Fridgid, high pressure environments create diamonds.... please no body tell the wife.
744 posts • joined 29 Jan 2010
Fridgid, high pressure environments create diamonds.... please no body tell the wife.
I merely like big butts.. and I also prefere telling of the truth. Though others maybe in disagreement with me on that, especially when matched with a slim midriff. Always a pleasing view partially when up close ....
Mine's the one with the fetching fedora
When you understand the reasons for things even if their not in your personal best interests you find alot of people in bad situations can take It on the chin and accept that the greater good is more pressing than your personal safety.
Unless it's completely pointless in which case I think it's permissible to somewhat miffed at your own side attempting to kill you.
You're all wrong. The correct answer is 42.
Terminator because it's the closest to a paranoid android.
But they're promised and even said they'd hand over their pocket change of they're caught doing it again
Would I be right in thinking hydroponics and large lights were involved?
I always thought perforations were a rip off...
Mine's than one with the pocket of Yorkshire tea
Beer battered carp can come pre boozed up?
Though it does result in a shameful 0.06% abv which would take some doing to get that to a meaningfully level for human consumption.
Pint because it's made me thirsty now.
Or even 2 free cores as the case with my old x2 550.
It is however occasionally brain surgery....
Mine's the one with the edible chips in the pocket
I can just imagine flying over a city at night with hacked lights giving some amusing message or more likely a large phallus....
Looks less of a ruler and more of a yard stick.... matter of perspective I suppose.
(Also no word on server partners who might look to building chassis that can take this new standard I note..)
They considered it but did you see the prices of the note 7's?
I'm more of a fan of phased plasma rifles myself (something in the 40 watt range?).
I do however wonder if this could be used for other purposes like optical switching since the faster the better and all that?
If only he 'each'.....(I own 7 at the moment...)
I can think of others who might help. One or two glorious leaders for starters...
Fine, I'll have to get back to replying in a keyboard rather than my phone as it always adds a space before a question mark and I can't be arsed to remove it everytime (it also adds a random space to the begining of a sentence on the reg comments which again through apathy I've stopped giving a toss over hence the non capitalised 'i') as for why I used 'is' as opposed 'are', that would be more of the nature of the question since using 'is' can be considered a more aggressive response, nay even a challenge as opposed to 'ere's which can be taken as a more polite enquiry.
There's also the cultural context of speech patterns not being the same for ever part of the country... soft southern.... people and they're Oxford English dictionaries. No queens speech for me,etc etc.
Now where's my flat cap?
The duck moves...
I've also found it's been known to make the world go sideways. Though that might have been a matter of perspective ...
Some of us would rather drink absinthe in a dingy French bar than watch football.. so it's all relative
Where's the acme catalogue when you need it? Or does using that get you on a watch list too?
That is a lot of special interest dvds...
Mine's the one with magazines I only read for the articles....
I can see the appeal. I mean imagine the walk home in the depths of winter... backpack on under your coat running a full build should keep things nice and toasty for the journey, no?
Flame because I still don't trust li-on batteries enough to strap them to my back.
What's not to like?
Well the tomato sauce would ruin an otherwise perfect full English. The sauce, it must be brown!
For good train service you want the Keighley and worth valley railway.
A proper train pulling decent well maintained caridges, manned by happy staff complete with on-board bar (serving between 2 to 4 handpulled pints depending on what they've managed to get in)
You refresh using the mouse? How long before something in chrome looks dated? And for clunky experiences I tried developing on chrome for a few days. Hated every second of it.
No sign of Blinky then?
- Mines the one with 'Fishing times' in the pocket
I think it's more a case of forewarning us that AI had replaced ESP research in the more shadowy side of certain technological industrial complexes. In so much as the higher end far out reseasrch can show better results than ESP. It might also be a hint that they're combining the two. Using AI to enhance ESP capacity.
I could of course be totally wrong since amanfrommars also reads like a Google spider got stuck down the back of a conspiracy nuts dictionary..
If only HTC still did a phone like the desire z this could have been avoided. Proper keyboard in a useful format, it was also the last HTC I bought.
Send the Navy back to school;
At the Royal Navy's annual Unmanned Warrior exercise
By it's very definition 'Warrior' has to be person.. unless it's the explicit name of something (like the HMS Warrior I suppose)
That could be awkward....
Your car knows what you did last night....
I wonder what constitutes an emergency too? Would non damaging rocking motions count? How about steamed windows?
Both the autopilot and the drive - we all know corners take Americans by surprise....
(Also in all seriousness - He admitted he 'Looked up and suddenly there was a sharp left hand corner' so.. what was he busy looking at that was more important than the road?)
Maybe with the girl with the EeePC? We haven't seen her for a while....
The nature of this licence is such that someone else not in apache can get the licence revoked stuffing everyone else further up the chain.
It's like having a nice rum punch only to have an uninvited guest turn up and demand you remove the rum because they take issue with you using the same rum as they've got at home.
He wants to stop crazed AI from taking over. So what about crazed governments? Got any sage regulation for that? Has he never heard of Halons razor? AI might turn out better in the long run.
Luxury! My old flat had no parking at all. There were 24 apartments and the only available parking was the disabled bays across the road (in fairness it was on a partial pedestrianised road but the nearest parking was 5 mins away and eye wateringly expensive).
Glad I live in the sticks now where I can at least park on our community parking spots.
A wind farm on every corner silly.....
Where it's up for debate if it's a man or machine behind the handle (Amanfrommars being an oft. touted example.)
As for telling most reg commentards are real is easy. Just imagine the words said as sarcastically as possible and if that makes more sense then they're real.
*Mines the one with the flack jacket sewn inside...
I've got a similar system set up at home (hacked nowTV box running plex client which is served by my test/dev/pissing around with server running esxi). I also did the same to said microserver for my parents (though only 3TB of storage plus it runs backups for them, though it does have the borg cube sticker set on it because they're slightly bigger geeks than me).
But as for the average punter' this is probably beyond them or their comprehension (since it's a TV it should just work no?) so not everyone has this option.
I'd generally much prefer a dumb device if I'm going to hang onto it for a while. Like a tv for example (though I've found a way to solve that. Large monitor with hdmi but I digress). Putting a poorly supported OS into anything then giving it internet access is asking for trouble.
But I thought no person could avoid death and taxes?
Let it be known how many of those 'empty' seats were booked at the time?
That being said if they investigate further then i wonder how the other side would fare under the same scrutiny? (£350 million a week anyone?)
I'd rather the train company spent the money on
The more we find out, the less we find we know.
I also remember reading how ice and water generally has some of the weirdest properties of pretty much anything. Make water a solid and it gets larger not smaller and thats just the tip of the iceberg...Ah. I'll get my coat.
Not always.. had a mail server running lets encrypt certs and the damn thing wouldn't automatically switch certs if the old cert didn't get deleted when the new cert was created (not a general public mail box, it was mainly used for tests and my personal email which i mainly used as a spam catch or job applications).
That being said having a wildcard cert would be massively helpful for test servers/sub domains for smaller businesses/customers and those who don't have a massive (or any) budget spare for purchasing SSL certs and should generally be roundly applauded.
P.S. I'm also aware it's mearly one part of a larger security overview (SQL injection, remote desktop, weak/non-existant SSH cert passwords, default wordpress/drupal/cms of choice etc. etc. anyone?) - but the more tools we have to secure things, the better.
P.P.S - Pint because it's friday and they probably deserve it.
There's both in fuck it...
If there's no time table is the bus still late?
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