13 posts • joined Tuesday 22nd June 2010 09:31 GMT
Re: Its turned into
FrankAlphaXII - could I suggest the Daily Mail Online - it seems like your natural home (they hate Uzbekistani goths)
Re: And we pay our license fee because?
Stumpy - don't let the facts get in the way of a good rant. Or you could get a grip yourself.
Re: Andrew - you are wrong.
That's fine Skelband, as long as children divide easily into your nice, simple categories.
Academics over here please, labourers over there through the door marked Epsilon Semi-Moron
Upvote this comment +10.
Every time I see this being used on The Reg it pisses me off. Perhaps the sub-editors (assuming they exist) could sometimes use some alternative words that are also used to describe domestic violence.
Or should that be...
...he's right, isn't he?
Bit of a cliche
Although we are really talking about long term forecasting, it seems like a few people can't resist the opportunity to trot out some old cliches about the Met Office never getting short term forecasts right.
It seems to me that short term forecasts (2-3 days) are very accurate these days (compared with a few years ago). The other day we had a clear blue sky in the morning. The forecast said that there would be a short shower at 7pm, and there was. I think that is almost a form of magic.
Is cynicism compulsory on this site?
That was a comment lacking in class. Can I give 10 thumbs down?
Don't be stupid....
We're not that backwards.
We were worried that taking a picture would steal our souls.
Although it only happens as a result of a separate research project being included in the codebase in error.
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