Re: When changing bearings
Drift was always read as "broken screwdriver or 1/2 drive ratchet extension"
215 posts • joined 9 May 2007
So the question is, if the battery is replaced does the OS take away the deliberate slow down?
MY iphone 6 suddenly went from 1.5-2 days battery life to half a day overnight (no new apps, I dont do social media) about the time the iPhone 7 came out
Had battery changed but still half a day, Apple store looked at it sort of "buy a newer one"
However, as the police has noted many times around this story - this was LEGAL pornography
To be exact, the copper who kept copies insists it was all legal porn.
As Mandy Rice-Davies remarked "He would, wouldn't he?"
So if it's not OK for the MP to have it, how OK is it for the copper (ex) to peruse, keep and then classify as "legal" then?
On that subject..
Didnt the services (Plod, Ambulance, Army) all do the single fuel evaluation based on the Brown / Livingstone "Diesel is good" policy?
Bet some large companies got good dividends for that one.
Are they going to rethink it based on the "new" evidence?
That every MP will get one?
The way i read it the tellers (counting) will be able to scribe the names down and it counts them without having to write, go back after and count.
They then have more time to use the subsidised bars and canteens for their 5 hour lunches and "entertainment"
"The best shows, the ones that endure, often have the odd reference designed to go over a younger persons head and reach the adult also watching. The Goodies, The Muppets, others from the time when the entire family sat round the tv together looking to be entertained had these."
Cow and Chicken
2 Stupid Dogs
I couldnt care less if it is fashionable, you look like a Royal Navy conscript.
RM male personnel may wear moustaches at their option.
The Command may order individuals to shave off beards deemed inappropriate
Don't think beards are allowed below senior rank so conscripts cannot wear one
I heard someone say they drive to the local (to me) shops because the Milk is cheaper - did I mention it's a 45 minute drive from their place?!
Yes, my wife's grandfather used to drive from Archway to Haringay Sainsbury's petrol station to save 1p a gallon on fuel for his rover 213, total savings about 6p per fill (he didn't shop at Sains, only Jones Brothers in Holloway)
On a shopping Saturday the journey took him roughly an hour each way
"Don't judge kickstarter by a single failure, there have been many projects that have concluded successfully"
I opted to fund the IEEE Reboot with a mid level (bit more than I really had but the cause was one I support), Ok so it didn't get back to Earth, but it's still a viable usable science project in space, that was worth the money to me.
I think every day for both Voyager's is a miracle of science and engineering of the bloody things in the first place
There are many probes and satellites still working (in various low level and just about states), the people who built them may be gone, but the pride of their labour remains
"I could disable them all in less time than it took me to find out the phone number for one of my lost plastic cards"
if you had your phone stolen and only use pay by NFC, where will you get a phone to use? most payphones now only take cards or pre-pay cards?
London Taxi's run their meter from the engine so charge based on revolutions, hence sitting still clocks up 60p a minute
Mini cabs charge per mile plus a bit for waiting time
Also, try getting a black taxi outside central London of an evening, they're all full of suits on company accounts and wont want to take you or I home
Mini cabs have plenty of uses filling in where black cabs wont or refuse to go "not worth my while mate" often cited when I want to go from city to harlow at night (I have 2 black cab driver relatives, neither of who I would ant to get into their taxi's)
Icahn is also looking to get two of his nominees onto the board of directors who he said "will be focused more on enhancing value for all eBay stockholders than on leveraging their relationships with eBay to benefit their outside personal investments".
isnt leveraging his men into the board doing exactly what he claims? is he putting them there for his health and vitality or to get his plans voted in?
this guy is such a hypocrite
"IBM has for decades supplied the government with proven mission-critical operations. The company remains committed to provide secure, reliable and robust cloud solutions to federal agencies"
or they could have said
IBM has for decades supplied the government with seats on it's board for people who backed our bids. The company remains committed to provide secure, reliable and robust board positions to federal agencies heads when they retire
previously hired by 2e2 administrator FTI Consulting had paid itself in full before telling everyone that there was no money available to creditors or employees.
in other news....water revealed to be wet!!
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