One solitary upvote. My guess is it's from Mrs. Stevie
2022 posts • joined 28 Aug 2007
One solitary upvote. My guess is it's from Mrs. Stevie
Whether they were paid, paid for it or no money exchanged hands, if they signed a model release then tough titties.
Something any woman considering a personal boudoir style session should be aware of. Most contracts give the photographer rights of reproduction even though the woman requested the shoot and paid for it.
Do you have to send them a photo of yourself naked?
And if it was taken quite a few years ago you might have to photoshop out a few wrinkles or get a retro hair do.
Think you're going to get away with that.
No, not quite, never seen the ad and even now I'm not the slightest bit intereted in seeing it. Anything that can be shown on UK TV is not worth getting worked up about and in any event will be a let down after I let my imagination run riot with the description given in the article. Who needs TV?
Woah, paranoid or what. Someone posted a picture of you and now you're being stalked by facebook. Do you get targetted advertising, do they tag your photo to what you like or have ordered online. No, I didn't thinkk so. I'd suggest you un-friend in real life whoever posted the picture.
You sign up - you opt-in. Don't want the crap don't use it.
Want to use it then at least get to know what you're agreeing to. That's what makes sense, not disavowing your personal responsibility and blaming someone else because you're so caught up in the social media frenzy you can't think for yourself.
It would be interesting to know the percentage of takers for the NSFW version and if they thought they would be subscribing to some hot kitty action.
I was going to say what's wrong with a bottle of HP but realised, lamentably, that is now also Hollandish sauce.
You're a mind reader. My exact thought was, a Renault with loads of electronics, what could possibly go wrong?
Fantastic engines, probably thanks to F1, but the rest???
And yes I have owned one but I must say in my defence it was because a brother-in-law who worked for them got a discount, even so I wouldn't get another.
I blame this on the dumbing down of drinking skills. Is noone adept at the art of auto-pilot any more? That skill that gets you home no matter how much you've had to drink, even if you can't crawl let alone walk or figure out which way is up. You wake up, sometimes even the next day, with that sense of wonder at how you managed to get into your own bed(*) and try to retrace your steps to no avail. Over the years I've come to the conclusion that beer can induce teleportation, I've proved this many times but unfortunately haven't been able to document it.
(*)It has to be your own bed, any idiot can fall into a strangers bed. There is room for discretion if it's your neighbours bed and you have always fancied her/him or possibly both of them..
So to my point. You should be able to knock up any recipe using the same skill no matter how happy you feel.
>Take a large wholemeal
OK, you lost me there.
>It does make one wonder how many
Apart from you two, I suspect none.
Don't any of you have wives, girlfriends, both? Not even a maid?
Or to paraphrase an old joke.
Beggar to policeman. "Got 50p to arrest a bail jumper?"
Copper "Here's a quid, get me one as well"
>How will you do it
Outsourcing. Hi-vis jacket on a couple of street beggars and there you have it. They have to sit somewhere so might as well be in front of the Ecuadorian embassy.
I'll do it for 2000 and provide my own uniform.
That's the queue to collect their overtime cheque from the heavily guarded paddy wagon just off picture. They each do an hour extra so they can claim a full shift. As a cost saving measure the paddy wagon doubles up as the tea van which is where most of them spend their extra hour before signing off and going home.
>Maybe you need a Page 3 feature
Do you really want to see topless geeks?
>Pray tell. :-)
Wasn't so much of an incident and as good looking as I was back then it didn't involve JS, so as you ask. Many, many, many moons ago at the first motor show to be held at the NEC as an impish faced cherub, the epitomy of a well mannered youth in full school uniform and all other things good Rolls Royce wouldn't let me on their stand. Aston Martin, Jaguar and all the others, no problem, I left whatever I had on my sticky mitts at the time all over them but RR no, not even anything for the goody bag. So in a fit of pique I vowed there and then never to buy one. At the time such a possibilty may have seemed unthinkable anyway but circumstances change and they've lost a sale.
Do I bear grudges? Sometimes, yes.
Obviously not, he's saying now he has it he's going to try to do something with it. Imagine finding a new white Rolls Royce mispriced at a tenner. You wouldn't pay full price for it, personally I wouldn't pay ten quid for it due to an incident at the Birmingham motor show many years ago, but I digress. If you did buy it you could either sell it on or decide to do something else such as start a wedding car hire company. If the new company succeeds good if not then you will still have an investment, maybe a car here is not a goof example of an investment but you get the idea. A suitable saying is, never look a gift horse in the mouth.
They seem to work around tax laws quite efficiently and without attracting the indignation of local governments.
Also virtually everytime there's a new article the list of sponsors seems to grow almost to the point where the sponsors have more column cms than the articles. Sadly I think LOHAN lost it's garage project credentials quite a while ago.
Oh dear. How sad. Never mind.
That's a blatant mis-use of the joke alert icon but more over, how long have you bean waiting for a chickpea article in an IT rag so you can use that line?
>come visit my foreman
No need, I can talk to my wife whose family has been here for umpteen generations.
Every cocido I've had made by kosher Spaniards has had a proper lump of serrano in it, not just a scrag end. I doubt few people in Sonoma are an authority on Spanish spelling so consider that a free lesson on how it should be spelt.
Update: I asked my wife why she removes scum from cocido and here is her reply.
Because scum is scum. No good.
It may make the stew sour but in her case there is no reason behind the method other than that.
Jake, a lump of jamon serrano is boiled in a full cocido so yes you do boil the stuff.
