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The replacement bus service wouldn't be so cool.
1575 posts • joined 16 Oct 2008
The replacement bus service wouldn't be so cool.
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HM Govt Dept of Big-assed Seektrits
I've had your ration. And that of any other teetotal commentards knocking around. Cheers!
Similarly I'll trade my cider ration for more pints of lovely ale.
Having just renewed my passport, this is way overdue. The form's badly written and the process is slow.
Get whoever did the car tax renewal to do it. They did a great job.
What's a Hulture Secretary?
Possibly the best bit of business it's possible to do. Cash in now and hang on to some in case by some mirable FB doesn't go the way of MySpace.
Hopefully without Phil Collins this time.
Mine's the one with the Peter Gabriel discography in the pockets
And they're listening via your fillings while you make stool.
Normally an Alan Partridge-style breakdown like this should inspire some sympathy but that's just tough titty Ramsey you obnoxious wankstain..
There are people I want to actually talk to over Skype and there are other people whose kitten pictures I want to see. There is practically no overlap between these groups of people.
And there was me thinking you meant Group 4 taking over the prisons
As long as I can still block it.
Now where's that Luddite icon?
I study after work so telly's constantly threatening to distract me. The pub's much, much better but less of a temptation as it's a 10 minute walk to a decent one. BTW are we related? ;o)
Joe Public will do what Sky tells it to do.
Jeez. That's 3 decentish nights down the pub, which I'd much rather do.
Telly's the enemy, Sky TV doubly so.
Is Scrum genuinely a marketable skill? I thought it was turning up for a 15 minute team meeting every morning.
I'm sure Bernie will find solace in counting all that lovely money from Murdoch.
Its legality I'll leave to the lawyers but it's certainly creepy.
Most of the (non-Murdoch) UK papers were surprisingly quiet in the early days of the scandal. While The Graun and Indy were making a song and dance about it the reaction of the others struck me as a collective nervous shuffling of the feet.
Countless films have told us you need blunt objects handy in case of such an emergency.
+1 They'd have my pounds if they did a smaller premium smartphone.
Imagine if smartphones had gone mass-market a few years earlier. Done that? Good.
Now imagine whipping out your MySpace phone down the pub.
Its 5 users must be gutted.
Even if it is more publicity for the pieclown.
So Murdoch's on the ropes and with your silly attention-grabbing stunt you've given The Sun/The Times/Sky News another headline. Still you're in the papers and that's all that matters you complete waste of space.
They'll have my fingerprints if they arrest me (I don't expect this to happen) and not before.
I noticed I was doing this years ago. There's a lot of dev stuff I just don't remember but as long as I can remember to find the Javadoc or whatever, that's fine. As long as I remember what I'm supposed to be doing this week I can cope with the rest.
You're holding it too long in your sweaty, overheated palms.
That's quite a USP
I would imagine that common name is the name you go by and real name is that on your passport. They're often different due to divorcees keeping their married names, shortening "Robert" to "Bob" and all manner of other reasons. The systems I work with have sets of columns for each.
To me being an arse about a spoof religion is exactly as bad as being an arse about one that claims to be genuine.
How about: we're atheists, let's not be arses at all?
I'd say trick-cyclist, colloquially, applies equally to both professions. We can leave it to the trick-cyclists themselves to argue the toss (or give a toss) about which is which and whatnot
Compare them but don't equate them.
If you're too hooked on Jeremy Kyle that you can't step away from the telly for long enough to take a shower... well at least you can have a shower now.
But XP runs on my antique T43 Thinkpad - game, set and match for XP for me.
It's as effective as alcohol prohibition in the USA was. This policy is simply not working. We have to legalise, regulate and tax these drugs. It might be a tough pill to swallow (no pun intended) but it will reduce crime both here and in the producing countries (cos dead people with brown skins matter as well).
As for me, I'm really not interested in taking drugs these days. I just want the stupidity to end.
Taking action meaning "having a quiet word" in most cases.
Should've been Shed Seven
Long term Facebook is worth about the same as MySpace.
...just cook up a few more tasty Parmos
It'll do as long as it's thick enough to stand your spoon in.
To any passport-carrying Lancastrian chips and gravy is the food of the gods (indeed gravy is the main thing I judge proper - i.e. Northern - chippies on). But why you'd want to shove cheese curds on it is beyond me.
With a bit more squeezing that curd and you'd have had a nice paneer. Much better in curries than on your chips.
Whatever the name it'll continue to be nothing more than an utterly vile shiterag.
I like the Telegraph's: Goodbye Cruel World
That was my favourite. And a marvel of the programmer's art to squeeze all that into a mere 48k.
I like the flies. They're a nice touch.
Yeah. Two great selling points unique to the iPhone.
Where's the clown icon?
More books in the charity shops tyipcally indicates better sales to begin with. Seeing as more people buy Larsson, Brown, Clarkson, etc. - more people tire of them and ultimately more people pass them on to the charity shops.
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