This is worth a read, what a life he had!
76 posts • joined 5 Mar 2010
This is worth a read, what a life he had!
Whoops! That will explain it, blame the man flu and chest infection on my momentary lapse of reason...
Am I missing something here, but how could Tombaugh's ashes have been placed on board if he didn't pass until a year after launch?
Good work with the pipe action too, smashing.
This has obviously been faked. Look at the images, why are there no stars showing?
It is almost on a par with the fake moon landings.
Can someone explain why the sand always looks wet whenever you see the rover tracks? Is it to do with the lower pressure on the planet? Serious question!
I have bought a Nexus 7 for my mam, so I took the liberty of updating it to Kit Kat prior to her getting it. Mind you, I didn't expect the update process to be so easy!
Not the prequels, but every other Star Wars related show, game etc since Phantom Menace.
The prequels do not exist in this dojo.
Please no more double bladed lightsabers.
It's too early.
That spawn of satan icon looks like a car to me. Two headlights, grille, A pillars...
I can't unsee it.
Anyway, as you were.
Jules Winnfield was in Pulp Fiction.
The timing of this leak occurring and the release of the trailer for Gravity is quite coincidental.
I recall posting a comment after the original article about the wall. I think it looks much better now, you'll be pleased to know.
come Saturday morning, you'll produce a Bungle's finger with a measurable gravitational field.
I also loved the four player Teenage Mutant Hero (Ninja?) Turtles games from around '89. Awesome fun with pals.
That's a kick in the unmenshnables.
AMD chippery is powering the new Xbox and PS4 by all accounts, this should surely help boost their coffers.
Life, for ever dying to be born afresh, for ever young and eager, will presently stand upon this Earth as upon a footstool, and stretch out its realm amidst the stars.
The Wii U version of Arkham City isn't the best version according to Eurogamer:
"It's Arkham City, and by default a good game, but the basic reality is that we'd take any of the older - and now cheaper - versions of this excellent title ahead of the underwhelming Wii U port."
it looks like Killzone meets the walkers from Attack of the Clones on Hoth.
I was as excited as the next chap when this mission was about to get under way, the highly complex landing had my sap rising. But since then, it's kind of went a bit stale - 13 weeks of not much really happening.
It's a cracking effort, and I'm sure it'll produce some good science, but I can't help but feel a bit deflated at this current point in the mission.
It looks a bit like a Lumia 920 - deploy the lawyers!
I'm loving the brick wall in the last picture, the amount of cement is under the top level is magnificent. It looks like something I would do, pint in hand, and I have never built a wall in my life.
That was taken in a studio, just look at the shadows on the ground and why is the flag fluttering?
this pay check you speak of?
I wonder if these people talk bollocks like this at home?
Can someone please enlighten me as to what will occur when the galaxies merge, and the two black holes at the centre of each collide?
Can a black hole eat another? If so, where does it go?
Geoff May is my hero.
Judging by the way the missus reacts, you'd think my (Harry) monk was toxic.
My first foray into the world of LCD was a 32" V series Bravia from 2006, and I absolutely loved it. She was sold on though to make room for a 42" Panasonic plasma, but I have fond memories of the little blighter. Sniff.
They aren't that widespread around my NE28 postcode:
1.5 miles O2 RETAIL 11a The Forum Shopping Centre, Wallsend
5.5 miles O2 RETAIL 31-33 King Street, South Shields
6.6 miles O2 RETAIL 123 Northumberland Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
6.6 miles Greggs 105 Northumberland Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne
6.7 miles O2 RETAIL 31 Blackett Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
6.8 miles O2 RETAIL Unit 22 Blackettbridge, Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Thank God for Greggs.
Well done to all involved in the Voyager program, I'll have a pint in their honour.
and I'm with O2, if that makes any difference.
I did have one odd problem in that the FM radio app would crash if the Beats headphones were plugged in on initial setup. I tried with a bog standard pair and it worked fine, and it also now works with the Beats. The sound quality seems richer with Beats enabled, but I think you could achieve the same results playing with the EQ settings yourself.
I'm more than happy with the phone in general though, it's quite an upgrade from my old 3GS.
After meeting someone looking for uniform sex, did he say in his best Sweeney voice 'right you slag, you're going down'.
I had a good chuckle at that, I'm waiting for the bait to be taken hook, line, sinker and a copy of the Angling Times.
I tried the current Kindle for the first time a few weeks ago, and I was surprised that I couldn't turn the page by drawing the action on the screen!
Wasn't it Bob Anderson playing Vader when he chucked Palpatine down the shaft...
More like Shit Sandwich.
''Hey baby, I'm attending the Lepton Photon Conference. Wanna see my large hadron between your magnificent bosons?"
This project is tickling parts of me that haven't been tickled since the Byker tickle outbreak of '86.
Well bowled to all involved.
getting worse all the time.
welcome Winslet's wabs in the 3rd dimenson.