22 posts • joined 22 May 2007
Free Orb Non-Destructive LOHAN Equipment
"ram amuck", really?
"... followed that summer for over half the price ..."? "Less than half the price", perhaps.
I assume 'tortious' was meant to be 'tortuous'.
looks like some DDL thing.
You don't need more than the title - "Mel Gibson's "The Life of Baal Shem Tov".
Where have all the pedants gone?
I can't believe some sad git hasn't pointed out that they're not bears. Oh, now one has.
Is this a cunning bilingual pun? Ursula, from the Latin ursus, bear - bare?
Bad news for porkers
I take exception to 'bad news for porkers'. There are two types of pig; porker pigs, bred for pork, and baconer pigs, bred for bacon. So that should be 'bad news for baconers'.
Bet it crashes on the White House - Oleg, you stupid bastard, I told you to reprogramme that!
One flight from Beijing, one from Shanghai - I suspect melamine in the fuel.
Wot happened to Morecambe Bay?
That buggers Morecambe's tourist industry - seems it's now miles inland.
For those who can't be bothered to check the flags:
Original - D I S C O V E R
New - B E N D O V E R
Huh? The closest the OED has is 'kythe - Illustration of Forms', but that can't be it.
"...I always thought the revolver was a pistol."
True, but they're not the same thing. A revolver is a pistol, but not all pistols are revolvers.
Tux, 'cos I like bird meat.
Now I understand
why I hate the bugger - Blackburn born, and proud of it.
Penguin, because it's about Bill
I mean, really.
"After all, the food and strip clubs are quite a bit better up North."
What? The FOOD? They don't even have grits in New York, never mind collared greens. And the fried chicken is frankly crap.
Wow!. Neatamundo!. I make that 18% adjectives - and an amazing 27% if you include adjectival use of other parts of speech. Awesome. Journalism at its best. Herman Melville eat your heart out.
(Not including DARPA quote)
The great majority of Ultra intercepts were Luftwaffe, not naval - naval enigma was a huge pain to crack.
Shurley shome mistake?
"The final decision on who'll get the maiden rollout is set for April ..."
Shouldn't that be 'midden rollout"?
The other shoo drops