But they can't even create...
...a fully autonomous Prime Minister.
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...a fully autonomous Prime Minister.
Criminal trials are for poor people.
So would this laser beam (from the aliens' perspective anyway) on account of the Earth rotating.
Because in the event of a no deal there will be nowhere enough customs people to cope with the workload, no matter where the kit is coming from.
That because it's not the engineers who bought them.
Are you a PNS* Syndrome sufferer?
* PIN Number Syndrome
The smell was probably so great they felt the need to Sit Down.
I regularly buy RAM, its price has definitely started to drop over the last month or two.
You have literally just compared people who feel that their brains are a different gender to the bodies they were born with to Nazis.
Words fail me.
"The children now love luxury; they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise. Children are now tyrants, not the servants of their households. They no longer rise when elders enter the room. They contradict their parents, chatter before company, gobble up dainties at the table, cross their legs, and tyrannize their teachers."
- Socrates (possibly)
I too was under the impression that Space War was the oldest game.
But why is there only one Monopolies and Mergers Commission?
If you can replace "AI" in a sentence with "magic" and it still makes sense, then either someone does not know what they're talking about, or they are trying to hoodwink you.
Didn't Bart Simpson's dog once have a credit card as well?
I'm a Brit, and I regularly use compo as either an abbreviation of compensation or as a reference to an elderly scruffy Yorkshireman.
I'm sorry, I haven't a clue what you're talking about.
A girl I know once told me that she loves double entendres, so I gave her one.
Executives of large companies think short-term, not long. Shoring up the share price today is more important than preventing a collapse in a few years time when they will have cashed in on their stock options and moved on.
Hence the denials.
According to the Dune novels, Planet Ix is where all the decent technology comes from.
One of the affected CPUs is the Xeon Gold 5118, which last time I checked was on special offer when in Dell servers.
In much the same way that person earning £50k/year can have a £350k mortgage, a £20k car loan, and £50k in student loans and not be considered profligate.
Sounds like the sort of deal that's good for the company in the long-term then.
I Believe that this alleged shortage could be The Final Straw, especially as these metals come from Half A World Away.
Some Good Advices would be to Hope this isn't some mad genius's Endgame.
Having said that, even if Everybody Hurts it won't be The End Of The World As We Know It.
Full credit to those Russian lads for managing to travel on SWR from Waterloo to Salisbury on a Sunday and from there to Heathrow.
In fairness, the licence fee has in the past been raided to pay for various digital rollouts.
Implementing Leveson (including Leveson 2) in full is already Labour policy.
So you refer the current system where the PM of the day selects some of the BBC Board and then they select the rest?
Do you not see the problem with this?
As someone who is clearly not a fan of Corbyn, would you prefer he parachuted in one of his mates to run the BBC as per the current rules, or would you rather he didn't have much of a say?
Correct. Amazon, Facebook and Google do indeed pay all of the tax that they are obliged to by the law. And that is why Corbyn is suggesting a change in the law.
Surveys suggest that there is less anti-semitism in the Labour party than in the Conservative Party and in society as whole.
So yes, we are expected to ignore it, unless other similar problems in other parties are given equivalent prominence.
"I don't know why the British trains hold on to such old and nasty systems for most of the country."
Because there's no incentive for them to invest in anything.
Am I alone in reading the byline in the voice of Alan Partridge during his Toblerone addiction?
I forget how I did it, but a year or so back I did manage to create a Google account using a non-Gmail email.
We've got several thousand consumer SSDs deployed in servers and for the most part, you're right.
Some do get hammered and wear out after less than a year though.
As well as the extra endurance, enterprise SSDs tend to come in higher capacities. Micron do an 11TB Enterprise job, but their consumer drives (that you will know as Crucial) only go up to 2TB.
Yep, I'd be shocked if Google didn't already have a few Cascade Lake servers in its labs.
And the things that pig had to do to get the nomination...
Intel do a thing called VROC - Virtual RAID On CPU. It's designed for use with MVMe and while it's not quite as good as a hardware RAID, it's a lot better than software.
And Cameron means "man who is fellated by livestock" in English.
There's really no plaice in the modern world for graphs like that.
So a bit like the Brexit referendum then?
...so much as the giant, all-pervasive government database that will sit behind them.
At times it feels at least as Kafkaesque as Orwellian.
Lord Mountbatten is unfortunately unavailable, but Lord Blair of Basra would be well up for it.
...this would be enough to make me "switch" to someone else.
It will be virtually impossible to get rid of May during a Parliamentary recess because:
a) Under the Fixed Term Parliaments Act you need to have a vote before you can call a general election ahead of schedule
b) Leadership challenges in the Tory party are organised by the 1922 committee which doesn't meet unless Parliament is sitting. They also use Commons infrastructure for the initial rounds of voting.
The Lib Dems must be really worried about losing the data of both of their supporters.
...is alive and well, it seems.
Because there's a strong chance that the result will be the same. And if that happens, you can kiss goodbye to any hope of anything but the hardest of hard Brexits.
Son? Is that you?
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