IRTA as Nine Feet Underground, is 70s band Caravan back in fashion?
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Nine floors underground, Oracle's Israel data centre can 'withstand a rocket, a missile or even a car bomb'
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One-character bug gives away $90m in COMP tokens – recipients can keep 10% or consider themselves doxxed
'Nobody in their right mind would build a naval base here today': Navigating in and out of Devonport
Re: He ought to give it up
Any aliens would probably be sufficiently advanced compared to us that any patents we have would be instantly out of date compared to their technology. Who is interested in a patent for a pointy stick with rounded corners when The Traders arrive with their portable atomic powered personal shields the size of a walnut
US Air Force chief software officer quits after launching Hellfire missile of a LinkedIn post at his former bosses
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A man spent a year in jail on a murder charge that hinged on disputed AI evidence. Now the case has been dropped
Magna Carta mayhem: Protesters lay siege to Edinburgh Castle, citing obscure Latin text that has never applied in Scotland
Tired: What3Words. Wired: A clone location-tracking service based on FOUR words – and they are all extremely rude
What is your greatest weakness? The definitive list of the many kinds of interviewer you will meet in Hell
Blue Origin Ticket
Blue Origin Ticket
This may be of interest to one of you. A friend of mine has a ticket
for a flight on Blue Origin. He paid $28 million, but he didn't
realise when he bought it that it was going to be the same day as his
Covid 19 postponed wedding. If you are interested, he is looking for
someone to take his place.
It's at Pontypridd Registry Office, at 4.30pm. The Bride's name is
Megan, she's 29, about 5'4", quite pretty, has her own income and
is a really good cook.
<paraphrased from a rugby ticket joke>
Re: Would they have bothered ...
Let's say I visited some government building for some legitimate purpose, used the facilities but forgot to do up my fly on the way out, this was caught on the CCTV and a picture of me with my fly undone was released by person unknown to an astonished public. Would I be happy?