"It is a bug not a data breach."
Why not both?
2411 posts • joined 16 Jan 2012
Why not both?
How is that going to help? I thought Microsoft were giving it away for free?
Would you like the complete list or just my top 100?
Narwhals with nukes?
I'm working on it, but they keep wriggling when I try to implant the chips into their skull.
I've heard from a friend that you can get feminized seeds now. No need to weed out the males with them.
I'm willing to bet all his parcels arrive on time as well.
So.... every episode of Dr Who featuring Daleks then?
Thankfully it looks far to small to pose any real kind of threat to a Japanese girl's school.
But just like the Betamax vs VHS war, the less technologically advanced solution won.
"We strongly refute any suggestion that safety concerns were ignored or dismissed without careful consideration."
After reading that I was left with the impression that after careful consideration, the safety concerns were ignored and dismissed. Is that what they intended to say?
This one . is just very very far away.
Because that doesn't sound creepy at all.
If I were Kim I'd be very wary about endorsing something like that.
Then again, she's probably never even heard of Thalidomide.
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88 sodding text messages that need deleting.
If the cyclic model of the universe is correct, it would make a great big bang party too.
Don't be silly! People wouldn't just go on the internet and tell lies.
He should have hidden himself behind 7 proxies.
Try telling that to the family of Michael Lush.
That is not good news!
Remember, these are the same people that brought you the marquee and the blink tag.
I need to know for a friend...
My first 20Mb Winchester Drive for my 8086 came on its own full length ISA card.
(Yes... I'm that old.)
Why not just throw them into a pond to see if they float?
Don't most scientific discoveries start out like that?
On an unrelated note, how close are they to providing me with Superman laser vision?
But I guess you only find out about that once you try to delete it.
It's all wrinkly!
It's been given a reboot. Check it out on Steam.
What's that in lifetimes?
Obviously Han Solo's German brother.
Still better than the Daily Mail on a good day.
That surveillance camera commissioner is so detached he doesn't even know which demographic he's been trampling all over.
You'd expect it to scale properly.
Show me on the doll where Nicholas Bartlett touched you.
If they turn out to be mice then I'm leaving the planet.
If his research really sucks, maybe he can improve on it in his necks paper.
No! We need to call Mr Spoon!
With 91 successful lunar missions under his belt, he's probably more experienced than Jeremiah Kerbal.
It eats Olin Howland.
We could crank the version number up by a couple of notches to make it sound really new, and we could fix it so that instead of using 32 bit addresses, we could use 64 bit addresses. No wait...! How about 128 bit addresses? That ought to keep us going for the next thousand years or so...
To be fair to Google that machine can only be a few years old, and what toddler hasn't said something inappropriate?
You're welcome :D
I get that just reading the morning news!
To be fair, you need some balls to go out dressed like that.
The one true date format is YYYYMMDD and always will be.
All praise to the ISO 8601!
He seems to know watt he's doing.
And something that I've always wanted to do myself.
A work of art of that quality deserves to be in a museum for all to see.
So nothing to do with them getting rid of all their experienced techs and replacing them with outsourced newbs that know nothing about the RBS systems?