Where, oh where...
... is the ORLY owl when we need him?
18 posts • joined 31 Mar 2008
"Parry had previously hinted that a low proportion of state school pupils gaining admission to top universities such as Cambridge was only to be expected, as brainy kids at state schools were held back by bullying from junior chav scum and lacklustre performance on the part of workshy corduroy-clad state sector teachers."
Surely he's liable for prosecution under the official secrets act, then.
This would seem to explain why many open source projects never quite feel finished. There are always a few silly little faults and niggles left un-squashed. Usually it's nothing that actually undermines the functionality, you understand, but it all adds to the impression that the software is only held together by metaphorical bits of chewing gum, sticky-tape and string.
After all, if you're forbidden from attaching your name to your work, why bother spending time tidying it up beyond the bare minimum?
"the EU is a stepping stone towards a world government, they will merge it with the Asia Pacific Union, the African Union and the North American Union", and the treaty will bring "a scientific technocracy to Europe which will erode national sovereignty".
A truly scientific technocracy? Really? No room for Gordon, George, Tony or any of the current politicos with their populist, superstitious nonsense?
Mine's the lab-coat with "SAVE CHEMISTRY!" written on the back in permanent ink.
"Colleagues of the duo reckon Apple's antagonistic attitude with security researchers is one of the reasons for its poor response."
Shouldn't that be:
"Colleagues of the duo reckon Apple's antagonistic attitude with security researchers is one of the reasons they're so desperate to find a stick to beat it with.
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