29 posts • joined Thursday 5th August 2010 12:04 GMT
Seriously? Just go out for a run at lunchtime. Far more effective and less disruptive on everyone's work. Plus the fresh air and change of scene will do you good.
Re: Many years ago I found my self in the Midlands town of Leicester outside a police station
Whereas, the Vale of Belvoir (in Nottinghamshire/Leicestershire) is actually pronounced beaver!
Chris O'Dowd...is now a bona fide Hollywood star?
But has he actually done anything good? Given the number of people from over here, performing over there, as one of them, his has to be the worst accent.
Even over here he's rubbish e.g. Moone Boy, although that might have more to do with Sky than O'Dowd.
It's been down hill since The I.T. Crowd as far as I'm concerned.
And what is the name of the timepiece itself?
Re: The kids won't use it??? WTF
"Also, you need to get your loyalty card out when at the till (or so they want) so you'll be in your wallet purse anyway."
Not necessarily. Tesco's do a loyalty card app where the barcode is displayed on the screen for scanning.
Re: Why does it have to be in a phone?
I'm incredibly jealous...
and to prove it I have two words to say after watching the demonstration video on the website:
"inundayded" and "cudding" :-P
Re: You lost me at...
> Seriously? I have never been on a date where the lady brought along a friend.
Like on The Undateables, when a chaperone goes along with them...
I, for one,
welcome our new Zombie overlords
I don't want to seem ungrateful but...
the picture is "wonky" and it aggravates my OCD.
Re: Password protect it and you don't get it back.
You stuck a label with your mobile phone number....on the back of your mobile?
They really should...lock that rooftop door
It looks like he's got the earpiece cradled towards the crook (and conversely the microphone towards the "wrist") so even if he could comfortably raise his left forearm to his right ear, the phone would be "upside down". Unless he just cradled it that way for the pictures. Is the form factor symetric?
Menial? More like manual!
Sometimes skydivers land off of the intended area and a phone is handy to arrange a pick up or help in the unlikely event of injury. He was probably playing Angry Birds on the way up. Or texting. Skydiving aircraft are generally a little less sophisticated than commercial jets so having a phone on is not so much of an issue. Also probably too lazy to switch it off/to aircraft mode each time.
I was supposed to be able to get it 31st March, then that was pushed back to 31st July. I've just checked again and it's been pushed back to 31st September. Hmm, wonder how much faith I have in that!
T-Mobile also for the ChaCha
From the Bonhams pages,
"Operational apparatus including:
A Domino 625/405-line standards convertor;
A Home-made modulator with leads, contained within metal OXO tin chassis;
A modern Freeview set-top box;
And a small quantity of valves and some components, mostly boxed, but limited use for this set."
1936 RTFM equivalent
From the manual:
"A few minutes devoted to careful study of these instructions before an attempt is made to operate the instrument will be amply repaid by the consequent ease of adjustment."
The Google cache version lists JungleCreative as the developers of the website. JungleCreative's website says Ray Nimmo is the guy behind it. Might be worth contacting him :-) (He's getting his coat)
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