> ""mammals such as birds" Tits?"
Or a brown throated warbler.
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> ""mammals such as birds" Tits?"
Or a brown throated warbler.
> ”Does this mean we might finally get the full 'landline' experience using mobiles?
HELLO, HELLO.....CAN YOUR HEAR ME??!!"
I used to use Vodafone on Australia, and that was exactly the experience we got. They then had the gall to claim that the phone I owned was "incompatible with their network".
Funny, considering I bought it from them as part of the plan.
Never again will Vodafail grace my devices.
Based in Switzerland.
Don't get much mail storage for a free account compared to the "You are the Product"..ahem..free email systems, but for a few bob per day you can get some serious storage, with ProtonVPN thrown in for the top level account.
The govt demanded it, and now they're seeking to blame the tax payer for their incompetence.
Well, so I've heard *shifty eyes*
Rules 5 & 6
Life turns up everywhere it can.
Life turns up everywhere it can't.
> "He's getting a whole lot done while you and yours distract each other laughing about how stupid he is.
Who's the imbecile again?"
The imbecile would be the ones swallowing his 140 character brainfarts as gospel.
You, in other words.
Personal levitation and gyroscopic device all in one.
In 5, 4, 3, 2, 1....
Welcome to the DPRUSA.
It's almost like they don't want anyone to visit, live or work there.
Us aussies have all had a wee chunder in the back of a taxi, so that's why we're loathe to share out our AV, we know someone will end up splashing the insides with a technicolour yawn.
We're a crass lot, so there would also be the boogers wiped in the carpet or under the door handle, splooge in places you wouldn't think possible, and somehow, someone would leave a perfectly formed steamer in the ashtray.
Category 6 will be implemented by Trump, when he starts bragging how he has overseen the yuuugest storms, the bestest storms, the powerfulest storms.
You're confusing Kim with Bob.
> "This stuff is some chemical concoction that's never been near a cow."
We talking about their "ice-cream", or "beef"?
> "I upvoted you because things like the daily stormer have no place in society."
They do have a place in society. That place is on a bridge, facing down a 1974 ex-police Dodge Monaco piloted by Jake and Elwood Blues.
Of idiots who claim supremacy, marching under the flags of people who never won a war.
I would rather trust a Russian company whose business plan is to find and close exploits, when compared to an American company whose business plan is to release exploitable products due to shitful coding, and placing greater import on bells and whistles instead of security and stability.
I initially read it as "earn 90% less in an hour".
> "Sysadmins who have only just upgraded from Windows 7, there's a brown paper bag on your doorstep that's just been set alight."
> "Actually, we say "paying out the ass". But since you Brits can't even say ass properly, I don't blame the author for mixing the metaphor."
Brits, and Aussies for that matter, know how to says ass. It's just we know the difference between a donkey and a sphincter.
> "... or you could use a triangular rubber coin approximately six thousand miles along each side."
But who wants to fuck about with piddling small change?
> "IF I GET MOAR DUNvotes I MIGHT stop POSTING"
Please do. By the looks of your posts, you are nought but a lame and pale imitation of AManFromMars.
> "How else does Australia cling on to the bottom of the globe ?"
Our government sucks, hard.
I already know what they have in store.
I just feel sorry for anyone called Dan.
A lot of people try reading the bible, but when the prologue (genesis) has so many plot holes and retcons it makes the twilight saga seems like quality material, they give up in disgust.
> "It's really not that difficult to respect somebody who holds different views to your own, is it?"
I treat other people's views and opinions like a penis.
It's all well and good that you have one, and that you're proud of it, but the moment you whip it out, start waving it in my face and telling me how great it is compared to anyone else's, is the moment I stop respecting, and start ridiculing.
Set the precedent. Then watch everyone who triggers a red-light or speed camera sue the police and courts for breach of copyright should the picture be published in any way.
After all, it is the person who is triggering the camera who effectively "presses the button"
I'll get my coat. It's the one with the gold medal for shit-stirring in the pocket.
If their system allow such quantities of sensitive information to be shared in such a manner, it is both a system AND security failure.
