517 posts • joined 25 Sep 2006
Is also a slang term for a woman who a gay man goes around with to throw people off the scent...
No 16 Bus Shelter
Sadly, it took me a few seconds to realise why you might want to call your child that.
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"Did your robots rebel against you?"
"Oh, no, worse than that - they liked us!"
that's what the iWatch is going to be for!
Glad to hear...
...that the Chinese can tell a rubbish deal when they see one...
I thought of Peter Serofinowicz
This voiceover was found to have "heightened the sensual nature of the ad".
Glad he was none the worse...
...and I see the Register's obsession with genital mutilation stories is unabated...
I saw it and read "Gravity powered light ships" which is WAY more exciting.
If you want to clean up YouTube...
...you will only do it by eliminating morons.
So let us know how that goes.
Drug *users* shurely?
This means that the operating manual is the dread OmNomNomicron.
"Humanity has briefly achieved artificial fusion reactions, but sadly only in H-bombs"
The advert underneath said "Harness the power of flash"
Dark matter is the gravitational effect carried over from parallel universes. This leads to the prediction that the "amount" of dark matter measured will increase over time, as universes split and split again with regard to the time axis.
I worked for one company where the username format was first name followed by first initial of last name. We had one developer called Chris whose surname initial was T.
"Do not worry about this problem - Christ will fix it"
It must be terrible
Saying the same rubbish things to people day after day when you know they aren't true, and the only reason to do it this way is purely to make more money.
Tim Robbins isn't looking well.
Obligatory XKCD reference
"It's very uncertain what happens to carbon down there."
To sail the diamond seas of Saturn
A boat of tungsten under me
To know that deep below the land
Metallic hydrogen forms a second sea
Or perhaps the crushing forces
Turn the diamonds into jam
arrange themselves the best they can
A billion years of buckyballs
that reproduce and stick and spread
Giant neurons, giant brains
A gas giant for a giant head
And one day as old HAL comes cruising
A million miles, drifting by
Following signals most perplexing
The Great Red Spot will open, like an Eye.
Re: Lightning in a 2 foot box
Maybe all the people who REALLY knew what had happened have been flash-fried :-)
Re: I know what's causing it
Annihilating naughty things with bolts of lightning? Isn't that God's usual MO?
MUST NOT BE NAMED
...is it called Hastur?
What a load of old correct horse battery staple.
Re: Never realized the Reg was so butt hurt.
I'd much rather the something happened to the HR departments.
Tories don't like foreigners staying here too long anyway. I presume these 'visas' will come with an electronic tag?
Re: Never mind the physics
It's got cute little green eyes!
...for reminding me of Old Yeller...
I prefer Fritter and Wastebook...
...someone who refers to themselves in the third person.
...did she go of her own accord? No, wait...
Why stop there?
Why not recreate Facebook in a version that is so exclusive, no-one can use it?
That was Larry Hagman in "I Dream of Jeannie"...
As Renton put it...
"In a thousand years, there's not going to be boys or girls. Just wankers. Fine by me."
sprang instantly to mind.
Re: Keith Vaz
He has always been slippery and utterly corrupt. Erm, allegedly.
Oh - it's in space...
At first sight I thought you meant the defunct electronics and white goods flogger...
Re: Is it just me or...
Perhaps they are the only ones putting their hands into their wallets for it...
I loved it. And Unreal Tournament too.
Nowadays the games are so realistic you can be as crap at them as you would be in real life.
...good one :D
There is a blinds company in Wandsworth whose slogan used to be "Deanz Meanz Blindz"...
"Hello Mr. Yakamoto and welcome back to the GAP!"
Re: Stock Market
I would give you two upvotes if I could. One for the body of the post and a second for "big greasy moose dick".
I like this man.
He's like a lovely cross between Guy Kewney and Malcolm Tucker :D
The Chicago Sun-Times
...now has an estimated lifetime of six months...
Did anyone else notice?
Team is run by H. Eisenberg...
Re: Great news for the Taxman ( not)
Maybe we could start making things again! Now, where did I put those coal mines...
Re: the rustling of small leaves.
I propose "the Eadon"
Porn is unrealistic
It gives children a twisted and unrealistic image of how quickly you can get a plumber to come to your house...
Re: How safe?
I wouldn't trust them to manage a digital whelk stall.
MASSIVE PATENT BATTLE WITH CISCO KLAXXON
Now all we have to do...
Is get rid of that sodding Office ribbon!
The problem with quantum computers
...is how many qubits they can entangle without the whole lot decohering. If they want to break 128 bit keys, they will need 128 bits. This new tech will only be interesting if it leads to a massive increase in the number of entanglable qubits...
I think the top number achieved so far is eight. Just enough for a quantum Commodore 64 :D
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