Re: when are we...
Don't know where he expected to carry that in a Hornet cockpit, anyway.
1076 posts • joined 15 Oct 2009
Don't know where he expected to carry that in a Hornet cockpit, anyway.
He's damn loud when he squawks at daybreak.
If you're willing to forgo the removeable battery, you can get most of what you're looking for in the Xiaomi Mi A1 for about £180. I just moved from my old S5 to the Xiaomi and am pretty pleased with it.
I can't even get 1709 to install on my stick PC despite repeated attempts. And the failure doesn't give anything remotely resembling a useful error message. I need to find the time to wrestle with the shitty BIOS so I can convince it to boot off a Linux thumb drive and make the machine actually useful again.
Spotted the German?
I had some rather sulfidic anions last night in my dinner and my volcano is belching pretty large concentrations this morning.
And so they should. It's shiitake mushroom.
Fraudulent? Yes, if they can get away with it. Criminal? Well, not if you can buy enough politicians to make it legal.
Got to produce ever-rising returns for the shareholder. There is never such a thing as "enough" in a capitalist system, it demands infinite growth and ever-increasing profits.
What have they done to deserve being saddled with a console?
With all these comments about small children, I want to know who all these parents are that (A) fail to teach their kids basic road safety; and (B) allow their kids anywhere remotely near a road without holding their hands until they're old enough to have learned?
I'm frankly pretty fed up with the calls to wrap the whole world in cotton wool because some parents are too stupid to actually parent.
If they're well designed they shouldn't. I have a transport card, my work door card, and a bank card all in my wallet together and I just swipe the whole wallet over over the relevant sensor. The sensor reads the card it's looking for and ignores the others.
Tch, come on Reg. If you're not going to use proper length units like kilo-linguini you should at least convert to metric.
It was hilarious.
"...more easily masked by noise."
Oh how I wish that were true.
My PC even cold boots in about a quarter the time my phone does, thanks to a nice fast SSD. And then once the phone is booted I have to wait some more while it initialises things and faffs about with memory. I could start my desktop, read the email, reply, and shut down in less time than it would take just to start my phone and open the email on it. All with the comfort of a proper keyboard, too. No, a phone is what you use for emergency access when you're away from your real computer.
I'm still using my 2012 Nexus 7, also mainly as an eBook reader. I thought about replacing it, but when I looked at tablet prices I thought "You want HOW effing much?!" and went right back to the N7. I'm not paying more than $250 AUD, tops, for a WiFi-only slab.
Or just don't make a habit of dropping your phone. I'm still using my S5 which has never had so much as a screen protector in its lifetime and it still doesn't have a scratch, let alone a crack.
Try visiting Australia then. My state is bigger than Alaska and Texas combined, and takes two days to drive across the short way. Three to four days to travel its length.
That's not such a bad idea, TBH. I would get behind it.
No, I can do one better: Alan Rickman.
MS still has an app store? Huh.
You know, I miss Steve Ballmer. After a few years of Satellite Nutella I'm starting to think the sweaty one wasn't so bad.
My hovercraft is full of eels!
Her name is Alberta, she lives in Vancouver!
"Every tax payer wants certain services to exist and wants them paid for by the other tax payers"
On a national level, with a sovereign currency, that's not really how tax works. Tax isn't raised to pay for government spending although it's often framed that way, the government owns the currency and mints and can spend as much as they like. Government spends money into existence. Tax is a mechanism to remove money from circulation so spending new money into existence doesn't cause too much inflation. This is why a government budget is not like a business or household budget and should not be managed like one.
Non-sovereign governments, however, such as states and cities, do have to raise the money they spend in one way or another. This includes taxes, fines, fees, duties, and direct grants from the national government.
"The truth is to non Americans outside America it's very difficult to tell what you call Democrats apart from what you call Republicans."
So far as I've been able to tell, they've got a conservative, religious, big-business-oriented right wing party, and a REALLY conservative, religious, big-business-oriented right wing party.
Named after the insect - "white ants," better known as termites. 'Cos they're fairly ant shaped, and they're, well, white.
So he already understands lookup tables!
I think I've seen that movie.
"when he decided that protecting the UK's triple-A rating was more important than investing in industry and in training"
Funny, Australia is in the same position for the same reasons. This is looking less like accident and more like a deliberate choice.
Stars can shine
People can try
But that's about it
(Apologies to Dan Salvato)
Just like my Kerbal missions. Atmospheres make everything so much easier!
True. For example, that "trickle down" economics works, or that tax breaks for the wealthy create jobs, or that America is the "land of the free".
Yep, as soon as someone starts on the "think of the kiddies!" drivel these days I automatically take the whole text only half as seriously, and usually start looking for the hidden motive.
This has been coming for a long time, and those who think it should not have been released have obviously forgotten how the internet works. There is no security through obscurity, once a tool like this exists it is guaranteed to be in the wold sooner rather than later. Yes, yes, you can make your neighbour look bad, child porn uses, etc etc. That's all beside the point. No point in wringing your hands over it. The only thing we can do is adapt to its existence. In fact, release of this app should make stuff like "revenge porn" less of an issue rather than more - if an ex releases a genuine video of you, you can easily point to this app and say "Not me, clearly made up."
For completely optional resources they are. For necessities they are not.
Markets are not always the best distribution mechanism.
...and 10,000% of the ongoing maintenance costs.
Thanks for commenting, Mr Turnbull, but haven't your lot got tired of the "Everything's Labor's fault!" line yet?
Great. So aliens exist, but it turns out they're Vogons.
Console is not an option.
The only true doughnut is the cinnamon-dusted ring (shaddup). All those iced or jam-filled... things are mere cakes and no doughnut at all!
"Most of the appeal of GoT is the scheming and intrigue, lifted from European history. Until the most recent series, the fantasy elements have sat on the periphery"
Which I guess is why it turned out boring as shite and I ended up dumping it after a couple of seasons. No I don't care who's screwing who or whose family has a ten generations old rivalry with another. I want magic blowing shit up and dragons setting fire to things.
Well the Entwives are long gone. Are there any Entmistresses?
A series focusing on the fall on Númenor and the beginning of the Second Age could be interesting. So could many of the individual stories in the Silmarillion.
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