is jus' like Merka now!
A classic case of stupidity being its own punishment.
But what's that in hogsheads per furlong?
The gods preserve us from this buffoon.
"a Windows 8/8.1/10 install"
I suspect you mean installation.
What a brilliant young woman!
Is the US the last country on the planet to ban hand-held mobes while driving?
But surely they'd see the double extension and...oh...wait...Windows users.
But surely they wouldn't allow important systems to run unapproved exe files and...oh...wait...Windows users.
A pattern is starting to emerge.
That would be "still".
How about allowing AdblockPlus for Chrome? Problem solved.
iOS only? Seriously? So it could only reach - what - 15% of users?
This is the kind of brilliance that we've come to expect from Turnbull.
"Hey - this product we've got really stinks. People hate it."
"Well, we'd better fix it then."
"You mean make it work better?"
"Don't be stupid - we'll do what we've always done!"
"Ah. Change the name. Gotcha."
Skype turned to shite as soon as Microsoft got its grubby hands on it, and it's getting worse. Now it's just untrustworthy shite.
El Reg, you really need to find correspondents who have a basic command of English, or use a sub editor.
Australia has an opposition now?
Thank the gods. What are they called?
" Its shocking that to date - Internet explorer doesn't work on linux or android out the box."
I'd say it's a good thing. There may be some in the open source world who'd be tempted to try it - this takes away whatever minuscule temptation there may be.
"When did Australia become a fascist state?"
At the last federal election.
"I wonder what the S.I. units of Incompetence are?"
5 Samsungs = 1 Microsoft.
No doubt there was much hilarity as the Chinese pored over the plans of the Flying Lemon.
"Hershey chocolate" is an oxymoron.
Anyone who adds a modifier to "unique" - as in "very unique" should be shot into space in a canon to examine the pillars first-hand.
Really - did you actually pay that 10 year old to do that?
Dreadful. Just dreadful.
And people are *still* using Windows?
Maybe if the twunts at Apple paid tax on their Australian operations they'd have a stronger argument.
The irony fairly drips.
Still - credit where it's due. It's a good thing.
Who sups with the devil needs use a long spoon.
"Leverage" is a noun. The verb you're looking for is "exploiting".
I believe there was one Linux virus detected in the wild some time ago, but IIRC you had to specifically install it. I don't think there were any records of infection.
Can we have that in football fields please?
They used to have laws about treason.
"Free" means, in this context, "at no cost", "for nothing". Putting "for" in front of it is a grammatical abomination.
Or any signatory to the Trans Pacific Partnership Abomination.
"Intercept" is a verb. The word you're looking for is "interception".
Soooooo last century!
No comparison. The JBL rig is SO much more natural and realistic.
Murdoch and Apple - a matched pair.
"Invite" is a verb.
Ur holdin' it wrong.
Give that man a medal.
"What - you want to see how we manipulate the results? Bugger off."
Probably closer to 99, but have a like anyway.
Precisely, It's a crosshatch. Trust the Yanks to fsck it up.
Given that the Americans measure everything in football fields, they probably got it right.
Of course they never say which brand of football. (I assume they're all different sizes.)
The Microsoft solution - don't build a decent product, but do lots of advertising.
But what's that in football fields?
"You're holding it wrong."