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It's a very relevant branch of the RN
"It's a dead cert", well, nine time out of ten.
Obligatory request for a Sir Pterry icon
Just going to leave this here, with no comment.
Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months.
They ask for the blandest thing on the menu, obviously.
Mind how you go
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
Why would you leave bootnotes?
GNU Al Worden
Mind how you go.
You wanna try saying that to my face?
End to end encryption that the government can't crack?
We all know that the best compression is middle out.
Well that's just fucking stupid.
Yelp <> Yell
Laminated book of dreams
You can roll up the rest of the newspaper and use it to whack dunny spiders.
Could do drum and bass
C-Stoff wasn't exactly nice, and didn't help that the 2 looked identical.
Deserves several of these ----->
They're not weasels, they're meerkats.
Wouldn't that lead to a shower of shit?
Is anybody else clenching now or is it just me?
So, the bible then?
Wafer thin mint level.
Still better attention to due diligence than apparently happened with Autonomy.
So what were you promised?
You absolute pudding.
Obligatory xkcd is obligatory.
I want to go out of morbid curiosity.
Gravity's a myth, the earth sucks.
HTC is sort of made in China.
Except it is Chinese
It may be accepted by the common folk, but we woz learned better.
Depends on the relative velocity of the object.
Only if there's a little toy
Seems to have put him in his plaice.
But I do remember that it had a heart of chrome, and a voice like a horny angel.
Sir Pterry used it as well.
Pugh, Pugh, Barney McGrew, Cuthbert, Dibble, Grubb.
Love my 235. 10 hour battery life and can be charged from a power bank whilst on the hoof as well.
Isn't that just the internet?
The security will be rubbish.
I'll see myself out.
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