BT needs to be dragged somewhere quiet and dispatched. It's a relic from the bad old days of state monopolies and needs to go.
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Re: Judging from the family name - Kosovan
Re: Judging from the family name - Kosovan
man, that's seriously out of order, equating Kosovans with criminals. it will not do.
i think it's hard to justify custodial sentences for ANY non-violent crimes.
at least one of those statements is deeply disturbing.
Re: Self destruct?
i believe it's triggered by the stench of pig. or donuts.
and their video is well worth viewing. top boffinry.
I'm waiting for Blinky to be discovered in the Fukushima coolant ponds.
Good on this goldfish for adapting to his unorthodox environment. Quite impressive, Nature, quite impressive.
Re: Time is an illusion...
time is not an illusion, but the flow of time is.
an Indian restaurant owner's phone spontaneously combusts. how ironic. was it the ring?
sounds like the sub-plot of a "Simpsons" episode.
why does it cost $120K per hour to fly a B-2?
nice work. I've just taken delivery of a packet of Carolina Reaper seeds. As sold by the "puckerbutt pepper company'! Looking forward to growing them next year.
"Cheaper Apple iStuff"
No. More profit for Apple.
who cares what they look like - it's not as though you're going to be cutting around town in 'em. are you?
and how is it not a VR headset?
Re: USB Sticks do exist in NORK
the "death by dogs" story is a myth. don't believe everything you read in the "Daily Mail".
Google puts Android on a diet, names it after the first thing it sees under the sink ... yes, Brillo
Re: Brillo and Chromium plate
coca-cola also cleans chrome an absolute treat.
well said. when Dawkins was challenged to a debate by one of these cranks he declined, saying "it would look very good on your CV, not so good on mine."
"That would be an ecumenical matter"
Re: Hats off to Flt. Luey Nicolson
yes, and worth noting that he was just 24 years old at the time. maximum respect.
far too sophisticated to be the work of the FSB
in Putin's Russia, they send thugs to your offices (hospitalizing anyone who protests) and when your lawyer links the subsequent corporate looting to friends of the big man, that lawyer is arrested, murdered in prison, and then, in a macabre touch that Gogol would have been proud of, posthumously put on trial and convicted. his name was Sergei Magnitsky.
Re: F1 is pants...
for my money, motoGP is where the epic battles are at.
Re: I see...
If yu nu go unda fowl coob, fowl cyaa shit pan yu.
Re: They are getting bigger......
one day, hopefully soon, we will all live in a shiny, round cornered, iUniverse.
The fact the ULA (a joint venture of Lockheed Martin Corp and Boeing) is still reliant on Russian technology to launch US military hardware has been questioned by some in Congress, with Senator John McCain (R-AZ) complaining that the US was essentially funding Russian companies, despite ongoing sanctions.
or perhaps it's a sign that humanity can achieve more through cooperation?
from SEC Consult Vulnerability Lab:
"While NetUSB was not accessible from the internet on the devices we own, there is some indication that a few devices expose TCP port 20005 to the internet. We don’t know if this is due to user misconfiguration or the default setting within a specific device. Exposing NetUSB to the internet enables attackers to get access to USB devices of potential victims and this would actually count as another vulnerability."
Re: Go, Rand, go!
you mention Rand Paul "making enough noise". well it is interesting to note how mainstream U.S. news organizations are doing their best to starve his campaign of the oxygen of publicity. it's almost as if they think he will go away if they ignore him.
you can sense the entire political and business "establishment" (Democrat AND Republican) becoming increasingly unsettled by Paul and his rather fresh thinking on everything from marijuana to reigning in the military and stopping the insane militarization of the police.
The Patriot Act - precisely the sort of tyrannical governance that the United States was founded to oppose. The Founding Fathers, particularly Thomas Jefferson, would be absolutely horrified. So sad.
And on the horizon, a Bush/Clinton presidential race. It's beyond parody.
Re: I'm confused
this galaxy is 13 billion light years away in time. due to space expanding, it is very much further away in terms of meters
yes, helium and even some lithium was around before stars.
Re: I'm confused
when we say "the universe", we're referring to the sphere of space we can observe. this so called "observable universe" contains everything from which electromagnetic radiation has had time to reach us.
the universe is 13.7 billion years old. however, because space itself is expanding, the radius of the observable sphere is about 46 billion light years.
the further we look, the older the light is - right back to the cosmic microwave background, around 380,000 years after the big bang. we can't see beyond that point because the earlier universe was opaque.
cameron is already out there, weaponized and in the wild. the thought of adding coding to its capabilities is deeply troubling.
how about a small competition for the readers to come up with something? make some relevant bits of artwork available for download (logos, plane shape etc.) and see what happens.
I think the T-shirt design needs to be on a dark coloured shirt. It looks a bit weak on white, IMHO.
it's absolutely essential to base the decision on a quantum event, not a macro event like a coin flip. it's the superposition of the two outcomes that effectively spreads the 50:50 mix of outcomes throughout the multiverse.
One cool use was by Max Tegmark and Anthony Aguire. They co-authored a paper, couldn't agree which of them should have their name listed first, so used a quantum random number generator to decide. In this universe Aguire is listed first but, in 50% of the level I and level III multiverses, Tegmark is listed first. Nice.
tine to set up a crowd-funded ScrambleSuit business.
Re: Your cringeworthy article implies
have another one.
Re: Subjectively objective
the word "gorgeous" is objectively gorgeous.
i would *really* like to know how they could build current gen consoles AND make a unit profit.
you couldn't make it up. it's shaping up to be a kind of badge for the modern twat.
Lucky she found out now. Another few days and his brand new iStrapOn would have been in the drink too.
at least no armadillos were harmed.
Re: What's for Lunch?
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.
WHAT IS TO BE DONE?
So, Ross Ulbricht is a criminal. Watch "Bitter Lake" on BBC iPlayer and weep. The real criminals are running the show.
simple tarka daal
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.