1105 posts • joined 10 Apr 2012
Re: He's right but for the wrong reason
"The problem with America is stupidity. I'm not saying there should be a capital punishment for stupidity, but why don't we just take the safety labels off of everything and let the problem solve itself?"
There is more than enough people on this planet. What needs to happen is giving birth should become a privilage and not a right. Drug users, the professionally unemployed, drunks and the general dead weights of society shouldn't be breeding but if you look at society we reward them with massive child support payments for their little hordes of car thieves and vandals.
Re: All it takes...
".. is for less intelligent people to breed faster and leave more offspring than more intelligent people."
Intelligent people plan for their children such as education and upbringing and as such only have one or two children normally.
Stupid people have happy hour.....
Smart people are fighting a losing battle
"If the Athenians were so great how come they didn't have Playstations?"
Because they didn't have Playstations...
"I vaugely remember a short story about explorers encountering a sole planet so far away from other stars that the inhabitants were amazed that the universe contained anything more than just them. Wish I could remember what it was called."
Well it wasn't the Bible then....
"If their pee is strong enough to power a generator I suggest they probably ought to be drinking more water."
And less vodka
Re: Already been asked
They won't give the money to you. They promised it to me. They said your guy was a liar and a thief but my guy is a former priest and swore an oath to god to never lie
Heading translation "one in four Brits are morons"
Re: Who needs pr0n
"When you have a whole house full of "wives", you are LIVING pr0n."
No a suitcase of case and a hotel room full of hookers is living porn. A whole house of wives is living hell
Re: Not just over there, sadly
Australia is just as bad with it porn blocking firewall. Luckily they dropped the idea (for now) but not before Telstra and other providers installed it
Re: Human integrated Windows? Noooooo
Blue face of death
Re: They're stretching the definition of a VPN to breaking point
No, prey seems right...
Re: Love these lawyers
A law firm not far from me. Vile, Vile and Vile
"You have to either accept patents and protection of IP or not - but think it would kill innovation if we discarded them completely. You ask the average Joe in the street and they would say the Samsung device was near-enough a copy as it is. No one is saying they can't make a tablet but realistically there is a difference between making one and copying one."
Have you seen Apple's patents? They're total crap. Slide to unlock. Rounded corners. Bounce back. Two or more fingers on a touch screen.
Stuff like that shouldn't be allowed to be patented.
Patents are required to protect inventions, not eye candy, not the obvious.
Don't forget the one million she needs to help with the "pain and suffering". The casino would have to cheat by gouging out her eyes
What a total crock
Re: He's got some work to do to beat human fingers though
Yeah but the machine won't eat them while doing it
Re: There's only one explanation
It's like a rerun of "Superhero Squad"
Odds are the closest footage he gets is a couple of hairy rednecks getting frisky in the woods
Is it just me?
Or is Apple getting bitchslapped from every direction?
Maybe going thermonuclear wasn't such a good idea.....
Re: @Rampant Spaniel
"Just because you can does *NOT* mean you should."
Just because they shouldn't doesn't mean they won't
Just assume any pictures you take will be seen publically before you whip the camera out.
"And just to head off the posters who I'm fairly sure are at this moment furiously typing, "She deserved it for being dumb enough to have the pictures on her phone!" - why? You have a reasonable expectation of the privacy of your data just as you do the stuff you keep in your desk drawers at home. If you wouldn't want a cable tv tech to rifle through your filing cabinet, there's no reason to condemn anyone for having what is essentially the same thing done to them."
Yep, she was dumb. In fact taking nude pictures of yourself on a whole is dumb. The TV cable guy shouldn't go through your drawers but what if he does? What if your ex boyfriend gets pissed off with you? What if your computer gets a zombie virus? House broken into. Computer techs and on and on.
Anyone taking nude photos of themselves and/or sex tapes risks themselves. Don't be so god damn stupid.
Re: Let me put on my rocket scientists hat a second....
And believe it or not, some people are just that stupid.
The Cloud Industry
If something was to kill the cloud this would be it.
The government has basically said they can take any servers because someone has done something illegal using it and all the legit users have no rights to get their files back. Microsoft's Skydrive, Google Drive and iCloud have just started looking shaky
Karma is a bitch
Ethiopians the other cheap meat
Ethiopians, for when Indians become too expensive. Hopefully they speak english better than the Indians when we ring Microsoft.
Total waste of time
Right up there with chastity pledges.
