more common than you might think...
Just type "Yorkshite" into Google :-)
572 posts • joined 25 Sep 2006
Just type "Yorkshite" into Google :-)
I thought the guy's speech was actually a bot.
They seem perfectly happy to shout their heads off in a phone conversation!
Last time I tried to connect to the local Costa wi-fi, it wouldn't even let me establish a secure link to Google. Needless to say I fired up my phone's hotspot instead.
Is it Gene Hunt? Is he beating up a nonce?
The EU are in the process of deciding whether our mass surveillance is illegal or not. I'm guessing this is what her rubbish dog-whistle is actually about. Unless she really wants to torture prisoners.
Fuckoffium more like!
I have two keyboard Kindles in my house - one of them updated without a hitch, the other one stubbornly refused and had to be USB'd into submission...
"Luckily, it proved not to be so proficient at kick boxing..."
"Have you found a solution?"
"No - but I've got a NEW NAME for the problem!"
Just a shame they had to wait until after Terry Wogan died! He stopped presenting it because of the dodgy voting blocks...
...or we might all vanish in a brief puff of smoke...
To get publicity for your career, you have to look like an enormous dickhead on purpose instead of by accident, as is usual.
Nathan Bedford Forrest. Sorry to copy from Wikipedia, but...
" In the battle of Fallen Timbers, he drove through the Union skirmish line. Not realizing that the rest of his men had halted their charge when reaching the full Union brigade, Forrest charged the brigade single-handedly, and soon found himself surrounded. He emptied his Colt Army revolvers into the swirling mass of Union soldiers and pulled out his saber, hacking and slashing. A Union infantryman fired a musket ball into Forrest's spine with a point-blank musket shot, nearly knocking him out of the saddle. Forrest galloped back to his incredulous troopers. A surgeon removed the musket ball a week later, without anesthesia, which was unavailable."
" In December 1862, Forrest's veteran troopers were reassigned by Gen. Braxton Bragg to another officer, against his protest. Forrest had to recruit a new brigade, composed of about 2,000 inexperienced recruits, most of whom lacked weapons. Again, Bragg ordered a raid, this one into west Tennessee to disrupt the communications of the Union forces under Grant, which were threatening the city of Vicksburg, Mississippi. Forrest protested that to send such untrained men behind enemy lines was suicidal, but Bragg insisted, and Forrest obeyed his orders. On the ensuing raid, he showed his brilliance, leading thousands of Union soldiers in west Tennessee on a "wild goose chase" to try to locate his fast-moving forces. Never staying in one place long enough to be attacked, Forrest led his troops in raids as far north as the banks of the Ohio River in southwest Kentucky. He returned to his base in Mississippi with more men than he had started with. By then, all were fully armed with captured Union weapons."
So magick is becoming "respectable" now they are calling it "brainhacking"?
Which one's him?
"Armando Iannucci's TED talk on reincarnation was well received"
Please can you do this list every Patch Tuesday? It's really good to see the list of fixes without having to go back and forth to Microsoft's KB for each one.
your ipod on shuffle play must sound like Spike Jones and his City Slickers! :D
...livin in an Orwellian spy paradise...
I thought you meant the Cray ran hot enough to cook your BBQ on it...
Remember, kids, being a fuckwit is independent of race, creed or colour!
Although one of these three will give you a head start!
I hope it's just my out of date terminology knowledge...
...always makes me think "We're the knights of the round table, we dance when e'er we're able..."
I put in another vote for Scrivener. It's cheap, designed for the job and you can use it on more than one of your own machines.
I just hope the poor fucker in the picture got paid loads for having to do that pose :-/
"I know you and Frank were planning to disconnect me, Dave"
"Have you come far?"
"I hit the headboard once."
I just tried to retweet that.
Please please get his hairy bumhole face off the front page.
I believe this is what you are looking for:
Please could you make the active link cover the whole top bar and not just the bit in the middle with the text on it? Ta!
for the excellent phrase "peeling a handy sheep"
Can anyone recommend Windows antivirus that doesn't suck donkey balls and/or suck up all your resources?
Could I see a picture of him clothed before deciding?
That is all, thank you.
My hotspot is called "Google Surveillance" and no-one's ever bothered me at an airport :-)
And I didn't roll my eyes once. Lots of excellent, inventive bits. Mixing humour and horror like the best stuff. And the monsters were genuinely scary and exciting. And it's taken me until last episode to realise that I didn't like Clara because she was previously (and probably will be again) written TERRIBLY. These last two episodes she actually came over as an actual person.
God bless wikipedia...
I like to think that all the warming we're doing is counteracting a new ice age which we should have had by now :-)
"Where now for Mark Zuckerberg raised by badgers?"
...what happens if any of the three photons falls out and rolls under the sofa?
since phones are now getting way too big, put it on vibrate and shove it up your arse?
to a chair with a strap-on...
"Oh noes! My inalienable right to behave like a dick is being naysayed by the VERY PERSON I'm paying money to see! The horror!"
Hasn't Boris Johnson said he might be standing again? Just saying.
...is what you're describing. runs Windows 8.1, comes with Office, has an SD slot for extra storage...
I don't work for Asus, but I do like the machine a lot...
"We have top men working on it."
"Top - MEN."