maybe his name rhymes with 'train' ...
... and someone wanted to stitch him up.
Hey Guillermo! You've been Frêne'd!
Mine's the one with the parrot on the shoulder.
35 posts • joined 16 Jul 2007
If they move jobs offshore, I'll move my bank accounts and cite that as reason #1 when asked why I'm leaving.
I know from personal experience that offshore doesn't work, I work for an ISP with an offshore support centre, and the best of the staff over there are fucking clueless. Don't ask how bad the worst are, I haven't the words for it.
Its all very well saving a few quid, but if the UK keeps on like this India will be shipping menial jobs like call centre staff here in a generation's time.
Paris, because, well I used the word 'clueless' so that's good enough.
"And there was one Led Zeppelin tune of the late 1970s that I recall as lasting about the middle 2/3 of the Missouri stretch of I-70."
That would be the live version of Dazed and Confused that they managed to drag out to around 43 minutes then? And yes I have a recording of the gig when they did this.
Meatloaf was OK in his day, as were Zep, but I wouldn't give either of them an award now for what they did circa 30 years ago.
Paris, as I know she knows how to rock and moan.
... or are ebay going at this in completely the wrong way?
their site is gonna end up with a bad rep and thence no customers if stories like this continue doing the rounds. and that will happen unless ebay themselves start being just a little more active in help in people when situations like this arise.
that would be my view anyway.
something like this was developed during WWII to go after the V2 rocket launch sites and also massive concrete submarine pens. i think barnes wallis (invented the bouncing bomb used in the dambusters raid) was involved, and i know 617 squadron (the dambusters) dropped the things on various missions over mainland europe. i seem to remember reading the bombs were 10 tonnes, and they could penetrate reinforced concrete quite easily.
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