17 posts • joined Friday 18th September 2009 14:03 GMT
"such systems will ship for between $300 and $400 (£189-£253) "
Surely you mean "such systems will ship for between $300 and $400 (£300-£400) "...
I thought Mr Cutler came from Digital Equipment Corporation, where he'd been developing DEC's VMS operating system...
> "For particularly sensitive data, you may choose to encrypt data prior to storing as well"
"We know ROT-13 isn't very secure, so we apply it twice".
Re: The fumes are/were also used...
Watch enough episodes of CSI and you'll know about superglue for fingerprints...
as any fule kno that the tomato is a fruit
But everybody hated it when I put some in my fruit salad....
"the only connection that "Quantum of Solace" had to anything Fleming wrote was the name of a short story"
That surely supports rather than refutes cloudgazer's position..
We bash our chicken breast, pork tenderloin or deboned pork chop flat with a rolling pin, coat with egg and panko crumbs, then bake them. Serve with griddled courgettes or baked sweet potato chips - Yum!
(Badgers, because that would probably be delicious too)
Am I first with a Commitments reference?
Young kid holding a horse at a block of high rise flats in Ballymun. Jimmy Rabitte is standing beside him.
Jimmy says "You aren't taking that in the lift, are you?"
"I have to," the boy replies. "The stairs would kill him."
As far as I'm concerned the franchise has hit the buffers.
Both the Daniel Craig films were pretty dire - I got very bored with the card game in Casino Royale, and I couldn't find any point in Quantum of Solace. Craig is poorly cast as Bond to my mind, as he seems only capable of playing a thug - Bond needs to look smooth and sophisticated in a dinner suite at a swanky hotel or a casino, Craig just looks like a thug in a suit.
Complete waste of celluloid^Wdisk space.
People were supportive...
"People were waving and shouting and beeping their horns, the whole atmosphere was great."
Omid Djalili (Holding up a queue of traffic): "Honk if you want cheaper car insurance"...
I very much doubt it. AIUI nothing governmental is insured. The cost of insuring everything compared to the cost of replacing what is lost/broken/stolen is such that insurance doesn't add up.
I'm prepared to be proved wrong, of course.
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