It's full of them.
578 posts • joined 24 Jan 2012
It's full of them.
The patron saint of hopeless cases?
> you're not going to be gouged.
Unless you go to an "unusual" country. £1/MB anyone?
Our chief weapon is surprise.
> identify as an eskimo
Inuit! (Eskimo is un-PC in Greenland and Canada, but more accepted in Alaska.)
And UTF-8 smart quotes.
is now doing disk encryption and 2FA. Although I'm sure I mentioned it three years ago.
> Love Canal
There's definitely a dirty joke in there.
> e-mailed the entire database
If am attachment that size doesn't crash your mail client, it ought to get blocked by both outbound and inbound SMTP servers on the way.
I prefer to compare it to the Enabling Act of 1933.
Portobello or Shitake on the other hand...
to know where this is going.
For great justice.
A common offence in our codebase is single CRUD calls inside loops. Hit it with enough linked records and we get locking errors. Which are then not always handled gracefully.
Why would you use hybrid any more, even on a Mac? Both OSes natively support GPT. Boot Camp on the latest Mac OS doesn't go lower than Windows 10.
Is there an actual Linux kernel running? If so it would be more like coLinux or UML than Wine.
If that happened, there wouldn't be an urgent need for legislation, there would be an urgent need for taking less hallucinogens.
Drop your panties, Sir William, I cannot wait till lunchtime.
In which case, you buy filament with the distorting chemical, or process your own from pellets.
I bought a Mac...
(Not at PC World, I might add.)
And the DUP hate being regressive, of course.
Yeah, but not a gigantic bell-end.
Best applied to the wrist with a razor blade while listening to MCR?
You are in a maze of twisty passages, all alike.
along the lines of "Fuck you, pay me". Yes, it's Microsoft, but when the same thing happens with invoices owed to small companies or individuals it really hurts.
Is Arch really not bleeding edge enough already?
The stories and information posted here are artistic works of fiction and falsehood.
Only a fool would take anything posted here as fact.
It's a private company. The First Amendment restricts the government.
You mean somebody actually orders the filet-o-fish? For real?
Dyson Airblades are good. Imitations of them (like in our office) I have found to be wank.
Just bought an iPhone on eBay.
That's how I'll know it's a real Spectrum.
It's probably got something to do with some of the directors leaving and deliberately trying to scupper what's left.
Does anyone with a clue expose their MySQL port to the world?
In your end-o.
Shouldn't have stolen his stapler.
I'll stick to trial and error.
But they use 2FA, right? Right?
Or am I the only one immature enough to notice the possible acronym here.
All hashes, by definition, are vulnerable to collisions and infinitely many of them. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pigeonhole_principle
Would you prefer "Global Thermonuclear War"?
it soon will be.
Well, we know who the new Goebbels is.
Wasn't me, I voted Remain.
I'm sorry, the pharmacist made a mistake.
No, you need to put it up there with your finger.
Deeper than that, I'm afraid, madam.
What if it's on someone else's?
Just make it yell "CUNT" at random-ish intervals months apart.
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