Re: Shouldn't there be...
They extend from between the fingers, not from the fingers themselves.
58 posts • joined 9 Oct 2012
"and on the TV there is the 9 PM watershed."
After which ANYONE with a television set can access the material broadcast. There is no filter in place. So it is the responsibility of the parents to prevent their precious kiddywinks from seeing the smut.
Just as it should be the responsibility of the parents to prevent those same kiddywinks from seeing the smut on the internet by supervising them when they are online.
It's very simple: Don't allow your children to have a computer in their bedroom, just as my parents didn't allow me to have a television in my bedroom when I was a child. If you only allow your child properly supervised access to the medium by which such things can be viewed you control their access and you know they are not seeing anything they shouldn't.
As for cinemas and WH Smith: There is no catch all filter in place. There are, however, adults providing proper supervision of the children in order that they do not come into contact with the grumble mags and flicks. (Are you spotting a connection yet?)
Really, if you can't handle the responsibility of bringing up a child properly, don't have kids.
Well, here it is: The pink panzer.
The rinky-dink panzer.
And it's as plain as your nose..........
That it's the one and only, truly original, panzer-pink-panzer from turret to track!!
Hmm, I think I lost it a little toward the end there. :-/
Still, I guess that's my earworm sorted for the day! :-D
It isn't dragging, it's panning.
You move the mouse in the direction in which you want the "camera" to pan, hence the arrow that appears.
If you were dragging it you'd get the grabbing hand cursor, I'd have thought.
Big Brother because I've not yet found anyone doing anything untoward in any of the windows......... But I'm going to keep looking. :-D
Revelation 13:18 - "Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six."
The wording differs slightly in different versions of the Bible (King James, New International, etc), but it's there.
Or have I missed some very subtle trolling here? ;-)
"This film will be a revolution. It will be released in iMMersion - the patented novel all-sensory media format whereby iPhotons are propelled at extraordinary velocity until they dramatically collide with a screen coated in purest iSilver resulting in a pan-spectral iPicture that quite literally reflects into your puny mortal eyeballs."
So, you've been stalking me eh? Naughty boy! :D
You'll also notice that all my posts (gramatically correct and otherwise) are posted under my username. Not one of them is posted as an AC.... Which leads me back to my original point, which was that it is my opinion that you were out of order in criticising the author of the article (especially considering the name calling at the end of your post) without using your username. The fact that you chose to pick me up on my grammar/punctuation/whatever-else-you-can-think-of rather than adequately defend yourself simply indicates to me that you lack the courage of most people and prefer to hide behind anonymity.
As for speel chekker, IE7 deosn't hvae it, konbhaed. :-D
BTW, "Transparent attribution"?!? What does that even mean? :-)
If you're going to criticise someone in such a vehement fashion, surely it is only good manners to do it under your regular username rather than as an AC.
Unless you lack the courage of your convictions and don't feel able to stand by your post?
Poor show, IMO.
Where did the ground crew get that oversized lightsaber?
Seriously though, what IS that? Is it a light source (if so, why not use some sort of arc lamp?), is it a heat source (if so, why not use something more efficient... and in a tent or similar?) or is it one of Al Harrington's Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm-Flailing Tubemen? Without the arms.
In Casino Royale, bond wins a DB5 from a swarthy fellow in a card game when he's in the Caribbean and uses it to pull the guy's wife. She inadvertantly betrays her hubbie and is subsequently murdered.
The "DBS" they rolled was a modified DB9, according to IMDB:
"Decimation in modern parlance no longer means 1 tenth, is often used to refer to an extreme reduction."
That's as maybe, but it's still wrong. Like people who type "lightening" when they mean "lightning".......
Oh, so you just saw a "make less heavy" strike, did you?
The pedant in me (becoming more evident as I age) finds it nigh on impossible to ignore such stupidity and forces me to correct them. This often illicits the reply "But my spellchecker didn't pick it up!", the results of which I'll not go into but, suffice it to say, they are not pleasant. :-D
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