Re: rough end of a pineapple
Rough end of a ragman's trumpet, in some parts... ;)
3191 posts • joined 16 Jul 2007
Rough end of a ragman's trumpet, in some parts... ;)
Errrm that implies a couple of things surely...
1. Google isn't the infringer
2. The infringer can easily be found and presumably fined, hence revenue
Perhaps I misunderstood something there but it sounds like a cheap temp could google for stuff and find many 'infringers' for pursual each day.
Terrorists, Paedos and now the new ultimate horror - drones.
Strangely enough I just paid £263 for my insurance elsewhere when Tesco decided my renewal would be £530 instead of £370 due to an address change (to a 'nicer' area, too). Got the price from the opera-singing-now-robot company.
Which I consider pretty reasonable for fully comp with PNCD and legal for an XKR (hence why I don't want an acceleration/braking/cornering e-nanny).
When an insurance co puts their prices to silly levels I just assume it's cos they no longer want to cover your demographic any more, having focussed on a more 'profitable' one for that year. It all seems like a mahoosive scam anyway, imho, I'm sure these buggers all cahoot and collude together.
Seriously, I don't want an e-nanny. No thank you.
Even if it doesn't spaff all my data to some damned cloud I don't want a bot telling me it doesn't like my driving 'style' - the ruddy in-car camera is bad enough beeping at me when I go round corners too
fast 'enthusiastically' (as I believe BMW handbooks call it).
Well perhaps with luck, some of those 'public servants' who voted against having their own tax/financial records investigated might get the outcome they tried so eagerly to prevent after all.
To whit: Idiocracy
A tongue-in-cheek but sadly prescient film
Candygram for Mr Mongo ??
She's welcome to try but only because that means she'll have to get close enough to me so that I can punch her repeatedly in the face.
Tessie May personally opted out of the ECHR a long time ago, methinks. The 'HR' part, certainly.
Ah, is it ironic that irony is lost on the USA?
Irony++ ? Irony^2 ?
Not OK to 'steal' (duplicate, actually) what you wouldn't pay for but then, where's my refund when the film I just watched in the cinema was NOWHERE NEAR as good as the intentionally misleading trailer suggested?
Hmmm advertising standards, perhaps?
Just checked - you get less for Manslaughter with anything other than 'Low Provocation'...
So the MAFIAA are obviously more important than human life - of course we already knew this, naturally.
qui.moi surely? ;)
I'd expect a totally fudged answer that points in the direction of the truth but from the imagination of professional liars and inveiglers.
He should be compelled to provide his sampling methodology publicly, also, esp if he's only doing 'one run' at the figures.
Wasn't that the high energy emission/flinging-off of particles 'stuck' to the front of an Alcubierre warp bubble upon deceleration/deactivation of the bubble.
Seem to remember El Reg had an article some time ago about it.
It won't matter, no-one will want to consult/contract for Gov't in a year's time when the IR35-by-the-customer thing comes into effect.
Downside is they'll still not have the staff, either...
And none too few of them in the USA with taxpayer-funded employment
Except getting the chequebook out for compo
They should at least refund the previous year to those customers at the bare miminum.
Maybe they shouldn't have snorted all their milliions up their noses or whatever the hell they did with it if they're now in the poorhouse.
Whining (still) and becoming a Country & Western act (or are they back on heavy rock now?) really doesn't help their case at all.
Just a Terry Gilliam style Monty Python cardboard cutout could work?
A router would seem most likely ?
Which would still be Boaty McBoatface if they were honest about it ;o)
And then make sure all their safety equipment has rotating parts in it. Please.
While we're at it, remove 'Warning sharp' from kitchen knife packaging...
Let's give Darwin's principles a good run at the lot of them.
Brings to mind Hot Black Desiato (?) who would broadcast his gigs from orbit to listeners in hardened bunkers on the planet below cos he was so loud, iirc
Well it's not like they're skint or anything, for sure
Well, someone had to say it...
"American Democracy" like it's something distinct from "Actual Democracy".
Oh. I see now...
They lost me to SONY for the SD card reason, the Z5 is proving a fantastic device
But I think it's very unfair to poo-poo this event
As the meme goes.
That would seem to be missing out the production costs of the fossil fuel and its distribution to filling stations?
Yet Flash is OK?
Hmmm... MJ works for Adobe perchance?
Presumably with a case-by-case unlocking tool for the FBI..
Oh hang on, he was just an ordinary armed lunatic American, not a 'terrorist'
The typo is strong with this one, methinks
Strong encryption is our friend, is it?
But what about all the paedos, terrorists and stuff we were supposed to be terrified of last week?
How many fucks you give....
I feel yours plus mine may total the same figure!
That's his MOUTH???
Wait till the next truly international version.. MI6 ;o)
I did almost have a little sympathy until I read down to their name. Stopped caring so rapidly it was almost relativistic.
It is coming...
The righteous shall all be NOM'd and the delicious meatiness shall abound!
With brandy-infused brown sauce, natch :oP
EVERY day of the week!
Although it's already grabbed your contacts and silo'd them, presumably Marshmallow lets you bar it from your contacts in the future? Though given how whatsapp works that's likely less than useful :o/
Will be good to bar FB app from contacts and location, though.
Seems that the terrorists have 'won' in the US already, by a long chalk.
Assuming you don't go the false flag route which then means the gov't/iluminati/etc have won instead.
I therefore amend my earlier assessment, then, to:
Illiterate, Grinchy, Skidiot Morons