Re: Just have to add this..
I'd watch Galaxy Quest 2.
1031 posts • joined 11 Jun 2009
I'd watch Galaxy Quest 2.
"I seem to recall quite a few of them being stinkers."
Every odd-numbered one in fact.
"no taxation without representation"
What is it MEPs do then? Maybe if we didn't elect the likes of Farage as our MEPs, since he can't be bothered to show up half the time, we'd get better representation.
I'm a massive lefty and I'll happily have a conversation with someone who holds differing views. That is, as long as that person is also capable of having a rational conversation, rather than shouting "IMMIGRANTS, IMMIGRANTS, FARAGE FOR PRIME MINISTER, IMMIGRANTS" at me.
You do know what Oxbridge means, right?
Yeah, far better to stick all your notes in a mattress.
Hmm... wasn't there a corruption summit a week or two ago?
Why am I asking? Oh, no reason.
Do you really want to be in the bog when the plane hits heavy turbulence?
G&T? Lucky bugger. I got to wear somebody's freshly brewed, piping hot coffee!
...Oh and then Delta lost my luggage, so I didn't have anything to wear that wasn't coffee flavoured.
Sadly EastEnders etc. are still polluting the minds of tens of millions of viewers. Once the credits role, on goes the kettle for a mug of Tetley.
You sound like your mind is made up, and you'd like to see the "facts" that prove it.
Both sides are spouting "facts" left right and centre, but they all disagree. It seems the problem is that there are very few actual facts available, since this is more of a "what might happen if" question so it's mostly guesswork.
I distrust all of the people spouting these "facts" in equal measure. So, I'm going to stick to my view before the argument even started: "Being in the EU is fine. It's not perfect, but it's better than having to be the USA's bitch (or even more so)."
Does anyone actually use Yahoo for searching any more?
Good for them, but that shouldn't stop anyone else from making full use of the single most effective technology ever developed for helping people quite. Seriously, if these things help people quit they have saved lives!
@8Ace: but we're not talking about very high temps. Unless the thing is faulty, the mixture should not be reacting in any way that might make it dangerous. To reiterate, the chemicals will have been tested for their behaviour at the temperatures used by an e-cigg.
Honestly, people's fear of these things is as silly thinking WiFi signals will give you cancer.
"I expect that raw tobacco leaves are safe to eat too"
You'd be wrong. Chewing tobacco gives you mouth cancer: http://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/tobacco/smokeless-fact-sheet Tobacco is dangerous even if it isn't burned, since it contains nitrosamines which are powerful carcinogens. Nicotine is not the most dangerous chemical in tobacco. Not by a long shot.
No sign of a wobbling hula girl on the control console though.
There's plenty of middle ground between scripting in VBA and close-to-the-metal C++, you know. If you have to produce Excel worksheets for people, there are some nice Apache Commons Java libraries.
Python? Sure I use it, but always miss Java's strong typing.
I just can't get used to duck-typing: If it looks like a list and acts like a list... it could be a string.
Also it can be a right bugger to get some Python libraries working on Windows. Thank God for Christoph Gohlke: http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/
If used through a browser, maybe. That's being killed off anyway.
As a language it's fine. Where Java really shines is as a platform for easy to deploy cross platform applications.
@Tridac: ...and they have. Their decision is to install Ad-blocking software.
Unfortunately this doesn't solve the problem that the Minister of Fun is harping on about.
No it doesn't. According to gov.uk: "You must have a TV Licence if you watch or record programmes on a TV, computer or other device as they’re broadcast."
So, you can legally have as many TVs as you like, so long as you never watch live broadcast TV. In practical terms, this means not connecting the TV to an aerial.
The PC games market is a pretty big deal, you know. That somewhat drives the sales of powerful, bulky hardware.
What a waste of public money. Bloody lawyers.
What happens when it reaches the inevitable conclusion that the best thing for humanity is a dose of "tough love".
I'm not sure what annoys me more: the fact that they've banned those compounds, or the oxymoron of having banned legal highs.
Eat a bacon sandwich?
And yet Sheffield has so many nice pubs.
It's fairly clear that morphine does work though. The problem is the lack of disclosure and regulation.
If someone's prescribed a morphine based drug, or one that interacts with morphine, and doesn't tell their doctor that they're also taking this then they could find themselves in serious difficulties. Patients often don't think about this when taking "natural" remedies, because they're "natural" so they can't possibly be harmful.
God I hope (but doubt) it will become easier to block ads on Android soon. Full screen ads are the most infuriating of all.
"Fullagar's post ends with Netflix's earnest hopes that it can one day provide a consistent content catalog for the world."
...well why don't they do that first?
Here's the stick; we hope to maybe think about providing a carrot at a later date.
My sympathies, but what exactly do you take exception to?
Make that Free Software on Linux. At least Windows-based free software tends to come as binaries in nice convenient installers. It may pump your PC with malware, but at least you don't need a PhD in computer science to get the bloody thing working.
Salt? I keep mine on a rolled up bit of paper that I hide in the sugar bowl.
It's like putting too much air into a balloon!
I'd argue that taking days to discharge is great. Days to charge is not so good.
"Why is that even worth reporting on anymore?"
Because it's likely to be interesting to people who read tech. news websites such as this one.
"TBH I think it's one of the better "Die Hard" offerings."
It's not always at home, but yes there's always an abundance of waste.
"you obviously didn't see die hard 4.0"
For which he should be commended.
"It's true you don't see many hacker-women. And in fact, they are so alike in voice and appearance, that they are often mistaken for hacker-men. And this in turn has given rise to the belief that there are no hacker-women, and that hackers just spring out of holes in the ground!"
"That's the nearest asteroid flyby since 2006, and there won't be another one as close until August 2027"
...that we know of. But then, we only get 10 days notice of this one o_0
Alternatively it might be because BSkyB have a big stake in Roku, and would rather you gave them money for Now TV. As I understand it, you can get Amazon Prime on the US version of the Roku.
I'm sure Google have taken careful note of your apathy and will endeavour to make more exciting products in the future.
Particularly looking forward to Battlefleet Gothic. Looks to be a Warhammer 40K version of the tactical bits from Sword of the Stars.
"It would be pretty easy to fix the Start Menu by simply going back to the Start Screen."
The current Start Menu may be pants, but I have no interest in that full screen monstrosity.
Funny. Not really true though, since they seem to be genuinely well made.
Mind you, they're ruinously expensive.
"wtf is a rebounding bullet?"
It would probably have broken the skin and lodged itself between/in her ribs.
"There should be no charges brought if the hunters were complying with the law."
...which is exactly the sort of thing that will be established by the investigation.
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