He was holding it wrong.....
236 posts • joined 22 Jun 2011
He was holding it wrong.....
Pot Kettle Black........
They'll probably just stick it in with your council tax and you'll all have no choice. Unless you don't live in a house. Unless you're unemployable and then the government will pay it for you so you can sit around and watch telly all day.
Or they refuse to work unless they are connected to the internet.....
Having him stuck in the Equadorean embassy does seem to be keeping him off our TV screens most of the time. :-)
If FB was removed from the internet tomorrow would we be any worse off financially? I wouldn't be, and neither would the vast majority of people. So therefore it is worthless. Which we all knew anyway ;-)
How are you going to get the sharks onto the asteroid?
For an article containing:
and a Cunt!
Most excellent and worthy use of expletives
Oh I do like a good joke on a friday evening.
Oh, but you've got to admit it would be more than a little entertaining watching them tear strips off each other from the sidelines. Wouldn't it?
They missed out windows NEIN!
if we agree that there are such concepts as "Good AI" and "Bad AI" then there will be someone who decides that making a "Bad AI" is good for them and will do it. Telling them not to will not help, making it illegal will not help, punishing them for doing it will not help. It will happen because there are "Good people" and "Bad people".
The problem is that religion is ingrained in our society because our society is founded upon religion. However hard we try it is so deeply entwined in everything we do that even us atheists can't help it. Fucking Hell! There I go again and I don't believe in the place. And religions have been fighting each other for thousands of years because it isn't about religion, it is about tribal warfare. We have always been a tribal species fighting against other tribes for supremacy, religion is just the latest face on this conflict. Can we ever escape from this cycle?
Only problem is you'll hit your monthly data cap after a day ;-)
Clearly we don't speed because it saves time, as it doesn't significantly on most journeys. It's much more likely that we do it because it is fun, for 2 reasons:
1 you are being naughty and breaking the rules.
2 it's just so much more fun pushing your car to the limits (a little) ;-)
So the best way to stop us from speeding would be to make it illegal to sell cars that could exceed the speed limit. But they won't do that. Do we really need cars that will do 100+ mph? Do we want them?
No, but we can make sure that the poor people all have 50 inch TVs, playstations and iPhones.
Polygraphs are good enough for Jeremy Kyle!
I'll get my coat, I'm leaving.......
Looks like he got off lightly doesn't it?
Girls like jewelry, boys like tech. Buy her some shiny shiny and she'll love it.
That the americans (allegedly) were removing all NORKS from the internet! I mean what are we meant to do for porn now?
Welcome our self-driving autonomous-johnny-cab overlords.
Imagine being driven back from the pub / that party intoxicated in the middle of the night without having to wait 2 hours for a taxi or risk being arrested or killing yourself driving home drunk.
Want to go on holiday but it's a 7 hour drive (yes I do this). Set the destination, go to sleep, be driven through the night when the roads are nice and empty arriving there in time for breakfast. Bliss.
I wouldn't be so sure about that. Google are quite likely to stick to their guns to avoid setting a precedent that involves them paying for content!
Where is the option for "all of the above" in the poll? They all seem equally valid to me :-)
Good, so it's not just me that doesn't like the new look......
Wow! You have a stereo cat!
The man is clearly madder than a bag of hamster on acid
When I get home my phone connects to that rather than my home network giving me a shit service until I remember and manually kick it over to the right network. I have never found it to be useful as it is *always* so pitifully slow to be unusable. What a complete waste of time! Grrrrrr.... Maybe I should sue them for wasting my time! aha!
So each iPod user will be entitled to 17c as usual and the lawyers will get fat as usual.
You'll probably have to sign to say you accept full responsibility for the actions of your driverless car when you buy / rent / lease it. Therefore whatever happens will be your fault, even if you had no control over it.
I know, shocking isn't it!
People going overseas already have to pay a disproportionate roaming charge that they are not happy with.
Or eat them!
MMMMMmmmmmmm goat curry.......
Everything has it's price......
I wonder how many tescos vouchers I have accrued this year? I have the original HUDL (cost me 10 quid plus vouchers and a £20 off electrical items offer) this time last year and use it on the train, but the battery life is dreadful.
Only if you're not Russian
The screen on the 6+ breaks if you drop it. Some sorry individual sat next to me the other day had the first broken iPhone 6+ I've seen A lovely spidery-web of cracks coming from the corner it had presumably landed on :-) And he'd gone to the trouble of putting a screen protector on it. Oh how I chuckled quietly to myself :-)
No-one drinks that over there, you're more likely to end up with VB.........
equally bad however,
A bit like the pound shop then?
The only good spider is a dead spider!
Can I patent this idea as it's on a mobile platform now?
I *love* my heated windscreen :-) Turning the engine on and watching the ice melt in seconds is always a joy :-)
Build a big wall to keep them out if they leave the UK?
Not whether or not the software will continue to still run perfectly if you don't upgrade your servers to a supported OS, but, in many organisations, whether or not your compliance processes insist that all software is running on a manufacturer supported OS.
But why do they need to confirm if it is viable smallpox? Surely the best thing to do with anything that says "Smallpox" on it would be to destroy it straight away!
Our local cinema has a bargain Tuesday, each Tuesday all films are only £3.75. I take my own bags of sweeties in to munch on but do pay £3.05 for a drink, sneaking one of those in could be a bit awkward (perhaps I should try it) and mostly I have a good evening out for 2 for under a tenner. We have our favourite seats where there aren't any phone wielding twunts infront of us and have seen some excellent films. But I must admit paying full price to see a film does make my eyes water.
If the speed of light through ESNet fibre was 186,001 miles per second
there fixed that for you....
So that explains why my December bill arrived in February. Looks like I got off lightly!
Doesn't a full freezer cost less to run than an empty one as you don't have to keep chilling the warm air that gets in when you open it up?