If they ever release a version that doesn't break half my addons, I'll update, until then, versions 3.6 portable and 7.0.1 portable remain on my laptop and desktop.
23 posts • joined 26 Aug 2010
No wonder this makes me feel old, I played it when it was released and I was 51 at the time.
I use pop3, so I don't leave any mail on Google, though whether it is actually destroyed when I delete it is a different matter.
LMFAO at the replies. Much as I love Neil Young, I have to agree with all the negative comments
Wireless has never been turned on, on my Kindle, so Amazon are unable to send me anything The only books on my Kindle are books I have uploaded using the USB connection to my PC. I bought my Kindle to use as *I* want.
You need a phone to say it? Coward! ;)
Love the way you call it a powerplanet so it matches the start of the video.
A friend told me years ago that "they" could hear you over your mobile phone, even when it was switched off. Mind you, he also told me homeless people are living down old mineshafts and that the USA didn't go to the moon, but they do have a base on Mars.
DD Limits Too
There's skint and there's really skint. Really skint is when you can't afford a free lawyer.
I wonder if she's ever stuck her finger in a dyke?
You were lucky! I joined Demon in 1992 and was using a 14k modem that cost 200 quid. I'm happy to get 15mb today, with a router I had given. And I'm only 61!
So, which hand do you wipe your arse with?
<quote>"...but as Vivian Stanshall's Sir Henry Rawlinson once put it: "If I had all the money I'd spent on drink, I'd spend it on drink"."
Being a Merkin I'm not familiar with the author or the character, but Sir Henry sounds like my kind of guy.</quote>
Look for a CD or vinyl called "Sir Henry Of Rawlinson End" by Vivian Stanshall. Just brilliant. It was made into a movie, but I've not seen it, though with Trevor Howard playing Sir Henry, I can imagine it being good..
Pints? My whisky comes in 70cl bottles.
It's more likely to have
a 'Pope Commode' button.
Played it recently on DOS Box
and remembered the first level as though I had played it the day before. No doubt I am far from being the oldest gamer, but I was 41 when Wolfenstein was released, and just yesterday I began replaying Ultima Underworld 1, which was released a couple of months before Wolfenstein. The new 3D look was implemented in both, but the games couldn't have been more different, and whereas I doubt I could play Wolfenstein all the way through again, UU1 has immediately drawn me in. I wish modern games had the same playability instead of just being good looking.
Cue someone rushing to tell me how good <insert game name here> is. :)
I need my PC
to copy recorded gigs to from my obsolete minidisc recorder
Stop their parents benefits
the kid's will soon be home tucked up in bed.
I have half a dozen gmail accounts that are several years old, all accessed by pop3. I've not logged in online since creating them, never mind seen a profile. Didn't even know I had one, or six. Never had a passport or driving licence, well, not for four wheels, but I got a bus pass last year, will that do? Where's the "fuck 'em" icon?
I've always been more concerned about minimum penalties, 'cause that's what I always got. For speeding, I hasten to add, not perjury. (Three times in 45 years. Nothing to brag about, but for a lifelong biker, not too shabby either.)
What's FIFA? And will I ever care?
"Vinyl records have a habit of melting"... Where do you keep yours then?"
I left Zappa's 200 Motel's beside the oven in a pub in 1971. It melted. Best thing that could have happened to it