I have a sense of foreboding about this
It's going to turn into KITT vs KARR all over again.
202 posts • joined 21 Dec 2011
It's going to turn into KITT vs KARR all over again.
VW did nothing wrong.
I'd like the regulator to take a close look at Elon Musk's borderline criminal enterprises. A very close look indeed.
He managed to charm the green/left idiots here into accepting his idiotic overpriced milk floats, let's see how he deals with a competent country like Germany.
It's still Apple's fault.
And maybe if you hadn't just accused me of driving on the pavement you would not have made yourself look like a complete idiot.
Maybe if pedestrians kept to the pavement where they belong we wouldn't have any of these 'moral difficulties'.
I'll be recommending that we use a DB provider that doesn't spew leftie green propaganda.
I see El Reg is now trapped in the Reality Distortion Field created by Steve Jobs.
But the authorities refuse to act...
Apple is the only computer / OS maker to have malware problems. My Windows box has never been successfully attacked.
Regulate this criminal enterprise out of existence and bankrupt its creepy owner.
He really has no idea what he's doing, and then tries to blame his failures on other people.
Don't care, I still want to see him fail.
He has no hope and no friends apart from lefty kooks.
Funny how everyone else here is supporting him then.
But it's totally not his fan club.
I didn't know this site had turned into the elon musk fan club.
That this was even suggested proves that elon musk is a delusional idiot with no connection to reality. He's attempting to pass the buck for his own greed and incompetence on to any random targets in his field of view.
Just like his stupid electric cars, he's created a badly-engineered product which doesn't work, and costs lives and money; and is attempting to blame everyone else for his own failings.
All of his borderline criminal enterprises should be shut down immediately and he should be bankrupted and held criminally liable.
...is back, bringing the daily telemetry runs to Win7.
This is of course Apple's fault.
It's typical of them to force their shit software on their idiotic luser base without bothering to ask permission.
Meanwhile my PC has none of these problems.
You'll get my Grados and Sennheisers when you pry them from my cold, dead hands.
Achromatopsia is a completely different condition from being 'practically blind'.
Their vision, albeit being completely monochrome, is much more sensitive to light than in trichromatic, anomalously trichromatic, or dichromatic individuals.
I like how in the same sentence he conflates data carrier type with signal strength.
Truly he shows a real grasp of the technical issues.
"Vodafone should accept ongoing responsibility for the Demon domain names that underpin those identities."
Why should they?
1. Enact emissions controls that are impossible to comply with
2. Fine manufacturers for complying with them
Samsung Kies regularly provoked kernel panics on mine. Got rid of the Mac and got a PC instead, problem solved.
> There are no added chemicals
No, not like nicotine or anything like that.
Except that e-cigs are not a recognised smoking cessation aid.
If you can't even get it together to get a driving licence why should you be allowed to vote?
There's a nice generalisation.
High time this dodgy company was brought down.
'Segura reported last month that more than 400 malicious advertisements were shipped through pwned ad network AdsTerra in two weeks.
Those ads dropped the hugely successful Magnitude exploit kit'
But... I've been told that adbockers are bad for the internet.
It's good that you're still doing these tired unfunny 'jokes'.
Keep it up, I'm sure it's working out for you somehow.
'...do we accuse them of being Reds-under-the bed too?'
The Mirror publishing that is equally reprehensible.
But it still doesn't change what the Mail published, does it?
He's playing the long game, which all aficionados of proper torture technique will appreciate.
> TAG, however, is a proper premium manufacturer
Like when they bought an existing chrono movement from Seiko, put their own name on it and pretended that it was one of theirs (Cal 1887)?
Like when they put the ETA 2824 movement in a watch costing nearly £2000?
Sounds like a 'proper premium manufacturer' to me.
I wonder how many unsold ones are cluttering up the supply chain then? Because it looks like being yet another iFailure™ just like the iPhone 5C.
Thanks for the irrelevant rant which quite frankly added nothing.
Glad to see so many readers of El Reg standing up for the rights of criminals.
Always keep your prawn biryani recipes on an external volume.
Of course, only a 'narrow-minded unthinking twerp' could possibly object to their privacy being invaded by arrogant and uncaring photogs.
And they wonder why people have such a low opinion of them... I can't think why...
It's good to know that you find yourself so amusing.
But despite your rather feeble attempt at an insult, concern for one's privacy is not 'being paranoid'.
So it would be OK if I were to stand on the pavement outside your house and take pictures?
Somehow I doubt you would have quite the same laissez-faire attitude.
An uppity photog who thinks he has the right to take pictures of anything he likes, finally gets what's coming to him.
It would be a shame if someone were to replace it with this Ubuntu install I just happen to have burnt to a DVD.
Maybe that's what MS want, though.
'Let's deploy this into live without testing it'
'Quick, blame QA'
They couldn't find him so they've issued an arrest warrant for Archibald Buttle instead.
They found something else to sabotage then.
I bet JF is glad all these armchair statisticians / electrical supply / datacentre experts are here to give him the benefit of their wisdom after the fact and tell him what he did wrong.
Explain where his responsibility was when his employment ended in that moment.
I always knew electric vehicles were unsafe.
The best thing to do is ban all of them immediately.