Re: He actually sounds...
Well Knuth was a somewhat theoretical (and very fine) scientist
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Well Knuth was a somewhat theoretical (and very fine) scientist
GOV and DOD management positions have people like this - they should teach other government how to do what they do (or possibly not)
@jake Supply chains shurely?
At least Cook appears competent at supply chains. Gove has no redeeming qualities.
the mod queue seems a trifle arbitrary
Well connections to various political parties will probably do the supression job just as well.
And experience shows that, at least in the US, they are correct in that assumption
any sensible one - seen one lately?
The proposal (not very serious) that a large spike in front of the drivers steering wheel would improve general road safety is unfortunately quite likely. Adams (a statistician) in his book "Risk" (http://www.john-adams.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/RISK-BOOK.pdf) a good read , has a fascinating section on the accident rates for police cars when active breaks were introduced, not to mention the increase in deaths amongst pedestrians and cyclist with the introduction of mandatory seatbelts is fascinating.
Then he can dwell upon the difference between actual intelligence and the "artificial" kind ... if he ever returns, that is.
Unfortunately the fathead who took you up on that may well be just as bad when in control of the car :-(
With shades of Banks' space ships
My partners Linux installation is 32 bit - runs very nicely if a little sluggish, but she's happy
The fjords beckon fo this one.
Do you expect much else - they are politicians after all.
Well maybe they took Trumps hand as a model?
In Ruanda, a sophisticated army was not required to kill people. Would you have suggested (as I seem to remember various right wing commentators and the Daily Hate advocating) flattening Ireland?
Well there is a simple answer, although simply squashing the bast***rds will only result in another group f turds springing up.
Well given the content of "Bud" (I am assuming you are not talking about the Czech original - https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB123801865666341507), that would be cruel
Run for the hills
Very droll (and I believe yo - they can be that stupid) - do you have a link to the case?
Someone who observed he was caught......
But to be fair Newton world on both astrology and alchemy `9as well as some rather stunning work - everyone has his/her bad days.
What it you bung Johnson onto a (strong) washing line?
You are missing no more than the marbles that got away from our current government.
Nahh she failed the auditions - too scary even for TWD
Really - and your soopa doopa machine runs a supported OSX as well? It meets lots of needs and TCO is actually very reasonable (something that so many people tend to forget about - I've listened to many wings about the cost of running a colour printer - 'well what do you expect if you only paid £29 for the bloody thing, the manufacturer wants their profits'). But as hon doubt will be pointed out - don't have a need don't buy it, they are not compulsory.
Bird lime is used in appalling quantities in some mediterranean countries. Song birds - who needs them?
To join two threads on a recent visit to the US I saw at least two people paying more attention to their mobiles than anything else around them - while riding scooters. Its just a same that they appeared to be texting with one hand (fun watching a scooter being ridden hands free I suspect)
And this surprises exactly who? But on the positive side I am looking forward to a very very very large fine.
I can sympathise (with the dogs) - I frequently come across someone with 4 of them (he competes in events that involve the dogs towing a sled on wheels). He only has 2 out at any time - and runs 5-10 miles with each pair every day. They need a *lot* of exercise - unlike my increasingly lethargic terror (admittedly he is getting on for 14 years old)
Surely a pencil will be less messy - although there is the pencil in eye question to be resolved.
The way things have worked out with investment, I suspect that many US companies will be effected in the medium-long term
Some business anyway.....
As sad by a previous commentard, I checked the Onion and the Mash and checked and no it is not April 1
and British Intelligence is the only such service in Europe not tarnished by association with the Gestapo or KGB.
Are you so sure of that? I seem to remember much of British Intelligence being run by the KGB.And Philby, Blunt et al were just the ones they found.....
UK cases being detained Chinah? really?
Facebook -what is not?
Actually fuck al l l(yes I have read is unlike you) It did no stop there, abusing man and the
y carried on years
To be fair, those rules did have a significant impact on the world back in AD 500, and continue to form the foundation for Benedictines' behavior to this day,
I wonder what Benedict had yo say about buggering school children - I suspect not a great deal.
and no mentiond brexit respect.....
Once a long long time ago my dog did - and no one believed me then either :-)
as Ellison mentioned the firm’s name more than enough to have Jeff Bezos’ ears burning.
But Bezos giggling
The Minister who kick this off will not be around long enough to have to stand up in Parliament to explain why it has gone so badly wrong. This applies to both main political parties btw.
Jeremy Cunt was - he just refused to apologise!
Don't worry, once the usual suspects (aka management consultants) have had their say blockchain(s) will be....
About the only thing that every unites the three is when a Health Minister threatens to upset the
With good reason given the motivation and behaviour of most ministers in the public and the NHS' collective memory - o competence or motivations or 'hidden agendas' and the need for a lucrative career when they are booted out all play their insidious parts.
Following a review, the government last month quietly revealed a new “strategic approach” that will see Airwave’s lifespan extended to 2022.
A new tactical approach shurely?
Minion: Yesssir, we recommend 'password' or for truly sensitive systems, 'passw0rd'.
maybe 3000 'imagineers' who 'conceptualise' the recipes before they go off to the people who do the work?
The 'hackers' did an inspired job with that Mad Nad (aka Nadine Dorris) 'comment'. I hope it gets a wider and publicly appreciative audience than just the Reg (town between a thumbs up and a pint - decided the pint was deserved)
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