7 posts • joined Saturday 12th May 2007 19:11 GMT
What am I allergic to? Probably penicillin
Had the same thing after being prescribed Ampicillin.
Apparently it's quite common, the red blotches are a warning though, if it happens again the reaction can be more serious, so it's worth getting an allergy test.
Paris, because she uses a lot of antibiotics.
Full frontal lobotomy
Coz that's what'll happen!
Just had a look at the site in question, and I don't think the yoof are fooling for it.
Rather it seems like an ad for NO2ID
Wow, I'm glad I missed that train wreck!
2 weeks ago I bought a Sony Vaio SZ5. At the time I was thinking shall I get a Macbook instead, because you get a better spec for the money.
The Sony is light, fast and reliable and it sounds like buying one over a Macbook is good advice for everyone.
Of all the small pleasures in life, I like 'nitpicking' best
"Arnaud Ebalard pointed out that RH0 support allows attackers to amplify denial-of-service attacks on IPv6 infrastructure by a factor of at least 80"
"In rough terms, it makes everything we thought was bad, a thousand times worse," Paul Vixie, president of the Internet Systems Consortium, said.
"it can also be used to amplify a denial-of-service attack by a factor of 10"
So which is it 80, 1000 or 10 times as bad as IPv4?
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