I don't wish to alarm you dabbsy, but I just had that worstal round here asking if he could rent my chainsaw for the day.....
2338 posts • joined 21 Jan 2010
13 dv's for that?
He doubted the word of god!
burn him with fyre
then keeeeel him again
<shakes head, walks away>
Re: Let me be the first to say..
so in reporting a scientific story the beeb is following 97% of scientists and ignoring the fanatical gibbering of a vanishingly small minority of half-wits easily hoodwinked by a small group of multi-billionaires who got to be multi-billionaires by flogging carbon to us all.
depends, when the system is fundamentally chaotic, in it's actual sense, then there is little or no point in trying to model it.
that said all deniers are morons. or have an agenda
Re: For Whom the Comment Tolls
Never_ makes _any_sense.
there may be a point
i have no idea
but i always read his/her/it's comments.
They seem to be mostly on topic, and i understand all of the words used....
the icons are awarded on number of posts I think
Re: Keeping 'Mum' was just SOP for those involved in WW2
your grandchild comes up to you and asks 'what did you do in the war grandad?' and _that's_ the story you'd want to tell?
Re: Actually traffic analysis is fairly simple concept.
now where else have I heard this term recently......
<black helicopter icon gone!>
Isn't it about time we were allowed to shoot anyone that called themselves 'a designer' but who lacked the wit to perform basic structural calculations, or work to a coherent design brief?
Read a FB post from a friend about some twat who'd invented a thin (widthways) plug (interesting idea, only suitable for low power applications and way too mechanically complex to be of much use for long) in response to the question 'why is this plug 10mm thick? the response was 'well the macbook air is 10mm thick and thats the definition of thin...
at that point i stopped surfing the net and went looking for a fucking gun.
thing happens, scientists postulate, page proselytises....
didn't even need to read the article!
please fire that guy
Nope, he's the boss
how else do you think he gets away with such crap
Re:who is correct.
not holding my breath.
Lewisis OPINION not supported by facts
colour me surprised!
Re: That popping noise you hear
just like every weekend at chequers.
what was that about us all being in this together?
don't let the door it you on the ass on your way out
Re: look a bit silly.
a bit late there
By which you mean someone not 110% supportive of each and every atrocity committed by the bunch of zionist thugs occupying Palestine?
yeah I thought so
Re: You forgot one thing...
I forgot to note that it is the AGM of the pedants society today!
(not having a go at you in patricular!)
Re: Shift to paper?
see what you did there?
Re: Where does ryanair flight to Dublin actually land?
I think the swedes or danes would have something to say about a shedload of ryanair planes full of refugees turning up out of the blue.
Because I agree with you,
Worstall will, as usual, be wrong about it :-)
Re: figure out Bing
it's a textbox ffs
Re: Name one war that was because of religion?
err that would be most of them
Re: I HOPE ALL THE VIRGINS
whats wrong with fat sweaty gamers livin' in their mom's basement?
it says in this here contract '72 virgins' nuthin about male or female.
(apologies to anyone who is fat, a gamer, or lives in their mom's basement, and commiserations to anyone who scores more than 2 on the list)
Equally convenient when a batshit cult of fuckwit godbotheres is intent on setting off bombs in the rush hour
you say potato...
Re: no court of law was involved, no evidence has been offered, and no defence allowed.
I think you'll find the concepts of 'law','evidence','and defence' don't mean much where they live
Re: Agree 99%
well yes, he's a given.
the exception being lewis, who, I notice, one is not permitted to criticise any more...
Re: if the wipers go continuous for more than 12 seconds.
rather suggests it is affected then. makes sense.
using survey lidar you get more than 1 bounce from a pulse, so for eg, a pulse from an aircraft hitting the canopy of a tree will give a return from the canopy, and the light continues sending further returns as it encounters more leaves, and finally the ground. usually you can take upto 4 returns from each pulse.
