34 posts • joined Monday 6th June 2011 12:12 GMT
Women will be forced into prostitution by climate change
Sure, but I'm sure there's a downside as well.
I bought a time machine next week
It's not very good. They don't make them like they will do.
Re: MS take on version numbering?
Windows 7 is actually NT 6.1
That's for compatibility reasons, calm down.
It's tough at the top.
WTF is "pre-used" ?
You've spent four years drinking and sleeping around and you wrote a dissertation on the sex life of an ant or something stupid.
Re: Doesn't add up
to ask or order to come
Well, the picture clearly says "Ulitsa Lifanova"
Re: Oh Rly?...At least I can get at the culprits if my network goes down.
Fatman, where do you work, and how to I apply?
Re: Data in clouds
"Windows is not ready for the data centre"
Ha ha ha ha ha! What the hell do you think runs services? Organic lolcats?
Whenever I see the word "cloud"
I mentally replace it with "clown".
Was a field service engineer for nearly eight years, saw this every day.
Why doesn't anyone do this "sexting" with me?
1. Nobody in the UK has heard of A+. You will never see a job advert saying "must have A+".
2. Don't bother. There are more than enough people in IT already, and we don't need any n00bs thanks.
3. A bloke in India already knows more than you and can do it cheaper.
Harsh but true.
" If I grab your wallet and make a copy of your credit card numbers, I don't steal anything either."
Indeed you have. You have stolen my wallet and contents. Regardless of whether or not I recover all or part of my wallet and contents and regardless of how long you have deprived me of there use, you have committed a theft.
Wrong. Theft is defined as permanently depriving someone of something. If I take your wallet and return it, it's borrowing. If I take your car, and return it, it's taking a vehicle without consent, which is specifically a crime. If I take your car, drive it recklessly with no regard, damage it, and return it, it could be considered theft.
Such a pity
Such a pity that 99% of people think there is only one search engine and that that search engine is Google
uk.altavista.com/web/adv until it went all Yahoo!
Then WiseNut which was pretty good.
This occurred to me years ago.
What kind of idiot uses these things anyway?
Harsh, but fair
I wouldn't employ a self-obsessed, narcissistic gormless Apple-owning sheep either.
"Customers just want fresh, young models"
Mmm, don't we all
Welcome to the Hotel California
"Welcome to the Hotel California
Such a lovely place
Such a lovely place
You can check-out any time you like,
But you can never leave..."
If you're dumb enough to type stuff into Google and click on the top link then you deserve to get scammed.
I know someone who failed her driving test. On the back of the bit of paper the examiner gives you, it says "to book a test, go to www.direct.gov.uk/motoring". What did she do? Types "book driving test online" in Google and clicks on the top link. And then asked me why the Department of Transport took payment via PayPal.
Google are evil.
PhonePhonePlus is a stupid name.
There is no need for premium rate phone numbers any more, you can get free porno online nowadays. Or so I'm told.
Spent two years supporting versions 4.5, 5 and 6.
I loved the way you had to get a third party thing called NotesMedic that would allow you to launch Locust Notes after an abnormal session close without rebooting. And the way you'd look up an error message on IBM's KB, and it would say "The Notes team is aware of this issue. June 20, 1997" and that was it.
Cloud = clown
Doesn't matter what your SLA says, if a bloke in a JCB digs up the cable outside your building, you're stuffed.
And you can jump up and down and escalate it with your Account Manager at Lowest Bidder plc, but the time to rectify is however long it takes for someone's subcontractor's subcontractor to splice the fibre back together.
¡Ay, ay, ay!
¡No es bueno!
"women are heroes"
Re: Just dumb
You're educated and an IT Pro and you use Google? You really should know better.
Every time you see the word "cloud", mentally replace it with "clown". There, doesn't seem so clever now, does it?
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