12 posts • joined 8 Oct 2009
Re: Enjoyed that
I can't stand his books. Too far fetched.
Is the f on your keyboard phucked?
Carbon costs £12 per ton?
A big bag of charcoal costs that in B&Q.
"most carbon in our country comes from ... goods and services"
Can I have mine in diamonds please.
Good points but it's Carbon dioxide
Not quite as bad but..
Here's one that was waiting for me when I got home from work.
We are pleased to inform you again about your UK NATIONAL LOTTERY
NEW YEAR BONANZA price of £1,000,000.00 Equivalent to=
for claim contact:
Phone:+44 702 408 4762
VERIFICATION FORM BELOW:
*Name of Winner:
Meerbergen Jef van
Co-ordinator (The Uk National Lottery)
Nice one Jef or Thomas but I won't be paying that price
....sense of humour on the fire, Rizla
Turn the heating up
One thing I'm sure of is that methane from steak production is not man made. It comes out of a cows arse.
As for the rest of the article, Bollocks, it's bloody penguin weather out there.
@ OH the irony
As HDMI is to DVI so Virgin Digital is to Virgin Media. ie. different.
I'm a ?
"Unfortunately this came from a Microsoft employee who was not involved in any aspect of designing Windows 7."
No it was designed by some actors. I know, I've seen the adverts
I forgot to record Stargate Universe, which I have paid Sky 1 for through my Virgin Media subscription. So I had to torrent it to be able to watch what I had paid for.
I forgot to record Deep space Nine, which I have paid Virgin 1 for through my Virgin Media subscription. So i had to use TV Catchup it to be able to watch what I had paid for.
Who will explain to my moral compass and the general public why one of these is bad and one is good.
First one to say cos Deep space nine is shit wins a camel's ball or something!
#NUM! Entering a formula that produces a number that is too large or too small to be represented in Microsoft Excel
"It's a clever choice of location - a very rural area with not very great broadband (5km loop), within spitting distance (across the Tamar) from a biggish city (Plymouth) where VM already have cable broadband plant."
Higher Pill or Pilmere is a high density housing development built after Telewest, or whoerver it was back then, cabled the rest of Saltash. So not very rural. Hatt on the other hand is an Esso Garage and some sheep.
"Off topic but.....great user name :-)" Would you like to buy me lunch?
So that's what Babcock Networks and VM were doing in the cabinet outside Lidl Saltash on Friday.
Good news as I can only get 1Mb from the BT line.
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