2047 posts • joined 21 Jan 2010
Re: Taxpayers were funding deniers?
you had bill gates round at yours holding a gun to your head too?
Re: ...that word. I do not think it means what you think it means
Thumbs up for the princess bride ref :-)
Re: ...I bet we could find someone who denies the climate exists.
over to you lewis
Re: ...derogatory terms....
saying climate denier is less derogatory than fuckwit. which is what we mean, fuckwit.
NSA does flog their wares too...
be afraid, be very afraid.
why is he not dead yet?
Re: explain the footage from their bodycam to their superiors
like the pig wot killed that bloke in London that wasn't even part of the protest?
Took years to get him out of his cushy job (despite his previous) and he avoided bird, but he murdered someone on the six o'clock fucking news!
do me a favour.... guv.
Julian Assange, crawled to incarceration reeking of shit smelling egomania I can't even imagine
Health and safety gone maddddd!
Does the average commentard here really drive in such a manner that looking away (or adjusting ones focus) for 1/2 a second will result in an accident?
p'raps that explains the vast numbers of drives who regard mirrors as vanity accessories!
Take an LGV course, you spend way way WAY more time looking in your mirrors*, and compensate by considering driving conditions further up the road (a lot further up the road if you have a liquid or swinging load)
It's just the same information we are all processing now, with a fractionally different delivery system. If you cant deal with it, turn it off or preferably take the bus.
* a truck driver should be at least as aware whats going on behind him as is in front.
Re: How to plan central planning (Just Try Herding Cats)
Illegals get benefits?
and I suppose you work for a gang boss who pays you 5 quid a day and charges you £4:50 for bed and board for the week along with 25 of your co-workers all sharing a 2 bed semi.
no wonder you are so bitter
Re: The internet
You think the net happened by accident?
You need to take more water with it mate.
The internet is a prime example of precisely, and I mean that in it's technical sense, precisely the opposite of the point you are trying to make.
It's a fantastic example of forward planning and it is regulated all to fuck - just not by governments.
You don't believe me? try unplugging that cat 5 cable from the back of your computer and shouting 'google' really loudly into it. see how far you get.
just because you lack the wit to appreciate the organisation does not mean it is not there
way to fail!
Re: invent new desires...
Ahhh I thought we were talking about star trek, turns out we are talking about the internet!
you do know he was bought and paid for by the road builders yes?
and the government put him in charge of a review of the only competition to roads.....
A bit like having liam fox head an investigation into closeted public officials treating their boyfriends to international travel at the public's expense!
cut a bit far?
what is the real problem with rail travel? they don't depart from anywhere near where I am, and they don't go anywhere near to where I want to go.
And who do we thank for that?
All of that is explained by incompetent management, and whether the enterprise is government run or privately owned, we will always have PHB's fucking everything up.
_that_ is the british disease (we think 'management' is a specialist subject - divorced from the actual work of the business.... well it fucking isn't).
I would counter the nationalisation/privatisation argument with the simple fact that there is nothing, not one thing that has happened in any of the privatised utilities that couldn't have happened while the enterprise was state run - given appropriate instruction from the owners... us!. There was simply a lack of political will to do so. And that applies to all parties! The soviet system didn't fail due to some ideological shortcoming as all you hayek cocksuckers insist. the entire country was utterly corrupt. that's what caused the implosion.
About as corrupt as American society is today... just wait and see (i'll give you a clue... it's behind you!)
Re: If you ask for soya 'milk'
okay, so it's shit that's been around for yonks...
still shit tho
well, fuck 'some people'!
IMHO he should not have masked the pic. protecting the anonz of the scammer. fuck him! what's he going to do, complain about it?
Post his ip addy, mac number and inside leg measurement.
I would hope that all editors on this site could read non ascii
Re: Google Ark
Re: A glimmer of hope
apple make skateboards?
Re: War Crimes
or just watch the news! you fucking degenerate
Of course that case was made
mr justice thingammy-stein heard the evidence from the prosecution lawyer something-berg and they decided Rubin deserved a TLD!
fucking disgraceful even by their standards
and the Afghans, and the Iraqis, and the Vietnamese, and Laotians(?) Norks... all that way back to the confederated states.
Sic 'em shyster
what is this cheque of which you speak?
Re: Ha!!! Henderson, Anderson ,Sanderson, whetever the hell your name is
You don't know you are born,
MS and Adobe are pushing on-line versions
I'm beginning to come round to this idea TBH
Anything that ends the Sisyphean 'upgrade' (what-the-fuck-grade) cycle of annual updates with no significant productivity gain (all more than offset by the bugs in the new bits), but different enough to require staff training or variation to your internal systems. Who knows someone might even come up with the innovation of software that just does what it's supposed to do, and wont go titsup every 10 minutes. and if it helps the vendors address piracy, than that's all good too.
Re: build thousands of powerful servers much more cheaply than experienced manufacturers like IBM.
you mean like facebook have/will have/been/going to.....
hope he sues the people that made money off the dip to get some money to pay his fines.
(the clue is in the question: for everyone _selling_ for an artificially low price and losing out there was someone else _buying_ for an artificially low price and making a profit.)
