Re: own bags? My experience...
Or commit carrot fraud.
37 posts • joined 7 Dec 2010
The way the Law is worded all costs are paid by the newspaper/website regardless of the outcome/merit of the case. Given that UK Libel law is already so bad many countries refuse to help enforce any penalties awarded this is not a good thing.
So say a newspaper uncovers something the size of the expenses scandal and attempts to publish it, then they could be sued by hundreds of members or parliament and regardless of outcome be on the hook for the lawyers fees. Under those circumstances I suspect no one would be using a cheap lawyer to sue either.
Free movement of people:-
I am biased as during the great financial crisis of 2008 I found myself with no contract and almost no new contracts coming up in the UK.Got a call about a role in Amsterdam on a Monday, phone interview on the Tuesday flew out for a face to face interview on the Thursday and started work the Monday following. All nice and easy, with no freedom of movement I would have been stuffed.
Are not the worst hing in the world, the thing is we also have a customs union this is why we can't currently have a free trade agreement with countries outside the EU. A simple example is garlic, Garlic from outside the EU is subject to a 9.6% import duty, so if I import garlic into the UK I can export it to the rest of the EU with a minimal amount of paperwork. Norway has a free trade deal with the EU, however its import duty for garlic is 0% so if you want to export garlic from Norway to the EU there is far more paperwork involved as the duty depends on where the garlic originated. If you grow garlic for export the duty is 0% if you import form outside the EU and reexport then the duty is 9.6%.
Generally I will be okay as either it will all be great beer will be a pound a pint and everyone will own a British made car. Or it will go to shit at which point I will hopefully have finished my Master degree so will qualifier for either an EU blue Card/Emigration to New Zealand/Australia/Canada.
Listen you, stop confusing the issue with facts and logic we want none of those new dangerous concepts around here thank you very much.
As a somewhat angry DBA my recommendation often depends on the skill of the development team, developers who engage and speak to us pretty much get to run what they want (hence we have stuff running on postgres and MongoDB). Idiots get either Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle as we end up needing the recovery tools and/or performance diagnostic tools.
I am making a good living cleaning up after badly DevOpsified stuff, much like agile its not some kind of magical unicorn tears that you sprinkle around and everything works.
Currently I see a lot of the following:-
Agile = Waterfall without the testing.
DevOps = Writing puppet modules that only sort of work then finishing the configuration by hand.
Problem with citing a single study is there is usually an equal and opposite study, looking just at Glucosamine sulfate the full text of the study referenced is available here as a pdf here http://www.oarsijournal.com/article/S1063-4584%2805%2980007-X/pdf a brief look suggests it is a reasonably well run study however of you head over to http://www.arthritisresearchuk.org/arthritis-information/complementary-and-alternative-medicines/cam-report/complementary-medicines-for-osteoarthritis.aspx an analysis of multiple studies shows that its effects are uncertain.
Also as its a dietary supplement there are issues with over use (people taking more than the recommended safe levels) which could potentially increase the risks of diabetes (ref http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20923823 full text available free of charge).
Also commercially available glucosomine products are not what you would call natural being ground up shellfish shells that are then subject to various chemical processes.
This isn't to say the products of 'big pharama' are any better as there is a tendency to hide or not publish research that is negative or indicates problems.
I am reasonably certain I hit the download but don't install option (is that even a thing or did I read it wrong). win10 then came along with its size 12's and installed itself. It all looks pretty and everythign but absolutely refuses to recognize either the Ethernet or the wifi cards...
worked for as large energy provider once with some Sun servers 13 years out of support with sun but under contract with some third party outfit to replace failed hardware. Talking to an engineer replacing a CPU I asked what the warranty period was on the replacement parts and the answer was if it boots then that is the end of the warranty period. That combined with the power input/heat output of the older kit and the space it took up proved to be useful levers for getting some newer hardware.
The US defines a craft brewery as one producing less than 6 million barrels a year, produces mostly beer from traditional ingredients an is not 25% or more owned by an alcoholic beverage industry member that is not a small brewer.
Making something drinkable is not on the list of requirements.
Exhibition road by the science museum technically shared space although the occasional taxi seems to be playing carmageddon as its a bit too much of a straight through road to really work.
And this crossroads https://email@example.com,-0.084104,3a,75y,90t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1s9urVPP1riysE-32fand4bw!2e0 which works pretty well, except at lunch time when three street food stalls are there and the queues form diagonally across the intersection. The confused look on drivers faces is priceless and the chicken/lamb kebabs are good, the other two food vendors seem a little heavy on the salad/wierd grain based hipster food so haven't tried them yet.
INMEMORY_QUERY doesn't enable the feature. It allows sessions to use the feature if it is enabled, to enable the feature the parameter INMEMORY_SIZE is used to assign memory to the column store this defaults to 0 (disabled) and requires a restart to set, so not quite as on by default as it seems.
We have some marvelous chaps (in IT development) called chief scientists. They do nothing scientific and produce software that requires constant care and feeding to keep it barely functional. I believe we have actually discovered the anti-boffin capable of wiping out rational thought on contact.
I think you are using the wrong value for calories in rice, dried long grain rice is around 350-380 calories per 100g, 2kg gives around 7000 calories, unless you do indeed have 2kg of cooked rice hanging around in the fridge then you only have 2720 calories of potential food poisoning to enjoy.
Having said that I'm not sure I could eat 2kg of rice in a week so good luck.
The pincushion effect is noticeable, on a wide screen with a short projection distance the edges of the image bow outwards noticeably, curving the screen fixes this, I'm not sure the light striking the screen at different times is relevant but it would be a side effect of fixing pincushion distortion by curving the screen and sounds good in marketing literature.
never seen this limit, (going back as far as version 7.3.4) so not sure what they are talking about, there is a limit of 1000 columns in a table although that would indicate your doing something really stupid.
Possibly they have performance problems with data > 100,000 rows being returned but there is no hard limit.
The only really worthwhile qualification for the database product is the OCM, for which you need to have an OCP first so total cost is all your money, as the OCP requires you take a qualifying course from oracle first and the OCM requires an additional 2 courses.
Courses are between 1500 and 2500 pounds and the OCM exam was about 1500 last time I looked, so all in around 7,000 to 9,000 pounds provided you pass first time. I'm not sure I will get that under the Christmas tree and frankly there are things I would rather have. The big advantage of the OCM is its recognised as a professional Qualification by some other countries so can help if you want to emigrate and don't have a degree (Or failed to get one (twice)).
You remember incorrectly, rowers give way to sail as there are directions of travel a sail can not take you in, however its polite to take into account the fact that an 8 man boat may have a bit of a turning circle issue an being in the right doesn't help fix the holes or mend bones.
Did someone drop an order of magnitude somewhere?
Yes I think you did (although my maths is often dodgy) 7.4 million divided by 24 is 308,300 trips per year, divide by 365 is 845 trips per day, divide by 24 is 35 per hour. If 7.4 million is one way that is an average of 17.5 per hour in each direction.
However demand is not going to be even so during peak load its could be a long wait for a capsule (Mr Erlang had some maths for this but its been a while and I don';t know what the assumptions are in the 7.4 million guesstimate), also there is an assumption that the whole boarding,security and luggage loading process can be streamlined, if so could Mr Musk please sort out Heathrow and Gatwick airports baggage systems.
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