Re: Or a complete fanatic of Redmond's greatest
In other words, a looney...
1014 posts • joined 26 Jun 2014
In other words, a looney...
Maybe you should run the question through Google Translate...
No, the new latest k00l toy will be the salad bar - everything tossed together in random fashion.
" boo hoo, what will I do?"
Live a frustration-free life....
"New owners, new rules, sorry. And one of the main reasons Oracle bought Sun was exactly to take control of Java."
As successors in interest, the new owners can't change past agreements. Sun, by not suing, allowed Google to do what they did. Oracle could have said no new copying, but they can't sue for past behavior that the previous owners were apparently OK with. Again, look up what Forgent Networks Inc. tried with the JPEG patent.
"I think you mean the GIF patent. JPEG has never been encumbered."
Nope, JPEG. Look up Forgent Networks Inc.
And Sun was OK with Google copying the API's. Oracle is hardly in the right for coming along afterward and changing things. This is reminiscent of the company that bought the JPEG patent and tried to bill the world.
This is San Francisco we're talkin' about, of course it will roll downhill...
...right into the bay.
What Crisp said was that there will be a human output in every corner of the galaxy. In other words, someone is going to poop in the corners of the galaxy. Going to take a good chunk of those couple of million years to figure out where the corners are, though...
This is America, you can't just shoot someone you don't like. You have to get permission first.
"Album title anybody?"
Make it a granny on a Harley and the obvious title is 'Old Bat Out of Hell'
They only had One Shot at Glory.....
Are you freaked out?
I used to carry an old bone in my toolbox just to freak people out.
"he absolutely loathes the reference"
Sounds like the authoritarian supremo needs a hug. Or cookies and warm milk. Or a nap.
......a cosmic fart squeezed through a magnetic sphincter
"Scotland/Wales/Ireland all seemed to have chose the same mid-grey shirts!"
Maybe it has something to do with 'damp' being a color in those places...
Oh, excuse me, that should have been 'colour'.
It would be more entertaining if Benny Hill did a re-enactment of the whole thing...
When did MS reinforce the traffic cone?
Makes you want to take all your clothes off and have a rectal exam and not care afterwards.
What else IS there, you ask? The answer is obvious - sex toys!
Substitute Tara Reid for the tarantulas and you might just have a winner.
No, if I turned into a paperclip I would not be immutable. I am a fungi, I have always been a fungi and I always will be a fungi!
They've already got that. It's called an iPhone...
"How do you funge something, anyway?"
With a hot funge sundae (?)
The same can be said about erectile dysfunction.
Sure they do. They're in Narnia next to the talking beavers.
The US government has been completely dysfunctional for decades.
She should be careful what she wishes for:
Perhaps they should get rid of the fuddy duddys in charge...
Dumping FidoNet for the iddernets.
Abandoning the Gopher protocol.
Taking Twitter seriously.
When it comes to Facebook, there is no such thing as 'harsher than necessary'.
Wrong Larry. It's the one at Alphabet Dell envys.
Someone has to...
I think JDX needs a hug...
"Good shit is good shit (and isn’t shite)."
At last, someone around here knows his shit!
"For that one need engineers who know how to build shit."
But building shit *is* the problem...
Yeah, but now they're back and going to eat your BRAINZZZZ
"(I prolly die before I put myself in that group) "
Smart move, even the US government can't successfully prosecute the dead.
To be honest, it is a *very* narrow defile - lateral movement (to competitor's software) is impossible...
But it may poop itself.
Well, England *is* south of the Antonine Wall...
Moving the Earth the plot of the movie 'Gorath'. Yes, it has an overabundance of cheeeez...
Not silly at all - it is important to slow down the legislative process. We have enough bad laws as it is, if you go and make the process efficient we'd have several orders of magnitude more bad laws.
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