I guess that it being a cat is the most obvious reference possible. As for it being the Cheshire Cat, I suppose that it's because said cat can willfully be either comprised as a regular cat, an abnormal cat (composed of say, just a head), or nothing at all.
House of Lords is/was waaaay less corrupt than the US Congress.
Don't worry, we're working on that. Reform of the Lords is a top priority.
it didn't occur to them that they might want to release this information on a slow news day as apposed to releasing it in the middle of the biggest story to hit the media in the past 2 years? there by assuring it will be completely missed by Mondays new cycle?!?! It's just plain incompetent.
But, but but--that would be political, biased and reek of an agenda.
Sandy Bridge implements treacherous computing.
Thanks for pointing that out out--I was weary after the kill switch news, but after reading those, this Gulftown will be the last Intel processor I use.
That's the nuclear option. She can do it once, and then there will be a drastic constitutional reform to ensure she doesn't do it again.
The fact is that the BBC is known for its objectivity. I know a lot of American who only get their news from there because they regard the American press as either too liberal or too conservative. (Or more often than not, too sensationalistic or too "fluffy.")
Note: The Voice and Video support in pidgin-2.6.1 is a bit fragile. You MUST have the latest version of farsight2 and the stack of libraries it requires. You may also need to open ports on your firewall to allow it to connect.
To say the ruddy least. I've been trying to connect to friends' GTalk clients and it just doesn't work (although a couple of times I've managed to hear them).
"Who made this guy a Lord, the Sith?"
Quite. The "man" is a disgrace to the Lords. I wish there were a way to have him kicked out....
and preventing maps for page zero doesn't solve the problem... it just means you need to find a bug where you can corrupt a function pointer to point to mappable space.
In before "use PaX"
Which ya'll should've set during config, anyway.
This means, you can be forced to do self-incrimination. What's next? Do we remove the right to remain silent? In dubio contra reo?
Perhaps someone's said it already, I cba to read every reply--the right to remain silent went before the right not to self-incriminate. Guilt can be inferred by silence.
When the process of legal shikanery yields better returns than investing in real world products then it is apparent that the our culture has run aground . .
No, it's just the logical conclusion of a culture of worshipping money.
Begging your pardon; where's the dichotomy?