I'd rather die happy with a younger woman in my arms. Each to their own.
1298 posts • joined 27 Apr 2010
I'd rather die happy with a younger woman in my arms. Each to their own.
How many jiggawatts does his kettle need?
Are you some kind of lightweight?
Probably because Sky own all the rights to all of the Sport and Films, and then charge you for the privilege of letting them beam adverts into your home (ie. stuff you want, but don't want to pay for), whilst Desmond's 5 owns the rights to, umm, CSI and, er, Robson Greene's fishing rod, and doesn't charge you to watch (ie. stuff you don't want, but watch because you don't have to pay). All this makes Desmond seem positively benevolent, when compared with Murdoch.
Sounds pretty unpleasant, to me.
It's more like letting outside companies in to run the rides, but continuing to maintain the amusement park and selling hot-dogs (etc.) to the punters, which they can then take on the rides vomit down their fronts. Yeah, this analogy fell apart pretty fast.
Red rag to a bull, was my first thought.
but couldn't disagree more about browsing on Amazon: with a decent sized, real bookshop, I used to love to wander in, either with or without an idea of what I wanted, mooch about, look over a few books, and either come out with something familiar, or a complete surprise. Online just doesn't work this way, as you need to know what you want before you start, and is thus a much less enjoyable experience (even if it is more efficient!).
Or, this just proves that people will throw money at anything, if it says Star Wars on it. George Lucas has known this for a long time.
The company have clearly found a way to make him go away. Good for them.
and it never did us any harm.
That said, all my money is tied up in the Cayman Islands, and I've been on the run for the last 15 years...
Big Data must care, or why else would they be harvesting all this data?
I wasn't before, but maybe I've been neglecting them?
Can I upvote all of your post, but make an exception for the part where you advocate hanging people?
Hmm, I was going for "against capital punishment," but have managed "paedo-sympathiser," instead.
That's a very disturbing quote, as it seems to require the accused to prove a negative (that the file in question was sent "without any prior request"), which is impossible.
looks just any mobile phone shop, yet I've never been in one and wondered where the Genius Bar(tm) was.
What a load of wank.
I want to upvote you more than once.
to include something like "this product will not protect your PC from malicious code". Most AV vendors claim the opposite, so it'd be refreshingly honest of them, at least.
Yeah, how dare they be less than enthused?
I always found HMV shop staff to be helpful and enthusiastic, if a little odd looking (when I worked in retail, turning up with a bad dye-job got me sent home!).
I had a little chuckle at that, too.
I feel for anyone who is losing their job, but HMV was crap*, and should have gone/changed a long time ago.
*I doubt any of this is the fault of those being fired.
I'd think that Apple getting the Rusty Dodo was pure flamebait for the Forums.
I want one, now! Why aren't Nintendo selling the console like this? Backward compatibility is a plus (despite what Sony seem to think), and helping the little one to play Mario is a brilliant idea.
I've had to downvote this, but only because you described the Wiimote as a "decent pointing device" - it really isn't: any game that involves pointing the Wiimote at the screen is about as rewarding as playing pin the tail on the donkey.
but I don't really see a compelling reason to replace my existing Wii, so I'd expect the Wii-U sales to be rather sluggish (not seen much marketing, either).
Other than that, I agree wholeheartedly - netbooks were a good thing, and I don't really want to see them go.
Pretty sure that the apple growers wouldn't be able to move all their apples to Switzerland (or wherever it is that facebook chooses to do business from) before selling them.
Besides which, wages (and Income Tax) would constitute collecting revenue on picking the apples.
Turns out it was sweaty handed bankers. Who knew?
I get my landline and broadband from BT, so this ought to be quite a useful service when combined with the free WiFi that I get bundled in with the other services. If not (and I've yet to even setup the WiFi access), well, I've not lost anything, have I?
convince people that they need to buy your expensive gadget to acomplish what anyone with access to a couple of willing bodies can acomplish for free.
Would anyone be interested in this bottle of snake oil?
Tell me you didn't just mix Trek and Wars?
You did? Oh man...
I'll post them over, if you like!
I could never really come up with an answer to "Why don't they send it as a Word document? Everyone has Word!" Other than the fact the "everyone" had a pirate copy of Word.
I hope it comes with Beats Audio.
So, happy to watch BBC content, but resent paying for it? Did the reg commentards come up with the term "freetard" just for you?
You forgot to blame Labour for the increase in living costs/wage stagnation.
to the witty vandalism that I so fondly remember from my youth?
No they're not, they're a device for telling the time (and gradually falling out of favour, to be replaced by the ubiquitous mobile phone).
Would anyone who agrees with the statement that the watch "epitomizes prestige and is seen as an extension of the user’s personality and lifestyle/fashion sophistication" kindly step into the nearest meat grinder? Anyone who views their phone/car/TV/house/wife the same way, can form an orderly queue behind them.
But people who regularly wear a suit to the office? They're generally untrustworthy wankers, in my opinion, probably more concerned with outward appearance, rather than what is actually going on. A shirt and a tie should suffice.
When the battery began running low, I simply re-attached it to the keyboard base - which contains its own battery - and continued working.
To be fair, Diet Coke is nicer tasting than regular Coke, owing to it being sweeter (I think this is the same reason that the Pepsi Challenge always resulted in the participants preferring Pepsi over Coke*).
I shan't be defending the OPs stance on tea/coffee, however.
*only true in small quantities, all types of cola taste pretty rough after you've had a cupful.
If you find coffee to be too bitter, you should try a cup of Kopi Luwak, as it's not bitter in the slightest, yet still tastes like coffee.
I have a full time job and three children so, at the end of any day, I'll take whatever I can get - be it coffee, wine, or sex - and the quality is not always my top concern!
Close enough, byt "even instant coffee is preferable to bad tea" was what I was going for.
A quick test for everyone: next time you're near a hot drinks machine, get a cup each of tea and coffee from it - both will be awful, naturally, but only one will taste like it's actively trying to ruin your day.
I'll drink to that, jake! I'm still not measuring the capacity of my mug, though.
but I can't use your idea, owing to the fact that I'm scrupulously honest.
BTW, it's not a real pint - sorry.
or free as in "give us all your personal details, so that we might pass them on to all of our advertising partners"?
I have a rice cooker at home and, whilst it's certainly no quicker than using the hob, the results are better - no more stodgy, overcooked rice, no pan boiling over, pre-marked lines so I don't need to measure the water, and no need for a timer.
Don't give the machine a reason to hate us!