Whew. At least compo to the bereaved seems cheaper than redesigning shit....
3209 posts • joined 16 Jul 2007
Whew. At least compo to the bereaved seems cheaper than redesigning shit....
And that crazy hag Theresa May
I don't remember the Book of Brachiosaurus from the New Testament... did Jesus have any Dinosaur Disciples?
Oh, what methodology is he using to arrive at ~2,000 years, too? Hope it's not some kind of 'Science'.
-- Velociraptor 13:8
Ohhhhhh then it might EAT THEM!!!!
Unless it were a herbivore I guess but it might think they were walking plants for just long enough, their IQ fits the idea...
I bet he has a mobile phone though, which only works cos of quantum and relativistic science...
(plus a good dash of the traditional electromagnetic variety, too)
How about 'Has your preacher ever told you the sun will rise tomorrow? No, because there's NO DOUBT about it'
At least some of the more thoughtful ones might get it.
`I refuse to prove that I exist,' says God, `for proof denies faith, and without faith I am nothing.'
-- Douglas Adams
(But the Babel fish was a dead giveaway...)
Darwin wrote 'A Book', too
That they didn't sue before given how publicly Occulus have been conducting their business.
Oh hang on, now they're WORTH suing. Now there's a troll law they could make... 10% reduction in award per year you've known about the defendant's actions while not pursuing them.
Yup. Given that there's about 260 working days in a year if you never take a day off then 700 bugs killed in 1040 days seems pretty snappy unless they have a very large number of devs.
And naturally it'll have no opt-out flags pre-scraped from anywhere a la TPS or MPS. Excellent.
Yet another justification for leaving my phone to bin CLI-withheld or unknown numbers to voicemail.
Unlike a second hand one previously owned by a parent for oh, say, 15 minutes ?
Thumbs up for Zappa (hmm... hints of Dynamo Hum in there)
Noah & Exodus God and Kings are a bloody challenge.
Especially if you're expecting anything more than 'loosely based upon' the religious yarns of yore.
You can just see the bitch, gleefully dancing around the coalition corpse.
Already done by default, surely.
Just needs a buffer search
nuff said ?!?!?!?!
You have to be trusted
By the people that you lie to
So that when they turn their backs on you
You'll get the chance to
Put. The. Knife. In.
Come in here, dear boy, have a cigar - you're gonna go far
We're so happy we can hardly count
Presumably self-certs wouldn't be trusted (or very trusted) so everyone would have to buy certs for pretty much every domain ?
Not that I find myself buying certs very often, which likely shows, but seeing as self-cert is generally a no-no for trust, Thawte and their ilk (and shareholders) must be getting the bandwagon ready to jump on this.
Surely if someone tells them it's hurting Big Media's profits they'll take action in a trice...
That'd be the JizzBangle, surely...
And with that I bid you all a fine weekend
But oh no, you can't have the power to revoke permissions to apps in (unrooted) Android, which is increasingly ludicrous as time goes by, especially given the popular demand for the feature.
That remains one of Android's hugest fails and irritates the hell out of me whenever something like this pops up, which is hardly infrequent.
Yep, might be a SONY Z5 (or whatever) when my S4 upgrade comes round (I skipped the S5 as it didn't seem much of a step up). My Z2 tab is *so* good I've already preordered the Z4 tab and the current Z3 phone seems have received much praise so maybe my phone money won't be going to Samsung next time round either.
It's more about his stated ostensible 'desire to do good in the world' than his personal bank account, I should imagine.
"288 million active monthly accounts"
287 million active monthly accounts. FTFY.
I imagine any MAFIAA lawyer would briskly point out that you own the physical material that was in the shrinkwrap but you license the content thereon, making you a supporter of terrorists and perhaps someone who would steal a car in their opinion, should you feel a need to make your entertainment more 'portable'.
Bollocks to them, all the same, though, regardless of their hard-bought legal technicalities.
The music industry has just caught up with 2003 ?
Expect, if it ever happens, excessive prosecution use of language like 'Secrets', 'Enemies', 'Endangering', 'National Security Interests', 'un-American' and 'Homeland' in such a trial.
With any of the above being used as an excuse to persecute or withhold information as deemed convenient.
So, despite having one put him in hospital and being frightened of them, he still bought another one? (Or got it on insurance).
Not sure whether that says more about the apple demographic or the brand power.
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)