Since so many politicians are complete arses...
...can this law be used to keep them away from the public?
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...can this law be used to keep them away from the public?
...Victorian of them.
There is Facebook?
He also clearly wasn't too worried about the company and its employees when he chose to start drunkenly kicking the Uber driver around.
This individual's sole contribution to humanity will be the day he no longer continues consuming limited planetary resources.
I have some nice 10cm diameter by 40cm long cylindrical (rounded on one end even) toner cartridges here you might like to borrow.
... a 2b pencil (pusher).
I had a better one but Huw D ninja'd me.
It might be like the plural of 'mouse'. For the animal variety it is 'mice', for the computer variety it is 'mouses' (yes, the inventor of the computer mouse did that deliberately to mess with people).
While I largely agree. Be careful not to mix up concepts of Tax Avoidance (perfectly legal for anyone and even sometimes encouraged - things like tax breaks for investing in particular things needed by society) with Tax Evasion (very illegal, even for big companies).
Finding ways to do so is is what tax accountants are employed to do. If they failed to do so, they would be negligent and probably legally liable.
If the government doesn't want taxes avoided, they need to close the loopholes they originally created. Not whine about it like a child complaining about how unfair their being sent to their room is.
(Sorry, the narrator is a bit on the dim side at times).
@The Prof. You are just in the wrong era. Virgin-Mary-blue used to be considered the appropriately feminine colour and Toned-Down-Blood-pink the masculine one. Then some royal mis-guessed the gender of their child-to-arrive and it was (apparently) easier to change the culture than repaint the baby's bedroom suite.
...if I have finished draining it of blood yet.
The makers of Red Dwarf's Kryten would agree with you, Pascal, that being the explicit reason his head looks like a novelty condom while an earlier model android in his line looks much more human.
It's what the dumb masses want. The rest of us get encrypted VPNs.
I'm guessing they skimped on insurance.
I assume to compensate for the flattening effect of the angle at which the photo was taken?
They prefer to be called 'little planets'
If you hear what you think is a Chinese person repeatedly saying the 'N' word, they might just be saying the local version of 'um....'
Pajero formally means 'Manly' (which was why it was chosen) but it is pretty easy to see how that had long before shifted to the colloquial 'Wanker'.
...to cure cancer, solve global hunger, bring peace to the world and save ALL the children.
What can't the latest new technology do?
And carry a 23" shifting spanner.
Updation, updation, updation.
A man had an operation
They took out his brain
and put in a moldy cabbage
(Real life seldom rhymes) updation.
My understanding for the Census being anonymous in the past was that it was so people wouldn't feel inclined to lie to protect themselves.
For example: with the violent hostility to anyone-who-doesn't-believe-as-me going on around the world at present, I certainly don't want my beliefs or their possible lack indexed to my identity and stored off somewhere that will inevitably become effectively public-domain sooner-or-later (not that I am inclined to trust the government or its agencies with such personal information themselves, either!).
He used the wrong hole. God was in the cubicle on the other side.
Why isn't it 12 inches long? Because then it would be a foot.
But the plods misinterpreted the expression "strike a happy medium" and law suits are pending.
Which might be why AMD is working towards being a supplier of ARM cores too.
It isn't the popular figurehead Hanson per-se, but her shadowy handlers that you really need to worry about.
I spent years married to an inanimate object!
Wasn't getting off on it though, hence the past tense.
I recall not seeing an oncoming NSW State Rail heavy vehicle until it was disturbingly close a few decades back, as it was a perfect 'Eucalyptus green' against a forested background.
Does your TV support BlueTooth?
You know your telly is really 'smart' when it starts hacking you for its own amusement and profit!
Just to remind you not to plug in a mic, I am guessing.
Possibly not even security-related. I was always plugging my headphones into my mic jack in the dark under my desk until I changed cases and my new one has lit front panel port-icons.
I guess if you have an 'air-gapped' computer in the same roome as a networked one, they could (slowly) communicate back and forth.
But at least their prostate health will be tip-top.
But it might contain diamonds!
Yep. Australia is just more lax about ingredient list requirements. Manufacturers like to complain they can't fit any more on the label while their exact same product+package manages just that in other parts of the world with more pro-people government policies.
"If I had one day left to live, I would spend it in this seminar as it made the day seem like eternity."
Or 4 that just didn't find it in the least funny.
YAAC: "A brilliantly conceived but badly execute attempt to flatten Australia from space."
Wot? It wasn't flat enough already!?
they should encourage the militarised poachers to hunt Microsoft board members to extinction?
Every disclaimer that I have ever seen in the past couple of decades out of a packaged software house explicitly forbids its use in potentially life-threatening situations. So no sue-ball.
I prefer the descriptive contraction 'MoFo'
Might work out for breast cancer.
It's got what plants need.
Pollies won't end the 'War on Drugs' while they are getting so much slush funding from the big drug cartels to keep it up. Just like the illegal alcohol producers were the biggest fans of prohibition, the cartels like the prices being kept higher than they would be in a fair market.
I always have trouble keeping track of the petty small-time politics.
History doesn't have much good to say on that combination of concepts! :-)
If all the fast stuff is integrate on a SOC, with just low-pin-count for connecting to slow peripherals (USB, Network PHYs, etc.) I might even be able to go back to making my own computer mainboards!
Sounds like a euphamism for having one's head planted in one's posterior!