Panceta is the correct spelink.
Very loosely based on so just as well the name has been frenchified because no half decent Spaniard would want to put their name to that in the same sentence as cocido. About the only similarity is the chickpeas. Panceta? Oregano? No bone, no jamon serrano, no gallina, no tocino... I understand all these modifictaions have been made to reduce the scum but the recipe has been butchered. As for the scum, I always thought my wife removed it because she didn't like the look of it, after all if you throw in a pigs ear for flavour you can't be too worried about a bit of scum souring the stew.
>having never been there
Earl's Court used to be a reasonable alternative. It also used to be full of gays which lead me to believe that all Australians where homosexuals. And who said correlation doesn't prove anything?
>allows the center of the universe to be filmed in real-time
I think you'll find that's called a SnorriCam
Don't you just love how perfect we all are. Any recruiter need look no further than here to get the best IT bods. Maybe we should form the El Reg dream team ER for short (egos rampant).
>tell the you that the authors were significant
Exactly(*), it doesn't tell you the paper was significant so you end up with a popularity contest amongst those who care about such recognition.
(*)Well partially exactly, it tells you who is popular at the time. Many an obscure entity has done far more for science than the person who recieved credit for it.
This method won't work with scientific papers for the simple reason that virtually all authors of these works have some sort of "I'll reference you if you reference me" agreement.
>If they're never seen Star Wars (I know, I know, but bear with... ;o)
You know what? I've never seen Star Wars nor any of the umpteen other films in the trilogy.
I did see about the first ten seconds of 2001 ASO but wish I hadn't, dull beyond belief.
24 comments so far including your own prove you wrong.
I understand that in Alabama, and most of the others in the top five, if the teacher/student are closely related they shouldn't be counted in the study.
So the typical facebook/google/whatever else user wants to keep their telephone number secret (hahahaaaa.... sorry it's not that I don't believe they won't snarf your number) yet will pull their trousers down, bend over and let them get everything else. I think I'll let whatsapp have my telephone number.
I don't understand what you're trying to say. Are you implying that if you use facebook or google to send mobile messages they don't pass on your telephone number?
>big snake of your friends faces
I suppose that might be mildly amusing... for a five year old, yet I still fear we haven't found the lowest common denominator.
I use whatsapp for the simple reason you don't need a facebook or google account and the associated overhead.
As for being free? I've been told you just have to ignore the payment request, can't be 100% sure as I haven't received any yet.
Reminds me of when I threw some chili powder onto a frying pan of onions, it was an unknown brand someone had given me and the packet said extra hot, I naturally thought this was just to get you to buy it over a different brand. As soon as it hit the pan there was a nuclear mushroom cloud of chili vapour that not only got in my eyes but was also breathed in, that hurt. Ever since I've use a full face mask when trying new variants.
They aren't interested in posting anything. They are fishing, if you bite and send money they'll ask for more until you wake up and tell them to sod off, if you don't bite they'll just drop it. They are working percentages and don't have time to chase refusers. Have you ever heard of anyone's todger actually being posted online from one of these scams?
>Know your target
I'm an international diamond dealer.
No wait. it's Wednesday, on Wednesdays I'm an oil tycoon.
Seriously, do you think people tell the truth online?
>rolling back a patch or get a system compromised
It is not unheard of for AVs to brick an updated system not the fault of MS but that's irrelevant, it happens.
Also if someone relies on MS to secure their environment then maybe they shouldn't be a sysadmin
I would have been slightly impressed if you'd mentioned applying the updates on a test environment first but apparently that doesn't seem to have crossed your mind, update and be damned seems to be the order of the day. Blindly applying patches out of panic is never a good policy.
Well I hope that's all you did and didn't actually update anything. Unless you're one of the guinea pigs others rely on to find the bugs in the update before updating their own systems.
Only nine flaws in flash? Either they mean since the day before yesterday or they're saving some for later. If it's the latter they needn't bother, they'll find more soon enough.
>I only quoted half of it to disprove your statement
I think everybody knows when you only quote half of something it's because what you miss out proves you to be wrong and you hope nobody will notice.
>there is nowhere in the world with an absolute right to say anything
So we can take it that this includes the UK
>So please shut up about the fact that because there are certain narrow exemption
I see, can't prove your point logicall so you resort to bullying methods. Nevertheless, very ironic in a discussion about freedom of expression you ask someone to shut up then go on to admit there are limits. You either have freedom of expression or you don't any qualifications no matter how narrow you seem to think they are, even if it's only one, means you do not have such freedom.
>Try getting a clue
Ouch, that hurt. Oh, wait, no it didn't, I've been insulted by better.
I think the best thing you can do with your comment is delete it before anybody else sees how you can't form a coherent argument without contradicting yourself.
Why do you only quote half of it?
2. The exercise of these freedoms, since it carries with it duties and responsibilities, may be subject to such formalities, conditions, restrictions or penalties as are prescribed by law and are necessary in a democratic society, in the interests of national security, territorial integrity or public safety, for the prevention of disorder or crime, for the protection of health or morals, for the protection of the reputation or rights of others, for preventing the disclosure of information received in confidence, or for maintaining the authority and impartiality of the judiciary.
In other words your freedom is not absolute. Try denying the holocaust then see how far your freedom of expression gets you.
Tommy Cooper could just walk on and stand still and people would be laughing in anticipation.
As said too many too choose from and a nod to the people behind many of them such as Barry Cryer.