9 posts • joined 18 Jan 2010
Sounds pretty cool
If this works with Windows (I assume that's where the testing took place), then I can't wait to try it out with Ubuntu! :-D
Bet they wouldn't try that in Scotland
Good way to get buggered!
Google bashers, note this
They are taking a stand. Ballmer, OTOH, has simply puckered up and kissed Chinese arse at twice the already heady speed.
A tiny but significant blow to political correctness!
Oops, I hope I didn't offend anyone, a beating, not a blow, wait, that's not good either...
Watch yer mouth, Limey...
How would you like us to go all War of 1812 on your arse again?
Sounds like a rush to sanity
You'd have to be out of your mind to run a critical site on IIS.
The rest of the story...
...they'll only play in Silverlight!
The danger of games and cratoons
When I was a kid I used to watch Bugs Bunney and Road Runner. When i was sixteen i went to juvie for dropping an anvil on a friend from the rook of my house. It was supposed to make a loud noise and he was ssupposed to laugh and walk away./ How did I know it would farcture his skull. I also made a pipe bmob out of poweder i got by brealking open a bunch of firecrackers. It blinded another friend. None of this would have happened if I had watched family-friendly stuff like Bardy Bunch and Davey and goliath when i was a kid. Violent cartoons ruined my life. Well, it ruined my life until I turned eihgtteen.
Re: Steve Wonziak
The Apple II was basically invented by Shatner ands his cronies over at Commodore. The US Festival wasa nothing but a bunch of brunt-out disco bands. And who cares if he invetned the floppy drive? My uncle invented the burpless cucumber. Should he be worshipped like a god?
Wonziak needs to be eathenized
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