15 posts • joined Friday 27th July 2007 10:00 GMT
@Dennis/DutchOven: It was a good review
"I doubt anyone else has seen this film. But everyone can relax. I am, in fact, amazed about how great Wolverine turned out. It exceeds expectations at every turn."
"powerful public interest"
Guy Fawkes used similar arguments, didn't he? Maybe now there's scope for some "change" in parliament....
Mines the one with suspicious wires dangling from pockets
Maybe if they were very solid objects, however instead they're quite fragile. LEO orbits are in the region of 8km/s, and these satellites are quite massy.
Get two meringue nests and smack them together really hard (clap your hands together while holding one in each). Now how many pieces do you have?
...considering the cost of the bleedin' stuff. Drop the UK prices to US price levels and our spending would nearly halve.
Mines the one with the PS3 in the pocket
How does it identify that content?
How does Google work out just what that content is except where such things have been directly posted to Google owned machines? A cynic might suggest that Chrome keeps a record and reports it back to Google....
@ Tiscali BB sucks
yep, although I just rang to get my MAC code and they (a) lowered my rental to £15, and (b) upgraded me to 8Mb/s true unlimited* while (c) not insisting on restarting a contract. Oh, and they gave me a tenner to boot.
Still a pants connection, will see if changing DNS improves things
*: The nice fella assured me that they only began monitoring on this tariff if I did 10GB/day Am waiting to see what the new Ts&Cs say
Get with the times, Mr Goodin:
His name's Christopher Paul Neil, 32, an English teacher from Canada.