16 posts • joined Wednesday 30th November 2011 23:03 GMT
It's the cake picture again.
Damn. I get suckered into articles every f'in time by that cake and milk picture.
What were we discussing again?
True, but you'll just need an OSHA approved "EPA Opinion" Flamesuit
Up voted for truth but you'll just be hammered for daring to suggest that a regulatory agency has overstepped it's bounds by a large margin.
Shoot the Hostage!
Err, certainly I can't be the first to reference that?
Another case of the Free Shite Army trying to mobilize for even more FS.
Maybe if it's not "Free" someone might just un-ass themselves to provide the service. If no one is willing to pay, then maybe the demand wasn't there or it wasn't worth the expenditure?
Re: It's probably 1Gig which is the odd one out
Spot on. Outside of the data center or core to distribution runs, the cost of upgrading the cabling to support 10G just isn't going to happen anytime soon. Last I recall you still couldn't go very far on copper, TX6A is only 70 meters which isn't a drop in replacement for 5E (100 meters) so it won't fit in existing runs.
Plus it's damned expensive to boot and requires even more expensive and carefully certified terminations.
It's all in the Grade
I'm not so certain the tree species influences the taste that much. I do know the grades can vary in sweetness and taste.
Grade A Light Amber ("Fancy"), Grade A Medium Amber, Grade A Dark Amber, Grade B.
The A light fancy is very sweet and very light on the taste. The Grade B is very dark, almost 'industrial' syrup, very thick and a heavy taste. I guess it depends on how you are using it (cooking, pancakes, ice cream) as to which works best. I've used it in coffee before as a substitute for sugar. :-)
I find the A dark over plain vanilla ice cream to be better than sex. Wait. No. Yes. Much better now than I'm getting old.
Sounds like a Mafia job to me.
After all, the Playmonaut sleeps with the fishes now.
ITIL? It'il end in tears
Tons of paperwork, committees, and change boards. It'll all go swimmingly(!) I'm certain of it.
The CIO invited his managers to a safari by the desert. He lent his four-wheel-drive car and recommended a route through the desert.
After 20 miles of travelling, they got a flat tire and the car got stuck in the middle of a dune.
Just a second after the puncture, the incident manager left the car saying “go, go, go!!! We’re in time!” put a chewing gum on the tyre, got into the car again and said “Solved, let’s go!“. The Change Manager responded “But, it will only last for a few meters.“, But the Incident Manager said “It doesn’t matter! I can put another gum if it fails again.“
Half an hour after running out of chewing gum, the problem manager said. “EUREKA! I know!. There is no more problem! The tire wasn’t designed for the heat, and it melted“. The Incident Manager said “OK. But… how can we get out of this situation?“. “Hey! Don’t put pressure on me! I know the root cause. Now it isn’t a problem, it’s a known error“, the Problem Manager retorted.
The Change Manager said. “I know how to change the wheel. But I can’t“. “Why?” Asked the rest. “Because I can’t contact the owner and I don’t have an approval“, the Change Manager responded.
The Incident Manager ran out of patience, and began to shout at the Release Manager. “Hey, we are all trying to get out of here, and you are not doing anything!“. He answered “I’m doing more than everyone of you. I just finished a RFE so the next version of the tire won’t fail in the future.“
Finally, everyone looked at the Service Level Manager, who said. “OK, OK. Maybe it’s my fault. Well, I’ll pay you a coffee when we return and we’ll be even“
Re: wait a minute
WV is run by the blue team. Remember all the .Gov largesse projects named for Sen. Byrd? He who had to be carried out of the U.S. Senate feet first?
He wasn't just blue because he stopped breathing.
Am I the only one that..
is glad to see the boobies 'n cake picture back?
I'd gladly turn pie-rate to motorboat those.
Sorry. One track mind. Carry on with your censorship debate.
1 Terabyte? No problem, that'll be a slight upcharge.
Pretty useless speeds when they can't even deliver a steady 10mb to the punters already paying outrageous prices.
Plus the usual bandwidth caps and tiered pricing, that should do the trick.
Re: what is it a copy of
Depends on who they stole the plans from.
Not entirely old school
What? No handcuffs between user and briefcase ala spy novels of old.
Heavens, what's the world of spys coming to these days?
So, no real income then?
"designers and creatives"?
Is that code for nothing really productive and meaningful being produced?
Meh. I do so hate the new terminology.
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