Re: Reminds me...
I remember that one. I used to work on Mitsubishi Apricots as well.
61 posts • joined 12 Jan 2015
I used to use winframe in a school. Head thought it was the best thing since sliced bread being able to run modern software on 486 machines! Problem was, on 10mb hubs they ran like crap.
Found out the lease was up as the server was sat in the disposal pile. Nobody knew it was leased!
Do what I did, take the plunge. I acquired a machine not suitable for the job it needed to do. Had a win 10 home licence on it at some point. Had to give work laptop back with 10 pro on.
Installed spare SSD in said machine from dead win 7 laptop. Installed Linux mint. I have used linux before but never taken the plunge as such with the desktop.
The only thing I am still working on is updating the Garmin GPS. Everything else is working very, very fast.
Loved win7 but I have seen some scary vulnerability's in my time and the lack of security updates and ease of exploitation no longer sits easily with me.
it's called mslogo now.
The "little bots" are known as turtles, they are still being used. There are variations of basically the same thing.
It would have been a variant of the original valiant roamer. Uses two massive lantern batteries. I know for a fact schools were buying these no more than 8 years ago.
Fried bread, brown, toast if absolutely necessary
Tomatoes, tinned is fine, or fried and halved or both
Beans, preferably with a dash of Worcester Sauce.
Sausage - Cumberland
eggs, runny yolk fried.
Tea, classic English Breakfast tea
Bacon, thick and chewy
Maybe a small amount of black pudding as I'm just getting into it, never liked it before.
fug it, If we are going to do fat, Chips as well. Barbecue sauce.
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Wrong, wrong wrong, wrong and wrong! best explanation ever is here.
Should of should be banned from the language as an insult!
The only time it makes any sense is in the sentence "Should Of Mice and Men be written in another language"
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