As of July 1st 2018, would Canadian astronauts be safe to grow weed in space?
312 posts • joined 19 Nov 2010
As of July 1st 2018, would Canadian astronauts be safe to grow weed in space?
I think you forgot the sarcasm tag.
I hear C3PO really likes it when Henry Hoover uses the beater bar.
Re: water into wine...
The phone does that already.
Get someone's iPhone wet and see how much they whine!
If it were a trumpkin, it would be the yuuuuugest pumpkin ever.
It would make America great again!
Legal to the point where you would be able to grow plants (up to 3?) for personal consumption.
I worked as a systems administrator at an accounting firm for a few years.
This was just after they had absorbed a smaller firm.
It turned out that the smaller firm's IT guy had purchased 1 legal copy of Windows 2000 and one copy of MS Office and installed it on all 50 machines in the firm. He did the same with all the accounting software.
He was fired as soon as that was found out, and I was hired on. It was a mess to fix. It also wreaked havoc with our IT budget that first year.
Have a cold beer and a wank.
Relieve that frustration before coming back to the board.
Good point. I go to more than a few server farms that warn you to turn off all wireless comms while in the server rooms.
But when I turn off Bluetooth and WiFi I actually want it to be off with none of this backgrounding nonsense.
"Reaching out" implies you used your arm and "pinging" implies you used an ICMP packet.
I read that as using an ICBM, and thought that's quite a ping! :)
"I would not, could not, on a train. I could not, would not, in the rain."
Ah, but in the end the green eggs and ham were eaten and enjoyed!
I see an iPhone XI in Dabbsy's future!
Sorry about the skid marks, I found a particularly fine Indian establishment last night...
I have a charge only usb cable that I take with me, it is lacking the data lines.
Came with a cheap rechargeable flashlight.
A charge only mode has existed on BlackBerry devices for years.
You were presented with an option menu each time you connected to a new usb host.
Android started doing the same with version 5 I think?
Obviously they used only the best hard cheese.
Buying a car with cash isn't so hard, it just depends on how pricey it is.
I've bought many sub-$5000 cars for cash, and my brother in law paid $26k in cash for his first car...
Though I admit carrying $26k is not the safest thing to do...
"Only one owner..."
It actually says "one previous owner", so the current seller is the vehicles 2nd owner.
When I worked as a sysadmin at an accounting firm years ago, we got a new HR goon.
You could smell him the moment he entered the parking garage 6 floors below.
The smell of stale coffee, stale cigarette smoke, stale sweat, poured off him in waves.
Or when they call you to deal with their CUPS problems.
A cock up would certainly help in this line of work.
We should be eco friendly and send Schwartzenneger.
He always says he'll be back.
And don't call me Shirley.
Obviously they don't consider the robot to be an astronaut. :)
CofE is an Anglican Church, isn't it?
That would make it a Catholic Church, but an English Catholic Church.
Anglicans don't believe the Pope is the voice of God on Earth.
My Anglican Church is a high church and is frequented by many Roman Catholics who want a service done largely in Latin.
What I don't understand is Walmart already offers free home delivery for online orders over $50.
They ship by FedEx, CanPar, Canada Post...
We've had deliveries to our home that consisted of multiple 50Lb boxes.
Maybe they don't offer this in the USA?
Cap leakage is also the first thing I look for on Lenovo or HP desktops that act strangely.
At some point they were all affected, and all the caps came from the same manufacturer. I seem to remember them all being identifiable by an X on the top?
"career limiting move"
Maybe not, it might open up a new sideline business for you. :)
"Are you sure my computer has a virus? I ways wear a condom while surfing porn. Can you come check me after you clean my computer?"
I would guess that the scammer would copy the file to their own machine before opening it.
The scammer wouldn't want to be seen opening the file after all!
She has decided it should be named:"The Jizz Whiz"
But spade and quicklime can't do double duty as long pork BBQ!
Turbos are too laggy.
I've got a supercharger button!
Must be session beer.
Attila the Hun had a firm grasp of military strategy, and a clear plan of action when it came to what he wanted to achieve.
Attila probably didn't lie, and then lie about lying either.
I'm not sure the same can be said of Trump.
@Steve Davies 3
Be careful what you wish for.
Microsoft will not release another version of Windows.
The next OS they release will be "Microsoft Ads 1"
I work for a large IT services company in Canada.
One of our large clients (a major petroleum corporation) has some pretty strict H&S policies for contractors.
I need to reverse the car into any parking spot at their petrol stations and put on a high vis vest and steel toe boots that protect the ankles before stepping out of my car.
I need to wear the high vis vest inside the store while working on their computers. And put on cut resistant gloves if I need to touch any cables under the counters because there might be rough edges on things.
We also have to fill out "work safe" forms detailing what we will be doing and every potential risk of injury we could encounter along with preventive measures to avoid said risks.
Even if all we are doing is replacing a mouse.
I owned a couple of Sony minidisc players.
They were pretty good, once you figured out the crap pc software.
Back in 1999 or 2000 I had a Rex5000.
I loved that little thing. Data entry on it was crap, but worked well when you used it to sync with the laptop app.
Porn links eh?
Head teacher? Fnar fnar.
Got a bunch of phone calls from a scammer offering me a wonderful all expenses paid trip to their new 5 star hotel in Mexico.
I let him ramble on for a few minutes and then when he asked for my credit card number to reserve my trip, I said:
"Wait, did you say Mexico? I was asked never to return to Mexico. There was some trouble with the cartels and some explosions..."
The phone call ended rather abruptly after that.
My paid for provider doesn't collect data either, and when it comes to running on my Android it provides a config file for OpenVPN.
Bah, my coffee consumption has nothing to do with my BP being 148/109.
OK, maybe a little to do with it...
"may contain nuts"
Food labels have an allergy warning after the ingredient list in Canada.
The jar of peanuts? Two ingredients: roasted peanuts, salt.
Allergy warning? "Contains peanuts"
I should hope it contains peanuts!
Turning them off when not in use would also make it that much harder for younglings to electrocute themselves when they stick things in the plug.
Both people you infect need to pay up before you receive your decryption key.
VMs would end up costing you twice as much as just paying up for the first infection.
There are companies who have gone to 8.1, I know of one major Canadian bank that migrated to 8.1 with their last PC refresh.
Why they did it? No clue. Maybe because of the Surface Pro tablets they rolled out to management?
I think they are crazy.
"technology tart / technology journalist.
What's the difference between tart and journalist? Other than there are presumably things a tart won't do for any money"
Tarts dress better.
My insurance company managed to spell my family name correctly in part one of my forms, and then incorrectly in part two.
Took several months to correct, as each time they make a change they send out new documents with the corrected info. Each time they managed to fix one part and screw up the other.
Never caused any problems with.my claims though.
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