2406 posts • joined 10 Jul 2009
Do Apple-toting baristas work in these 'Linux bistros'?
Re: I'll make the obvious comment.
Re: More subtle than an axe
I see this as a public service, and a new way to enjoy boring train journeys!
Re: Yup. Just like bananas.
Bananas don't roll very well because they are bent and faceted. Clouds are bumpy and nebulous so they probably don't roll too well either.
You may well have a good point there!
Re: Having just spent today using one...
There will always be cheap laptops- not necessarily MS ones.
Re: Peoples simply have a mistaken definition of testing
No need to test- MS products are becoming increasingly unsuitable.
No Jihad on the moon with less than 8 D size though.
"...but in the end they will be held accountable for their crimes..."
Who? The US Govt? Fat Chance.
Re: "Why would 'Professionals' want to deal with such an amateurish OS"
" it is part of their job..."
No, it isn't.
"My 14 year old loves Windows 8..."
I rest my case.
The target demographic.
Re: I see that some at least of the....
Why would 'Professionals' want to deal with such an amateurish OS?
Using Windows- yes
Predicted mood- Unhappy/Angry.
Not rocket surgery, is it?
Where the fireball touches the ground- used to determine possible fallout.
In an emergency-
will they just use a pork sausage as a silencer?
In the beginning was the Horse...
Re: Might like to start with the House of Commons
Which strain? Red, Blue or Yellow.
Re: Two hundred years from now.....
The carnage was awful. "we have all seen too many body bags and ball sacks" said Kissinger's Head,
TSA: "What is this Commie bullshit!?"
They did go away when I answered holding an inflated rubber glove, and said I was a little busy...
(a pretend udder if you must know... That doesn't help, does it...?
Wear a t-shirt with a picture of a gun on it, or Osama, or some Arabic; or as suggested, put 'yes' in all the boxes that no-one in their right mids would ever pick- "Are you or have you ever been a Communist/ Terrorist/Democrat/ Member of New Model Army?"
They have no sense of humo(u)r and will boot you right back out.
We are all persons of interest to them. But some are of more interest than others...
Re: All of 'em
"As a society we demand almost absolute security..."
Who are you calling 'we', Kemosabe?
Re: Large files
Download the Internet, encrypt it and use it as an email signature.
That should keep them busy,
Might need a bigger processor, possibly won't work on a Tablet.
Re: Jazz cigarettes
Re: Just wondering
Tea eggs! Little mesh ball things, great for loose tea.
Re: Is it just me...
Look at it as real- like Yes, Minister.
Then everything makes perfect sense.
Run. It's Dibble!
Re: Careers 'Advisor'
I tried that at school- the careers advisor looked blank for a while, then advised me to 'go to college'.
Re: Does this heavy discounting
4. Price it so the Gleetard demographic in the adverts might just buy it.
Larry wants to be Tony Stark
Pity Elon Musk has already beaten him to that!
There always seem to be jobs for fork-lift drivers. The training is cheap, and it looks like fun...
Nearly went there when the contract market went a bit dry, once upon a time.
Re: A note on elevator safety
"Those springs at the bottom of the shaft really do work."
Yes, but it did take an hour for him to finally come to a stop.
Re: Before you read on, see if you can guess how the new stuff will be used
An extra 500m might be useful- somehow...
As in Gagarin, or Geller?
Re: new series of Preppers...
This will, no doubt, be seized upon by the UK 'No-Nukes' lobby to prove that the UK is unsuitable for both Atom Furnaces and deep storage of Nuclear Bric-a-Brac, due to being Geologically Unstable, Like Japan.
I imagine they would more likely resemble breezeblocks, and be more worthy of the name 'bench' than
Will your teeth fall out in protest if you eat just this?
Get used to it?
NSA! NSA! NSA!
Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit
Like watching kittens swimming in treacle.
Come and take our women..
Re: Is that the best site?
True, but it's the only known location of the Godzilla Quark.
....what would you prefer? MS to not patch bugs?
Not at all- just wondering how the older versions in particular managed to work in the first place, as they musy have been about 10% good code and 90% bugs.
Just another regular occurrence. like Halley's comet coming around, although that may stop one day.
Plus ça change...
Geese- They're in your blood- but wouldn't it be your Gandfather, and Goosmother?
But- the US can get you on the moon.
Re: Booz Allen
Booz Allen - Isn't he a Republican senator?
Re: Don Jefe Courageous and principled
You are talking out of your rectum.
Re: You had one job microsoft
Hard to tell if this is inept lack of expertise, or a case of clod-hopper MS World Police.
Bigfoot strikes - again.
Re: @Matt Bryant
When has MB ever had a point?
"The best answer, of course, is to utterly destroy terrorism at its source."
Are you threatening the whole US Government?
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