Re: Is their hardware history better or worse than their software history?
8 posts • joined 18 Apr 2010
Intel have a major presence in the US as well, there could equally have been a snide comment on Trump.
If I understand your meaning correctly the “Jeremy Corbyn treatment” implies that I shouldn’t speak out when I see anti-semitism. Sorry, but no. I know an anti-Semite when I see one.
And why the sly reference to Israel?
I still remember pre-DOS and even pre-CPM when the input device was a teletype, so no on-screen detection.
We had a program (weren't call apps back then) where you had to type OFF to leave it. As there was no way of correcting typos the program just looked at the last 3 characters typed in.
A technician using the program forgot the OFF sequence and tried typing in EXIT, BYE, DONE etc all to no avail. Finally in a fit of rage he typed in F*** OFF. Bingo!
Nerd! I'm still using my Olivetti Programa 101. No need for a new fangled display. Adding machine paper roll is all you need - but it is getting hard to find typewriter ribbons.
Speaking as a British born Israeli I can speak with more authority than most of the twerps commenting here.
I much prefer the forthright say-what-you mean attitude of Israelis (a.k.a. rudeness to some people) that the totally insincere politeness of Brits. Its only rude if you take offence and my fellow Israelis certainly don't take offence just because someone says what he means.
When a Brit politely asks after your health you can be sure he doesn't give a shit and is just going through the motions. When an Israeli asks he really wants to know and will offer plenty of free advice as how to improve it. If you get offended and call it chutzpah, well poor you.
Finally regarding the last point. You mean we aren't the chosen people? Now I'm offended.
British tax money to Israel? Please quote when and how much
Most road speed camera signs around the world have a Hasslebad profile on them, totally foreign to most people under the age 50, or thereabouts.
Sadly, in spite of my valuable contribution to todays history and road safety lessons, I can't afford one.
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