191 posts • joined 30 Jun 2016
Being a smug Aussie
I would point out that here, the full costs must be shown on the contract. So must penalties for buying out the contract. Without full disclosure the agreement/contract is invalid.
To tell him Asterix has landed?
That it is considered offensive is interesting in a way. I am an equalitarian rather than a feminist but it seems to me that is picture of a woman's chest is considered offensive then that is just outright sexist, and indeed suggests a patriarchy (something I normally do not believe in). Whether they should appear in a professional publication (without purpose) is a seperate matter.
"Inappropriate" might be a valid term but "offensive"? That should seldom, if ever, be the case.
Ah. Yes, Lalla Ward the very best companion nearly matched by her predecessor.
The way things are going it might well be fission'chips
Re: Brings back bad memories
That would be “turtles”...
@anonymous boring coward
I spent much of my life as a petrol head. The only reason I have been under the hood in the last thirty years has been battery replacement or oil change. No point twiddling the carbie, no point re-timing. The software does it better than any human ear or eye can manage.
There is no real good reason not to seal an engine compartment nowadays and efficiencies could be made by doing so. Does a Tesla even have an engine compartment?
In general, it was a poor anology and in detail a counterproductive one, IMNSHO
@boring anonymous coward
Bluntly, yes. When a ‘touch’ becomes a ‘3 second hold’ (original iPad Pro) it becomes more than annoying, it becomes impractical. Yet I still have more than ten hours video out of it. I whould rather have less hours and more usability.
What I would like to know is if I would the speed back if I replaced the battery.
We are all assuming that her pregnancy was unintentional. Why is that?
Re: A bit of German
My cousin bears Ernst as a surname.
And learn Judo so you know how to fall properly. I have been a rider since 1970 and while much of what you say is true, it is not enough. There are things you cannot forsee and there are fools who will try to kill you.
Unless you are Superman riding a motorcycle is a dangerous practice. It an be very worthwhile thoug, if you can maintain your luck.
Re: The cycle of history
Why would they pay a license fee?
Re: Servicing a VCR was like playing with a Hellraiser puzzle box
Not sure they compete with fried rice.
I will settle for "parliamentary leader of a vichy government"
The cheek of this coming from the head of the Liberal Party that co-operated with the CIA to replace Australia's government in 1975.
Entered into court records, troll.
Re: Just send him over there and good riddance
Your mention and apparent approval of predator drones reveals you. No, US law is not the default law of the entire planet. Nor should it be. Murder remains illegal in most jurisdictions.
Love committed a trivial offense that the ‘victims’ should have thanked him for. Instead they got offended because their utter incompetence was demstrated. The ‘cost of damage’ is not caused by Lauri but by the long term incompetance of the administrators who were not doing their job. (Fraud anyone?). That will not be taken into account in the US.
The problem is not Lauri Love but their shit security. That is where the serious misdeeds were done. They need to annihalate Lauri to cover their own asses. That is all this is about.
The RSPCA does have a royal warrant. Mayhap that gives them some extra zoom.
Sending him to America would be sending him to “mob” justice. Given the number of laws and regulations casually ignored by various agencies they are clearly a criminal association if you follow the R.I.C.O act.
Re: Simpler still
Get thee hence....
I will give you an eminently compelling use. If I had not bought my watch a couple of months ago I would have died four days ago. It woke me and convinced me to call an ambulance and now four days later I am home, alive, healthy and happy. Otherwise I would not have made it through the night.
Compelling enough for you?
That made me crack up “The MOAT in God’s eye”......
Some homophones are opposites.
But it was hardly the same. Maybe an order of magnitude in page numbers? Hog father was also excellent
In this case there is no product, no commercialisation at all. There is no need or right to protect any ‘mark’. In this case there is no right to protect.
In fact the dumb shit lawyers have hurt the mark. You can now safely use it as satire on this case.
Ie. “Just look at this case what a clear sign winter is coming”.
I would love to get Ariel Winter involved with this. “Are you trademarking my sexual escapades?”
Re: Yet no digital right
@Vince Lewis I
I was worried about that for a while on iTunes so I converted to a family account. Now access will be available as long as there is a “family” member.
Re: Adults vs Fanbois ... again
Yes but who are the fanboys and who are the adults?
“Evidence-based, logical assessment doesn't stand a chance against gormless sentiment.“
Correct as evidenced but fact that Apple gives you EXACTLY what YOU asked for. A pin code. No one forces you to use any other means.
Given that, you are neither evidenced based nor logical. Apple gives you exactly what you ask for and it still is not enough?
