163 posts • joined 4 Aug 2009
Lost. In you www.theregister.co.uk. Under the belt, cutting off your nose etc etc
@AC re: added extra.
Sorry dude, that does not work. You have to boil the active herb component in alcohol, filter the gunge, reduce it down, filter it again on a 2nd boil off run and then mix it with the PG / VG and you need a huge quantity for it to work, so therefore, it's never done.
We can all dream...
LASER not laser or lazer. particularly not lazer, you should be shot for that.
How ever, good review, can't wait to play my copy this eve :)
You forgot the joke icon, a quick look at the time stamps on your naysayers indicates a probable geographic location which indicates the need for a prompt to tell them if a postulation is indeed humorous or not.
Obviously you've not seen him in recent titles where his character has actually got a proper brief rather than make the girlies squeal. Most stuff he's done in past 2 or 3 years where he is clearly trying to move away from this type-casting have been great. Watch 'The Paperboy' he's pretty damn good in that, and I for one am looking forward to seeing what he can do in Starwars!
What the hell! is that site real? I have read it twice now and I am still howling, might have another dip in later. Has been shared with all my producer friends. How can that tool have such a self belief that he will bare facedly ignore the operational principals of digital music and data transportation.
So you telling me it was the Heliopause instead?
You can because of the pixels and the way the shadows are falling.
Chris, looks like you managed to upset the only French Chemist on the web...
A conscious what? You can't leave us hanging like this!
There once was a guardi from Limerick
Whom the crims did complain of in the nik
As when signing papers
All he offered was tater's
when all they really needed was a bic
12. Pliers, when combined with Chaka Demus gain additional functionality of being able to twist as well as shout.
Anyone else remember the Atari Lynx title that faithfully ripped this off?
I've had the intro for this as my ringtone for the past 6 months, love it :D
Hanged Jimmy, hanged... The imagery you have conjured up there is just macabre.
Go on son! If only I could give you 2 upvotes.
No, it's the yellow and viscous one!
I am hung like a horse and desperate for female attention, you'll probably only have to buy me one crate of Red Bull to win my affections, so come along ladies, join us in the Jetson-esque utopian future of ICT careers.
That sort of thing? shall I go post it now?
Robot kits, hover bots, soldering makes, home disco. What is not to love? I went in for screen wipes yesterday and came out with a Corsair K60 keyboard, a 64gb flash drive and the wipes and had to stop myself on the quadrocopter as I could not think of a feasible way to expense it :(
Up until about three years ago there was a plethora of full QWERTY landscape phones, I loved them. Had an N97, N900 and a HTZ Desire Z. Then everyone got scared by Apples business model and decided to drop a perfect form factor and go solely to touch screen, I hate being forced to touch screen, it has ruined the modern vision of a true palmtop.
Just picture this, Samsung Note 3 with a full QWERTY and track pad slide out keyboard....
And it went downhill from there.
I think the only thing this particular pair of goggles will capture is the inside of her own anus.
Life imitating art? I don't know, but seems Simon has been dropping eaves in my office this week.
While premise of your nay-saying is sound enough, I have evidence to the contrary. I work in the materials science sector and I can tell you without jeopardising my job by going into details that Hydrogen storage for automotive purposes is much more advanced then you seem to believe. I have seen a pressure vessel for this purpose capable of over 3000 atmospheres, and that includes the seals and delivery valve system.
Even my 1994 Volvo 850 T5 has CAN-bus, one of the first to use it with the ODB II system.
IT admin discovers weird new trick using household ingredients to widen face, in just 2 weeks. Send £10 to Tom 11, Tom 11 towers and we shall send you your pack, guaranteed to add width and girth to your svelte cranium.
What are you on about? Everyone knows that Angry Birds, just like a furrowed brow and low set ears is the unmistakable marker for a n'er-do-well!
Now I'm going to be thinking about this all day, and I will still be non the wiser when I hit the sack tonight :(
Very good book, unless you're on a train and a flirty young thing strikes up a conversation, notices your book, then asks you to read a bit of it too her...
Where does this prick live, I've got some innovation right here for him! this type of tom-fuckery is the bane of my working life, and it's always the damn magpies in finance that do it, then they start budget fisting when you want to bang an extra PoE switch to support IP telephony, all because they have spunked the contingent wad on 4g iPhones in a non 4g covered office and tablets that will not run AX.
I prefer goading by referencing a shellfish allergy.
"Oh no! been at the Prawns again? you should learn your lesson"
Dr Wang had no interest in this application of his development.
Had me blubbering
Already up for you, but if you can see that tank in the article, then you must be unfit for your position, stupid, or incompetent.
(Obviously I can't tell ;) )
This article is and everything it implies is pure gold, the imagery in my head is never going to fade.
Guns of Navarone
Also, I believe there is a North Korean running around called Spark Plug.....
Or it didn't happen!
Umm, call me old fashioned, but I have never looked at porn is the presence of my neighbours, no matter how many times they've let me borrow a strimmer...
Nah, it was the endless stream of selfies which delayed the actual science here...
Nope, no stooge. I left a long time ago. The project was badly managed with too many fingers in the pie. What I am saying, which you conveniently gloss over, is how this would've helped the NHS and the nation if it was realised as a fully implemented solution of the original vision.
Did I mention the cost of PACS? yep, I think I already acknowledged the budgeting problems, but the system was good, it worked and saved time.
SCR was good, the only reason it would have sparse info would have been down to the staff that use it, you can't expect a data base to fill it's self!
I smell a know-it-all e-insider goon! (over pampered ex-GP per chance?)
Al you're doing here is backing up my post, if you actually read it properly instead of frothing at the mouth you'll see I refer to all the criticism you level.
Plenty of lives were saved by this project, if it had made it to full fruition then many many more would have followed. The problem here was not the product but it's deployment realisation and continued interference from the Government which led to cost and corner cutting of the highest order while still trying to please everyone.
Hospitals which managed to implement a full solution (and anyone that is unenlightened enough to think that a central record is all that this was about, like the author of this poor excuse for journalism, should fuck off and stop making comments until they properly understand the processes in place, or head over to the daily mails' forums) saw waiting lists plummet, responder save rates rocket, cost reductions for baseline services and diagnosis scales well reduced.
Yes it went tits up in a very big way, I am not defending how this was done or the budget spent, but the goals set and achievements made cannot and should not ignored. Simply calling it a waste of time / budget squandering / of no benefit, etc, all off the back of hysteria whipping journalism, such as this, does not do credit to the reform they DID manage to get in place.
Or would you rather we continued wandering about with bits of paper and carrying x-rays beween wards, posting medical records between facilities for those people admitted to A&E when involved in accidents out side of their PCT?
Nah mate, I am definitley hung, its my one redeeming feature ;)
" only stopped him because they're homophobic too"
They stopped him because they had a watch order on him and decided to try to pump him
That doesn't really sound like like homophobic behaviour to me...
Alas, in the cold light of day it seems that old Brucey is just palying Surrogate to the BskyB Bandits. Maybe it was a Setup all along? after all, i always took him for No Body's Fool.
I hope this leaves him Red in the face.
But still lacking.... something....
SR was a nice 12 hours worth of gaming, but there is a slight tedious tide of ad nausium repetition towards the end.
If the narative wasn't as strong, and not helped along by stunning hand drawn environemnts I think I would've given up.
On a side note, the d-cell in my SNES copy of the original died years ago, so my last play through was without saves, leaving very toasty SNES waiting for after a week away with work. So the save function struck a familar chord.
Yeah, he totally dropped the ball with that gaffe.