722 posts • joined 10 Feb 2012
Suck on my Big Chocolate Salted Candy Balls.
Good to see the number 1.44 making a reappearance in the disk world.
*wipes nostalgic tear from eye*
No. That team was taken to Antarctica, locked in a vault, which was then sealed in concrete, which was then dropped down a borehole into a subterranean sea. The borehole was then explosively collapsed and the whole Plateau sealed under six metres of superglue filled with landmines and anthrax spores.
If not, there's a lot of Avatar fanbois/girls out there would love something in blue.
You're either a programmer or hardware engineer. And you clearly have a boss with pointy hair.
Stop this common sense nonsense forthwith.
The only way forward is for content makers to have a separate, exclusive contract with one streaming supplier, this ensuring that the customer must have subscriptions to all services or miss out on a heap of stuff.
Netflix, Lovefilm, and HBO Management
"Rather have watch with plastic glass that can be restored using Brasso or T Cut."
And you want a Casio because it has "more functions" than a Patek Philippe. Each to their own, I suppose...
[and you can buy high-end watches which are 50 year's old which still have glass/sapphire which is almost perfect. do you go rock-climbing with your watch or something?]
I'm pretty sure fetuses don't smile. I'm also pretty sure that every model sent out is smiling.
In fact a cynic might suggest that they knocked up five models to cover the broad ethnic groups, and simply choose the closest to the picture they get. Four shades of brown should cover any issue of skin tone, and bob's your uncle! Let's start making money off these saps...
Congrats. Must have been challenging to crowbar a rant about green taxes/subsidies into an article about payment systems.
I bet you feel all warm and special now.
Some pretentious kuntt(TM), that's for sure.
Assuming you're not trying to be a smart-arse:
1. Immunisations are not 100% effective
2. There are some people who can't be immunised (often related to other serious health issues which are not improved by a dose of measles)
3. Children often have infant siblings who are there at pick-up/drop-off and who are too young to be immunised and are also very vulnerable
4. It sends a very clear message of the expectations of society
And, no, homeopathy-lovers, I am not a "shill" for "big pharma"', nor am I interested in your pathetic anecdote or discredited study.
Ignorant, selfish, fools who are fucking up herd immunity for the rest of us, as well as putting their own children at risk. Universities, schools and nurseries should exclude anyone without the recommended vaccinations (unless there's a genuine medical reason for it).
But how to achieve that? Any entity with responsibilities for rejecting apps on the basis of "being either flotsam or jetsam" would be the target of a bazillion lawsuits in very short order.
Paris doesn't know how to fix it either.
£950? Not with an i7 it's not.
The flow battery sounds like the sort of gizmo our animated hero would knock up in his shed.
$7.8 BEEELION, surely.
I said HOW MUCH!!!!
[yeah, I know costs will fall, and will be a lot lower on a Ford or Toyota, but that's seriously overpriced).
Fair play on the circle. An awful lot of thought went into the design, and the execution was pretty damned slick too.
There were dip switches you could use to set the time added at each check point. Our local arcade owner was a gold-plated c**t who set it so it was virtually impossible to finish and hence the games played per hour was higher.
It was still a busy machine despite the evil difficulty level.
About as much chance as Canute had, I'd say.
It's called a 'crate'.
That bit at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark? Actually a giant kindergarten.
My wife can made our living room much colder than that with a single stare if (ok, when) I forget an anniversary. Then I get to stay there and sleep on the sofa. Brrrrr. Parky.
Presumably best friends with Dr Michael Hfuhruhurr and Miss Anne Uumellmahaye.
Trebuchet firing a net made from wire, with perimeter weighted with something heavy and with small cross-section. Would need some sort of guide to impart spin as it was launched.
Also, the whole assembly would need mounting on a turntable.
Or, alternatively, use this new pulse weapon. This actually looks perfect for the task in hand, assuming a little more range could be squeezed out.
As I was just about to renew my mortgage.
Now, do I tell the wife?
Can't think of a more appropriate place to watch it.
Or does the reformation mean that's even worse then normal porn?
Amazon are having a fire sale. Kindle File HD only £99!
Well, duh. Always going to happen with all those Dyson spheres being built.
"300 22 and a half carat VVS1 diamonds - the clearest ones know [sic] to humanity"
1. VVS1 - very very small internal inclusions. Internally flawless (IF) and flawless (F) are both better grades.
2. A half carat VVS1 of a reasonable colour (D to G say) would set you back a grand plus. I suspect that there are 22 and a half carats in total.
If Mr Orange had been standing 1 meter to the right he would have become an INTERNET LEGEND, and not just a character in another amusing video.
That is all.
I almost shat myself when it appeared on TR1. I'd never seen anything like it before.
Anyone who has ever worked at a meat processing factory would testify to that.
Then again, Amazon are a juicy target, and it has never been hard to get the hand-wringing, grauniad-reading, polenta-munching residents of Islington riled up. Even odds that our intrepid journalist is from the same set, the poor lamb.
I think not. Unlike men, women rarely boast that it's REALLY BIG.
See also Profanisaurus: wizard's sleeve
Whatever floats your boat...
Not convinced about there being one in every garage, but I could see self-service machines in supermarkets or DIY stores.
Outside of disk drives, where are all these lasers? Pointers don't count. Neither do sharks with lasers of the "frikkin" variety.
I love the stuff; others hate it. Truly the Marmite of teas.
Commentards are invited to express their feelings for the perfumed brew using the voting buttons. I genuinely have no idea what the result will be...
Phil caaan't caa-aatch, Phil caaan't caa-aaatch.
Who's to say they're NOT mining away.
But I think the real reason is it's like those spades sold during the gold rush referred to in the article. You're guaranteed a profit from selling spades/rigs; when mining you're subject to the vagaries of a volatile market, one where a total collapse in value is still a real risk.
These companies' PR people must live in a dingy, unconnected cellar (lit with scented candles, natch). Is this is a surprise to anyone?
The Ryanair / O'Leary Twitter Q&A is perhaps the only time I've seen one of these things work in the firm's favour. Presumably because Ryanair troll their customers 24/7 anyway.
Surely this level of incompetence deserves a jail term, not just a fine. (I suspect payment of any fine will be a long time coming as their business collapses in short order.)
"or will they charge extra"
HAHAHAHAHAHA. What do you think?