Re: Only one album fits
Relax, Frankie Goes To Hollywood?
6289 posts • joined 11 Sep 2009
Relax, Frankie Goes To Hollywood?
Well that's me out of the picture then. ;)
You have to pay a license fee. It's Windows Media Player as a Cervix.
Mental context flip when checking comments and seeing how many thumb's up they have.
I bet it wouldn't be the first time a 7" has been playing up there.
Reminds me... I've got a 12" somewhere... hand on... let me check the cover for relevant track names...
"Ball Park Incident"
"See My Baby Jive"
"Bend Over Beethoven"
"You Got the Jump on Me"
Yes... I did just check the WIzzard's Sleeve.
"Thanks for all the classical music and the like, but did the conductor HAVE to keep poking me in the head with his baton?"
If you left it in during coitus, would you get Cum Dancing? Mind you, there's not that much space - it's Strictly Ball Room.
Brings new meaning to shuffling onto this mortal coil.
Wheatus from the meatus?
more Compaq and bijou.
That's 500 sheets to the wind.
Will they have a HP hour?
has really bad hinges, and you have to push it in just exactly the right place to get the latch to work.
But the good news is that although the refills are expensive, you get a new head thrown in with it. Keep it going much longer.
Ah! I forgot Highlander. I guess I must only have a Flash memory.
Although for Highlander, I suppose there can be only ones. And zeroes.
MP3s of certain Queen-penned film soundtracks come to mind as suitable material for this activity.
Paranoia more like.
Poems. That's poem secure.
Open source surgery?
A chuchuck sausage sat sweating above the glowing coals, looking for all the world like Kojak in a roll-neck sweater...
Eye of the beholder? Is that served as a soup?
I''ve a collection of screen grabs from the BBC mobile App. Appallingly badly written, incorrect and generally screwed up news reports. It grows at a rate of at least one a day. The BBC mobile App rewrite made me turn off iOS app updates, and forced me to delve into the nether regions of getting older versions of apps back from the iTunes gut-store. I'm sticking with my 2011 news app as long as I can, but no doubt they'll ditch the XML stream that it hooks into at some point. It already gets balky about the aggregated headline articles for some reason.
Hopefully better than the random story generator that the Daily Mail use.
$clickbait = array("UKIP","Immigrant", "ISIS", "Muslim", "Funniest Ever Video", "Greatest Ever", "Biggest")
They hurtz my eyezes those websites now. I've stopped reading them.
If you need a hand with those donuts, you know where I am.
Even more annoying is the trend by big OEMs like HP to use 12V only supplies, so you can't swap out your PSU for an uprated one easily.
Pff! Vic-20 game cartridges. Plug & play instantly. Actually, there was a real element of excitement and wonder about them... the arrangement of chips and connections in a cartridge there in your hand made a spaceship and aliens and little people who fell down from the sky... Or is it just that I've got older?
Although he obviously hadn't hidden his helmet very well.
"Lay down your weapon. You have 10 seconds to comply."
Well, I'd like to see THAT biometric sensor on an iPhone...
be a laugh to see people unlocking one.
Once interviewed someone for a music technician at the college where I worked. Asked this wide boy character about his experience of up to date software packages.
"Oh yeah. I work in a production studio, and we've got all the up to date packages. I can get hold of anything you want... Sibelius, Reason, CuBase, AudioLogic... no cost or anything."
said the interview panel in unison, noting down his answer with the FAST branded pens we had all picked up at the FAST conference the week before.
Onions are the real trigger though. My God! Brings tears to the eyes going in and coming out.
When the sods keep changing the recipe anyway (I'm think of chocolate here).
They must be held in the record in a durable form. That pretty much rules out a lot of substances.
Trademark or skidmark?
Suicide nets mass produced in sweat shops somewhere...
Zeiss make fairly decent microscopes too. Competition from Nikon, of course, and Olympus.
I think they mean digital as in sticking one or two of them up to the tax man, depending on global region.
The maritime version of Windows? - Portholes.
Well there's one boat the navy won't be installing windows on and that's a submarine.
It looks like you're writing to a constituent. Would you like help with that?
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