Re: That word Portmanteau
664 posts • joined 15 Sep 2009
Especially now that Trump's recent AP interview has really lowered the bar on the Turing test
You have earned your pint(s) for raising awareness of this insidious evil!
change the name to drumpfscratch.com
...but there's a Catch...
(mine's the one with a fake Wifi hotspot in the pocket)
... has taped out a 1024-core chip
4-5 months yet before he sees silicon
Actually, Wikipedia says BK started HJs in WA (where I first encountered them). They had the Whopper then, but I don't recall it being the same as today's Whopper...
The name Burger King was already taken. Burger King bought out Hungry Jacks, which served its own menu, and made it the exclusive franchise owner of Burger King in Oz. Since then, they've served the BK menu. So yes BK have certainly heard of them..
I thought "Marxist Interventionism" was in response to her stealing his energy policy, which she had previously called that.
Just checked, you're right, but this is more of the same innit?
What is the diffence in cost of laying fttp vs copper to new housing estates?
or as Ed Miliband put it quite well, "Marxist Interventionism"
by changing the filename suffix...
this genius was the new configuration mgmt guru...
Governments have redacted confidential PDFS by adding black rectangles over the offending text, forgetting that copy-paste still works...
Yeah, it's a bit rich...
Which one, specifically? Mine (5 yrs old) is working perfectly dual booting Win10 & Linux
Ape shit bonkers
And what about pretentious.moi ?
.. that blows nobody any good...
transporting rathtars without a license. Just asking for trouble.
perhaps ambiguous writing?
In context, could mean "almost no one is updating the devices' operating systems"
So which customer had the faulty router? ;-)
Was she similarly collared?
They use He/O mixtures for deep, deep, deep sea diving, where you have high pressures.
Would it be appropriate for space?
see Haskell in table
Because it is a logic programming language
If it's Paris, you land on top of them, or push them out of the way...
So if you wanted to stitch someone up you could easily set up a page such than when they visited your legit page you sent them off to all sorts of dodgy sites just for fun.
Of course this is simply defeated by opting into the family friendly web filter kindly set up for you under the direction of our esteemed government. You see, they've thought of everything!
"I am not aware of any wrong doing on my part."
That's a suspiciously specific statement. I am not aware of any wrong doing on my part, but I'm aware of massive wrongdoing on other people's parts at my behest?
Which is a wrongdoing on my part - D'oh!
So when they turn it on and back off again, they come back and say "Yes, but it didn't work"
Do not feed the troll
"There were 2 of them!"
You erect a huge strawman saying "there will be other issues, so don't even bother to implement this measure".
I said all that? You jump to a huge conclusion based on what you assume I was thinking.
The inertia is not malice or laziness, but economic. As A non e mouse said, who will pay for it?
There are some Rust OS hobby projects which could be promising, but there's a long way to go.
Some of us have families and day jobs, but please, don't let me stop me you from rolling up your sleeves.
You might rewrite your compiler, but to do anything useful, it has to call OS lib functions, which are written in... etc.
Turtles all the way down is right, especially when you implement more & more in HW, which is not completely immune to screw-ups either.
Not me - I use Head and Shoulders.
Paris, just because
... like little Bobby Tables...
Only needed before an a, o or u
RH side of the pond? are you looking south?
At least the Stagefright workaround is easy: disable auto-retrieve of MMS msgs in any app you use for messaging.
And ASLR mitigates the Stagefright vulnerability, too.
Mango of baguettes? ;-)
They should have a little vase on the dash with a plastic flower, like the VW Beetle.
But unlike the Beetle, it should squirt water at the driver randomly.
Following the budget he's spending a year dead for tax reasons..
Air bubbles are not the huge risk that Columbo would have you believe, I was told when I complained about the huge air bubbles in my infusion line...
Part of my route to work was a walk from Kings Cross to Charlotte St, past Tavistock Square.
I remember we suspected it was more than just electrical problems on the tube.
And then from the office we heard the bus go off.
At midday they sent us home, and we walked with half of London it seemed, to Finsbury Park, where the trains were terminating.
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