30 posts • joined Thursday 6th January 2011 11:12 GMT
Thieves aren't that bright though
Whilst working for a reseller, someone broke into the warehouse overnight and stacked up boxed, brand new laptops to reach some low end end PC's which were up on the shelving
The Easiest Way
If you want to keep them on for a while, just tell them that your PC is in the attic and your phone is downstairs and neither are mobile, add more time for finding a pencil and paper to write things down a few mistakes and then an argument about access to the PC, well over half an hour and that's without getting creative
and I'm downvoting you for managing not to antagonise either side in this amusing tale....shame on you, try a little harder
Re: Developers, Developers and err Developers?
Was that a slip when you said Merto, as in french for a pile of shite or just a typo, can't really tell as my sarcasm monitor isn't currently working
Re: Is this the modern/tech version of..
more like an iDiot
The merkins running to the WTO because someone else isn'y playing by the rules, pot meet kettle can you say "offshore gambling"?
Re: 51st state of America.
Maybe if it was a crime here, they wouldn't need to be shipped to the
US for punishment
Cleese for Q
If you really want someone with a really condescending attitude and an aptitude for not being taken seriously, whilst being beleivable, my money is definiteley on Cleese, it's like Bobbit without the machete
That buttone should be marked.......
Behead the Thai royal family......................might catch on with patriotic merkins
Works out better than UK bought
The Original Levi Red Tab 501 button fly jeans $44.95 Delivery $18
so add the 20% VAT, no import duty if you order each pair as a seperate item say a week or so apart
$74.54, exchange rate $1.60 = £47
UK price £75
or just find someone going to merkin land and get thm to pick you up a couple of pairs
Well this guy won't collect on his life insurance
WTF would you try and bugger about with something that is there to save your life......sounds like one for the darwin awards
I read it that way as well
Seems to be that 3 prunes are worth a max of £30, so this must actually be a measured in the same way as promised Internet speed. A prune would then be up to* £10 (depending on how far away you are from the "branch" network)
Ok I'm getting it now
They do !
I've been part of this research and have a second router installed for this very purpose.
Why tinker with perfection?
You have been told that this is the ultimate machine, why the question that you might know something they don't. This is the ultimate machine, how could a mere mortal improve it?..............................................................................................................................................................................by the way we're in the business of making money, not IT kit
is there anything that this patent doesn't cover...maybe if I get it to make toast as well it won't be covered. Just shows how rotten to the core the US patent system is
But You'll be compelled to comment on it!
Unlimited is allowed to be limited
According to the Advertising standards agency if a FUP is mentioned and that only a small minority of atypical users exceed the FUP, it is deemed to be "unlimited" for the majority of users and so allowed. If you wanna get this changed, make a complaint on asa.org.uk and also cap.org.org and see if you can get them to use the dictionary version of unlimited as opposed to the marketing definition of unlimited
Not odd, just xenophobic
they just don't like anything that isn't French..food, music, films, TV (with the state saying over 40% of content has to be french and in french)and the day a Frenchman loses a case in a French court against a foreign company will be the day hell freezes over
"We know from research done in other parts of the world that the spread of the this fish can have a devastating effect on the ecology.", sorry, I think you'll find it is a crustacean, if the powers that be can't even tell the difference we've got real problems!
One Device To Rule Them All
Why do the manufacturers seem to think that we all want one device that does everything so-so or badly. The best analogy I can come up with was the argument against IE being part of Windows."a screwdriver is a useful tool, but it doesn't make it more useful by glueing it to your hand". Because you can do something doesn't mean that you should
Why not lift the rest of the Ice Cream
So to be on the safe side they lifted anything in the shop that was made from the bodily fluids of an animal then? But on the plus side we now know where both of the Daly Fail readers live
The difference is that, if Apple do the subscription, the developer no longer has to pay for hosting, bandwidth, availability, payment control, security and all those other things that happen when you start selling content through a website.
Ok so I wish to subscribe click on the link/button and pay, how much bandwidth does that take?
the cost for hosting 5 or 10 lines of text?
availabilty, we ll that's down to the publisher of the material you are subscribing to nothing to do with Apple.
Security I'm sure any company that was offering online payment will have this in place already or just back it off to the company who is actually handling the transaction (and as a clue in neither case is it Apple)
So lets see my shopping list is 1)providing a link/button on/through a website and 2)hosting 10 lines of text.....anyone care to give me some pricing for this?
Who in the hell
Would have this phrase as a registered trademark
“Our government is going into court with half-baked facts and half-baked legal theories and shutting down operations. This is exactly what we thought the government couldn't do. I'm scratching my head why we aren’t' grabbing the pitchforks.” ®
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