125 posts • joined 2 Dec 2010
and christ help you if you disturb Hauraki's taniwha.
Re: The sweet irony is...
really there is only one "eye' and that eye has four poodles who know who doles out the tucker.
Re: The queues will get horrendous
And frankly its just made terrorism easier as they don't even need to get on the plane to have the same effect. Half a dozen deluded halfwits setting off suicide vest at the same time in the lines for security at different airports would have the same effect ie air travel being effectively shut down.
'users switched to a backup facility in the city of Hamilton."
NOOOOO, NOT THE HAMILTON FACILITY, WE'D RATHER RATHER THE RISK OF BEING BOTNETTED.
Re: Not just "dissidents," but religious minorities ...
"The political standoff between the US and Russia over the latter's antics in Ukraine..."
There is probably plenty of murky hanky panky by all sides in that region. at the moment
yet their website says nothing about this change and still promotes their products as the only thing you need.
WOE TO THEEE, COMPUTERS WILL DESTROY YOU ALL TE HEHEHEHE" (Stephen attempts to thump synthesized voice box for not sounding evil enough, fails, rolls out in disgust.
While religion is not entirely necessary to begin chopping people into little bloody bits, (although it has been know to assist ) a State of some sort definitely is essential.
Re: Golden ear set again
down vote for the dbstep, upvote for the QOTSA ;)
Re: @Trevor_Pott: What have you been smoking?
trev, you don't know what a monopoly is do you? its regulation in favour of a firm or a number of firms,
social democracy is merely 50%+1 might is right. how does social democracy restain monopoly ? it can't because it hates heresy or choices. How does it drive margins down? by limiting choice and veriation, if the customer is allowed it at all.
Globalization, zero regulation by the state are postive boon IMHO and the last is problem caused by the state's monopoly over money and the financiers utilizing that monopoly to their own advantage.
Unfortunately for you, Somalia did do better as an anarchist region (obviously not first world better but of comparable nations) until the US backed Ethiopian Invasion of 2007 which prompted the El Shabab people to unhelpfully take up the standard of errm 'defenders of the people'.
Re: Curiosity kills the KitKat.
Re: The Mossie
the Germans did have bunch of cheap tanks at the start of the war mark 1 and 2 and even the 3s which were completely useless at the start of the war.
Re: The Mossie
Amazingly and fortunately, navigating the Nazi military/industrial complex was infinitely worse than the Western Allies's version.
It would certainly be appreciated by African insects.
Re: Shoddy work
still other politicians would exploit it but would leave evidence on a blue dress.
Re: The Broadcasters next move will be...
the broadcasters don't have money for that.
"..undeniably beautiful, but also freezing cold, windswept and isolated....."
Hence the mournful shaggy highland cattle pictures on tins of shortbread biscuits.
Its all very well offering me ads for stuff i might want to buy but unfortunately for the advertisers i've already bought the thing
thebox (sigh) and before that UKnova.......
the dark arts of power management?
isn't that not having a big extremely pixelated screen, the HTC desire i had would last about a day with mostly everything running (except gps, that didn't work on that phone) and and that had a 4.2 inch screen and only a 1230 mah battery. talk time hmmph better measure is how many movies it will play before dying.
Re: Independant Scotland outside the EU... ha ha ha
Why is Spain held to be indivisible? Just because two nobs merged their family 'firms' centuries ago. doesn't mean the descendants of the subjects of the king and queen of Castile and Aragon must be held by that.
and as for Border stuff, just don't bother, let people come and go as they like the way they do now.
I 'm going to make a simple suggestion. Don't have a spooks nest, taxmen or a dole office.
RTM? Responding to moaning, perhaps?
Re: No wonder
You might be the person to ask. I once read that English would be 'better' if written in Cyrillic rather in Latin.
*I leave it as an exercise for you, dear reader, to decide which is a worse disadvantage. Having no broadband, or being Scottish...
and your data plan.
but on another note some pedantically, its not a 'wireless' thing, its a cable with an plug that charges inductively rather than inserting into a female socket (stop giggling in the back.)
after spending some time with it, i'm still not happy with the interface which as many have said is shit but the worst thing for me is the MS store which has bugger all apps in it compared to Ios and android and at ludicrous prices, Paying for the facebook and youtube app? piss off.
Same except i had a 4 year old to slide in an slightly open window, something your average burglar is not likely to have. (the whining doesn't stop)
Re: No great surprise...
thats an unbeliveable statement to make. At the time 06-07 in Baghdad, there were something like 3000 bodies turning up a month with many extra holes in them and you can't quite figure out why they are walking around with AKs' and RPGs.
Re: It's curtains for you...
well Winston would be in the best place to know about the Iron Curtain, as he played a part in creating it.
Re: Quash it, don't pardon it
Not at all. in the famous, in New Zealand, case of Arthur Allan Thomas, he was pardoned after it was made abundantly clear the police had fitted him up. Its an apology by the state as in ' I beg your pardon, sorry for detaining you' which is why it's so difficult to get one out of the government.
In this example, the crown could reopen the case, find parts of Turings statement inadmissable as evidence overturning the case.
A moon park for the moon bats
Maybe the Congress could make national parks of other pieces of junk that the US has abandoned in slightly more accessible places, for example.
maybe other contributors can suggest more.
Re: Ive read the US constitution
It was a living document in that you were able to have meeting about changing it, hard but not impossible. not twisting words into meaning anything you wanted them to mean.
Re: Hello pot, this is kettle.
the stupid Kiwi government does it so .....probably. Bureaucrats like to expand their empires and the tech is there so.... shit happens.
Re: Our very own Tim Worstall
But as James Bamford points out, if the NSA using a switch outside the US, then the US government is not constrainted by US law. and can suck up any thing it likes.
Re: is this why...?
He is easy to deal with, just stick JFK's convertible limo in sight of the Oval office windows.
8 meters??!?! feel seasick just thinking about it.
(a pint, for the nerves)
Re: Kids are the future an' all that
No thats not right at all. if people are faced with something radical, they are not going to happy about switching if there seems to be no obvious killer advantages . There are people who might buy a early 70s cortina but the people who would buy that over a new focus or anything else made today are very far between. MS has shot itself because it was only thinking of what would be good for MS and sod anyone else.
Technically the Koran forbids a drop of alcohol passing your lips, doesn't say anything about a pint, as a muslim friend of mine once said.
Also its should be easy to Identify EDL members since they all wear the clothing line sold on the website. Wouldn't they?
Re: He's grasping at straws.
You mean you brought into the cult of the swiss watch maker? something even more pretentious and expensive that apple could ever dream of?
losing the weiss beer is no loss,
Re: Windows 8 TO INFINITE FAIL AND BEYOND
but only for a moment
previously the GSCB was usually only used in ad hoc situations usually as a last resort when someone personally knew someone from way back who might be able come up with something - this new legislation will make it the first place to call and will expand its use into any sort of activity the government frowns upon.
Re: At least two sides to this story
To be fair, the cars were quite good, given the state of engineering at the time but tended to have one ,usually major component that was duff and blew the reputation for rest of the car and they kept badge engineered models in producttion for far too long. The dudes supposedly screwing the bits together didn't help much either.
Re: small cells?
i thought being transported out of Wales in some fashion would have been much appreciated. No?
it depends on the proximity of one group to the other.
Re: Why is bacon "processed"?
"it seems that any effort to prolong the shelf life of meat has a negative effect on your (shelf life) when you eat it. anyway you have to die of something.
Re: Has to be ... Star Wars!
but it took a loooooonnnnggggg time as 3po wouldn't go very fast and stopped at every notice board.
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