How is it I've never seen that ...... Thanks Voland......
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How is it I've never seen that ...... Thanks Voland......
I'd offer you a hug, in hopes that it might make you feel better, but you might be offended, since you project a male image in your online persona, and I project a male online persona also. Not that I assume you're actually male.
"while doing squishy things with her boyfriend on the sofa"
Much more likely those two will be doing powdery things on the sofa and vapey things on the back porch. 'Shrooms done gone outta style!
And how dare you assume the babysitter's sexuality. That might be her girlfriend, despite the 'stache
After a quick skim of the forum they have BT1 does *not* appear to be working - although the implication is that it is coming.
1:bluetooth, not bell or british telecom
hive query yields 320 *million* rows of result.
analyst is fine with results, bodges up report.
manager asks "can we get a printout of your source data".
Print that %@#$%@#$% out for 'em
7*30TB 3.5" drives in raid10, one hot spare, ZFS and .... (I still think the rebuild time is in the days territory but hell)
I've a raft of apollo 4500's that sport 45 4Tb spinning rust drives. Moving those to 30Tb SSDs would make Hive and Spark look like mainframe class software.....
"mouse device solution" = Trackball!
my mom's office way back had 14 of those damned Amstrads.
I can normally get into the sport of poking at the Pai. I have earned more than a few upvotes on said sport. For some reason this morning I'm just not on point. I just cannot comprehend how someone in his position, seeing this train coming down the track, can stand there and honestly believe (and I figure he *has* to believe) that they have done nothing wrong. There must be something seriously wrong with the brain of such an individual. And this "wrong", be it disease, or invalid reasoning, or broken logic, or some sort of psychosis seems to be utterly pervasive in politics. Globally, although the Americans seem to make parading it about on stage and trumpetting it to the world a celebration. I suspect my tolerance is running thin again and I need to take a vacation away from human beings.
A *full service* set of products, including outsourcing contract work.
Sadly, I'm pretty sure I know Dave. Although, not through his sales work.
its the silicone thing on the bottom what's causing the problem?
turn it upside down?
and. well. yeah -- we're back to that line.
I see that NotPetya will be the WMD of this round of military action.
This *might* not be a wise course of action.........
I see your Inspector Clouseau and raise you an Agent 86.
I say we put Inspector Clouseau, Agent 86, and Columbo in one movie. Hell, we have the technology, and *someone* out there has $6,000,000 for the project........
Must dig out one of those old Pink Panther films again
Must dig out all of those old Pink Panther films again, but definitely not the newest one.
It took me *actually* having to dig down to the "who we are" page before I was able to connect BMJ to British Medical Journal. Keep in mind, am left pondian, and from the *cough* upper 6/10's of the continent, so I am somewhat equipped to make these connections.
That the BMJ has a website that makes it that difficult to connect that particular pair of dots makes me wonder where it is headed.
Now, as for the OMG PROCESSED FUUDZ WILL KILLZ the issue is the hype around anything like this. Mostly I think it comes from some deep seated issue the diagnosticians *and* the publicists have with the current world *period*. I.E. Modern world sucks ass in all sorts of ways, (wars, politics, snowflakes, polarization of the proletariat, 99% vs 1% vs 0.0001%, MS, Oracle, Linux on the Desktop, HP laptops, Lenovo laptops, flavour of the tapwater, colour of the
sewage riverwater, sushi rollls, etc etc etc) so if it is relatively modern it must be killing us, lets go back to teh huntard/gathertard cavedweller!
That and the simple fact that if you yell something loud enough, and then point out that the research needs *LOTS* of fine tuning *someone* somewhere will throw lots of money at you to make that tuning
in their favour anyhow.
<hmm... I seem to be down a cup of (industrially processed) coffee this morning>
Thank you for that, I'll be adding Execubicile to the list with Execudont and corporofart.
Personally, with all the sh*t that keeps happening around the world, political and non-political, and given my age, were I to acquire sufficient funds, I'd be inclined to buy a hull of sufficient length and beam that I could live on until the ticker decides to quit. And having a contiguous global internet provider that did not require a physical connection or a tower within 2 miles would work rather well for me at that point.
Finding the right mast would be a separate operation in my books. I've a friend who does 24' racing in the lake, and they're currently arguing with the vendor about the POS they got from them last year. They've a picture of their current mast under load that makes me wonder *when* I'll hear about them being hauled back to shore on a rescue craft. Hopefully that gets sorted before this years re-step.
The idea of being out in the middle of an ocean and not having to deal with the bulk of humanity is looking better every single day.
Yes, but the NFL is broadcast live on TV, you don't need the internet or tor for that.
Our sources cannot be identified in order to protect their identities.............................................................................................................................................................
(from massive ridicule by people that actually know what they're talking about).
Well - my take on this one is the judge basically said
"Yo, legal beagle, you ain't got no leg on this dog, since we done been sayin that sh*t since afore you was waddlin in them there pampers".
But I think he did it with a bit more style.
As for the who borrowed who's lyrics I think he made it clear that since it is in the vernacular *you can't copyright* that sh*t. Which makes it a bit of an interesting point since it appears that there is some of that common sense fungus growing on that judge.
Letter to the Federal Communications Commission.
Raises questions about interpreting communications from the public.
Yer just jealous that its not easter yet. Yeeesh. Its coming bunny, its coming.
I'm going to guess here, you've recently graduated from a "How to secure computers" course and are now working for Amazon, Microsoft or Oracle.
