Re: Bribe developers with tee-shorts
Why are you all so worried about T-shorts? When worn properly there's no arm in them.
1154 posts • joined 3 Jul 2010
Why are you all so worried about T-shorts? When worn properly there's no arm in them.
- Find a way to leave the house and meet girls!
Bitcoin never ceases to amaze me. So much intelligence and ingenuity poured into being colossally stupid.
They weren't needed, thanks to one weird trick discovered by a MOM. NASA hates her!
How can they be accurate, when they're not conducted on a device in normal operating conditions? The tests should be repeated with the iPhones in their owners' pockets or hands.
And is probably the real reason iPhones cost so much more. Hiring security ain't cheap, you know - they have to make it back somewhere.
Like payday loan companies and cheque cashing bureaux? Letting agents and bookies aren't half as bad as those bastards.
But surely the new Apple tool means you can leave it behind?
He's not coming back.
The point is that you can read it. The text is only in reverse in the code; the right-to-left display algorithm returns it to the correct orientation when it displays on your screen.
I read that as "Sin City", and pictured Google Maps with Instagram filters turning the Street View into distorted three-colour images and showing where to find the prostitutes and hitmen.
Actually, that might be more useful. Get to it, programmers.
Surely there is no need to replace the entire device if this happens? Just delete the Katy Perry albums and the problem goes away by itself.
Do not be fearing, little Western man. Before date I shave leg, armpit *and* chest!
Well, now we know what the next exciting instalment of BOFH will be about, don't we?
Well, duh - that's why you put it all in a RAR file!
Does this drive have sufficient space to store allthepornontheinternet.rar?
(Paris, because she has sufficient space to store anything.)
Pedant: Lee was having no trouble spending his ill-gotten gains. He was being charged $20 a day to hole up in a shed.
Be patient, EE had to see the results before commissioning hitmen.
No, they don't. In fact, Epyx sports games were best known for not being joystick thrashers. Their preferred control systems were rotational and/or rhythmic.
And Winter Games wasn't World Games, or Summer Games II. Great series overall, though, with the exception of California Games.
There are already laws to defend the mentally handicapped aganst sexual exploitation, but raping their wallets is OK in your little world I guess?
The people who go to payday loan companies are mainly desperate, not stupid. They're taking the loan so they can pay the rent or eat. Sure, there will be the odd cretin who goes to Wonga so he can buy a PS4 and those people deserve whatever they get, but in the main payday loan companies are morally equivalent to a man offering a homeless woman a bed for the night if she'll fuck him.
If we're still small compared to Americans, surely we're pikelets?
Several large polls have been conducted on the subject, and they all show that support for the Union is even higher in the rest of the UK than it is in Scotland.
There was such a statement, but the government blocked it because it made them look bad.
I agree. Keep up the good work.
Next week on CSI: Baker Street:
"The killer refrained from using omnibuses, hansom cabs or his own vehicles to commit this murder, Watson. You might say ... the game is afoot!"
"Buy the extended life battery".
(What's that you say? iPhones don't have user-fitted batteries? So much for functionality, you can't even murder your wife with one.)
That's how long it will take for Starbucks to set up a franchise.
I'll swap you - if Scotland gets independence, I'll be the first to leave. Take a look at the report on Scottish independence in the current issue of the Economist. Salmond's plan for independence is to spend all the oil money and hope it brings in business. Students of history will note that in general terms this is painfully similar to the Darien Project, where Scotland overcommitted its existing resources to New World colonisation in the hope that this would bring in great wealth. The gamble didn't pay off, and the result was... Scotland having to sign the Act of Union.
Yes, but there are ways to find a copy if you're willing to put in the effort. Try this plan:
1) Go to obscure online retailer www.amazon.com.
2) Search for "Windows 7" in Software - the site search engine should automatically recommend this department.
3) Buy the item at the very top of the page.
It gets slightly more complex if you want Pro or Ultimate. Then you have to perform an intermediary step where you scroll down to find the specific item you want, as it is further down the first page.
Perhaps Chicago was selected because it is a more wretched hive of scum and villainy?
I'd rather see AT&T fall foul of consumers using plenty of Drogo.
Songs will suffer if the noble joint is consigned to the ashtray of history, and you know it. I mean, who'd listen to this?
I vape 2ml in the morning
I vape 2ml at night
I vape 2ml in the afternoon
It makes me feel alright
Yes, it is. YouTube are trying to get something for nothing, or at least as little as they can get away with.
So it's a pity that your comment had to be flavoured with the "internet piracy is killing music" crap that we hear all the time from RIAA and their cronies - something that has been proven false time and again by indie artists discovering that giving some of their music away for free on the web actually increased their sales.
Internet piracy reduces the margins of corporations churning out bland drivel. The people being affected by YouTube's musical land grab are not affected by it half so much.
If YouTube MySpace, weirdo, you're going to regret the day you were born.
Some guy called Tobergta, I think.
And the even more pertinent question: why are we sending humans into space to retrieve satellites instead of specially trained geckos?
Well, yes. But while anyone who can read can get the information, only criminals can use it because using it is the crime.
Kudos to the bank for issuing the kids with an excuse note, but I can't imagine how it went down with the school. "Please excuse X and Y for being late into school this afternoon. They were here with us at the Bank of Montreal, trying to explain why we shouldn't call the cops on them."
No, I didn't. I admit, though, that I did make a mistake in that I spelt it correctly.
Is this really an advance in computing, or does it mark a degeneration in humans? The typical 13-year-old on the internet gets harder to distinguish from an Eliza every year.
"What do you think about X?"
"hurr lol your mom is X"
It must be, it's a game four squares.
Seriously: the soundtrack for the C64 version is brilliant. I'm going to listen to the whole damn thing when I can get onto YouTube.
We've always known that an iPhone is like a penis. Tell the owner their pride and joy is too small and they'll say they've never had any problems using it or had any complaints about the size, and prising it out of their hand is seemingly impossible.
Some confusion there. It's not called the World Series because it's a global competition, but because it was originally sponsored by a newspaper called the World.
On the other foot: back in the 1870s one of those Complete Books For Boys listed rules for baseball that were identical to the rules for rounders in the Complete Book for Girls of the same year.
Just two. The real question is how you get them into the light bulb.
And points deducted from El Reg for not using that one.
That depends. Does Roberta have two left hands? Because if not, the person holding the phone is not the person in the selfie.
We don't all stream porn on our phones, you know.
My heaviest data usage was during the Snooker World Championships, when I had iPlayer on all afternoon and part of the morning five days a week for two weeks. I still didn't go above 3GB for the month.
Well, that's the thing. He may have told the ATM he loved it, but really he was only after its money.
Fans will know that it's David Braben, not Brabham.
On a related note (though not related to Elite): RIP Sir Jack Brabham.
I think it's a mistake to compare this device to a console on the basis of size. It's a PC that has had most of the cooling systems stripped out so it will fit in a smaller case, and being sold at a higher price using the novelty factor as a lever.
Also, due to the aforementioned lack of proper cooling and the temperatures noted in the article, you should expect the components to start degrading within a few months and to burn out completely in perhaps a year if you're lucky.
I'm pretty sure that if some company that no-one has heard of yet looks like it could break into the top three, one of the existing top three will purchase it long before it gets that large.
Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2017