"Come and see my 10" I've been keeping it out of the light"
So nobody's seen it in seven years? No wonder it's so pale.
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So nobody's seen it in seven years? No wonder it's so pale.
Album's out and the songs are lame
All of them sounding just the same
Gwyneth Paltrow sucked my dick
But I still whine till it makes you sick
Singing "Nyeeerrrrrr .... waaahhhhh"
(Continue for 500,000 more sales)
The IT angle? You can't spell "SHIT" without "IT".
Which is another reason why Indy is important in the movie.
On the other hand, it hardly needed a huge long discussion to determine that The Big Bang Theory is unfunny moronic shit that grossly misrepresents every aspect of the subject and people it depicts. For that it gets the nuclear blast icon, from which it shall not receive even the dubious protection of Dr Jones' refrigerator.
And she'd no doubt get her just desserts.
I don't like that recipe. As they say in Italy: needs more-a salt.
(Yes, yes, that one was even worse.)
If that's a euphemism for masturbation, you will be of great interest to medical science. Either they'll want to find out why you're not made as most men, or they'll want to find out how someone can type coherent sentences while being unable to count to two.
I must be missing something here. Nobody I know writes down emojis, so surely anyone seeing four of them on a Post-It would immediately know it was a password?
Though he did famously tell Peter Jackson on the set of Lord of the Rings that "that's not how you stab someone".
One interesting fact is that Lee worked with Ian Fleming in the SOE. It's believed in some parts that Lee was part of the inspiration for James Bond: a man capable both of performing commando raids and moving in the upper echelons of society without looking out of place.
Sir Christopher Lee. Movie star, stabber of Nazis and heavy metal god. Ave atque vale.
Don't forget there's also a 55" version. Useful for the people who are interested in the Surface Wall but would prefer a device that will fit in their pocket.
(What? If you can spend $7000 on a tablet you must have extremely deep pockets.)
All those Floyd puns and you couldn't come up with "up against The Wall"?
He probably wants to have sex with it.
Nah. Dude may have fished, but he was fly.
Without that particular feature the wrist action of the title is unlikely to happen, no?
Regarding the above "fail at science" comment: it was an error made while typing in haste. Of course it is the Y chromosome that induces male characteristics. Still, it's a mistake anyone could make - X is the one with the extra leg, after all.
The default template for the sensitive bit between your legs is the clitoris; it's the X chromosome that carries the "corrupted data" that modifies a clitoris into a penis. So technically, it's both a feature and a bug.
Actually there's no reason not to. According to the blurb, Win10 will download automatically when it's released (3GB) but will not automatically install. So, you can grab your free OS in case MS close off downloads before SP1 is released.
Check your taskbar. I got a notification asking me to pre-register for free upgrade this morning.
Well, at least there's one small advantage to having a lawyer on amphetamines...
I assume you mean the Hurricanes? UKIP will want to send the Eurofighters back where they came from.
I think the solution is letting coppers moonlight as sex workers. Then wealthy men won't have to worry about being fatally fixed by their companion for the weekend, because they'll have a police escort.
Well, I'm sure car thieves will be reassured to know that they're not illegally jamming the locks.
It's not a typo, it's your lack of grammar. Pterry's popularity is not in the past tense. Sadly, the man himself is. The GNU is just the technical equivalent of a man not being truly dead so long as he is remembered.
Which reminds me of the old Rowan Atkinson piece:
"Gone, but not forgotten. It could be worse. You could be gone and forgotten. Worse still, you could be forgotten and NOT DEAD."
Maybe it's a speed run?
Sorry, you lose - it was Colonel Mustard in the Command Centre with the BFG-9000.
(Which joke makes me wish for a moment that there was a Doom-themed Cluedo.)
Evidently not, because it's IDDQD and you were replying to a post with it in.
It's called Fury Road, not Tory Road.
It amazes me that scientists and engineers have not yet hit upon the wizard wheeze of setting their discoveries and inventions to music. Kleinfeld's Symphony No.1 (A Method For Destroying Melanoma Through Non-Aggressive Microwave Radiation Therapy) would be a big hit I'm sure.
... astroerotic asphyxiation.
<puts on sunglasses>
That must have been an interesting conversation.
"Drive! Or I'll spray myself in the face again!"
"No! No! I'll do it!"
My group meets in the pub, so we get the best of both worlds - assuming we don't run into any idiots like you, that is.
