re: At least they are making no bones about it.
Well, the occupant is taking it lying down...
171 posts • joined 19 Nov 2010
Well, the occupant is taking it lying down...
Just make sure you purchase a return ticket.
Speaking of gas lines...
Pretty much every time any sewer system repairs are done in my neighborhood, the city manages to break a natural gas line.
They hit the one that feeds several neighbouring blocks, and the flames were a good twenty feet high until the gas company arrived to shut the line.
No injuries or explosions yet.
I'll take jail.
Keep those <blink> tags away from me!
I loved my Playbook too.
I still prefer its UI to Android or iOS, just as I prefer BBOS 10's UI.
How am I supposed to give Kinder eggs to my kids now?
They love those eggs.
Ones and zeros? You were cutting edge!
All I had was zeros.
Userfriendly was/is popular with many people due to its active message board/forum.
I will admit it has been several years since I last visited so I may be wrong and it may have died out.
Here in Montreal, Quebec, I had to wait 20 hours for emergency surgery for a complete bowel obstruction. And I came in by ambulance screaming from pain evey time I was moved even slightly.
They pumped me full of morphine, stuck me on a bed in a hall, and after almost 10 hours they got around to doing an ultrasound to find said obstruction.
I almost died during the surgery too.
The weird part? I still think the public health system did a fair job.
I think it was too late by the time he reached the hot dog vendor, he'd already polluted his body with alcohol.
I often think that engine start/stop systems are another way for manufacturers to make money.
You are adding a lot of wear and tear to your starter, and I'm betting those starters have some fancy doodads that result in a higher replacement cost for the customer.
And how easy they could make it for people to steal the children's data.
Direct from TechData maybe?
Or do they not have an online store for consumers?
I actually got OS/2 Warp 3 to install after a couple of tries and a floppy drive replacement.
I kept it for a couple of days and then went back to Windows because I was a teenager and wanted to play games.
It was a nice OS though.
I'd suggest the use of spiral nails, they should fly a little straighter. :)
And you should be able to use it while horseback riding, wind-surfing, or skydiving.
Have you seen our winter Olympic athletes and their medals? And our hockey players?
Not so sure it's bogus claim. :P
Check out the "Classic", it has a bigger screen than the Q10 and has a real keyboard and the optical trackpad.
That would be the province of Alberta.
Be fair, the Audi was just trying to get closer so it could hit on the soccer mom Lexus.
I will be naming my autonomous car "Christine".
Chips, gravy, and cheese...so a poutine then? :)
Of course poutine requires cheese curds...
Have you ever driven around a track in a Formula 1600 car?
You'll never look at a 1.6L 4 pot the same again.
I think I may have the disease, and I'm not even 40 yet.
Insurance rates are higher for vehicles used for business as it is understood they will be on the road more hours of the day, covering many more miles than a vehicle used solely for commuting.
More hours/miles per day equals higher probability of an accident.
I would imagine that if it is that small it would be pretty easy to fit in most anywhere.
What flavour was the ice cream?
Chunky monkey? Late night snack?
Please don't say Phish Food.
"Kanye West plays with himself.
That's not an instrument.
The skin flute is one of the oldest and most widely played musical instruments."
Ah, but to be properly played as a flute it requires a second party to be involved...
So you mean they need a permissions system like BlackBerry has?
I'm given a list of requested permissions and can choose whether or not to enable them. They advise that certain app features may not work correctly if permissions are disabled, but the app will still launch.
Middle of a meeting someone stands up.
"My phone is dying, I just need to pop off to the loo."
They really need a Canadian bureau, I suggest basing it out of Montreal...
I can offer my cellar as office space...
One night at my parent's country place, when I was much younger, we learned that the old electric blanket was missing some insulation on the wires inside the blanket.
This was discovered when my mother checked on me in the night and felt my skin tingling.
I woke up feeling full of energy. :)
It seems to be common practice here in Canada to have a ground strap bolted to the water supply pipe for the house.
I think I might have two ground straps in my home...
"That was it. I was, and am currently, viewing it on my mobe.
My apologies Ed, I figured the content would be constant across platforms."
What do think this is, Microsoft?
They also have air...I see more lawsuits ahead.
Not bad I guess, but the roadway I take to get to my street is a ~60% grade and gets quite snow covered in the winter here in Montreal.
My little Kia Rio climbs it without too much effort unless the snow is very hard packed with a slushy top layer.
It's more to do with tires and correct use of the throttle.
I was looking for exactly that, then decided to buy a BMW M3 instead.
Next time don't let the robot celebrate his new legs by drinking beer.
Yes it blends, but only with a ninja!
I have a 6th gen 80GB model that is still seeing at least 5 hours of use a day connected by usb to my cat stereo. On battery it still manages ~25 hours of play per charge.
I also have a 6th gen 160GB model that has barely been used, bought it for home use connected to my stereo but almost never turned it on. It's battery still runs almost 30 hours.
I love the Classic, much more than the 4th gen Touch that I was given as a gift.
La Belle Pro chicken poutine with a cold can of Coke* may just have to be put on the back burner for a while so I can try this killer.
* though my family has been in Quebec for at least a couple of centuries, I'm an Anglo so no Poutine and Pepsi for me. :)
Though Unk was a big hit at parties with his collection of shells.
I prefer "Find It A Tow".
He never claimed to be a pedant, he claimed to be a pendant.
Now you know where to find your TP.
If you keep a bog roll in your fridge I definitely won't accept any offers of dinner, no matter the amount of booze you promise.
"I am Cornholio! I need TP for my bung-holio!"
The "e" is silent just like in "shite", just ask the North Americans.
The Rolodex was too pricey to maintain, the databases have now been comitted to memory by the old dude who sits on the curb outside the post office.
We are apparently poor enough that the government of Quebec is contemplating austerity measures which will see us lose some of our social programs. Though we will still be losing a good 1/3 of our salaries to provincial taxes each year.
This despite the CAD $2billion in transfer payments we get each year from the richer provinces.
Of course UK prices are always more than USA prices for American goods, it's expensive to hire people to translate everything to English.