You *do* realize that the global monster corporations have a rule, two people with qualifications, in a corner, writing things, and 2,000 people at minimum possible wage to do the work right?
Us "Old Mans"* are the ones that get called in when the airborne fecal matter impacts the rotary aerators for a very good reason.
*I'll note that one of the best forensic accountants and network flow analysts I've ever met is both old, and at one time was a man but now is no longer. And for that matter, there are Old Woman types I'll defer to as they have the breadth of experience and knowledge to make even my ego look small.
Easy there cowboy, while I respect your enthusiasm to help get this rolled out, we do want to make note of the key component of both that title and the point of release; OpenSSL alpha. This stuff be sandbox/playtime only in my books. Which is why I'm rejecting a code promotion from an idiot developer who cannot read. This goes nowhere near prod systems yet.
I have a vm or three what will get this, but I'll be kicking this off the Dev host now.
@ Chris King:
You weren't the only one.
The FCC has nothing to do with the Fraud Management on cell phones. Internationally, carriers share a 'stolen IMEI' listing and are required to collate fraud data to share with other carriers and the financial folks. It is a *huge* cost to the businesses and massively important.
"Blackbird singing in the dead of night
Take these broken wings and learn to fly"
I believe the blackbird has acquired a broken wing.....
Had a discussion with a
slave traderrecruiter discussing a project:
5 to 10 years enterprise Systems Operations in Windows/Unix/Linux heterogeneous environment, Masters in Computer Science, "extensive" experience in network configuration and diagnostics, and 3 to 5 years experience in applying high security configurations to windows, linux, unix, and networking equipment. Objective was to rebuild a 700 seat call centre support environment and provide 'rapid datacentre migration tools' to the client.
The offer was $28-$35/hrCA. No overtime, 6 Day weeks, and a 14 week schedule to completion.
I suggested that the Ontario Labour Relations board might like to have a peek at that contract.
Netezza. What ever happened to Netezza........
"With education spending being the HIGHEST IN THE WORLD, and per-dollar performance some of the LOWEST,"
With access to statistics and the ability to both read and do math, you would understand why what you say here is utter tripe. And it would also provide you with the understanding of what is *actually* wrong with the education system in the united states.
Partly motivation - especially when the young toughs deadlifting 150lb and acting like they're king kong notice the 40 something pudgy wife type in the mirror deadlifting 200 and change.
" since it's not profitable, the business model has no realistic path to profit, the core app business has no means of preventing competitors from copying it"
And yet Facebook.....
Oh good. They can arrest you and hold you without charge, bail, or contact with the rest of the world then.
@ Empty one:
Our mix (one red, one blue, 4 inches apart, left of door, just at hip height, no covers, no labels) was in the primary data centre.
It was suggested that we label the red one "Executive Exit Button" after a certain upper management type hit it not once, but three times over about 6 months. (after which someone got smart and wrapped a case over it)
--- I cannot comprehend why this idiot decided to raise his skull over the rim of the pit that he must have been hiding in lately. I rather suspect that the pit is a pothole and he's about to get run over by a self driving electric vehicle.
Clearly you've not been down hill skiing in -35C weather, and then had the pure joy of warming yourself from one end to the other with the glorious cheesy deliciousness of poutine. This makes me sad for you.
Have a beer to cheer up with.
What are you talking about.
Gravy doesn't go on the chips.
The chips are on the bottom.
The curds are in the middle.
The damn gravy goes on the fresh cheese curds. It is the best way to melt them over the chips.
Why .... Thank you .......
"Pretty sure "my god, it's full of stars" doesn't actually feature in the film"
I have copies of both. It features in both.
Hence my comment re: Debating what is or is not 'Space Opera'
From the Wikipedia entry for 'Space Opera':
Well, as usual wp is missing the *ULTIMATE* space opera movie.
Its just a jump to the left.
"Bad taste. Even with ketchup."
I'll agree. I doubt even Morrisons would put it in a pie.
I think it is interesting that one can order bulk translation functions while offering professional services in a foreign country, and then rinse the translator for Bulkfeil in the translation.
There were no engineers with any real training on that project.
And why it rips through cruise ships in a massive hurry. Something about greywater cycling .....
(First question you should ask when boarding)
Bob, your leek is showing.
I'm wondering if Rita and the PFY have decided that Simon needs a vacation. A long vacation. With white coats, wheel chairs and weeping willows by a stream, cool spring days with birds chirping....
(Damn, that sounds like a *great* idea)
Your 100Gb of dutifully collected internet memes will store quite well on your lightning fast flash drive for as long as it is worth powering up. (And just for S&G, unplug that drive for 18 months and see whats there afterward)
Some of us have real storage *requirements* to meet.
Currently reviewing ..... 240Pb .... of DB backup storage.
We'll keep a month on the (twin, geo separated) backup arrays, which although they have great honking flash caches, are ... . oh look. Spinning rust. And the rest of it goes (duplicated copies) on pairs of tapes. With the storage facilities 1100Km apart. Why? you think we're dinosaurs for doing that? No. Because real enterprises have to meet legal requirements. Legal requirements with consequences. Usually financial legal requirements. In two particular cases in my scope, executives can and *have* gone to jail for not having the data available to the courts.
And corporate budgets are corporate budgets. Neither tape nor spinning rust are going anywhere for a *very* long time in many places.
Trevor -> birds, sharks, lizards, crabs, and the most abundant form of food on the planet, krill.
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