33 posts • joined 18 Jun 2010
To be fair ...
... The insider just said they 'were putting two and two together', but stopped short of guessing what the correct answer was.
Samsung already do soething along these lines for some of their higher-end models. It's called 'One Connect'. See here ... http://content.hwigroup.net/images/products/xl/197841-14.jpg
... more interested in who's operating the 3 thrusters in the second picture. Jets of salty water, my foot.
Unless you believe in DOS, when time started on 01-Jan-1980.
"Getting things organised between the two devices is the Gear Manager that sorts out sync and the available apps. It'll even help you find your Gear if it's gone astray".
Like if you happen to lose your arm with the Gear on it?
The Size of Our World
For an idea of scale : http://rense.com/general72/size.htm
"It only worked from one direction." ...
Any chance it could work on One Direction? And trap their sound too.
Shurely, with it being Curiousity and all ...
... they should be sending it "Straight back down y'all, straight back down to earth"?
When I was a 'younger' IT bod, WIMPs stood for Windows Icons Mice & Pointers.
Overall, I think I'd rather be hit by the dark matter type.
"... we can't tell you exactly where since our informant "Deep Throat" obliged us to swear a solemn oath of silence ..."
How ironic, given that your informant's pseudonym implies no gagging.
You're actually spot on : The article says '... measures 29mm (1.1 inches) from nose to tail ...', which must make the finger in the pic about 2" wide!
Sure sounds like a request for someone to stick two fingers up at you.
Shurely something like 'Visa-V' would have been a little smarter.
Or is it just me?
Pulled its NoTW advertising?
Big wow ... as NoTW doesn;t exist after this weekend.
... or how they were born.
I'm trying not to think of how messy childbirth would be without gravity.
And this is breaking news?
Viz were fully aware of this truth back in 1992 ...
Not so much a programmer.
More of a 'tag-nut'.
And let's not forget the cretins who pull out of their driveways with little-to-no consideration for the fact that they're crossing a footpath, invariably with no visibility due to the 6ft high hedges surrounding keeping the riff-raff at bay. Sound is quite important.
Oh please ...
... please make that happen the other way around.
... and Sid Meier gets to dust off Colonization ready for a twenty-first century update.
... Health & Safety will put the mockers on that.
The 'flame' will be a piece of shaped silk being blown upwards by a fan, with a yellow LED underneath it (for effect).
An even that will probably fail due to procurement insisting they buy the batteries from Poundland.
... must pay a tithe to Apple.
Or three tithes, to be precise.
... Trojan Whores.
... and they're high-sixing all the way to the bank.
Well, whad'ya expect ...
... if you buy the Tourette's special edition. COCKS!
I'd suggest ...
A Google for Craggy Island.
No adverts, but don't expect any particularly useful results either. ;-)
Pint? ... Oh, go-on, go-on, go-on.
... but not as unparalleled as this ...
10 billion trillion trillion carats, 4000km across ... http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3492919.stm
A stunning idea ... At least until the vicar next pops round and puts his cuppa down on your favourite tug-tv bookmark.
I'm just grateful ...
... that there was no reference to 'stiff opposition'.
Yeah, but ...
... maybe their statistics were significant enough to take notice of.
For fxxxs sake!
What is the plural of Doofus ... Doofi? Doofusses?
I'm so glad I'm not an interectual.
Not totally her fault .... part from being a strumpet.
Nah - She and her husband had separate bills in their own names (and charged separately), but registered at the same address. The husband then asked Rogers to consolidate his bills (land-line & mobile). But Rogers consolidated all phones registered to that address (including hers), irrespective of the fact that her phone was a discrete contract (i.e. in her name, not his).
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