423 posts • joined 26 Jul 2011
also the sound one makes when thrown off a cliff
Re: Ah But
It has a neural inhibitor, so were safe
whats the point
1 light year in distance is 5,865,696,000,000 miles
47 light years in distance is 275,687,712,000,000 miles
If we could travel at 10% the speed of light it would take around 4,700 years to make the 47 light year trip.
(if some one could check my sums that would be stella)
In the future........
No one uses Flash! no one uses windows.......... in fact no one uses computers or any internet connected devices at all.
Be safe, be a hermit !
Re: Watching, watching, watching......
Just turn the TV to face the wall !
By accident or design
The real reason
is because of the shine'y shine'y
Re: definitely odious
And what government office has migrated to Windows 8? Most are still on XP
They dont use water.
So it should read glycol solution cooling?
Must of learned
engineering from the same place as Network Rail.
Thank god national grid engineers got taught some place else.
Must be a lot of insurance claims for damaged smart phones - cant imagine its just the one guy who stuck his Iphone in a vagina, of a cow
Re: Gmail has a web interface?
don't think Ive log on to the web version of Gmail in, I cant remember. Just get them pushed to my phone and have done for a good few years (and that not a CrapBerry)
I'm related to Jacques Cousteau, so will give it a try. deep breath and hold.
Re: The National Lottery
that was my fault, forget it was 14million to one and not 1.4million to one.
I'm just full of fail this week
Re: The National Lottery
grammar and spell check needed.
Re: The National Lottery
People who buy more than one tick are morons, to improve your chances of winning the lotto by 1% you need to by around 14,000 tickets.
It always amazes me when I see some people who struggle to pay bills spending £20-30 a week on lotto tickets.
But they are also the same people who pay Sky £50 month when they can afford to put cloths on their kids backs.
Its a sad state of affairs when the people who cant afford something are the one's spending the most money on it. Yet the people who could afford are the once that do it as a flutter at a £1 a week.
he did life until he was 90 odd mind
yet it still made
11.9m in profit!
Greed is alive an well
Re: It's not just a big distance to cross... there's a lot of history
Yep, I think we are likely alone for our tiny point in space time
Re: More details needed
just use calibre you ding bat
Re: Well of course they do
I do wonder when companies will realize that it could be financially beneficial to offer good money for Zero day exploits.
Look a flying pig
is a bit like your gran cleaning your room, her bad back stops her cleaning under the bed and on top of the cupboards.
The German cars are made better and are generally better cars - the badge is unimportant.
We will need a lots of space
.. ....for all this Big Data
Re: You know Iran is an ancient society....
I would say "you should stick to the day job" - But as your here all week, I guess telling crap jokes is your job.
Re: Lazy Cops
Why do people want number plates? Go by the type of car and colour.
Cop cars in "x" area :
Blue Audi A5 3.0TDI
Black BMW 335D
Silver/gray Volvo Estate 2.5T
Easy now on the common sense.
Not a deity
just a bunch of aliens who deal in the plant construction racket.
Re: 3K in one direction only
wouldn't want something that cold in my pocket !
Re: How devious
I was once told to imagine how intelligent the average person is; then to realise that half the population are even more imbecilic than that.
Re: Meyerson predicted Intel's move away from speed to cores?
And that its not physically, practically or probably legally viable to continually pour Liquid nitrogen onto the chip so it doesn't melt had nothing to do with it?
Being commercially viable was probably way way way down the list.
Re: At this rate..
Wonder when the suits will get around to suing other suits for their suite 'wearing' shenanigans.
how big would thy be if one did not giving so much UK tax money to those less and some time more well off than the'.
Re: Surely the record of honesty speaks for itself.
not seen a private eye joke in ages! thumbs up
Max word count please!
I like to read comments - not white papers on your thoughts
What adverts are you on about!
Re: @AC 13:27GMT So...
Not all Americans - Just the ones that think American is an actual real language.
Re: Is it a bad sign ...
They should of just made a super bot that just annihilated everyone and trash talked the whole game.
"Everyone would of bitched he was modding"
And to be fair, some people who play 1st persons are like robots!
Re: Not really
Got to keep the lawyers in their Bentley's and fancy health clubs
If its unstable, does it really count as an element if it just quickly turns into another element?
Re: Er, he was trying to hack them?
My Bank gave me their local number because their 0845 wasn't part of my BT inclusive plan; I got charged for every call I made to them.
I will stop banking with you was a pretty good motivator for them to give me the local number.
What you need to do is educated everyone to a level, then subsides University courses that produce graduates in a needed fields.
i.e. take medicine or engineering and the course is free - take media studies, sport science or drama charge £15k a year. Then when you have enough engineers and doctors start raising the fees. But the chances are you'll never have enough doctors an engineers; the rich will still send their kids to University to do History and modern art but we wont be subsiding muppet's who are just putting off working in a call center for another 3-4 years so they can piss it up.
But think about...
the clangers!!! No one thinks about the clangers!
MR Whippy bumps
to own all ice-cream sandwiches.
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