Re: Hp Stream ?
+1 for "Penguistas". Made oi larf.
234 posts • joined 28 Mar 2012
+1 for "Penguistas". Made oi larf.
9-pin d-sub, 25 pin RS-232, DIN take your pick young padwan.
6.75lt volume with 1.5lt water. I've not found anything that big for pop, or cider.
Made for the American market...in Northern Ireland. Wanders off wondering why (British Govt subsidies perchance?)
. Thanks for the pointer. Googled it and just finished this little 114 page jem.
Whilst we're talking dimensions, has anyone else stumbled upon a short si-fy-ish story about a one dimensional "dot" who visited a 2 dimensional world where he met a line and they both travelled to a 3 dimensional world and, I forget what happened next....
Aaaah! I think I've found it thanks to later commentards. Have a pint.
Go rise Blackberry. You can shove my replacement iThngy where the sun don't shine. Give me back my Blackberry for work use.
Wot. Like "The IT Crowd"?
Man goes into a "Glasgow" cake shop, points at a cake, and says "Is that a macaroon or a meringue?"
Shopkeeper says "no you were right, it certainly is a macaroon"
She had already been arrested on another unspecified offence when she received the "cuffing" for the new possession/smuggling offence. Just for clarity.
Since the Periodic Table people aren't listening may I suggest Lemmy or Bowie or Fry. :)
As with all things, the consumer will pay, even on the free apps. Money only comes from consumers/citizens. PP
"narcissistic twonk". You Sir may have one of these and a +1. PP
You sir have a smart dog. :)
Borrow a couple from the South Coast to get you from N to S Queensferry or better still, Kirkaldy to Leith. PP
You're crackers M'Lady. :)
Brilliant link. I'll watch the follow ups too. Mindless idiots our politicians.
Wasn't the "Z" the only ship to make hits and escape the Chinese invasion of Pearl in "Red Sun"? (Can't check just now because Windows Kindle app has scrambled my copy of Red Sun).
Just have a convenient place for everything in the house and ensure, when not in use, that is where it is. Trust me. It becomes habit forming. :)
To "ink" is a verb if you're an Octopus or Cuttlefish...
We had one of those in an old paperwork style. Even had a code for going to the bog!
Well done Cumbria.
Can I be the 1st to register the domain name 95pstore.co.uk?
Ru' Perhaps the AI will run on the paperless Linux Desktops promised in the early 80s.
Upvote for mentioning my favourite Canuk. World class 1 liners.
Correct me if I'm wrong but Doctors assess situations, ask questions, perform diagnostics & propose courses of action. Sounds like IT & many other areas of engineering to me. ie IT'S A LIFE SKILL.
Different motivation Terry. :)
That's OK James. He's going to invite you and yours too, so ALL GOOD. Hmmmmm.
My moneys on France.
During my short but very pleasant education in Texas I was taught the when addressing a group the proper phrase is all y'all.
Correction. Acme Bomb. Beep Beep.
HOLY GRAIL Batman. Upvote.
Growing old is obligatory, growing up is totally optional. :)
Once we'd grown large enough to require something more organised that "floppy-net" we installed a DEC P60 Novel Server.
Locked in the room that served as the warehouse, hardwire into a switchless socket so no chance of accidentally turning it off or unplugging it.
Feeling pretty smug about power we couldn't understand why the server kept shutting down.
Turns out it coincided with tea & toast time. The hardwired "server" power was on the same ring as the kitchen.
New ring installed, UPS purchased.
I was taught Bye Bye Roger, Ooops! Oooh err missus.
uncovered my Amiga in the shed last weekend. Months of fun trying to achieve Elite status. It does have a colour screen but being in the AV biz, we preferred to use a 28" Barco CRT monitor. Elite for PC was rubbish by comparison at the time, even with state of the art Hercules Gfx boards.
Have an upvote good Sir for bringing this back. Funniest ad ever.
Upvote for the store manager. They put up with a lot, from below & above.
Have an upvote for the username..and one of these 'cause we are talking about Fridays.
I'm sure there are many variants of this Scottish(?) favourite. Corned Beef, root veg & of course onions. Prep & mash before pub. Micro on return. No lost fingers.
Pot, kettle, black. No one is innocent of the odd typo. Except of course me, phew this one time
Beware of tomatoes in toasted Cheese sandwiches, especially when under the influence. I'd vote for Cheese & Ham. Safer.
No I feel well tucked-up. Mine was £3.31. Sigh!
It can get pretty dangerous 20mtrs down too.
Don't watch the trailers, of anything.
I have. Pretty well rated on Amazon. The Kindle app even allows me to start reading it now.
Thank you Madmanwithabox. You've restored my faith in my fellow commentards . Shame on you previous posters missing that opportunity
You only have to be near your car with the keys to be knicked under "intent to commit an offence"
An SA friend of mine living in the UK opted to stay home & watch Ruby ( England vs Springboks) & consequently drink, lots, whilst his wife went shopping. She returned at full time so he went to empty the car whilst she got a cupa.
Naturally, he had the car keys & had quaffed a few.
Plod thought it in the best public interest to try & arrest him for intent to drive whilst under the influence
on his own driveway.