Re: I've seen this plot before.
Did it also involve .... Plumbers?
1610 posts • joined 17 Jun 2009
Did it also involve .... Plumbers?
So you want Ronseal to launch a range of products:
This is Ronseal Shampoo, it cleans your heir.
This is Ronseal Dish Soap, it's soap that goes in a dish.
This is Ronseal Toothpaste, it cleans your teath
This is Ronseal Bar Soap, can you guess what it does yet.
So lets do this the simple way and white list domain names. All I now need is a DNS server on my Raspberry Pie redirecting disney.com to firfox.org and the world is once again my oyster.
So that will be Crapita and friends then.
That's all right. VPN's terminating at registered businesses will be allowed. All others will be banned.
I'm hoping China rather than Russia, China is more likely to give stability than Russia.
Land of the <redacted>
No, no, no, these are the intelligent one's. It's the others negotiating Brexit.
I totally endorse what you said
Well woopie do. Some of my friends are hetro. The boring ones anyway.
Where, and do you have pictures?
How about I give him a kiss and see if I can make it better.
Wot, like Henry VIII?
Haldus could learn a lot from you
Must try harder
That may explain why he missed Grenfell Tower, too busy watching bloody sparrows falling.
Where you buying any other products from them, did you tell them that you would be buying any products from them?
So which wins, the expansion of the Universe or all matter being sucked into a Super Massive Black Hole?
Considering the general level of data slurping that goes on with W10 I consider this a good thing™
The reasoning seems to be that because "everybody" goes to Google first, they have acquired some responsibility to promote their competitors.
Actually if everyone comes to you first then you do have to behave differently.
Pip pip. and if they don't pay up, we'll send
a the gunboat.
Economics is not a true science and will one day in the not to distant future be proven to have as much relevance to the real world as Astrology.
The reason is down to cost, which is up front and comes out of my budget and benefits which are nebulous and will probably be reaped by some other department.
Anyway the system works so why spend money on something that will be perceived by users and upper management as another bloody thing IT have done to stop me doing my work.
Dammit you beat me to it, well I hope you chock on all your up votes, they should have been mine!! Mine I tell you!!!!
It's the end of the World
Would unkind folk include a Mr D. Skinner of Bolsover?
The significant owl hoots in the night.
Machiavelli said there where 3 types of rulers:-
The first had the smarts to rule on their own, these where excellent but rare;
The second had the smarts to listen to their advisers and to be able to pick the best advice from the conflicting advice. These where good and common.
The third couldn't rule on there own and couldn't decide which advice was the best. These where bad and didn't last long.
I'll leave it as an exercise to the reader which category May and Crobin each reside in.
With that title, you really expect me to click on that link?
Outsource the politicians, probably to the USA.
You are wrong, it's all about terror. You just have to realise who the terrorist is.
You are braver than I thought.
Contact local police and say BBC has stolen your Box sets.
They are not removing encryption. They are requiring an ability to access the keys / data. This means that the encryption won't be as secure, but not all removed.
We are not removing locks, we just require you to leave a copy of the key under the mat.
It's female nudity. Now put that Burqa on Woman!
aManFromMars an early prototype?
An even more paranoid 63 per cent of IT staff said a breach could result in them losing their jobs, versus just five per cent of CMOs.
I think this says more about the difficulty of firing a Suit over a Tecky.
Well it seamed to be working fine and all legal as well until the new owners came on board.
And what have you done with the real amanfromMarse1?
You can tweet from a US Prison?
All of them, and each refusal is a separate offence.
What I would point fingers at are vendors of kit with a long lifespan that just don't offer upgrades to software and drivers that work on modern systems.
always good to have a fall back system.
A fall back system is a waste of resources, The Management.
could interfere with plans to vote in a suitable replacement for Battistelli when his term runs out in 2018:
By which time Battistelli wil have re written the rules so that only people whose surname starts with a B and have been approved by the current President can stand.
Send them to Manchester.
The main character was charging the companies for the time spent in drawing up the invoice. Being as the main character had obviously spent that time in drawing up the invoice Dredd was at a loss as to what, if any, law they had broken.
It's Amazon everywhere and its turnover not profit. Turnover is much harder to fudge as it's basically the value of the total amount of stuff you have sold. Profit, to quote an eminent accountant, is 'what you want it to be'.
I pronounce it 'poncey name dreamt up by marketing as hats to extract the most money from the client'
The Child Support Service that replaces it is, in my experience, much fairer.
Good, I had several run ins with the old CSA and although I found the staff I dealt with professional and polite the actual organisation was a mess. Luckily they weren't chasing me for money.
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