So, fanboy, you can keep your gormless diatribe based on sentiment not fact.
I will be downrated to buggery, but your rant is literally insane. The iPhone (x or otherwise) gives you what you asked for
Everyone has something to hide. But most of it isn’t illegal
Re: Real data?
‘So, this is a survey of people who don't have it and haven't used it?
Will be more interested to see a survey of 10,000 people after they have used it for a few months.”
How the hell did you not get down voted to oblivion? You said something sensible about an Appleproduct. That is a mortal sin normally.
Re: Perl.... Arrggh
@Long John Brass
<jk>No trigger warning?</jk>
RPGII? Why did you make me remember? I had that nightmare suppressed in my memory for years.
Re: Idiot rant
Please tell me why I should respect some fool who believes in gods? I am an atheist. 'Belief" and 'faith' are not rational things. Why must I respect such irrationality? The ADF _requires_ that I _must_ do so, even though that is not actually possible for me. So the ADF does not support atheism (and in fact, insultingly, calls it a 'belief') as free expression of this 'religion' (atheism) is most certainly not protected. In fact by calling atheism a belief or religion it becomes annulled.
Why are irrational religious beliefs considered to be on the same level as rational atheists? It is ridiculous really.
Why are religious beliefs even recorded?
Re: These toys can be located fairly accurately using triangulation
"Ribbed for your pleasure" ?
Re: dark matter, black hole?
No, but two whites can make a dark if the phase is right.
Re: All the world's a stage
Mostly nowadays, a lack of "more shiny toys" is what is considered poverty. And it is just that, because people will spend money on shiny toys rather than feed or cloth themselves and those they are responsible for in an adequate manner.
Re: Not for me, thanks all the same...
<quote>Trade Deal will be greatly weighted in the USA's favour, and that the UK might be better off without one. "Greatly weighted in the USA's favour" should be read as the UK getting royally shafted.
And I say that as a "leave" voter, although I am not seeking to reopen the Brexit debate.</quote>
I don't know why you wouldn't reopen it. It looked like a bad decision (to me) at the time and has got worse every day. Europe has common problems and would be best worked on together. They are hardly likely to be resolved independently.
Re: Not Very Bright...
No, no, no. Situations 2, 3 and 4 are what they want. It will all funnel down to a few sources, which then can be preserved and analysed. That way they can catch them as their playing field has been limited. It allows them to focus in on the 'bad actors' and those who communicate with them.
<sarcasm>Of course the impact it has on the 'good actors' who require some privacy cannot be important, can it? After all, we don't need freedom and democracy anymore, do we? Look at where it all has lead?</sarcasm>
Re: Women Linux Lord ?
No, you could try being a system supporter instead of getting married.
Re: Quote: "...because encryption is such a complex thing to explain"
Sorry but that is not an encrypted message. Wrong entropy.
Re: "That includes free/cheap being a temporary illusion,"
@John Smith 19
c) Probably consuming too much Tylenol.
Re: The real blame goes to..
And here is the rub; in Australia it illegal to write or even posses the source code to a computer virus unless there is a legitimate reason. By writing virus code that has entered the country the have broken Aussie law - in Australia, which gives cause for a legal sanction.
So if we had the identities of the NSA staffers who wrote this stuff, they can be charged here, just as Cardinal George Pell has been. The USA and the Vatican are both nation states.
Re: The real blame goes to..
And the son learned of the vulnerability from his father
Re: Cyber sex in action
Wrong way to go about it.
Perhaps they are attacking the wrong problem. A couple of whistles attached to the front of the car and animals and flocks of birds get out of the way before you close in.
So, prevention is possible but a cure would be hard with just LIDAR. I think you would need something like infra-red mapping.
BTW: Has anybody seen a motorcycle and rider that has gone through a flock of budgies?
I wonder what a flight of monarchs would do to a tesla
Just as well it was not a highland bull as I think the reshaping of the bonnet to include spaces for a bull's 'sweetmeats' would have caused an eruption rather than an 'amble away'.
We did introduce predators. They are called trucks.
They don't have them in Australia either. If they did I would be dead. Dropped my bike on an oil slick and went under a semi with the bike. Came out the other side and picked up the bike with the motor still running. If the semi had had side protection I would have been swept under the wheels. I know they save many lives but they can cost a few too.
That is because it has not been our government since 1975.
Re: Sir Humphrey would never have been caught out
You missed the point. Read it again. A Sir Humphrey would have avowed loyalty to the presidency. Presidents change.
Re: "DIY self-driving cars are closer than they appear"
...wallop, oh, what a picture?