A raindrop would surely generate a return, and even moderately light rain would trigger a few returns over the sort of distances you would want to measure in a driving system which would be okay for the laser, but really up the workload on the the processing end of things!
Re: Signal to noise and interference
I'm pretty sure the time of flight is too fast for any meaningful encoding to be possible. not that it makes a lot of difference at the hardware level. I'm a little confused also that they take the view that laserdisk tech is 'useful' 'cause as far as i can see taking a couple of hundred thousand samples a second is not going to cut the mustard, by a couple of orders of magnitude.
In other news...
Pimp complains girlfriend fucks other men.
So let me get this right....
The post war boom was due to the introduction of tech...
Which kinda begs the question 'what the fuck happened in the 80's?'
Re: withdrawing £20,000 in cash?
Although on reflection the shotgun and balaclava was a bit of a mistake....
Re: can sue your company for failing to meet the payroll even if it is bank's fault.
But it's a pretty fucking stupid thing to do.
cos for A) there is less than zero chance of winning in 'n' years time when it gets to court.
and for B) you'll find yourself at the back of any good queue, and the head of any shitty queue until they find a way to sack your ass.
Re:He said 58 words in the first film :)
$17,500 a word I seem to recall
Re: Oscar Wilde.
Marriage counselling expert?
Re:above average intelligence themselves (they're high earners)
Greg 16, let me introduce prospective candidate for POTUS donald trump, you have clearly never met!
Re: Houses, trees, brush, concrete, asphalt, whatever,
Let's add asbestos and cadmium to that list...
although to be fair, prolly not much in the way of Japanese Knotweed which is equally outrageously expensive to remove from site.
Re: The end of any driving pleasure
Thoughtful and insightful post however 1 small issue.
" I base this on the continued existence of classic cars. "
no chance mate!
quality cars in days of yore were built as well as they could be.
quality cars these days are built so you need to buy a new one in a few of years.
Re: The end of any driving pleasure
I think you are 30 odd years late with that one.
Imma letchu finish but....
Some bands on some sites in some locations will now show a splash screen.
Raising recent government internet policy to a totally new level of futility.
Re: Totally ....
Faulty cable in this instance would mean dead short.
First rule of writing this kind of bumf... don't be too specific.
Re:Who has the power?
Absolutely correct, assuming they have 0 customers.
Re: Can someone answer this question?
Which speaks volumes as to the efficiency of right wing propaganda and says nothing whatsoever about the subject.
Just imagine Corbin in No. 10 and Bernie Sanders at 1600 pen ave.
if the prospect scares you, that's because you are part of the problem.
Re: Depends on what OS your using.
windows for workgroups - a period drama
Re: Sensational historical revelation!
but 'hitting the messenger with a large stick' doesn't scan.
In fact it sounds like a bit of a(n - sounds... yuk) euphemism, in the best Finbar Saunders tradition.
Just from the power of words alone i get a picture forming in my head.....
mom from Futurama.
probably grossly unfair, but it did actually happen.
Why wasn't the headline...
Nork Intertubes gone all ronry?
Re: He's Canadian. Born in Calgary
man you need to search that dial for something other than faux m8
he no more hid his childhood than Hillary is going to cop shit for doing exactly what every secretary of state after the invention of email and pror to the change in regulations _after she left office_
Re: He's Canadian. Born in Calgary
Turns out, the whole 'where you were born' thing only only applies if you got some black in you...
pure bred aryan stock... not so much.
I shit you not
Re: IMHO, BATSHIT
The people he's 'playing' to in the states are the kind of people who think that ” We cannot take action on climate change until everyone in the world agrees gay marriage vaccines won’t cause our children to marry goats who are going to come for our guns."
And are, increasingly an electoral irrelevance. if not now, then when trump eventually spits out his dummy and runs independent. Thank Dawikins/FSM
Is it just me or does everyone hear the theme to 'The Munsters' every time they see the canadian\cuban oaf?