Perhaps it makes more sense like this
Hodor, Hodor Hodor Hodor
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Hodor, Hodor Hodor Hodor
Well, those Islamic State fundy hacker types do seem to be mellowing in their old age, I must say. Cos the US would never lie to anyone or use unrelated events intentionally build pretexts for retaliation against states they don't like, right?
It'll perhaps turn your leccy off in the dead of winter, too.
Purely for your own safety, obviously.
DLNA NAS + Smart TV - both pretty common things these days - the wifi router is a given.
Going to end up like the Golgafrinchams in the HHG series...
We'll get wiped out by an asteroid and they'll all be on Mars being vapid at each other as the last remnants of the human race. Are there any Hairdressers or Telephone Sanitisers in the candidates...?
Not forgetting Rule 71
"It would be terrible for you and your family if these images ever found their way onto the Internet, Judge."
Eh? the license fee is being reduced???
Somehow I doubt that's the funding cut that's meant
To your 18yr old brother/babysitter/etc renting The Thing from Blockbuster and letting the kid watch it, in essence.
Hardly John Carpenter's fault, etc
(Yes THAT version of The Thing)
Like someone who has snout firmly in trough.
In fact I think he even had a bit of something still stuck on the end of his nose, while he was effectively saying he was gleefully exploiting a loophole.
OK for them, not for us, he certainly seemed to think he was much more equal than everyone else.
DDOSing with a cheapo rented script 733t-h4xx0r1ng it
That is why I now use 'Cameron' as the C word.
e.g. "Jesus, that guy last night in the bar. What an utter fucking Cameron"
Would be interesting to see it gain far wider use before the elections...
Are Dave and Theresa
Or, as I watched last night... Under The Skin with Scarlett Johansson. Utter tosh.
I say "watched".. more like scanned through on 10x after 20 mins to see if anything ever happened other than SJ getting her kit off. Got to the end though, all the same, which is more than a few films achieve in our house.
An interesting idea for measurement but surely utterly dependant on the assumption that the referenced work has been previously watched by the person consuming it?
If they're never seen Star Wars (I know, I know, but bear with... ;o) then the title of this post would simply be taken as the English it's written in with no mental images of Obi Wan, and so forth.
So interesting as an idea but ultimately flawed.
That I'm at least minded to vote this year - I never really think there's anything to vote FOR in the UK as they're all largely feckless, backhander-trousering, mendacious, self-serving, manipulative bastards.
That Cameron twunt, though, he's in a league of his own to the extent I feel the need to vote.
I think Jacques Cousteau (or his descendants) might have something to say there.
That the results in the post were skewed by using a cheap Netgear switch instead of a nice expensive managed switch from the likes of Juniper or Cisco.
And why the hell did they not use fibre interconnects for the LAN, too?
Perhaps because it would be injurious to a career to say it wasn't the Norks just after your prez has announced sanctions against them on this very pretext.
Annoyed I was also, young
Thank heaven for LBP3, Velocity2x and Pure Pool :o)
Though I'm willing to bet he has a 10-year old brother, as per the comical Radio5(?) interview. Anyone else listen to that?
They sounded like a bunch of bored, somewhat privileged, disorganised dickheads who have problems meeting girls via anything beyond ethernet.
I said to the wife at the time, "That guy with the English accent, he sounds like he thinks he may have fucked up badly, got out of his depth. He'll be the one they grab first to get the rest."
I'd rather be him, though, than the ones that get nicked in the US-of-A. Perhaps he'll just get extradited anyway.
I should imagine Lockheed, Northropp, Raytheon, General Dynamics, et al are already tendering for 'work' that may come from this.
Which is why I suspect MS paid that hefty sum for Skype... they got a contribution from the NSA toward the purchase on condition they neutered it, as wasn't it previously untappable before then ?
And Snow Tigerskin carpeting
You will, Oscar, you will
- Monty Python
Except their policies probably have clauses saying you will not defame or otherwise impune the good character of the insurer.
The gopsters just uprated themselves from 'Corporate nuisance' to 'Terrorists' meaning they now have a whole new TLA department interested in them in the good ole US of A
Perhaps that thinking wasn't quite as clear as it could have been (or they trust their anonymiser way too much)
It's just the pretext for their powers, not the reason.
And just cos...
The lunatics are in the hall.
The lunatics are in the hall.
The paper holds their folded faces to the floor,
And every day the paper boy brings more
The Gov't kickback money laundering dept, in other words, presumably.
And use YATSE remote control for it, too, on your phone/tablet
I stuck with my S4 as it's a very good phone and the S5 was not a compelling upgrade proposition. S5 is a good phone but only for people moving from, say, S3 type devices or lower.
Sticking Cyanogenmod on the S4 has magically given it towards 50% extra battery life, too, so yeah, bloat-averse here, too, though Cyanogenmod does feel a bit basic in some screens by comparison.
You know what? If just ONE of the whiners was actually cleverer than this guy....
Oh but then they'd easily be smart enough not to whine about some contrived bullshit they imagined in their own self-important/needy/attention-seeking little heads, wouldn't they.
Apparently they get miffed if you tell them there's more sources of information in the world beyond their manifesto.
Eye for an Eye
Destroying the planet
Sleeping with your best mate's wife then having him sent off to be killed
Murdering your brother
(Nearly) Sacrificing your children
Death of the First Born
Ohhh... they mean the NEW Testament? My bad. Let's not count the Old bit then. Troll icon to placate anyone who thinks I'm not entirely serious.
Possibly hence the ice screws, then, doubling up as an acoustic coupler
Sonar? In space?
Makes you wonder if gov't operatives are canvassing major vc's and shareholders to seed the idea that their investment will wither if they don't demand unencrypted data pipelines from their vested interests..
Certainly somewhere near the start of the CIA/NSA standard playbook, I'm sure. (And why do many US programs depict the CIA operating VERY domestically all the time?)
And burner phones
Oh that poor, defenceless, frightened nation.
Whenever we watch 'The News' in our house (UK), we say 'Let's check what we should be frightened of today'. There was first frost this morning, so presumably it will be 'The Coldest Winter Ever'. Again.
Having said that, though, one of our guys is very late in this morning as he takes the train so....
Which would then be acknowledging a vulnerability in the system
At least it may have the unintentional side-effect of making real physical autographed media more valuable, now that they've destroyed any virtual value an autograph may have stood a chance of having
"We continue to look for the patterns, connections and abnormalities that indicate Illuminati hostile capability and intent"
Cos everyone enjoys a good conspiracy
I think the digital distro of an act's music has it's own contract/rates/variant on physical media these days, so the artist(s) are probably backshafted by design there, too.
So, actually given the choice, only about half the number of your involuntary customers will buy U2 over a whole decade.
Is that what he's trying to say?
That they weren't themselves being trolled in the responses? Especially as they possibly looked for some fairly prolific ones and asked them to participate!
I'd have thought something like 'If they're willing to gain illegal access (as in if a member of public tried that shit on) to a machine then what proof do they have that they didn't plant the evidence there to entrap the defendant?' would be an approach.
Which, I suspect, is none.