Re: move some missions to the Kennedy Space Center
Are they going to blow that up as well?
1179 posts • joined 6 Nov 2009
Are they going to blow that up as well?
Er, look at the icon, plus the supporting turn of phrase...
Re: plants in my living room
Your brain does that, irrespective of the actual colours transmitted
Enquiring minds want to know!
"the fisherman wasn't sympathetic to his plight"
I often used to paddle (kayak) on the Grand Union Canal, anglers would sit on one bank with their float right over the other side, then to hurl abuse at kayakers as they passed, as if they should otherwise wait until the fisherman had finished for the day.
I'm sure that's not the case for any anglers on this forum though! ;)
This is a tricky one, what with food waste as it is these days, I often want to do the same, not because of penny pinching but to prevent the waste.
I invariably take a late lunch at our office canteen and often see a lot left over that goes in the bin. If I actually wanted it to take home I'd have to buy it.
Something's definitely not right with this!
Well, in VR that is possible!
Also because of the power supply being essentially unlimited!
Bend or brow, you must be going slowly enough to stop at the "vanishing point" of the road.
Obviously Compliance training would have prevented this ...
Does that include trolling?
3D map of the universe out to 10 billion light years - wonders will never cease!
Australia *is* in the EU, I saw it on Eurovision. And Azerbaijan. I think Bahrain will join when they've run out of countries beginning with 'A'.
Internal measurements seem similar to my camper van. Cool!
But how will it do in Robot Wars?
I didn't know the referendum was only for England!
Well I, for one, eschew obfuscation!
Of course a great credit to Goddard and von Braun ... but they never thought of this!
Elon Musk, Rocketeer, Man of History
These creatures you call mice you see are not quite as they appear...
I remember an IFE-less flight from London to Harare in 1981 where passengers actually played cards over the seat backs - total strangers. Different days.
Can I have a go?
The peak of middle age is 18+((82*-18)/2) = 50. So if 35 is the start then 65 is the end, 65 - 82 being 'old'. I would say that seems about right.
*average life expectancy in UK
I don't think evolution's fair.
Love the James Bond rocket, when it comes in to land inside the volcano, the effect of 'fire coming out the bottom' with no discernible thrust really gets me munching my popcorn!
Quite often roles will become combined because of a market downturn and less revenue, so (in theory) less work to do. Doesn't always seem that way though.
I suspect the poster meant British-owned manufacturers rather than the industry itself.
Not just buses.
It seems some driving a vehicle owned by their employer do not seem to care about it, or its impact to surroundings e.g. whether it gets dented, or if the fuel economy is terrible due to driving on a motorway at 80 mph in a van.
family estate car with 240hp
That's handy then.
10. The big toe
11. More naughty bits
12. The naughty bits of a lady
13. The naughty bits of a horse
14. The naughty bits of an ant
15. The naughty bits of Reginald Maudling
Love the Bungle-fur inside the SHADO car!
BIG FAT ELEPHANT'S FANNY
Sorry can't make it, I'm keeping an eye on the lawn.
Probably best have an aptitude and be well trained then!
"Sorry m'lud, all the little dots were confusing me"
There could be wearable cams distributed throughout the real crowd and your virtual run could "patch in" with which ever cam you are "at" on your treadmill run.
With a bit of nice image blending you could get your own virtual view of the race, as it's happening, rather than what I presume would otherwise be bog standard Google Streetviews.
"That is my [idea], it is mine and belongs to me, and I own it and what it is, too"
I think the article said something like "I'll be running it with the iPad and watching myself running through the streets of London"
Oh, hang on, it did say that!
The touchdown video is impressive nonetheless!
I still use the same algorithm I used in 1983, and have had many cubes that have become destroyed by constant solving. I sometimes use a completed cube to make nice patterns and leave it on my desk for people to see (wow, how did he do that / smug git), or just therapy when talking to my IT department. I'm usually 2 - 4 minutes in slow mode, but then 'the real McCoy' official cube is not very good for speed cubing as it is actually quite stiff. Inferior models / copies actually tend to break!
Anyone who can 'do' the cube will spot that as they will know the near-completed colour combinations don't make sense.
Pure Moore Bond camp humour, the expression on his face when he drops it out of the car is priceless!
Crikey, I need a career change to be able to afford that!
Anyone want to buy an inflatable sex doll (filled with propane)?
I suspect it means 'ten centimetres cubed' rather than 'ten cubic centimetres'c
There are also added complications with spacetime, how, or if, to take time dilation into account.