Re: fick godwin
hitler was democratically elected in '33
2433 posts • joined 21 Jan 2010
hitler was democratically elected in '33
what a great example of a vibrant healthy business....
due in no small part to being _constrained_ to operate with a significant proportion of their frontline staff being contractors.
If they were in the private sector (checks watch) they would ALL have gone bust years ago.
Missed a trick, could have dropped that name in the leeeeeeeeder
in a post about electoral accountability you state a preference for a monarch.
i guess for some people irony just means metallic.
So you voted for elizabeth in 1952?
(and i think that is the logical fuckup that was being pointed out to you earlier)
good luck voting cameron out if you dont happen to live in jeremy cocksons gatehouse.
Thought i'd give it a go...
turns out i cant be arsed either
Huge maintenance costs....
every bloody leap year
well those corners do look quite rounded to me.....
and all his paper clip buddies
so now you know how the rest of us feel ALL THE TIME
after you settle this outstanding tea tax bill :D
(you have to admit there does seem to be an unusually high prevalence of assholes over there)
Because twitter and pintrest is where he keeps all his money?
But when has it ever actually been that way?
Did i miss a meeting?
Sleep an hibernate are just a pain in the arse as far as I can tell. i was trained to shut down with windows 3.0 and don't really get the 'advantage'of having my computer not working, but still running the battery down. nevermind the consequences of even the smallest memory leak when your uptime is potentially infinity.
shut down, it's cathartic, it's the end of the day. full stop, i no longer belong to 'the man', the next few hours are all mine.
Stay there while I go find my copy of 'chaos' and load it into the pocket trebuchet i just aimed at you :-)
the reason 'cfd' is hard is that it is fundamentally chaotic, and the combination of floating point and positive feedback is what caused all the problems. high sensitivity to small variations in initial conditions, coupled with noisy data. you can't really model something like that incrementally - you can theorise, and apply limited tests under highly controlled conditions, but as soon as you try to do anything real world all bets are off.
There is still much work to be done in understanding nonlinear systems. and the current political shenanigans between the scientific and oil/coal producing industrial complex is not helping.
Oh but we do...
The problem is fucktards upon being presented with a living breathing elephant insisting there aint no such animal.
pic an unusually high energy weather event, any unusually high energy weather event......
Yet curiously the predictions of the warmists come to pass time and time again.
It must be so frustrating knowing you are right and having the data dispute your.... deeper understanding/prejudice (delete inaplicable) time after time
You must be new here!
Lewis this is jzl, jzl this is Lewis (whatever you do dont mention the tinfoil hat)
I was driving through Derby the other day (well someone has to) and found myself following a merc with the reg
which i thought was a bit harsh.
bit steep for a first offence... call it ten bob
Sure my mobile numner is...
thanks for explaining your entire post at the end there :-)
And this sop to the nutters will butter no parsnips!,
Imagine we vote to remain. Any of those idiots looking like they'll stfu.
As good a reason as any to stay in
that would look great on a business card
...god of overpriced scarves???
a bunch of humorless nurks if ever i saw one
Cruise missiles targeting wapping you say.....
I heartily approve.
We used to think it was all about making amazing stuff happen with wires and chips and stuff.
Turns out that actually it's all about spotting the value of stuff people will gladly give for free if they get a shiny thing in return.
Well they did choke a bloke to death for selling single cigarettes a while back, so $50 bucks worth of fried chicken.... well thats quite a haul!
- Expensive Well-built
Trouble with that analysis is that it's based on the cars already produced by tesla, which were slightly more expensive.
it's like saying the ferrari F12 berlinetta is one hell of a car, so this fiat 500 must be great too.
both made by fiat
The first car is due off the line in Q4 of 2017...
and Tesla have yet to hit a production target.
Have you seen any of the tat they have produced in the last few years?
If they fell into a barrel of tits they would come out sucking their thumbs!
By all accounts St. Jobs was a nightmare to deal with, but you have to grudgingly admit he really knew what he was about - or at least stood his ground even if he was wrong!. Everyone else at 1 infinite loop (what an appropriate address) not so much, I guess the last person Jobs would consider working for was Jobs.
As an anti fanboi the last few years have been very entertaining, as they dropped the ball time and time again. It's going to catch up with them soon.
As far as I can see, it's just a question of how long it takes them to burn through that (mahoosive) pile of cash they are sitting on.
And there goes their business model
(and good riddance)
For some reason images of pots and kettles spring to mind...
So not a newspaper then
think of all that weight you'd be carrying round.
better to plug it into the GPS and only have it operate when you are under a bridge.
added advantage... less splashes on the driver
after checking with urban dictionary...
have an upvote.
I think it's already been established that we are all anti-semantic in here
... wow new candidate for 'shittiest job in the world'
wtf is it with 'you people' any time anyone has a beef they have to be compared to mengeles.
fuck you and fuck starbucks, they were gaming the system.
presumably lewis is still pissed from the xmas festivities and stuck in the stationery cupboard
It is, thats what did for capone.
I'll leave you to draw your own parallels
no typo, just mockery.
dunno.... my mate Rafael mumbled something about the rupture I think... hard to tell through that texan-canadian-cuban accent of his.
Oh please let that happen :-)
I somehow doubt that any republican showing even a modicum of foresight will seriously expect to see 'their man(or woman lol)' enter the Whitehouse any time soon.
Given that modern GTX cards automatically limit the clock & therefore consumption based on heat. If you run the psu hot, the inside of the box gets hot, this hot air is drawn into the card and the gpu throttles back.
My vishera does not like the heat, so the gpu (a 970) is limited, by me, to 60C - just to keep the overall heat in the system down. Under load the gpu runs flat out until the temp reaches 60, then eases off. I use it for cuda rendering, and that loads the thing more than any game (well crysys with all the knobs turned up to 11 is a breeze compared to a large render)
dunno about PSU limits... mine is 850w and.... sufficient. But i do have a 3d printer with slurps about 30amps at 12v and a (500w? 650w?) PC psu simply couldn't drive it. didn't overheat just maxed out at 25A and ran happy for hours on end, just didnt drive the bed heat up enough. so the protection on modern psu's is pretty good.
Then again anyone looking for a serious game rig is not going to start at pc world, and definitely not end up there.