1797 posts • joined Friday 10th July 2009 11:30 GMT
Free with every Opera hat!
The day after the last Windows installation crashed.
They would much rather stick a full size submarine periscope up yer torpedo tube.
Is not user replaceable.
And why not
add a modern CPU, like an Atom or something, to save power?
I'll rebuild it with mercury myself.
Like those that did it originally.
I don't recall them entering the hatting trade either.
Asbestos is not mercury.
Are you American? You panic like one... Look out- a fluorescent lamp!!
(You have been now...)
mercury is not a geat a hazard-
as Heath & Safety zealotry is.
It's caused by :-
making the chips do some work
just pushing it over the bleeding edge. (sic)_
chuck it out of the window and don't bother with another one.
You won't get it repaired, you'll get someone elses' that has it's own latent psychosis waiting to be triggered.
Another Slippery slope.
Plod's bill for grease must be astronomical.
^ <-- Dibble slips the lard wrapper into someone else's pocket...
Seeing as most ant-anti Windows rants-
Usually seem to start "- I'd happily use OSX/Linux/Other, but as a Gamer I..." (need Windows XP) Then the last part about booting into Windows 'to do some work' seems a bit arse-backwards. Especially on a tablet.
You need them when the base product keeps breaking.
Stable products don't need them as much... Hmmm.
Rare as hen's teeth and twice as dear- post 70's beetles are a lot faster and much more fun. And they stop too- sometimes facing the right way round. No airbags or anything soft are included, but the radio slot is standard.
Beetles are seen as cool cars- unlike anything Ford.
When the knobbly pint pots were still around, the tall slippy ones that are used today were known as schooners too...
Too much wood?
So we would have to pay up-
because you can't find your passport?
Or your arse with both hands, it seems.
To use the rhetoric of the twats they gave the cash to-
"Lessons will be learned..."
If they don't get a refund.
( I hate that phrase......grrrr.)
It's invisible, and ineffable...
But surely that equals 1000 ordinary whales...
and now with *extra ions* !!!
This one, judging by the comments...
David later replied-
"I - .kgS&£)dsa
On the other hand-
If you can't search for it, no-one can find it.
Unless they already know where it is, they won't see it....
Sounds ideal for the Murdoch Version of Things (TM)
Amazon is hanging out with some dodgy politicians.
The customers are watching- 'cause BT aren't.
Became aware through complaints and on the users forums????
is that any way to run a choo-choo? Then again, looking at the railways...
I can't find the Low Ion Orbit Cannon on Sourceforge...
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