Hence a zero sum game.
Re:DID verify it first
They failed massively too. even my gran knows better than to call the number listed in the mail, or visit the site listed in the email.
The press that didn't check were negligent.
The ones that called the number off the mail were stupid to the point of negligence.
Re: $50 meeeleion???
get a clue
Re: deal with the spent fuel....
Why on earth not? they have fuckin tons of empty space to dig a hole in, not like France for eg
Re: Headline wrong?
Did they 'lose' A$300M though?
To put it another way, what's the share price today?
The article has it part right, day traders would have taken a bath, but fuck em. parasites
pensions, I would say not so much.
Re: I think...
So Mr Page, regarding that itchy mole that recently appeared on your back, will you;
a) Take the advice of your regular GP
b) Consult with a specialist dermatologist - who has specialised in this condition
c) Post a question on !yahoo !answers and go with the most popular opinion
yeah I thought so.
(damn gubbermint introducing a mole tax just to buy schools and roads and nucular (hehehe) summarines and stuff!)
a new low
a fork from the 1950's is probably the polite way of putting it
Re: Do tell...
Just like PRISM
but instead of the might of the US government you just have a cunt on a bike.
Amber means stop, along with red and red/amber, especially on your driving test
explains him being a cyclist then dont it
Re: re : James 51
so you are the type of cyclist that ignores red lights then....
and when you are killed doing it, it will be the drivers fault.
and not 'all' people cross against a red. In fact this very weekend me and 10 or so of my mates were out on the piss, and traversing town from pub to pub on 2 occasions we waited at red lights even though there was no traffic coming. (and to be fair taking the piss out of ourselves as we did it!)
apparently it's more common in germany
I was wondering...
The article didn't mention it, and in the UK we have had 'hands free only' legislation for a while, yet people with shit cars with no bluetooth continue to call... and by extension continue to crash and die too.
What's the point in buying a government if you can't then go on to recoup your costs by ripping off the public.
I think it's called 'the market' :-)
Before making a right wing knee-jerk DV, think about it. what is the exact mechanism that results in this insanity? the market. it might be broken, but nonetheless that's what it is. the power resides with the politicians, being a politician is heinously expensive, so if you want to continue to be a politician you gotta suck a lot of cocks. Corporations have a shitload of cash which they (wisely) invest in buying the government, who in turn ensure the corp is still there writing cheques at the next electoral cycle.
supply and demand, just in this instance (and lets be honest in just about every other conceivable instance) the people get screwed along the way.
democracy don't mean shit if collectively you are going to consistently vote like twats.
Re: I like mass surveillance
did you not read, or fail to understand the post to which you respond?
because you have just demonstrated it's validity.
Re: But it IS of consequence
And it's not such a long time since 'we' all made a long nose at the East Germans and Russians and all 'that lot' for their oppressive societies riddled with mass surveillance. Didn't need no steeeeenkin UN to tell us it was wrong back then.
(not a comfortable parallel to draw is it?)
Re: I like mass surveillance
Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.....
Re: What do you think mass surveillance is?
Isn't that the sad irony.
Bin Laden has won. He'd won on September the 12th, but our betters and wisers were too full of their own cleverness to spot this.
that's the trouble with democracy :-) look around you.... how would you feel about those people organising your pension? picking a retirement home for you? what's the odds that collectively they couldn't even sit the right way round on a toilet.
and they decide who gets to play with the big levers.
.. all we need now is to find a better way to do it :-D
Re: Dangerous precedent
Are you speaking with forked tongue about the killing fields? That could end up with you being sent to the gulags, if Robespierre does not drive you across the Atlantic on the mayflower, and no one expects that (their chief weapon is surprise...surprise and fear...fear and surprise.... our two weapons are fear and surprise...and ruthless efficiency.... Our three weapons are fear, surprise, and ruthless efficiency...and an almost fanatical devotion to the Pope.... Our four...no... amongst our weapons.... amongst our weaponry...are such elements as fear, surprise.... ).
<can I stop now please?>
go read a history book, preferably one the ex minster of education would disapprove of
Re: Dangerous precedent
No need to worry about the dangerous precident...
He's retired now, and spends all his time in the bath producing infantile daubs of his own feet.
Re: Unique Passwords
on sooooo many levels
Re: Password Managers?
i got haxed by a trekkie
now you will just feel the eerie presence!
Radar - most likely no. The cops have mostly switched to IR laser guns and this should be perfect for them. Ditto for any laser rangefinder - there will be nothing to return back, so this clearly has some very obvious applications.
I think not.
as a stripling i recall fucking around with phase conjugate mirrors - used in loads of laser applications and 99.96% is no great shakes. (think high energy - if you have 0.04% of the output of a 600W co2 laser heating up a few sq mm of the layer of a mirror a few microns thick... thats a 2 bucket fire right there!)
reflection being 1/absorption we can say that if 0.04% gets bounced. that's probably enough to be detected pretty easily.
technically if the paintjob absorbs 99.96% of the incident light you wont see anything, you will _not_ see it? see where it isn't?
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