What stand are people suppose to take? The trolls want people to take a stand and get offended. Best defence is not to feed the trolls.
Re: Oh the Irony!
Trolls were around long before Apple started trolling. It's just Apple's trolling has made trolling news worthy
Lets look at prior art.... Ummmmm the whole freaking internet is based on messaging between different carriers
Someone just shoot the stupid patent office for granting this crap.
Who said less on patents? Less actual research more patenting the obvious. It works better than actual research
Re: Bank loses money in Vegas?
Reminds me of a quote
"Give a man a gun and he will rob a bank. Give a man a bank and he will rob the world"
Re: Hotlinking - not 'linking'
"Google News is actually hotlinking (which the article fails to mention). That is, they steal the images, headline and first paragraph/excerpt from the news article and displays it on their news site."
You're an idiot!
Google does the same for every last item in it's index, not just news sites. I can search for images in Google Images. I can search for videos in Google Videos. People pay companies to get Google to index their sites.
It Google didn't "Steal" images and text from website, just imaging the search engine. The news page would be link after link called News and you'd have to click it just know what it was about.
If you got what you wanted Google would have to pay every last site on the internet for the priviledge of indexing their site.
I can see why you went AC. Man you are thick!
If the French didn't want Google to link then they could add a no follow to robots.txt. They want Google to link them but they think they can screw Google as well. They just want to see how far they can push their luck until Google pulls the plug on them.
Re: Just Do It
"I'd say it's a big gamble for Google - if they do it (often enough), they run the risk of getting some fairly severe backlash, but they can't back down having made the threat"
What backlash? The French making it illegal for Google to unlink them? You can't force them to link and then tax them for it.
This is exactly like a shop keeper taxing the local council for supplying a road to their store. The council says "Bugger you. We'll rip the road up then" and the shop keeper crying that he's being extorted by the council. Talk about biting the hand that feeds you.
Personally I agree with Google. Bugger paying the frogs for the privilage of sending people to their websites.
Just Do It
Google should stop threatening the French and just do it. Once all French newspapers disappear from Google, the whole idea of link taxes will disappear. It won't hurt Google much but will hurt the papers.
At least he died happy
Re: @Cowboy Jake
Sorry. Women and Brokeback Mountain yanks use irons. I stand corrected
I though only women use irons?
Alpha brainwaves also make you use words like Pwned but you're too pro to care what the noobs think.
Take that Wikileaks!
The female laptop only runs ebay and facebook
“We did surveys and focus groups with customers and their voice was overwhelming,” Reed said. “They wanted one single thing: they did not want us to change anything. Period.”
“Nothing at all. Zero. Zip.”
MYOB's networking is crap. You can't run over wireless and the slightest network error causes the entire system to crash. The datafiles are bloated and no real archiving to shrink them back down. The form designer is a total pain to use.
I can think of several things they could change
"Rural areas should get improved infrastructure, but it shouldn't be a high priority. It should come later when it's cheaper and not have a lot of money poured into it."
When does digging a hole and laying fiber get cheaper? When they invent robots to do it?
At some point they need to dig up the copper and lay fiber and it's not getting any cheaper.
Re: Sorry, but with lawmakers, bad drivers etc..
Yes you can but the side effects are fatal
Cause in Australia, you can get charged for using the earpiece while driving.
You can also get charged for talking on a phone while pushing a pram or riding in a horse draw carriage
Welcome to the nanny state
Re: Isn't this the law in the Republic of Ireland?
In Victoria you can be charged with pressing the button on a blue tooth earpiece as it's considered part of the phone.
A bloke got charged and fought it claiming he was scratching his ear.
The sooner Google gets it's self drive vehicles in so the roadside tax collectors can bugger off the better
"In a democracy you have free speech. Well in Australia we don't, but we're not really a democracy, we're a parlimentary monarchy."
Actually in Australia, we're a two party communist goverment system. You get to vote for one of two parties but both are identical.
Re: Reverse tactics
It's a total waste of time. By the time you can read the cop's plates, you're already screwed
Re: Only a flesh wound
Did you get any cool super powers?
We get their tourists, they get ours. Seems fair.
Wiener also forgot to mention that France's three strike laws also disincentified the public from paying for the content as well.
Piracy went down but actual sales also went down.
Re: No big shock really
"Really? Really, really? Dried seahorse has evidence to support its use? Which journal was that published in? And tiger bits etc?"
Don't knock tiger wang until you've tried it
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