@ Steve Foster
"I don't have USG to cup size conversion data, so I can't put that into Jubs."
You could try asking Wolfram Alpha
29 posts • joined 16 Jun 2007
"Both Chrome and Firefox offer autoupdates that go largely unnoticed by users."
Firefox is installing your updates - this may take several years....
It's really not that hard to upgrade to new versions of Opera, and current versions already check for updates on a regular basis. You can even adjust how often. For some daft reason, though, you have to dig around in the config to do that. Oh yeah, and my install insists on continuously resetting the interval to several million days. :o(
Ho-hum - I guess none of them are perfect.
"The only thing I got from that whole comment was that you think you are awesome
I DO NOT read through the sourcecode."
Apparently you don't read through the comments you reply to either. Yes, to claim that "[t]he only thing Firefox actually has going for it, is that it's open source" is completely overstating things, but there are a number of other valid and pertinent points there that you've completely ignored, instead latching on to a slight to your darling browser as if it were a personal insult.
Firefox is fine if you like it, but there's no need to be a prick over it.
[Entirely uninformed, since I've not seen it in action, but] it seems to me that if this is a button, then the logic is sound - "click the broken page to go to broken page mode". The same way a button with a magnifying glass and a + means "make this big", not "this is big, make it small".
Nice strawman you've got there. Where did it say anything about 'physically makes someone a poorer cyclist'? Causality is no less real for being psychological.
Actually, though, a helmet can physically make a cyclist less safe (though it would be a stretch to say 'most cyclists'). Damaged or weakened helmets (of which there are a substantial number on the road) can concentrate an impact to a greater degree than it would have been with no protection, and so cause more severe injuries.
"I'm pretty sure that BAA never stated that flights to and from Heathrow would be made by non-existent green superjumbos that will never be built. That would have been silly. Doesn't matter where you put the quote marks."
Very good. Except that you conveniently ignored the phrase at the beginning of that sentence that said that the characterisation was "According to early reports". So quote marks or no, it's still correct, assuming those words were in the report.
"councils charge their council tax payers for the provision of libraries they are therefore profiting from them."
By that logic, no-one would be able to use the free calculator - someone always has to pay for internet access, therefore someone is always 'profiting from it'. Maybe entitledto should be firing off invoices to ISPs while they're at it?
If it were a journalist checking for unlocked doors at the bank, or testing their security checks, then bringing it up with the bank and publishing it if they refused to acknowledge it, I doubt there'd be many people, apart from the bank, who'd be criticising the journalist for the situation.
Surely the correct response is "What do you mean, there are people down a mine?"
>>if it takes ten seconds to unload/load ten people, then it'll only take one second to load one person - right?
Nope. Cos the 10 mins is to open the rusty cage doors which haven't been used in 20 years.
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