Re: "I'm hearing structure... "
"You Have Penetrated!"...
Leisure Suit Larry?
445 posts • joined 6 Feb 2012
"You Have Penetrated!"...
Leisure Suit Larry?
5GB in a month? I do that in 15 minutes on my VM service!
Appropriate lane control, reduced accidents through sleepy drivers, more complex (efficient) scheduling which can run over 24 hours due to removal of need to sleep, larger loads, ensure bridges will be avoided... what's not to like?
I have stuck to one brand (Panasonic) for all of my equipment and the Viera Link function (presumably HDMI-CEC) works very well using my telly remote to control all devices... so long as you remember to set each device to have a different remote code. Finding the PVR turns itself off, the home theatre mutes and the TV changes input to FreeSat when all you want to do is open the Blu-ray drive is a real bugger!
They tried it with Jobs. He took the easy way out instead of replying.
Segregation of duties is over-rated anyway.
Essay? Mad rambling more like.
Same with houses - new law should invoke 99% tax on all BTL incomes.
He's a prick. (Juncker, not Johnson - Johnson's an moron).
I just hope house prices crash so I can actually afford one.
Reduction in demand for housing, reduction of value of Sterling and overall reduction in price of housing was the exact reason I voted Leave. I do not own anything yet, and feel fine about the risk of screwing everyone that does - the only people who will have serious problems will the curse that is BTL landlords.
A totalitarian state that ensures that dog owners who do not clean up after their pets are summarily executed? SIGN ME UP!
"Security is not the second most important thing. Safety, company survival, company profits and company growth are more important. Also in many companies, senior management convenience is counted as far more important than security."
You won't get much profit, growth or senior management convenience if you have a leak from the air conditioning in the electronically-locked Boardroom which fails, and kills everyone senior.
Apple: Hi Corporate Drone 1.
Corporate Drone 1: Hi.
Apple: Hey Corporate Drone 1, take a look at this - it's a means to unlock the Apple 5s phone which we don't want people to know about, but the FBI would really like us to give to them.
Corporate Drone 1: Aw gee, I think I know wha...
AN UNMARKED CAR APPEARS.
Apple: Say Corporate Drone 1, here's a big cheque for your services. Please get in this car.
Corporate Drone 1: Please don't fire me, I real.....
Apple: You're fired.
Driver: Next stop, Washington DC!
Former Corporate Drone: Good morning Mr FBI.
Mr FBI: Good morning Third Party.
Apple: Curse that Third Party, we did ALL we could...
You've never heard of Mecca? And no, I don't mean the Bingo halls.
I'm going to have a stab @ Arguing about the right of corporations to sample your kids DNA for utilisation in a designer baby genetic splicing lab via social media internet-connected testing devices built into the latest security measure in the Apple iSkin wearable, grafted communication device on the back of their hand, so that their particular shade of blue/brown eyes/hair/skin can be replicated in a cloning lab for transplant into an embryo unit to be surrogated into a 2nd world mother on the behalf of homosexual life partners who wish to have the perfect child, which has been granted by a tiny micro-print section of the latest Facebook EULA update.
See Kids' Company!
After watching Spectre, cyanide would be preferable.
Wait, let me get this straight: The large 'bag' of silk which inverted and opened directly above your head in deployment is the SAME 'bag' of silk which is mere fibres away from the rapidly opening and closing valve in your botty as BROWN TROUSERS TIME commences?
Talk about an incentive not to crash!
He scared the hell out of that Chakrabarti woman from Liberty (X) so he can't be ALL bad.
Millennials? They can go a wrap their skinny jeans around their necks for all I care, try the generation that's footing the bill for the NHS, Immigration and opyright extension. The generation that welcomed a fourth TV channel, wanted to be in the A-Team and currently makes up 70% of all private renters.
"The same thing happens today when many people choose not to have children - but use their resources to improve the lot of the next generations. What is passed on is not necessarily a family gene - but a community's cultural meme."
So you are saying there will be a natural antidote to Baby Boomers a few generations down the line? Thank God.
OM NOM NOM NOM. Go great with one of these --->
The goat? :(
I'll just be off then...
Glad all the money came back in the end whatever the case!
Wait, are you saying that the last time you went to the Steam account page which bore your credit card number was in NOVEMBER?
That seems to be an AWFULLY long time for Steam to have cached your purchase page, for it to then be served to a random on 25th December. You sure you didn't buy any meals at a restaurant or allow your card out of your hand card since then?
We are becoming a nation of over-sensitised people who see "offence" in every way they can imagine with their female minds.
"Invented at MIT, the still unreleased robot’s abilities will include talking to and recognising people and remembering their preferences."
Right as soon as the three letter agencies are done ensuring everything it records is uploaded correctly...
I have never seen that happen - must be quite a bit of pressure and angulation required to get the stream up and over your head to reach the back of the cab, out the window and onto the tyre. Making sure you keep the vehicle in motion at the same time must be a bitch too!
Missed your chance to impress your sister's mates with yer spam javelin too.
All well and good for piss, but what about rainfall? Some unlucky bugger will receive ALL the piss diluted by ALL the skytears, every single time it rains!
Negative, they just intend to charge £4.99, as the full £5 was considered insensitive and too exploity.
Indeed. Never forget the cost to reputation, and legal implications, loss of accreditation or other damage which might not just mean £££. And Christ you better make sure no one dies.
Russian watchdogs - They probably have much sharper teeth and know where the bones are buried. OFCOM, on the other hand, can barely lick its own balls.
The word you are looking for is Thoughtcrime, citizen.
So you are bitching about a third party damaging the connection (which VM will have to investigate and identify at a cost of X - which is far more than income Y you provide them) and you give them 'days' to fix it, followed by 30 more days to collect the toys you are throwing out the pram? Big baby.
Usually as "the victim" or "the gunman", depending on whether it's a school day or not.
The media needs them to project harrowing images of how harrowing everything is. Harrowing.
There's no accounting for stupid.
Ah but we SEE the fighting. We know when THAT pod went - another could have escaped BEFORE the door blows up and Mr Asthma made his stride onto the ship.
I'm afraid Leia's vessel is missing at LEAST 2 escape pods: we witness two Imperial gunners targeting the pod used by C3-PO and R2D2 and exclaiming "Look, there goes another one!".
It is only the absence of life signs which holds their fire and saves the Galaxy as they know it.
I didn't think masturbation was counted?
Flour they must get through!
Rol, that is no way talk about your nan.
It's Jake. It's always bloody Jake.
All wrong. No harm can come from this scenario. Fear mongering at best, outright bullshine at worst. Nothing to see here, as I commented the last time this non-issue appeared on El Reg.
"if microsoft wanted my bank password they could pick it up from my windows phone whenever i use the banking app on it"
Fool me once, shame on you.
Fool me twice...
If women can use the site for free, wouldn't it follow that a free 'woman' would be created first so that paying users could 'test the waters' to see who/what is actually available on the service? It would be very telling if we knew how many 'female' accounts were men just looking to see if the site was worth using.
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