So they should, it's unnecessary pollution.
44 posts • joined 31 Jan 2009
Watch out, everyone, here come the Coronavirus Cops, enjoying their little slice of power way too much
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Re: Nothing new
"I remember a few years ago (less than 5 so well within scope of data protection rules) hearing a Labour politician boasting that they knew exactly how everyone in their constituency was likely to vote as they had canvass records dating back decades "
Then he knew how on the day they were canvassed, everyone currently in the constituency claimed they were going to vote. What could be more reliable?
Now you can tell someone to literally go f--k themselves over the internet: Remote-control mock-cock patent dies
Emissions testing as performed currently is already a known cheat. Anyone with any knowledge of engines is aware that the only realistic way to test emissions is with the engine on load. Under those conditions no cheat device can operate, eliminating the need for measures to detect one.
The reader is left to guess why such real-world testing is not mandated.
Re: My favourite HR balls-up - Not deleting the mail trail
'the mail trail down from the top man also included the message to him from HR, saying "make sure they do it properly, 'cos they couldn't sell water to a dying man in the desert".'
Presumably you immediately added that skill to your profile.