Best tag line ever
Made me ask IT for a new keyboard!
Now, off to make a fresh brew
13 posts • joined 10 Feb 2010
1 x boiling water (enough to fill cup (saves electricity not boiling a full kettle!)
1 x PG Tips / Tetleys in the cup (What ever's on offer at <<insert your supermarket here>>
1 x TSP fresh skimmed milk
Turn kettle on
Place tea bag into cup
Once water is boiled, pour water into cup. Allow to mash (Yes, yes, brew etc) for about 4 mins until you cannot see the bottom of the cup
Add a splash of milk (with teabag still in)
Wait a further minute or so, stiring for the last 20 seconds.
The using a spoon, drag and squeeze the bag up the side of the cup.
Sit down and enjoy.
PS - The 3 blighters can wait for their cereal whilst I go through this ritual every morning!
As a person who lives in the sticks in South Devon, I hope I'm not in the 10%,
The best we can get on a good day is 3 meg and that's the best! This averages out about 2 meg (and I do mean averages!) No hope of fibre to the premises, even in a new build area.
Megaphone because, can you hear my data?
Title: Modern wedding
Followed by 'Modern Wedding x2' - Which ironically follows mine of 6 years (Can't see it going any longer!)
Think Brad Pitt and Jen Aniston for the bride and groom. Ashton Kutcher as bestman and the gals off sex and the city as bridesmaids.
Maybe have some comic element of Chevy Chase as chef for the wedding.
Finally, director.... Angie Jolie?!
Just had a thought - If nothing can speed up to the speed of light without requiring infinite energy, how the hell do torches and light bulbs and lasers etc work?
I didn't realise the 2 AAs in my torch created infinity energy, there was me thinking they created 3 volts!
What's the issue?
I reckon it's something along the lines of a new dimension - I'm talking the analogy of 2D beings seeing 3D objects - Could it be that we, humans, are only able to observe things in 1 time-stream and that actually, time is multi-vectored?
If it isn't a calculation error, then it my theory above could explain the reason we can't seem to do much with neutrinos, because they are just 'side-stepping' in the other dimension slightly.
And BTW, no - I'm not a scientist or claim to play one!
So, how do we go about server side sessions? This has nothing to do with browser settings! How can the ICO enforce this law unless they have access to our sessions folders / tables?
Also, can custom URL be defined as a cookie - say for instance
First person access site - gets ID of 1, so all links are written like www.example.com/index/1/page
Second person access site - gets ID of 2, so all links are written www.example.com/index/2/page
Does this come under the same regulations?
If these machines cannot print - how come we see 'samples' of the images in newspapers or articles online?
It doesn't matter that these machines can't print - but they sure as hell have an option to save to disc / mem card etc.
If they didn't, then how can they re-call images after the fact?
It seems that whilst this started as a joke, the rushed cover-up answer seems to be saying that it can never happen.
But surely there is nothing stopping one of the operators to remove the storage device, connect to computer - view - print?!
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