16 posts • joined Thursday 5th July 2007 12:31 GMT
today's concept tomorrow's common sense
i like the concept, in that, you can store 100s or maybe 1000s of ebooks in a small card and save up all the space at home... law, medicine, engineering etc wud definitely benefit from it.. the practical applications are nearly endless..
i wud give it another year or 2 and then maybe purchase "iread" from apple and subscribe to their "ibooks"..
I'm wondering how many of his beauties he would try to fit into the flying harem... its sure gonna be a bumpy ride from him....
.. might as well offer tokyo to paris
its so depressing.. only 2 additional stories in odds n sods today... come on el reg.. wheres ur professionalism.. u guys shud know that i refresh this page about every 10 mins during my ...er valuable, productive, n creative hours.. to keep abreast with latest technological trends.. only to realize that theres nothing happening out there.. dont you disappoint me...
am sure peta must have shit in their pants and farted atleast 1000 times before sending a letter to those al guys...
human rights n peta function only in a calm and peacful democracies.. those bunch of infertile retards have no guts to raise their voice in an unfriendly territory..
as for the felines...save the lions and shoot the cats.... my 2 cents... naah.. make it a $
offering a helping hand
the way i see it streeter was just being helpful by opening the door to the loo and letting the ms. take a leak..
the ms. shud count her blessings else she wud be washing her undergarments in front of the romp later..and maybe pay the fine for spoiling the hotel's carpet
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