Re: No surprise
i do hope you are not casting the jumblies in the same vein as orange hitler...most offensive.
also...when did assange lose the 'tm' honorific?
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i think that hits the wossname right on the thingy!
the last 40 years have been about rhe infantilisation of the consumers of the 1st world.
aint nuthin to do with left or right.
just spoiled kids everywhere...
'cept me of course!
just got it
it is not their job fuckwit. their job is to represent the interests of their constituents, and a big part of that is recognising when their constituents are a gaggle of fucking turkeys all eagerly voting for christmas.
In this curcumstance a good MP converts to Judaism (downvote now and you are one of us filthy anti-semites!)
The referendum was advisory.
It's not legally possible to leave the EU without an act of parliament.
this will be debated, and voted upon. Taking the advice of the 37% of the population that cannot read without moving their lips into account, i am sure.
but an MP's job (if they are doing it right) is a bit more complex.
I think I'd prefer my EU taxes spaffed on something a bit more targeted - you know, to something potentially useful? Or maybe spent locally and not sent to the EU at all?
So I take it you are ditching everything electronic in your life?
typical brexiteer shortsighted beyond all comprehension
we pay more than we get back so are in a position to invest more in ourselves.. the chicken little idiots blaming brexit for this action should perhaps take a moment to recognise that...
we have taken way more out of the research budget than we pay in, and anyone who knows anything about british politicians knows full well that any and all windfalls from no longer making contributions to the EU is to be spent on tax cuts for the wealthy, the NHS, farmers and scientists cal all go fuck themselves.
And maybe brexiteer idiots should at least try to get a fact right every now and again, who knows if they had done that in the first instance we wouldn't be in this mess right now.
meanwhile across town...
whitey goes apeshit starts throwing stuff at neighbours
neighbourd call cops
whitey starts shooting at them with a shotgun
1 cop injured
swat show up
knockout whitey with gas
everyone lives happily ever after.
I think personally that 'white guys with shotguns who have already shot a cop' are even more dangerous than young black men driving in a car with his partner and child.
please explain the different response, without acknowledging the fundamentally racist policing that happens in the land of the free?
internationally famous for race discrimination and ethnic specific slavery.
come with me, lets take a ride on the Burma railroad and speak to some of the relatives of the 6 million or so Chinese, Koreans, Malaysians, Indonesians, Filipinos and Indochinese slaughtered by the imperial army,
not really disagreeing, just saying.
same for a lesser extent goes for the swiss mercenaries, did i say mercs, i meant army... by which I mean everyone in Switzerland!
fact is there is no one in the world qualified to cast that first stone.
Pretty big if there.
No sign of JC going anywhere soon.
the bliarites... not so much,
JC might be willing to bury the hatchet, I wonder how many CLP's will be as magnanimous at re-selection time.
not doing to badly for such a poor leader,
funny that the press hasn't picked up on this
... well that explains a lot
for those blessed with not having an account at the coop bank,
their website has recently been 'updated' using a state of the art load balancing mechnism.
the site is so shite it's actually quicker for me to get in my car, drive to my local branch and deal with a person.
yes even, when I suddenly remember something at 3am that urgent... still quicker to drive into town and wait six and a half hours for them to open.
... and relax
what a great example of a vibrant healthy business....
due in no small part to being _constrained_ to operate with a significant proportion of their frontline staff being contractors.
If they were in the private sector (checks watch) they would ALL have gone bust years ago.
Did i miss a meeting?
Sleep an hibernate are just a pain in the arse as far as I can tell. i was trained to shut down with windows 3.0 and don't really get the 'advantage'of having my computer not working, but still running the battery down. nevermind the consequences of even the smallest memory leak when your uptime is potentially infinity.
shut down, it's cathartic, it's the end of the day. full stop, i no longer belong to 'the man', the next few hours are all mine.
Stay there while I go find my copy of 'chaos' and load it into the pocket trebuchet i just aimed at you :-)
the reason 'cfd' is hard is that it is fundamentally chaotic, and the combination of floating point and positive feedback is what caused all the problems. high sensitivity to small variations in initial conditions, coupled with noisy data. you can't really model something like that incrementally - you can theorise, and apply limited tests under highly controlled conditions, but as soon as you try to do anything real world all bets are off.
There is still much work to be done in understanding nonlinear systems. and the current political shenanigans between the scientific and oil/coal producing industrial complex is not helping.