@Graham Marsden RE: Opt out?
Precisely. Got it in one. This is already happening in UK hospitals.
"You can opt out. But if you do we won't have access to your medical history so we won't be able to treat you."
Opt in or F-off.
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"Zavvi has continued to experience significant difficulty in obtaining stock on favourable credit terms. This has resulted in considerable working capital difficulties as a result of the failure of EUK, in addition to continuing operating losses."
Which translates in English as "We're feckin' skint !"
Dirk, was without a doubt the world's unluckiest Orb Spider. Not only was he captured and
incarcerated in a perspex prison, but he was subjected to massive G forces and subsequent
weightlessness while being abducted and taken aboard an orbiting space station.
In his desperate attempts to escape, Dirk managed to squeeze out of his cage. Hoping to
find a way to stowaway and get back to Earth, he hid inside a small toolbag.............
But they'll still have to wait 4 - 6 weeks for out of stock parts to be shipped from Taiwan.
Then they'll be the wrong size parts.
Then the supplier will deny all knowledge of the original order.
By which time the warranty will have expired.
So they'll have to engage a lawyer to fight their case.
Which will cost them an arm and a leg.
Which will require them to self-repair again !!
I don't think I'll worry anytime soon.
It's obvious that the town is going to lose, unless WB etc. decide to make a gesture.
HOWEVER - I wonder what would happen if someone named a new town after an 'existing'
super-hero? ...... Mega law suit from the IP owners without mercy methinks.
Paris, because I'd like to see her other side too.
I'm no pedant but.....
Solomon Grundy - "make absolutely know sense at all?"
I once saw in a university magazine the editor using "no" instead of "know", but that just about takes the biscuit.
How about all those people who dont know the difference between "lose" and "loose" to.
OK - That last "to" had to be an 'o' short deliberately, right?
Otherwise it's just to funny!!
I am dubious, but willing to give the benefit of the doubt.
I know loads of non-IT common or garden folk who haven't the first clue
about nettiquette and probably don't know one end of a PC from another.
But they know how to find and download music, films and anything else,
dump it to a stick, ipod or phone, and transmit it around their friends like
Paris - Living proof of complete ignorance.