Actually, they could call it "WHO?!" and make it as a musical.
(Grabs coat. Runs.)
46 posts • joined 25 Apr 2008
"By way of response, Facebook issued a statement which read: "[...] to ensure Facebook remains a safe and trusted environment for everyone, including the many children (under the age of 13) who use the service."
Eh? I thought kids under 13 using Facebook were against the terms of service?
"Australia ranks fourth in world rankings for beer consumption but scores much lower on per capita alcohol consumption, which tells you all you need to know about their beer. "
And British lager? Carling. That's all I need to say. Apart from pot,.kettle and black, of course.
The company I work for does not give a toss about a cheap bit of hardware - they want to know that they can zap it should I report it lost. And they do not want the finder to know that it belonged to Mr XXX of XXXX Ltd, either, as that just helps identify the data source.
They don't want it back if lost/stolen - they just want it, and its data, to die.
"Rebekah Brooks, chief executive at News International, said: “These new sites, and the apps that will enhance the experience, reflect the identity of our titles and deliver a terrific experience for readers ... "
Yeah, a bit like she delivered a "terrific experience" to Ross Kemp's head. And was arrested for it.
... is a huge health problem in Aboriginal communities, even to the point where BP developed a new type of petrol, Opal, to combat the problem. It has a similar effect as glue-sniffing, but has major long-term problems like brain damage.
Alcohol and non-Opal fuel is banned in most of the aboriginal communities in WA and NT.
Don't forget the Ryanair currency exchange scam. Buy a ticket from Europe to UK and it's all quoted in Euros. Stick your (UK) credit card number in and it charges you in pounds at an appalling exchange rate. Can you turn this off? Can you f...
This is entirely against Visa's rules on Dynamic Currency Exchange, but do they do anything to enforce this rule? Do they f...
Google are cheapskates. I've just been awarded £1M quid from the "Barclays Premier League Grant programme". And my name isn't even Sven Goran Ericsson!
Wisely, they inform me that I should "take time and thought in investing the funds wisely on a project that will stand the test of time."
"Dr Warwick is an enthusiast when it comes to the rise of the machine. His personal website – I, Cyborg – explains in detail how he became the world’s first Cyborg, when he agreed to have a silicon chip transponder implanted in his forearm."
Let me guess - the 'I, Tosspot' domain was already taken?
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