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how does that workwith lesbian porn?
You can never be sure who came first.
Chuck Norris can't time travel
He just kicks the Earth into the future.
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Where can I complain
about the hideous image you've just inserted into my head?
they mean Simplified Chinese as in the modification of the traditional Chinese writing system developed for use in the PRC. (That last bit being, I suspect, significant).
they gave up on Crysis comparability when they decided to go for a tablet form factor.
I'm also sure that the Earth would recover from humans breaking the climate - after it eliminated the cause that is.
everything that goes into space automatically becomes radioactive and as a bonus if it's living it acquires super-powers.
Or just use a sacrificial camera glued to the top plate. It's not like decent quality webcams are expensive these days.
If you really believe that surgery is a requirement you need to to some research on what I believe are correctly described here as specialist websites.
Executive summary: gender is about a lot more than whether you have a vagina or penis or what clothes you choose to wear.
You might be right
about the Powermat. If so that means it isn't doing induction charging right. The touchstone on the other hand is induction charging done right. It answers all four of your points.
1. It needs a PSU ,yes. but what charger doesn't and this one's the size of a C cell.
2. It's slightly less portable but there's nothing stopping you taking just the plugpack and USB cable.
3. It takes up less desk space than the phone itself.
4. The plugpack plugs into the mains socket. The USB cable connects it to the charging stand. No mains cable needed.
You can call me lazy but tracking down the end of a USB cable (especially when the whole thing has decided to disappear behind the table) is a daily ritual I can do without. Plus when my phone is sitting on the charger it turns into a very nice bedside clock.
Yes, I'm enthusiastic about the technology. But since it's turned keeping my phone charged from one of those constant annoyances of modern life to something I just don't think about, I think I have good reason to be.
Flash in a pan - hardly
She's around 30, been a model for over half her life and been Australia's best known model for maybe half that. The thing is - she's a professional - she doesn't do phone slinging tantrums or coke-fueled binges which is probably why you've never heard of her. And why El Reg will never name a special project after her. At least I hope not.
they didn't need the glow-in-the-dark gene for 'tracking' - they were just after the free publicity.
Defacing a web site
is no more terrorism than teaching children that they'll burn in hell if they think "bad" thoughts.
Oh wait. I think I'll need to adjust my analogy.
I've said it before
But obviously someone who has just piloted a spacecraft across 300000 km of space and put it down safely at the designated landing site wouldn't have the technical ability to take an in-focus and properly-framed photograph.
As I understand it
that the problem with quantum computers - you get the right answer(s) along with the all the wrong ones, hence the need for a secondary non-quantum computer to sort it all out.
Only if you're turning Japanese
Mine's the one with the early eighties compilation CD in the pocket.
"unmanned ocean-going robots"
Wouldn't a "manned" robot be a sexbot?
is a colour Palm Pilot. We're just arguing about size.
re:RE "Who would want to target Iranians?
So you're suggesting that the Iranian Government uses Gmail and Google Docs to do it's secret business. Seriously, even if they did, the CIA, NSA, whatever must have a dozen more effective and less clumsy (meaning you will never find out about them) methods to snatch the information.
And yes, the Iranian Government certainly does monitor it's own networks. But here's the thing: the Iranian opposition movement contains some very smart people and there are a lot of them. The Ayatollahs' boys aren't fully in control and they know it. This is just the sort of stunt they are likley to try.
Who would want to target Iranians?
The Iranian Government, perhaps.
You have to admit
jumping up and down like an idiot in front of a herd of mammoths in the hope that they will all pile over a cliff is a pretty sexy line of work - on a par with being James Bond I'd think.
It saves confusion.
And a good thing too
If I've gone to the trouble of constructing a query to specify the results I'm looking for, I don't want the search engine second guessing me.
Not in Australia.
That reminds me
of an episode of Lois and Clark where some shyster acquired super powers and began advertising his services by means of crappy commercial on late night TV.
As Supes had to point out to him, that's not how it's done.
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