Traditional EU response
Keep voting until we get the right result!
Lisbon Treaty/Ireland anyone?
466 posts • joined 30 Mar 2012
Keep voting until we get the right result!
Lisbon Treaty/Ireland anyone?
True - I give it three weeks before stability returns. Once the gamblers have screwed every last penny of profit they can from the instability.
Then it will be business as usual when everyone has worked out the sky hasn't fallen.
Oh you mean AXXXL Rose!
Or did you mean shot?
Nah, I had moved into a Suzanne Vega phase by that point -
My employer has a similar 90 day policy.
I find it easiest to keep the first half of the password constant and the second half the name something current to me.
I ran through work/rest/play as the 2nd half over most of 1 year, closed out the year with mars....
I've found I can revert to the start of the password list every time I get a new laptop though so it must be local hashstore rather than at network level.
Nah - tried something like that a few years ago -
Iron oxide, aluminium powder and magnesium ribbon all ordered in the space of 5 mins through ebay.
No knock on the door - other than the postie - the iron oxide jiffy wouldnt fit therough the letterbox.
Luckily the post time meant I sobered up before removing the tree stump next to the fence with the thermite....
It also 100% matches what you see driving past - I go past there after dropping the dog off at daycare.
It's really not that interesting a view during rush hour.
Email your reasoning to yourself. Then you can pick it up in the morning.
Or have 3 glasses of whisky and email it to your boss and HR for added amusement.
The Landie will survive a crash quite nicely - in a way similar to an Israeli tank.
Just hose it out and the next driver is good to go.
Anyone know if this fixes the issue with managed apps in Mobileiron that was introduced in 9.2?
The Percy Arms in Newcastle used to sell that under the name "Duckhams Hypergrade"
That would be the amount of energy released in a total conversion of mass to energy.
The bolts travel fairly slowly (compared with light speed) but still probably comparable with firearms say 1km/sec.
Kinetic energy is 1/2 mv^2 so 1Kg at 1,000 ms^-1 is half a million Joules.
or about 120000 calories in old money - probably Jabba's daily intake.
I believe kidneys are an asset, with a real sale value. I recommend the court forces sale of these.
As are lungs, liver, heart....
Sorry, forgot it was a lawyer, so no heart.
As I have said before:
We can strip mine the other planets later!
If you are unable to find a link to TPB on your own that bypasses any game of wackamole, then maybe El Reg is not the news organ for you. May I suggest the Daily Fail?
It would be if they hadn't offered to let customers leave early because of the price rise.
Why they had rolled out encryption in 2015 per annual report - signed by Dodo no less, yet she seems unaware of this and the why it did nothing?
Surprised the Borders Agency didn't make the cut.
The MOD Plod relevant?????? They've never been relevant.
Must resist drug joke....
Meh, windows 95 installs were easy ... as long as you remembered to shed blood inside the case before you closed it.
Blood sacrifice - never fails.
What do you mean "going"?
I give her three working days.
Only reason she has full support of the board is none of them want to be the public face of clearing up this mess.
It's more anything they can to make is feel more afraid of terrorism/paedos etc so we call for them to take away what is left of our freedom.
I'm not known for my green credentials (snort) but I have had good results bottle conditioning in polycarbonate soft drink bottles. They can take up to 100psi ISTR.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Reanimate.
Better to reuse than recycle, and as turbo cider can get to 12% with a wine yeast you reduce your consumption!
Plus the hangover can be a little like the living dead so the reanimate is covered too!
So does Turbo Cider.
As a Coeliac I miss real beer
From the 2015 annual report ( http://www.talktalkgroup.com/investors/reports/2015.aspx) :
4. Data and cybersecurity
Potential impact: Failure to prevent the loss or exploitation of personally identifiable or
commercially sensitive information could result in loss of competitive advantage,
regulatory fines, damage to the brand,and ultimately, churn.
Mitigation: The Group continually reviews and seeks best practice external guidance on its data and cyber security capability and invests in and implements new solutions, both to prevent and detect incidents. TalkTalk continues to adopt the Ten Steps to Cyber Security as a control
framework for mitigating key areas of risk. Progress is monitored via the in house Data Council, which convenes monthly and is chaired by the Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In FY15, key initiatives including the encryption of hardware and removable media , a data loss prevention solution, vulnerability scanning and penetration testing have been completed. A new Head of Security has also been appointed to establish and oversee the new Security Operations Centre, the activities of which have been outsourced to cyber security experts BAe systems.
So either they lied in their annual report or the head of security/BAe needs a kick up the arse.
Excellent system shock reference!
Sounds suspiciously like Cheese: possessed as used to featured in British Army ratpacks.
If you were lucky you got one marked Cheese removed.
Nope always called them Bribes and Expenses
SWMBO and I are moving house soon - to an area not serviced by Vm. (Had very few problems with Vm over the last 10 years - YMMV).
We are actively considering (trying to work out who will shaft us least) between the major TV/BB/phone suppliers left.
TalkTalk are now definitely off the list.
7.62x51 Nato "less massive" than 9x19P?
Clue: 51mm long....
9mm weighs in around 120 grains, 7.62 Nato around 240 grains.
Back to school please.
That's a bit lo-tech.
The truly l337 go with a catheter running straight to the bath drain.
Icon: its not for sale - jut for rent.
Nobody move! I've finally got a stable 4G connection!
Are you certain you wouldn't like to put some spin on it?
I'm uncertain whether that is possible.
Wonder what the impact is of this plugging it in to a car media centre?
Is the car bricked, or just the ICE (In Car Entertainment) unit?
What happens if it is plugged in when the car is moving at 70 mph?
I would imagine the same way as you would seed a cloud for any other form of precipitation - just on a larger scale.
I'm willing to go by the throwing a die. roll a 1 or a 2 and you're fertilizer.
Not that this would be breeding humanity for luck...
Thats mine with a copy of Ringworld in the pocket.
This kind of implies that the only thing that negatively impacts wildlife is the presence of humans.
Not even the acts of humans - just the presence.
Act of humans - poison Chernobyl - long term effect negligible.
Remove humans from Chernobyl - long term uptick in wildlife.
Now can we remove an entire useless third of our population?
The order of the coloured pens is detailed in a separate manual - denoting the grade of the wearer.
I believe PSA use ECUs built by that implied manufacturer of green garden tools who allegedly spied on Dyson?
I thought a smoke test was "Plug it in, see if it catches fire."
Then how would it tell it wasn't on an American road?
Of course we need to cater for those members of society who's lifestyle embraces Sado-Masochism, bestiality and necrophilia.
Well done Sir, for going public with your life choices!
and the Academy Award for special effects goes to the new female stormtrooper armour. errr I mean episode 7...