Re: What's for Lunch?
and the chips will be glued in place.
138 posts • joined 27 Apr 2011
and the chips will be glued in place.
i wonder if this problem only affects male apple users?
Here you go:
"Gullible Apple users targeted"
That'll be all of them then.
So, Ross Ulbricht is a criminal. Watch "Bitter Lake" on BBC iPlayer and weep. The real criminals are running the show.
cook yellow dried split peas according to instructions on packet.
while cooking them add chicken/vegetable stock to water.
meanwhile chop plenty garlic and Stephen (fry) until almost burnt.
add the fried garlic to the cooked daal.
for the tarka:
put one tin plum tomatoes in a pan add some crushed garlic then rinse all tomato out of tin with water and add.
simmer the tomatoes/water/garlic mix until reduced then crush with potato masher.
season with salt and pepper then add to cooked daal.
use hand blender to smooth tarka daal.
get stuck in.
best. subhead. ever.
many thanks for sorting that.
I was responsible for the least voted-for LOHAN flight message and was promised a badge/patch thing. Come on Lester, follow through on your promises.
Top nosh recipe, reminds me of a cassoulet.
there was no "Silk Road Reloaded". there was "Black Market Reloaded" and there was "Silk Road 2".
Also, AFAIK, they were all TOR based. not I2P.
it's not just about oil. Saudi spends billions on weapon systems made by US and EU companies. That's the reason we let them get away with murder.
you mean swapping bitcoins to cash, surely?
I don't understand why the range is only one mile.
My understanding is that for lasers the intensity is inversely proportional to the square of the beam width.
Whilst some beam divergence is inevitable, one mile seems a very short distance for this to be the limiting factor.
That made me laugh so much, my wave function collapsed.
"The boffins at Bletchley Park were the first to design a programmable computer"
The first programmable computer was produced by German pioneer Conrad Zuse. The functional program-controlled Turing-complete Z3 became operational in May 1941.
He was also ahead of the curve in the field of digital physics. See "Rechnender Raum" ("Calculating Space" in English).
There is a sort of deadline - in the sense that the current high value for these artifacts is very likely to be ephemeral.
They're riding a price bubble that Damien Hirst would be proud of.
they are scum. and this creates a highly dangerous environment, where democracy looks seedy and opens the door to extremism.
why not go back to the time of Socrates and select the government by lottery?
i just googled "space related deaths" and was informed that, as of 2013, there had been only 13 fatalities. This includes *all* Soviet programs, moon landings, ISS, Space shuttle etc.
Beardie's activities have to date killed four people (this latest accident and 3 in a 2007 explosion).
That doesn't seem quite right, on balance.
i get what you are saying, but it's naive to compare deaths caused by a deliberate act, such as 9/11, to deaths caused accidentally.
it's also disrespectful, I think.
there has been sustained criticism, from within the industry, of their use of nitrous oxide based rockets since the explosion in 2007 which killed 3 people.
on the plus side, Justin Bieber is booked on the first flight...
fantastic article. I love dub reggae and have never heard of Rupie Edwards. Life is so unjust. The best are often unacknowledged.
Lived in Dalston (Sandringham Road) in the 90s - can't go there now.
L - A - B - Y - R - I - N - T - H
All your cables are belong to U.S.
But might have been more accurate to say Silk Road was like eBay, rather than Walmart.
Very interesting read though.
those copies of the 'Daily Mail' are not for reading...
Applying the Bekenstein Bound equations to the human brain, you get a maximum information content of approximately 2.6 x 10 power 42 bits.
This represents the ammount of information necessary to emulate a human brain down to the quantum level.
Not possible in 2014 but inevitable at some point in the future and maybe not too many years away.
Founded with righteous principles of freedom paramount. Now creeping towards totalitarian status and yet still the birthplace of TOR and printed handguns and Silk Road Market. I love it and hate it in equal measures.
thanks. I get why it wouldn't work now.
I want to decloak a tor hidden service.
if I have the ability to scan the entire intenet, won't I eventually discover the IP of a machine that serves the hidden service I'm looking for?
it's about time the emperor, I mean fanbois, learnt they are not actually wearing anything at all
Not to mention that utter cunt, George Osbourne, ripping off, with no discernable sense of irony, dialogue from "Trainspotting". What a fucking cunt.
As if box-ticking bullshit like this is not enough, free speech itself is under attack (see Theresa May's speech today).
I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it any more.
totally agree. there is no good reason not to use FLAC. unless you are forbidden by the likes of Apple.
This article is more of a call to choose operating systems that do not lock us into proprietary file protocols.
nice try. as far as they are concerned you are obstructing access. even if you genuinely forgot the passphrase, you're looking at some serious bird. basically, you let them in or go to jail. simples.
what the fuck is the point of minecraft?
seriously, please can someone explain?
apparently the iPhone 6 plus has an undocumented feature - a flexible screen (and a flexible body). quality.
Data.... *ARE* being suggested...
fools and their money....
How, Mr. Pie, do you reconcile the paradox of Apple producing the most beautiful object in the universe without the almighty Steve running the show?
man, you are so right. the markets are hyper-pumped on surreal QE wierdness. BUT there's a HUMUNGOUS correction in the post.
buy physical gold, bitchez...
my cousin's a fund manager.
Branch and Unplanned Snagging Heuristic
Hats off to Fenke et al.
Top patchery and looking forward to seeing it hewn from the living cloth.
tor will be around long after Putin has been consigned to the dust-bin of history.
off topic, but does anyone else find the new iPhone ad (crayons are dangerous) particularly nauseating?
"Dent in MacBook inversely proportional to dent in Wallet"
apple owners, rather than risking lethal software updates, just buy new kit every few months.
oh, i forgot, you already do that.
LOHAN is starting to take on grown-up dimensions and excitement levels are rising fast!
they claim to be monitoring and interdicting people using tor. I don't buy that. tor is still pretty much opaque to law enforcement.
and whilst I'm glad they've busted a load of perverts, I'm also glad there are parts of the internet that are truly free.
could not agree more. unfortunately today's breed of corporate marketing drone will never risk anything remotely creative. it's incredibly frustrating for ad agencies and incredibly boring for viewers.