Furthermore, they are irresponsible to claim the risk of it being misused is "low", as they have no control over it once it left their systems. A fully independent and detailed audit should now take place, at Flight Centres expense, with the ultimate costs (replacement passport and C/Card costs, as well as financial compensationfor those affected) coming from the collective pockets of the Board.
Until the costs of fuckups like this start hitting the C*O's, none of them will take security seriously.
We in the west are at war with ourselves. The media arms of the various politcal parties have the "loony left" and "fundamentalist right" so busy insulting each other, they can't stop for long enough to closely look at the arseholes causing the angst.
Once we can collectively pull our heads out of our arses, the "ruling elite" will be in for a world of hurt.
I have to disagree with you there.
Under Labour, it would have been a FTTH clusterfuck
Under the Conalition, it's a FTTN clusterfuck, with the added bonus of a complete clusterfuck in 3 years time when it becomes apparent that the MTM idea was doomed from the get-go.
But what do I know, I have to wait until 2020 before the "fixed wireless" version of 2 tins cans connected with string replaces my 4.5/1Mbps ADSL2 line.
Or sub-continental out-sourcee?
Go ahead and offer them a beer. Eventually one will spill it on the control panel, and we'll end up with a varient of D.A's Limited Improbability Engine, which some will then connect to a cup of tea to make an Unlimited Improbability Engine.
Where people without pants, compete for a belt.
And let every aussie spam the fuck out of him every time there is a problem with the phones, or NBN, or cable (?.
Be careful what you ask for George, because we're more than happy to deliver it, in spades.
We could ask him, but would any of us understand his answer?
Someone already has. He's called "AmanfromMars".
Governments legislating private companies set impossible timetables.
They're the ones buying them.
If you're going to get a chip of that size (approx 10x6mm), surely the place to get it is under the nail of your middle finger.
You can express your opinion of ticket inspectors at the same time as showing you are right to travel.
Not just that, but the shade of their coats give them great camouflage amongst the scrub the the side of the road, and even light mist can obscure them fairly well.
I don't even qualify as being in the "outback" (hour and a bit north of Sydney), and I have at least 2 near-misses per week,
There is a forest out there working hard replenishing the oxygen you are wasting.
Please go and apologise to it.
What I want to know is if they legislate weakened encryption, will they (the politicians, not the government) also accept legal and financial liability for the inevitable breaking of it by bad actors? The tax payer does not deserve to be burdened with the extra cost of these numpty-headed decisions.
What company in it's right mind would be willing to risk using 5-eyes based encryption if they have to accept all of the risks?
Fucking morons the lot of them.
Queensland has always been a bit backwards, and quasi-police state.
This is the same state who refused to implement daylight savings because the then premier Joh Bjelke-Petereson claimed it would "confuse the cows", and his wife was worried the extra hour of daylight would fade the curtains.
The same state whose police would arrest Rodney Rude and Kevin Bloody Wilson after each gig for breaking archaic anti-swearing laws, and the same police are the best money can buy.
We don't judge all of the US by Alabama's actions, so please don't judge all of Australia by Queensland.
> "now is not the time for my gay riposte."
What has cock fighting got to do with it?
I would have thought it was about 15 pints to generate 12pees worth of electricity.
The question is, why would the scenario you mention trigger the brakes?
A sufficiently sized pothole could trigger the sensors the same way as the impact could. Would you really want the Tesla to slam on the brakes in traffic just because it hit a pothole?
Same could be said for cabin environment. Winding the window down/opening sunroof would cause changes to cabin pressure, so would you want the car to slam on the anchors just because the driver lit up a smoke and opened a portal to allow the smoke to escape?
Yes, I realise they could program in extra inputs to detect these things, but the more inputs, the more things can go wrong, especially when this tech is still in development. But until the current tech is robust enough, I wouldn't go along adding in more points of failure.
When it's actually available for download.
Unless Google are deliberately blocking it on the Play store. Where'd I put my tinfoil hat?
I'm Australian, and I wouldn't trust my government to be able to organise a fuck in a brothel.
That was for a blue moon, not a greasy Uranus.
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