27 posts • joined 16 Jul 2009
Re: Melanie Sykes
No. That was a lager: Carlsberg or Carling - I forget which.
Re: There's nothing wrong with cultural sensitivity
Apparently so. Not long ago a lady was in bother because she sat her cuddly gollywog on the window sill and someone whinged about it.
Re: "... or in front of a bridge ..."
So which part of a bridge is the front?
Re: @Timmy B (Was: Why is it ok to be insulting to people at all?)
So you're one of those whiners who gets offended on behalf of others then? For that reason I am better than you.
Any way it doesn't matter why someone is a fattie, they are still a fattie. It's only an observation / statement of fact.
Hmmmm, no fattie icon.
the Defiant from DS9 had a cloakng device, and was legal.
Been smoking and drinking for nearly 18 years and I have 3 kids. It was when no. 3 arrived that I decided to have my plumbing altered.
so what does a "pea do"?
If they don't...
eat meat then what use are?
until my daughter gets her room tidied she's not going anywhere near my car!
"Humanity as a whole only survives BECAUSE of it's technology" - Only because we made our societies so dependant on those technologies.
When we went on our ITIL v2 course as far as I could see it all boiled down to common sense. Most (not everyone got it) of us just had to learn the new labels for what we were already doing, i.e. service management.
It's been a long time since i weighed anything with 2p coins...
"bath bomb retailer"
Rather disapointed to see that there are in fact no exploding baths
So does not owning a mobile phone make me a weirdo then? If that means I am to be avoided by all the dicks who subscribe to your new values then so much the better.
So when the moth emerges from the chrysalis (assuming that it will be strong enough now) will it have fangs and eight eyes and 64 knees as well as wings and spinnerets.
I don't mind moths and I don't mind spiders when they are not too close or on my bedroom ceiling at bedtime. But frankly the thought of flying spiders is a bit more than scarey.
The Register has ads?
Like so many others I use AdBlock and NoScript. I ignore the ads on television just the same as I used to ignore them on the web. No one is losing revenue from me not seeing them because I wouldn't have clicked on them anyway.
There doesn't need to be an IT angle, this is about boobs!
Absolutely: salad dogders should require special permission to be 'largely naked' in a public place.
It's an A-level
It's an A-level not a complete programming course. As long as the teacher is competent enough to teach the basics of programming using whatever chosen language then does it matter? If the students really want careers as developers then they will learn all that they need either in higher education or on line.
My higher education programming consisted of:
Pascal and VB6 for beginners programming
C for more than beginners programming
Motorolla 68k Assembler for hardware principals
Java for Object Oriented stuff
A, B, Z and C++ for formal methods
And now, professionally, I write Databasic for Reality.
The company I work for has implemented SP2007 quite well. It's stable and users like it. Go back to the people that set it up and tell them to do it properly.
I feel left out
I don't have a mobile phone so I couldn't possibly comment.
Caller: "I need an ambulance!!"
Operator: "Computer says no." <cough>
past, present and future
so my licence fee contribution is going towards making something that we (most of us) have seen before that was about something that might be in the future that is in fact now in the past. oh good.
Where's the footage of them running and jumping and kicking in doors and stuff?
for every penny he's got and then lock him up and throw away the key! The dirtynogoodscroungingfreetard!
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