Now I have the Philosophers Song going through my head.
1799 posts • joined 17 Jun 2009
4.5 remove url of porn site from photo
All the Muslims I know where born in the UK and have jobs, but keep reading the Daily Mail if it makes you feel better.
Anyone with a chronic medical condition.
From the judgement,
It is undisputed that Google copied verba-
tim the declaring code of the 37 Java API packages—
11,500 lines of Oracle’s copyrighted code. It also copied
the SSO of the Java API packages. Google then wrote its
own implementing code.
So 11,500 lines of API function definitions, plus the SSO of the Java API packages. What's SSO?
Yesterday API's where not copyrightable. Today they are.
There are about 254 working days between now and Brexit 8 hours a day, gives 2032 hours per 100% fit person to get it working.
I think we need to open our borders to those who want to work, just don't give them access to our benefits system until they have been here and contributed for 5 years.
I'd go with the employer having to pay for insurance that would cover medical bills on the NHS and any thing else we deem necessary that should normally be paid out of NI contributions, for the first 5 years of an immigrants stay here.
Na that will never happen, the PM is to busy. Pass it down to any cabinet member instead.
Point of order,
All Glaswegian is swearing.
I may have misunderstood, but wasn't the ID bit to piggyback of DNS, which is defiantly not a centralised system.
Well it did in Europe. English Protestantism started because Henry VIII wanted to get he leg over Anne Boleyn.
Put his wheel chair on permanent display on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square. The voice computer could be programmed to come up with some of his pithier quotes. GNU Prof Stephen Hawking
People are idiots.
And that's the intelligent ones.
2+2 = 10
for sufficiently small values of base.
Could be a paralegal. cf PJ and GrokLaw
Working in a school, was up a stepladder in an disused store room that held one of the network cabinets
What happened to the sign saying 'beware of the leopard'?
And the people who get invited to each are
How does this affect all those live video apps like periscope?
There is of cause another way to cash out. Get a loan and use the nominal value of the bit coins as collateral. default on the loan and hand over the bitcoins. Problem solved.
With the current shambles of Tories, he might even give up the bung :-)
I thought that was Private Eye's job.
The first rule of BOFH club is you don't talk about BOFH club.
The second ... oh hell you know the rest.
I bet the Jupiter version is easier to navigate across.
“Big whirls have little whirls,
That feed on their velocity;
And little whirls have lesser whirls,
And so on to viscosity.”
― Lewis Fry Richardson
Pigeons. Russian pigeons. Russian pigeons with umbrellas. Russian pigeons with umbrellas and a fanatical devotion to the
I've been one of those annoying buggers who asks to see your polling card as you enter and where you get to sit and whether you can talk on the way in or way out is totally dependent on the electoral officer at the polling station. Surprisingly, or may be not, I've always found a grate deal of cooperation between tellers of the opposing parties.
However it's not just Labour
Well IIRC, Vetinari's law on Mime Artists only stopped them performing within the walls of Ank Morpork. The City has sprawled well without the walls lately.
Switch the right 68 votes and the Conservatives are down two MP's http://www.politicsresources.net/area/uk/mps-maj.htm
It supports odf 1.1, but not version 1.2
At least, the truth of the KFC chicken shortage.
Going voluntary would be bad news for the Capita collectors.
This is the only good reason I have heard for getting rid of the licence fee.
or enlightened self interest?
They don't know what the word theft means either, at least they didn't when I complained about the FACT advertising on a DVD I bought.
Not so sure about that, if everyone on your street switches ISP once every 30 days even if to come back to the original provider once every two to three months it's going to cost the ISP an arm an a leg to create and then remove the accounts. If you can get everyone in your neighbourhood to do it then the ISP's might just discover that replacing the string with some fibre is the cheaper option.
PS if you are in an area with only one ISP, cancel your order then sign up for a new one. It will still drive the ISP nuts with all the additional paperwork.
Well number 1 aint going to happen, so shanty towns it is then.
You have just given me an idea for a new terrifying fairground ride, 'The hall of broken things'. The only way out is to ring the doorbell.
I hope you are not suggesting that BoJo is corrupt?
The people or the pets?
Do you want to view porn with the misses and kids around?
You mean it isn't. Dam! Where does all that food and booze go that I leave out in the office for them?
Not sure about that, the Banks seam to be looking favouringly at block chain
But if they did that they would have to announce that everyone's pension is being risked on the largest casino on the planet, that being the London Stock Exchange.
I wish he'd piss off back to whatever land hobbits come from...
That's a bit unfair on New Zeland.
Gove also pooh-poohed the argument against subsidising those who choose to live in rural areas, where broadband provision and mobile phone coverage may cost more than urban areas.
Has Gove bought a house out in the sticks recently, just asking?
He also blamed the EU's rules on state aid having "prevented us from investing in broadband in a way that is best for the UK.
Er ... don't we keep giving large amounts of money to BT to get them to provide rural broardband?
Stick it up your nose.
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