19 posts • joined 7 Jun 2007
I'm not a great lover of tea but occasionally enjoy a cup of twinings english breakfast tea made in my tassimo machine ( the machine worries about time and temperature and does a good job) with a little semi-skimmed milk and sugar.
noticed on youtube today (I'm behind the times as always):
for those who can't be bothered it says
Lindsay Lohan Paid $150,000 For Rehab
Very kind of her to support your efforts
bbc universal basic
I haven't read all the millions of comments but, in case no-one has mentioned it, the BBC came up with a universal basic and transmitted programs in it on radio.
The idea was you recorded it and loaded it into your bbc, commodore or sinclair machine (whatever models where about at that time - VIC20 I think I had then) but I never managed to get any to work.
titanic = dreadful in every way
denon ah-c710 excellent sound
All manufacturers, eg sony, philips, of domestic items such as stereos, clock radios which come with an ipod dock as almost all of them do now.
I don't have or want an ipod as I am more than happy with my sony mp3 player and I am sure many others are the same so why do these people encourage apple in its bid to take over the world especially as they are often competitors?
An article entitled 'The nightmare users: solving the problem'
and not one mention of a glock21.
can i have a register badge, please?
Getting over the Humph
I think you mean Humphs wonderful exit lines from "I'm sorry I haven't a clue"
I like it
apart from the font of course.
forget about linux and mac what about windows
Like Lennart I can't install Silverlight on an xp pro machine because my athlon processor isn't suitable.
just one more example
anyone read the traveller and dark river by john twelve hawks
they waited until you went straight
sport on uk tv
No chance of being able to watch our national summer game , no not football even though it is on all the time, on television I suppose?
Someone who enjoys cricket but has only freeview channels.
Be that as it may, in your official capacity as language police could you arrange to severely chastise all those who mean nothing but say nothink.
I thought Lindsay Anderson decided that 'if' had to be followed by four dots....
Is this pronounced 'watch over ya' ?
What's a triffle, Brian ?
leave it as is.