601 posts • joined Monday 30th July 2007 14:40 GMT
It looks like hybrid with fixed and optimal generating is the way to go...assuming those figures hold up.
Posted Wednesday 4th March 2009 16:36 GMT
" So was Hitler. Are you suggesting that he wasn't a fascist?"
Ah, the Strawman cometh.
Did you see me say that? No? That's because I didn't.
Perhaps you need to enable subtitles for the hard of thinking.
I am weary of all the bleats from the discredited left that we are Nazis, Racists, etc when they run out of brain early in the argument....everyone is someone else's' Racist/ Demon/ Nazi now...I don't even hear the words anymore.
I've tuned you out.
"universal use of LEDs in place of incandescent or fluorescent lights would cut the national 'leccy bill by 15 per cent."
Going to question that, I thought the savings would be higher.
The Prime Mentalist
My money's on largactil...is the list online yet?
"For chrissakes. It's called a typo. Sometimes they slip through."
The spelling on here looks like it came from a failing comprehensive called fuckwit central.
I'm not mailing any more corrections, because they don't get acted on anyway, and that nice Mr Lettice always used to send me a thank you note.
This thing's got a battery and an electric motor.
A "normal" bike has an engine with loads of moving parts and sensors, plumbing etc. and is way cheaper.
" Please correct this article as follows:
Date: Beginning of infinity to present time."
Can Infinity have a beginning?
So it's an Asus eee pc 1000, then.
Kudos BTW to Tony Smith for his excellent reviews on netbooks last year...they helped me make my final choice.
Her Ladyship unwrapped an Asus eee 1000 in white on Christmas day, and she loves it!
Just filling in the gaps
Near Field Communication or NFC, is a short-range high frequency wireless communication technology which enables the exchange of data between devices over about a 10 centimetre (around 4 inches) distance. The technology is a simple extension of the ISO 14443 proximity-card standard (contactless card, RFID) that combines the interface of a smartcard and a reader into a single device. An NFC device can communicate with both existing ISO 14443 smartcards and readers, as well as with other NFC devices, and is thereby compatible with existing contactless infrastructure already in use for public transportation and payment. NFC is primarily aimed at usage in mobile phones.
Rounded over top, earth, sorry, moon banked up around it..it's an Anderson shelter!
"My emotional needs seemed to be sated by a simple roll of the eyes.."
There's no way that is Sarah Bee.
And why has she got two shadows?
Hey, who turned out the lights?
What's wrong with that spelling? Am I missing something? Or did you mean squeamish people are sometimes sic? (sic)
HhhhhhggnnnnHHHH! Hnnnnngghhh!!! You bastard, you never told me that was a Phal...
The first time these cards show up online, won't their mac addresses give them away?
The Newman and Baddiel sarcasm sketches?
BT-He sacked lots of people there, too.
Pity he didn't get the twats who let phorm in.
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