With the exception
That she won't "Get better"
3263 posts • joined 16 Jul 2007
That she won't "Get better"
Errr or even Pear computers, back in the day
Even I'd agree that had some similarity to someones else's logo at the time
Well she's given us the opportunity to sack her so let's not shillyshally around.
Voting someone else in you maybe don't like for four (five?) years is still better and she'll not be back for a second bite of that cherry afterwards.
Not to be confused at all with it's rather awesome brand ancestor Budvar.
No Sir, that would be beer heresy of the highest order.
For then saying 'well you can do it with kiddie filters, now you have no excuse not to do it for our generous donors in the entertainment industry'
Except now those opportunities are toxic due to the IR35 stuff that created them in the first place ;o)
This outcome is all far too obvious which makes me think the gov't have an ulterior motive/agenda for shoving the small individuals out which they surely knew would happen.
The first thing that comes to mind is lining their pockets via various kickbacks from large co's like Capita, etc. Maybe it's actually something more subtle which will be played out in a year's time when a fictitious 'skills shortage' is being moaned about. Well. Not fictitious to the Public Sector but no-one will be reminding Joe Public why that shortage is there due their DIY toxic status.
Also the general lack of awareness/action in Public sector and the Agencies is astonishing.
Binning my Public Sector contract before end March, one week's notice plus making sure the last payment falls before April. Fuck 'em. They brought in on themselves.
Ladies and gentlemen, reunited again for the first time after being separated at birth, we present The Twins Oracle and SCO !!
Vote with you wallets. Yeah lots of American-owned components are in non-American products and you can't completely anal-yse everything you buy but you can divert your spending away from them along with your tourism for sure.
It certainly hasn't stopped MickeySoft from advertising Edge or whatever they call their browser while I'm using Chrome. "Edge has 30% better power usage than Chrome", etc. Actually it has 100% better power usage as I don't use it.
Is that breaking some anti-compete ruling?
That thing which is 2x the cost of a Netflix/Amazon subscription? Oh yeah. Please dump that crap.
I'd not be surprised if the ball-kicking people somehow categorised a football match as a 'performance' in the same sense as a Neil Diamond or Iron Maiden gig.
Therefore they can claim to own the IP of the 'performance' and carry on in exactly the same way as say EMI demanding a takedown of video of an artist's gig somewhere (even in a public park) as the content of the media contains a performance of their IP.
From the same country as the consumer watchdog, to boot. Quel coincidence!
And diabetics.... wasn't insulin originally derived from pigs, despite now being synthetically produced?
May have dreamt that, unsure...
Delivered to his inbox, no doubt
Is a stupid .....
The clues are in the name ;o)
Put the Dail Mail on the top shelf then.
I can't remember the last time I saw one and I have Prime an' 'ting too.
Perhaps I accidentally have the right options set without realising or something.
On a GT related note, I did read a BBC news 'article' about the launch of GT and it seemed noticeably butthurt and pitifully childish, decrying the big budget 'cinematic' opening to the show - like you're going to launch a new flagship show with a pitiful, weaselly cheapass intro; ah yes, BBC.
If you've not watched GT yet, it's pretty much Top Gear. With a nice budget. As you'd expect really.
Same here, was just discussing this yesterday with a consultant I'm working with who's been looking into IR35 and public sector after I mentioned it to him a while ago. He will also be shifting contract to private sector in the absence of any guarantees/indemnities against HMRC deciding he should pony up extra money just because.
So there's one central England county council whose entire project is going to stop dead in April, potentially even though it has a couple of years to run yet, supposedly.
What is the current best information on what IR35 will be in April or is it still just as (intentionally by HMRC) woolly as it's been since the idea was first touted about ?
Does anyone make a tv that turns the panel off to become a speaker? None of mine do that that I know of...
Better off with a bluetooth soundbar and a phone/tablet to stream to it
How long is a presidential inauguration speech, must be at lest that ;o)
THIS FUCKING YEAR??????
What a country.
A site that generates infinite pages of AI-assembled text
Good luck finding a contractor after March next year when that revised IR35 crap for public sector comes into effect. They'll be stuck with Crapita et al
Have beer, too.
He did as he was told by the USA like a good little PM
Good, I'll lend the fecker a damned ladder then
Didn't he have a massively damning report on his recent behaviour ?
For teaching me a word heretofore unknownst to me.
Next week, for avid learners of our colourful language... Poor, Pore, Paw, Pour followed by an afternoon studying Though, Thought, Through, Trough, Drought, Tough
Bit shit if they don't monitor FB then aren't they.
May as well blame Smith & Wesson for people getting shot or, perhaps more appositely, IWI who make Uzis
I, for example have just been granted patent in the USA for Shoes and The Wheel1, exceptionally easy.
1 On a mobile device, natch.
A boffalyser ?
That context isn't a 'Thing' you have it's actually a documented phenomenon with human recall. It's not called 'changing context', IIRC but it's essentially the same meaning, like moving from the living room to the kitchen to subsequently forget what you went for, only to remember immediately once you returned to the living room 'context'.
Something to do with hunter-gathering I seem (see what I did there) to remember ;o)
Once you reach El Reg SuperStatus then you subscripts will work as iffe by magicke
Well the politicians should be nice and comfy with a post-vote U-turn. They do it enough themselves.
cos you have a supply contract with HP
cat /dev/rand | /dev/sda ????
Or thermite :oD
You can visit another country and spend your holiday cash within their economy instead.
Is an Elon Musk saying 'We're living inside a simulation'
Proof that he thinks like a pinko commie subversive ?
Good old Marshmallow. FB denied location, microphone, etc
By 'Good old' I mean they finally had to put proper permission control in at last.
" intelligent and delightful"
Two things I associate with neither company - there's the commonality!
Not 'vapers'. Plus the negative rhyming slang connotations....
Instead of 'Privacy and Security' I wish they'd just call a spade a spade and say 'Privacy and Knowing everything about you whenever they want'
Security isn't about being able to read people's data, ironically in a digital context it's actually about preventing people reading your data and getting access to your stuff.
I notice next to no one is telling people to vote 'stay' ... perhaps because it's such an obvious choice.
Meanwhile Brexiteers seem to becoming increasingly shrill and desperate. Empty vessels making the most noise, perhaps.
7. Go on a damned diet
If it's reality TV then ultimately there's some seed funding and then advertising sales are supposed to fund it (make profit)? (Unless I missed something)
So presumably, if the popularity of the show wanes and advertisers place their ads elsewhere then the colonists die from starvation or some other lack of supplies?
Can't see it ever working, even if the selectees don't kill each other enroute to Mars.
I do wonder that if EU nations were given a referendum on whether or not to kick UK out...
We're like the dirty little cultureless Americanised blot on the backside of of a bunch of otherwise quite interesting nations. Can't say I'd blame them for voting 'Punt-UK', personally, if given the chance.
Shame, really, we used to be quite good here once upon a time.
Good luck getting them to expire data from various sources within the regulations laid down for those datasets to be expunged.
Of course, expect summarised and recombined datasets derived FROM said time-limited datasets to be kept under different rules for far longer, too.
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