583 posts • joined Monday 5th July 2010 15:07 GMT
Re: Re: Recruit new Playmonaut
If he weighs 10 grammes or less, you can
Re: Re: Why not use Hydrogen?
The princess of Helium is indeed my kind of girl.
Re: Did you just put the mockers on LOHAN?
We'll be fine. What could possibly go wrong with such a simple mission?
Re: Re: Why not use Hydrogen?
Actually, we've been using hydrogen for SPEARS, since it's Dave Akerman's lifting gas of choice. The jury's still out on the gas for the big event, but I favour helium.
I suspect it'll be equally explosive.
Re: So basically everything?
We do have a heck of a lot of work to do. Alejandro is the telescope chap. We'll see if he's available...
Re: Re: Thumbs up for accurate reporting
Indeed. Next week, I'll be bringing you the winning Euromillions lottery numbers for the next five years.
Re: Thumbs up for accurate reporting
Thanks - I accept your kind offer of a pint. We do try and check stuff, then check it again. And if an error does slip through the net, you lot let us know quickly enough ;-)
Re: Re: Can't wait...
Yup, the hybrid motor uses a Cosworth CA2010 F1 engine for the HTP oxidiser.
Re: Interface (Verb)
That's one interpretation, yes.
I reckon a chainsaw would be better.
Re: Re: That well
I do hope so. Time to stick a bucket in and see what's what...
Re: That well
What's the 2 metres of liquid in the bottom then? Please enlighten me.
Yes, take two, and a large brandy.
Re: Woah there
Bloody hell. The only things the dogs don't have are a sofa and a plasma telly.
Jesus. I hadn't thought of that. I'll get straight on the case.
Re: Much Better
I'm delighted to get your seal of approval. The brickwork was always meant for rendering, so it's not so important how it looks.
It depends. Just how much safety gear was involved?
Re: James Cameron?
Just a coincidence - luckily for Cameron the celluloid botherer, because we may well have thrown him overboard in the name of all those film lovers who sat through Titanic.
Re: wider impact
Hello mate - welcome to El Reg.
Re: Re: Bar humbug
Yes, it would be rather churlish.
Re: I get the idea. Despite the debate
It is indeed a lovely day. Beer tomorrow outside in the sun, methinks.
Re: Well done mate
It's strictly Mahou or Heineken hereabouts.
Re: Bar humbug
No doubt you're making yourself available for this onerous task?
Sigh. If I were truly nasty and mean-spirited, I'd delete your post and every other similar musing. As is it, I'm normally only moderately nasty and mean-spirited, but five days reduced rations has made me a tad less inclined to brush off abuse.
Re: Re: not nice
It's not about asserting authority - it's about defending ourselves against abuse. If you're going to give it out, there's always the chance you'll get it back, in spades.
It's too easy to gob off on the internet. YouTube is the proof of that. If you mess with Vulture Central, you might get slapped. It has always been thus.
Re: Just had a thought
I did consider weighing myself, but didn't get round to it. Energy levels holding up - there'll be an update later, so watch this space.
"The challenge isn't about experiencing poverty but surely highlighting poverty whilst earning money through sponsorship."
Exactly. And you're right - I'm afraid I can't lend you a few quid, sorry.
Re: Re: not nice
He does have a right to reply, right here, assuming he's not going to spout insults.
Yeah, the developing world's full of libraries with free internet access. You don't know if I've ever been poor or not, but hey, feel free to assume...
Re: Was:To be fair, Lester ...
Re: not nice
Yes, it is.
Re: How about that other Amanita...
Plenty of those around here, but only in autumn...
Yes, excellent work by all concerned. Award yourselves beer, and I'll join you on Saturday.
Re: Out of curiosity ...
Yes, you can bulk-buy in advance, and then take stuff out of that on a pro-rata basis.
Re: Situation normal
I hear you.
Re: Outside the brief?
You forgot drug trafficking
Re: Is this an annual event?
It is annual. Give it a go...
Re: Re: Fauna?
IT? What's that?
Re: Re: Alcohol withdrawal?
Indeed, and I do have a willow on my property.
Re: Re: Milk in "risotto"?
And where do these "soy sauce and fresh herbs" you speak of come from?
Re: destroying angel
I gather the problem is no one's ever lived long enough to pass an opinion. Having said that, I suppose it must be somewhat palatable, otherwise victims wouldn't have scoffed entire destroying angels in the first place.
Re: Milk in "risotto"?
Ah well, I'll have two surplus eggs on Friday for some egg fried rice, so I hope you find that more appetising.
Re: Grow your own
It would. I have fruit trees, so if the challenge were in August or September, I'd be laughing.
Exactly. I've got three cuppas left for the whole day, and it's not even lunchtime.
Re: Shrunken buttocks
Thanks for the heads-up. That's a new one on me, for sure...
Re: Re: The solution to your chickpea problem
No - I never use salt. Local wisdom confirms that any salt does indeed go in after the soak.
Re: Re: What did you fry the eggs in?
I like the look of those, especially the ones you can use on induction hobs
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