24 posts • joined Thursday 9th July 2009 11:01 GMT
I work in IT, and will not do websites for my employers. Fix computers and that, sure, but websites are someone else's job. Normally someone who can talk marketing blx and thusly translate the nonsense about agile blah blah into some kind of requirement.
Do this for the footy. Not having to put up with the semi-literate, incoherent platitudes from the buffoons employed to talk over matches, whilst still getting the atmosphere from the crowd etc. would be out of this world.
re:Only one director allowed
Because his films have been of such high quality lately. Robin hood for example, with his Northern Irish east midlanders, D-day style landing craft and a ride from Derbyshire to Kent in an afternoon.
Sign him up...
Off our streets!
Nice one Saywhat?
Soldiers put themselves at risk when they sign up for the forces. It's their job to get in the way of bullets etc.
Now she was back in the day
You are one creepy sounding character mate. Are you a lawyer?
"It just goes to show...
you don't even need your twitter account hacked to look like a plank,"
You just need to support Sp*rs...
From what I have heard....
The archiving process at the BBC has been a catalogue of errors - first putting all the taped stuff on to DVD. Then they realised it should be on HDD on their servers. So then they had to transfer stuff back from DVD to the servers. And they hadn't got anywhere near finished by that stage. In the meantime, they laid off hundreds of guys doing exactly that job, and then re-engaged some of them as freelancers, once Dyke made the announcement mentioned above.
A relative of mine was able to pay off his house with the redundancy, and continue doing exactly the same job...
Nice one licence fee payers.
See your point, they always inflate, but if it was pure she was carrying, they have seriously underestimated the value