12 posts • joined 21 Jul 2010
Sounds great - but you can only use it to cook Apple approved foods?
“Your name is Windows. Why are you a flag?”
That'll be three million dollars please.
me me me me me me me me me
...oh sorry, I got all worked up about it and spoilt my keyboard
So, you get some info on avoiding rape... but open yourself up to mugging instead. hmmm.
The Police just don't have the knowledge and experience to make decisions like this. Decisions should be made by a court which can ensure proper consultation - it need not be a lengthy process - there are many other decisions which require court approval and procedures are in place to run them through quickly, even out of hours - why can't this be done here?
Anything like this must be transparent and accountable - something that's seen by the authorities as unimportant nowadays.
is that really the price?! seriously!??! wtf!??!??!
Your daughters laptop didn't cost over £2000.... poor comparison.
A really neat idea! Like it...
Don't like the american though - a british company in Korea, narrated by an American - huh!?
It's the magic number
According to this document, looks like it's Three
Clearly you have absolutely no experience of anything remotely close to a large company network. Your grans old PC with a stash of hard disks doesn't make you an experienced network administrator.
Rewards for using the car then?
So this would be technically encouraging us to use the car more... at a time when they are all trying to push us away from it and on to public transport to save the world - or something like that
Looks awesome, but a little pricey to be competing with the established, hassle free, no frills, just works Wii?
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