"No more getting the wrong meds and fucking dying". Yep, I hate it when that happens to me.
32 posts • joined 23 Jun 2008
Didn't read the article, just saw the word "maths", got scared and skipped here to voice my outrage.
Seriously though, I love maths, it's people that put me on edge. I'd do the same if I went on a sociology degree. So I didn't. I suck at painting, so I didn't do an art degree either.
Maybe the article should be reversed - about half of all people don't fear maths! That's higher than I'd have expected.
Class: Rogue / Fighter / Cleric etc.
Maybe you're rated out of ten for how well you fit between each class?
Don't see many paladins around these days. Maybe the advertisers want to weed them out to target them with paladin specific adverts. Underarm deodorant for the holyman who wears full plate maybe?
The hotshoe on this camera is, to me, what sets it apart from the rest of the point & shoots out there - and yet no mention of that in the review! I'm surprised that such an unusual feature wasn't even mentioned.
A lot of people who have bought this camera are SLR owners who have flash guns they could use on top or use the hotshoe to trigger external strobes.
Good grief. As if IE6/7 weren't making my life hard enough already. I don't have to worry about FF1 users not being able to view the sites I make, mostly because it's platform independent so users with an old OS can still have the latest version of the browser.
MS should make their browsers available to everyone, regardless of OS, and either force everyone to upgrade their browser or make their damn browsers all render websites the same. Getting IE 6&7 to run on the same machine was hard enough, but now I'll have to have two machines to cope with IE 8 as well. If IE8 really is 'scrambling' most websites then well done Microsoft, you've "broken the internet".
It was bad enough when IE7 hit, now this? It really burns my lasagne.
Is this not nonsense? If I started shaking my 360 around while it was powered up and spinning a disk, something would likely get damaged. I'd expect that. And I wouldn't blame MS. I don't need a warning label to tell me that.
If I ingested my 360, it would likely cause a lot of damage to my xbox and myself. I didn't see a warning label stating that, it is in fact a guess. I don't need a warning label to tell me that, nor would it be MS's fault for providing me with the xbox.
MS should replace the disks as a goodwill gesture and issue letters to people who request a disk swap telling them not to be so stupid in future. In those words.
"i recall hearing or reading something in or from the good two ply t p aka the bible that money is evil or root of all evil"
Read it again then. It's the *love* of money, not money itself. If they're rich, they're OK with their book so long as they don't love the money.
Misquoting does annoy me so.
I, for one, welcome this.
Force all MPs to use a segway as their primary mode of transportation. THEN they will see just how crap cycle lanes really are. Around here, some cycle lanes are less than 2 meters long.
Maybe then we'll see some improvements to cycle lanes that stretch beyond previous token gestures.
/leans forward to speed this up.
re. "it's completely legal to photograph anything or anyone in public - though not on private property (which kinda puts the guy "apprehended" in Boots in a sticky, though not illegal, position)"
If you're on private property and take photographs when you have been asked not you, you are trespassing even if you were invited onto the property in the first place. If the shop has a 'no photography' sign, he's free to enter but trespasses when taking the photo.
Trespass is not a criminal act, although you can be sued for damages. The damages of taking a photo can't be very high though - can they?
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