Re: America hasn't banned anything - America is a continent not a country.
Not in Spain.
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Not in Spain.
Re your marginal note, you'll find a lot about fake news in at least the Spanish and Polish press.
It belongs to Murdock and I wouldn't trust it an inch.
Putting your hand into a dead sheep lying on a ledge and then belaying your partner while he leads the next pitch leaving you to endure for a very long twenty minutes the aroma of a well-rested corpse is not a lot of fun, either.
In the mid 1980s I - chief user rather than a techie specified, had installed and then looked after a network of four PCs and a printer, three of the PCs had just a floppy drive to allow them to be booted. All of the output of the journalists who used the kit was saved on what was then termed a Winchester drive of a whole 20MB. Concurrent CP/M worked well.
The car plants don't belong to Brits and Brexit will encourage their owners to develop new facilities in the EU. And while today's Triumphs are excellent, they're built in Thailand.
There should be.
Exactly - we claim to be civilized so we can't do anti-semitic shift like that. And it was appalling that Trump omitted Jews from his Holocaust Day statement.
Sincere query: If we shouldn't use Defender, what should we use?
Get a Garmin SatNav designed for a bike. Mine wrongly thinks the roads in my village haven't yet been asphalted and that when I go through the nearest motorway tunnel I'm actually driving across a field, but it doesn't wobble.
This is, to put it politely, an urban legend. See http://www.snopes.com/autos/techno/cruise.asp
It's not granite; it's sandstone, and very handsome at that (I say as a former resident). If you want granite, go to Aberdeen.
Francoist, Seat. Otherwise, nice comment.
Office supply, nothing. Go to a builder's supplies store. Two A-frame trestles and (basic spec) a door or (looks better, lasts for ever) a 2-metre solid timber board of appropriate width. Saw the latter in half and place on the former. Disassembles in a minute when you don't want it where it is.
Buy a couple of hundred F16s
You carry on, don't you?
I lack the energy to respond to each of your líes - and I don't get paid for doing so; what's the rouble rate today? - so I'll just respond to one in each of your posts.
The missiles to be installed in Poland are anti-missile missiles. They can have no offensive use, unlike the nuclear-capable Iskanders that you have moved into Kaliningrad, whose targets undoubtedly include Warsaw.
I didn't know the trolls of St Petersburg bothered about what's written in the Reg.
About one -sixth of Georgian territory remains under Russians occupation. Your comments about Ukraine are equally misleading.
What rate of VAT do you reckon would be needed to make up for the loss of income and corporation tax?
In how many constituencies could you vote for an MP?
You're wrong about so many things? Here are a couple:
1) The US does not have a federal sales tax system. Which is why sales offers talk about adding X% if you live in Y, etc., and why a myriad legal cases are underway about whether a firm based in A can apply that state's sales tax when selling to a customer in B.
2) In the EU most VAT crime is domestic.
And I'm equally delighted that I will be part of it, thanks to my grandmother's having had the foresight to be born in Belfast, earning me an Irish passport, and my having the foresight to sell my house in London at an outrageous price, sell the proceeds for Euros and move to Spain before the referendum.
Guillaume d'Orange arrived 622 years later and brought with him Dutch.
The EU's better off.
Not necessarily. I have turned rough translations by Koreans of Samsung documents into passable English and these have included documents for internal use. Samsung understandably uses English rather than Korean for communications with managers in its subsidiaries abroad.
Better "170329filename"; your directory will then show files in date order. In six months' time you may not remember the filename but you'll remember more or less when you created the file and it should be easy to find.
Most music software I use comes in two flavours - Win and iOS. I don't want to be locked into Apple's walled garden so I opt for the Win versions. I could try Linux but running some software in WINE creates unacceptable latency. So I'm using Win10 on all my kit. And I'm finding it pleasant to use.
From the people who brought you Obama's a foreigner and muslim to boot, John Kerry was a swift boat coward, etc.
"lose" not "loose"
Dip in. There's some good stuff there. Try Krakowska sausage and Bryndza cheese.
Whereas I use Firefox on PCs, because I can mod it with addons to suit my needs, but Chrome on my phone since FF falls over too often.
Amazon sell them. So doubtless do other UK suppliers. Ask Dr. Google.
Three-point turn in the middle of the day.
Read before you rant! He said they brought sailing to a bunch of farmers.
There's one "o" in "losing".
Ctrl+Alt+Right arrow another three times and you're back to whwee you started
A brilliant contribution to discussion of the efficacy of homeopathy. Deserving of publication in journals other than El Learned Reg.
What you write is clearly nonsense. The British were in Vietnam in 1945. The French withdrew after Geneva in 1954. Neither were there in the 1960s and 1970s.
Where I live in northern Spain HERE as implemented for Garmin is awful. It doesn't know that roads in my village that were just reasphalted were ever asphalted, it doesn't know that my village exists, it doesn't know that my Postcode, shared by 1000 people, exists, it doesn't know that the nearby stretch of motorway was completed three years ago and when I'm driving on it through a tunnel shows me as being in the middle of a field.
A high-quality product owned by German luxury firms, just the thing for my Merc (a 1985 190D)?
Please, "its" not "it's".
FOUR orifices plugged?
Which, unless Murdoch wins the referendum, which I doubt, it will. The question is just "when".
Derrrrr ... Have you heard of Google?
Do you own a map? If you do you should look at it: you'll see that, UKIP fantasies notwithstanding, Britain is part of Europe.
Seamus Milne's left a gap at the Guardian, whose readers would benefit enormously from reading, and arguing, with your articles. The paper hosts columnists who are far from toeing a guardianista line. Perhaps you should ask whether it might offer a enw home for your column.
I've somewhere - Amsterdam?, Hamburg?, somewhere in Czecho? - eaten "currywurst" which was a bratwurst enlivened by addition of curry spices to the mix during its making. Not enough chilli, I seem to recall.
Consider, please, not only the extent but also the depth.
Ah, but look at the "consumption measure" of GDP/GNI. Does any visitor to France not feel that they're better off than us. Most of the country looks much better, the infrastructure works, they think they've housing problems when the number built in a year falls below 400,000, and the food eaten by ordinary people is so much better than in Blighty.
Say you'll get the person - son, wife, husband, whatever- who deals with these things and put the phone down. If you've got the energy pick it up every now and then and say he/she's just coming but has got to deal with x first and was able to tell you he/she's worried about the issue and wants to speak with the caller ... If you can run this through speakers while keeping the mike turned off this can be quite amusing.
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