I'm not really a fan of the games on this list. Game of Thrones strictly needs six, BSG takes way too long for what it is, Saboteur is plain dull and anyone who recommends Munchkin to anyone ought to be shot. My go-to list is:
Kemet - an area control game with all the viciousness of GOT in less than half the time, and it scales. Viticulture - a worker placement game about running a vineyard in Italy. Very smooth, easy for beginners to pick up despite having a fair few elements.
One Night Ultimate Werewolf - a social traitor game that plays in 15 minutes.
Hyperborea - a 4X game where you build an engine by buying cubes that let you perform different actions, angling towards three different victory conditions.
I don't think you've correctly defined the problem here. If they're all to be first against the wall, we have to execute them in parallel. Executing them in series would lead to only as many as fit the bus width being first against the wall.
This sort of thinking is why the revolution will never come. We're adding people to the list of those who will be first against the wall faster than we can extend it.
Good grief, I thought it was a self-referential joke and the band was called One Dimension.
Dredd has sentenced many people to death. Judge Death's line is specifically "The crime isss life.... the ssssentence isss DEATH!"
tl;dr - grexnix.
It wasn't me, but it could be a reaction to overuse. In Pratchett fandom there's a long standing tradition at meets of making people kick 20p into the beer fund if they quote Monty Python for just this reason. And it's justified; I remember a long signing queue where of course the rule wasn't applied, and by the time we got to the front there had been an almost complete recitation of Life of Brian.
For exactly how long can Apple blame Jobs for every shitty thing they do? Probably forever, I suppose - I'm told he believed in reincarnation. As soon as he popped his clogs Apple execs were likely out there looking for a child born at the same moment, like the Dalai Lama.
Perhaps we should get it all out of the way at once and hold a Cadaver Synod. Dig up Jobs's body, try him for everything all at once, cut off his swiping fingers and throw the rest in the river. Then we can all get on with our lives and actually blame the corporation for the reprehensible things it does.
But you acknowledge that management aren't users, at least.
Out of curiosity: is there anything preventing spammers linking the same stolen credit card to 100 accounts, triggering them all at once with $500 of purchases across the accounts, then engaging in a blitz?
Nah, they'll just be first out the door. Hopefully they will enjoy their trip through it.
I don't know. I missed my appointment because I didn't have a watch.
Stalin would not have been a fan of the iPhone, because it is not a phone for the proletariat. This is why he invaded Finland - to take over Nokia. Torquemada wouldn't have liked it either, as Steve Jobs was openly non-Christian and his devices must therefore be Satan's work..
Hitler would have loved it, though. It has a Blitz socket, the battery will last 1000 minutes (under regular use), and it even has restriction of user freedom and all software for it must be authorised for release by Das Apfelreich. Truly, the master phone for the master race!
It hasn't been the watch pocket since the invention of the iPhone meant you didn't want to wear a watch any more - or, if you're not an Apple cultist, since the wristwatch rendered the pocket watch obsolete. So now it's the condom pocket. It's always been the right size to hold something you don't need if you have an iPhone, though.
If your bacon is light on one side and dark on the other, you're cooking it wrong.
A complete aside, but that really is an ugly acronym. I've always preferred PICNIC: "Problem In Chair, Not In [Code/Computer]". Not only does it sound nicer, you can easily slip it into conversation with the end user - usually a management type doing a corporate feasibility study for the Peter Principle - and damn them to their face. "My works laptop broke after I turned off the company firewall so I could visit my porn sites, can you fix it?" "No worries, it'll be a PICNIC".
it was, but the GNU code wasn't the hack. The group took its name from the code used to transmit the names of dead operators because they were inspired to form by the clacks company seemingly not caring about the operators any more.
(Thank you to the second person who upvoted my previous post, by the way - that was my 3000th upvote. :D)
Because of context. In the books, the clacks is basically a semaphore-based version of the telegraph network and the cost of sending a message is based on how many towers it has to pass through. The amount of money each regional clacks office needs to earn to be worth running is reckonable by the number of messages that have passed through it. The N code is added to messages that are not to be logged, and hence not included in the financial calculations.
In short: adding the N means you don't care how much the message costs.
It is important in data collection to keep everything correctly filed. The US government are merely following proper data management procedures by putting all their mistakes in a single database.
I thought she was talking about the supervillains.
They're not rumours. Pterry announced three years ago that he was leaving the reins to her. However, she doesn't feel that she could do his work justice in the form of novels and will be restricting herself to Discworld projects In other media: scripts for the Watch TV series and a Wee Free Men movie are in development.
(Given her background in computer games ... how about a Discworld MMO?)
I don't know - Google said "Don't be evil", but they never mentioned anything about "Don't be a fucking idiot".
And if Oettinger has been critical of Google, who's going to listen to him now?