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Federal Government? That is interesting...
135 posts • joined 2 Nov 2010
Federal Government? That is interesting...
"We are aligning our leadership structure to continue to become more efficient in order to deliver the benefits of our strategy even faster than before," Krzanich said
A classic of its type.
Definitely sounds Australian... Fatty waddling around, clutching his didgeridoo.
I don't think it's real. There isn't a single use of the word 'quantum'.
... meum est a puncto
Don't forget Alice
... wow. Wow. Fucking wow.
Brunel. Stevenson. Bell. Wright (both of them). Musk.
... to my mind demonstrates how to handle surveillance. Everything is collected and stored. Government agencies needing access to data have to apply to a citizen run oversight organisation for specific pieces of data.
... my skull redone in sintered titanium. I will then make a bundle as the next Marvel super hero. I would need a snappy handle. Titanium Man? Too long... Tit Man?
Prop is wrong. Nice, though.
... it's usurping. The progressive mantra is that the masses cannot be trusted.
No, think outside the box. Tell the Sir Humphrey types that you're a lesbian clown with an interest in phases of the moon. Use the resultant shower of cash to fund your product.
Possibly that ban on Chinese products wasn't clever..
... is the Chippendale Effect.
Actually, they called him " criminal of a thousand years". The implication being that his role was to subvert the process of returning Hong Kong.
I never really understood the " running dog" translation. More like " tail following dog" actually... so, in modern parlance, " poodle". Not at all what they accused Mr Patten of.
Dead is dead. And no, let's not except two world wars.
... over time, has more gun deaths than the US in total, not excepting the Civil War. Largely state owned, interestingly.
... comment ever.
... was destroyed. At government rates. Right.
... don't want to see the pictures when it "blows over".
Fantastic article... haven't seen that much dodgy implicature in ages.
... it's technically cheese.
You forgot "... and reloaded five times"
... the extra knuckles to get decent inswing on poo.
Mr. Ren would like his surname back. Yes,I know it's complicated... but do try to keep up.
I don't understand the icon.. .
Look it up. You're wrong.
You need to notify the dictionary people that they're wrong, Ted. They seem to think that the two spellings are legitimate variants for both noun and verb forms of the verb.
Or you could be talking out your arse.
... a limited understanding of the word 'poor'. With a cash income of 80 cents a week, this is better than a month's income in rural s areas of India.
Neat idea, but useless if you are on the grid, which is to say, fairly poor but able to afford incandescent light bulbs, and to expensive if you actually are poor.
... thank you, Jesus!
What a wuss.Chuck a few slabs of tinnies in the back of the Holden and a real bloke is right as rain in the bush
Give is arguably ditransitive. 'Give me it'sound s a bit rural, but it's defensible.
Actually, there are some possible reasons. Support for MS formats is pretty bad. Formatting and embedded charts seldom work properly from .odt to .doc/.docx or vice versa. .ods spreadsheets lack quite a lot of the functionality of .xls. Sharing spreadsheets with MS users is fraught as the user programmed functions don't work.
I understand the issue is the secretive nature of MS file formats. I have standardized my own company on Open Office, and it works well for us. We keep a copy of MS Office handy though.
The new Yulong 'Love ^ Time'.
What's not to like?
Goo in Chinese... tonal language, so depending on how you say it...
drum, mushroom, ancient, guess
Numerous other possibilities, though none particularly rude.
... works rather well for me. If you need an unencumbered OS with a short learning curve for a fairly large group of users, it's fine.
If you don't like it, try Mint, another fine distro.
.... could possibly go wrong?
You were doing fine until the last paragraph, when you admitted to fraud, which makes you just as big a tosser as the companies that don't live up to contacts of sale.
Basically, this is the wrong site for you. Most of us are in the biz as well as being consumers.
.... is the obvious suspect here.
I am very dubious of the cousin in this article that salaries and benefits are largely clawed back by employers. I suppose it does happen in some cases. However, the Shenzhen job market is very much a buyers market. Any perceived trickery like that results in workers abandoning your plant for one down the road with better net salaries.
The' slave labour' meme makes for good stories, but it's dreadful journalism.
A more accurate story would conclude that factory workers in Shenzhen do pretty well, given the cost of living, though are starting to be squeezed a bit by inflation.
However, that story would hko against the
Well, yes.... But think.
All those financials that you need to keep, but would rather not bother the revenue with. I mean, either side of the pond it's effectively wide open to government level scrutiny... But what will happen if Her Majesty, or one of her loyal servants, wants a peek at a data store in the PRC?
Sure, the commies can see your data, and in some cases, that may be a problem. However, I see this being very popular with a certain crowd.
Yes , kudos for an exemplary, if slightly (but convincingly) inarticulate, man in the street with pickup and guns point of view. Well played, sir.
... people who piss him off tend to have terrible accidents with baseball bats in public places.
Of course, it could be worse....
Mr. Prickett-Morgan writes really thorough, informed articles. There are always a few grammatical clangers... Kind of his seal of authenticity.
Enjoy them for the content... Genuinely outstanding, sometimes.
Nothing wrong with a landy, in the right place, and at the right time. The wrong time, obviously, is when a load of composition B goes off under your arse.
300k on a flash motor and a watch would get you laid a lot more reliably...
Log burners are much closer to carbon neutral than, say, mains powered heating.
... would have paid more for ownership of this.
It's in .223, bolt action and a four round mag....
... and a retreat from agricultural production on marginal land, greatly increased rates of urbanisation, massive building out of nuclear power, and population declines resulting from the transformation of societies that can be observed worldwide...
And the job is a good one.
You listening, Greenpeace?
What is a suitable calibre for a charging 23 tonne dinosaur?
.60 nitro express suddenly seems inadequate.
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