But how do we know that they weren't developers who just like to dress as "sexy" dancers?
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But how do we know that they weren't developers who just like to dress as "sexy" dancers?
That's because the BBC was forced to have a policy of having a certain percentage of it's output made by external production companies. The BBC could easily make them themselves, but this way it gives an illusion of how "superior" private production companies are.
Thank you for your input Mr Ackbar.
$17,000 sounds like a lot, but isn't that roughly the amount that US hospitals charge for something relatively simple like fixing a broken leg?
Sadly a lot people in seniors positions have got there due to their (over) confidence and their bullshitting skills rather than any useful talents.
"The problem was that none of the secret bunkers were really all that secret, so they might as well have had giant bullseyes painted on them."
Especially the former one at Hack Green which is marked as Secret Nuclear Bunker on OS maps!
While I have become a Linux Mint fanatic for everyday use, I must admit that Windows is still the king when it comes to PC gaming, especially if you want to play the AAA titles. And to be honest I don't think that the Steam OS will change that situation much either.
And the Stormtrooper's guns actually fired blanks in the film and you hear one that wasn't overdubbed in the scene were Luke is trying to cross the Death Star chasm.
Well at the minute the terrorists are winning with the help of our porous borders that the likes of Merkel are such fans of.
"And Ensign Ro."
The question that the authorities should have been asking themselves is why would IS want to blow up an Intel fab plant? Does it really fit in with their modus operandi?
"A couple of its shooting sections, for example, go on for an inordinate amount of time. But my larger irritation is with repetitive hand-to-hand brawls that require the same sequence of button presses to complete every time."
Although I quite enjoy playing the Uncharted games I think you've summed up perfectly my two big issues with them. If I wanted long gun battles I'd play Call Of Duty or some other FPS. What's the point of creating beautiful scenery if you are too busy fighting off an endless of procession of bad guys to be enable to appreciate it? And I've never even completed the first Uncharted because I just got so sick of that last QT fight against the big boss.
There's some 8' long catfish in the cooling ponds near the reactor apparently.
There was a feature about Chernobyl on C4 News months ago and they interviewed this stereotypical old Russian woman who was living in the contaminated zone for years without any health issues. You can watch it on Youtube.
But presumably part of the reason why they have had to carry out these cost cutting exercises is because their revenue from job ads & other classifieds has collapsed by such a significant amount. I remember when there would be about five or six job pages each day in my local evening paper whereas now there is usually about one to two on a good day.
I seem to remember there being a recent article on The Reg about budget laptops and by budget they meant a mere £400-£600!
I've had a number of Huawei phones and FB and Twitter have been removable on all of them.
Indeed, I was getting quite excited about this product until I saw the price!
Perhaps the reason for the lack of ethnic minorities at Intel is ironically because they don't like coconut? How about offering them Snickers Duo or Mars Duo instead?
Hands up all of those who only clicked on the article because of the picture...
" it would appear Apple are the only one pricing their products at a realistic level. "
Err, no they just have a huge profit margin compared to the small profit margin of other manufacturers.
Do not put anything in this Cloud thing unless you want the whole world to see/listen to it. It might be the latest thing which some will have you believe will lead to a cure for cancer or create world peace, but it's just a load of over hyped insecure nonsense.
P.S. Thanks for all the nude pics.
Are you sure that Pluto isn't just going through The Change now that it's 13 billion years old? Next it will refuse to come out of it's orbit and will be surrounding itself in black clouds.
"The *really* amusing thing is that the campaigns for Foxconn to raise the wages of its Chinese workers may actually have had an effect. But not the one the rich westerners pushing for those pay rises might have had in mind."
You do realise that one of the reasons why the wages have gone up is that China is running out of people from farming/poor regions to do the work, so the Chinese aren't losing jobs it's just that there aren't enough people who can or want to do jobs like this any more.
Google Music often have good deals on older albums with many being available for £2 or less, although it's usually pretty mainstream stuff.
Just walk away (from Intel) Renee.
But don't forget that bus services in London weren't privatized, as we couldn't have the government having to deal with the chaos that they created on their doorstep.
"The Water industry (to take an example) had a pending programme of major infrastructure renewal that HMG Just couldn't fund in a million years. Privatisation put that risk onto the new owners."
Who then got their customers to fund the infrastructure improvements.
"Can you go into PC-World (shudder) and buy a PC without Windows?"
Why would anyone who wants a PC without Windows want to go to PC World in the first place? It's a piece of piss to buy a PC without an OS these days, just because the big boys don't sell them it doesn't mean that there aren't loads of places that do like Ebuyer, CCL, Novatech, Scan etc.
For that kind of money he could have bought his girlfriend a very nice engagement ring...... oh, right.
Although it's not that well known in the wider computing world, Cray engineers discovered that a vinyl cushion will increase CPU frequency by at least 5%.
My parents bought me one of the Native American figures in the mid 70s, but I never realised that it was one of the first models that they released.
I've always had a fascination with the special conversion Landy's ever since I got my hands on LR catalogue in the 80's that featured some of them. I especially like the fire engine conversions and was looking at a webpage of pictures of them a few weeks ago which included a 6 wheel version!
"Adverts. The ability to fast forward through them."
Indeed. I missed the last few minutes of a show which I was watching live on E4 so I had to use the 4OD app and I had to watch about twenty adverts all in one go just to watch the last few minutes of the show.
Am I the only one who thought that this article was going to be about the record company?
I do find it unbelievable that the BBC has to pay £10 million a year to Sky just so they can broadcast their output on satellite TV
"Then the money will start rolling in, just ask Google."
At least until those piano playing cats remove their art from their video service
The Great Train Robbers "hacked" some train signals over fifty years ago so it's nothing new.
"Google Concrete Crusher."
Wow, those Mount View boys are really diversifying these days aren't they?
"whilst with the conservatives we have Ian Livingston (former MD at BT) being given a peerage and a position as unelected trade minister in government."
To accept peerage turn to page 38 to reject peerage turn to page 109.
(Yes, I know)
If you want to connect an old turntable to a PC you can buy DJ mixers which have a USB output such as the Numark M101 USB Mixer which at £80 is much cheaper than the Pro-Ject Phono Box USB V that you mentioned.
"I can't imagine why anyone thought putting it on a channel half the country don't get was a clever idea!"
HBO did an exclusive deal with Sky a few years ago, so they are the ones to blame.
Can I be the first to welcome our huge mutant falcon overlords.
"But Chappie isn’t a sermon "
Is that a first for a Neil Blomkamp film?
But which class of ship do the telephone sanitizers travel in?
"Whatever damage the species Homo Sapiens may inflict on the planet we will never be able to create as hostile and dangerous an environment as space or the other planets in the solar system."
Exactly! It never ceases to amaze me how supposedly intelligent people come up this idea that it would be easier to live in a space station or another planet compared to living on earth. Even a climate change/nuclear war ravaged earth would be easier and cheaper to live on than a space station or another planet.
" human passion for things that go boom and blow other humans into bite sized chunks"
Which was the exact reason why the NASA budget was "4.41% of the total government spend" in 1966. We choose to go to the Moon, not because it's easy, but because we want to get there before those damn Ruskies.
Yeah, when he mentioned the invasion of Iraq and ISIS in the same sentence I did wonder if he realised that the two things were connected? (Answer: probably not)
You obviously don't remember some of the ties and shirts that the OU lecturers used to wear back in the day!
What do you mean? That episode with "comedian" Alan Davies was filled with hardcore science!