In old IE it throws an error.
In old IE it throws an error.
Except you could only tell when the TV was switched on, irrespective of what (if anything) was being received. Plus the handheld wasn't directional to any degree of certainty unless you were using it near a house in the middle of nowhere, making it particularly useless for a block of flats. Which is why those weren't used either. They just said they did.
They don't even do that. There have been three vans in all history with TV Detector Van written on the side. None had any equipment in them, so couldn't detect anything and all but one were repurposed / sold / scrapped years ago (the one that remains is a relic / curio). People "remember" seeing them everywhere because they saw them on national TV (BBC News) and the one time that there was footage of an open one it contained random studio equipment that would normally have been in storage.
TL;DR Propaganda campaign. It was an effective one. So effective it entered pop culture as a subplot in an episode of The Young Ones in 1983.
Yeah! Spoil your ballot paper, that'll teach them!
Simply putting three characters in every post means nothing, as any AC could do the same pretending to be you. Like I care, or it matters.
When I joined
For "official" purposes, like paying tax, those that need it have my "official" name. Everybody else gets to call me what I want because they aren't the arbiters of my identity.
You posted as AC, hypocrite. I have always posted under a specific name, meaning there is a verifiable trail.
It would take so much effort to hunt seagulls to extinction that out wouldn't be worth it. At least around here. So, instead, the gulls will flourish on all the tasty rotten human corpses to become the next dominant race.
ISTR a few years ago some other school tried this (for similar reasons: the kids won't get beat up for their lunch money if they aren't carrying any, "ease of use", blah blah). The parents told them to fuck off and spend the money on important shit like textbooks and classroom supplies.
At least it will have the funkiest theme in sci-fi to see it off
It's more than that. BA allows *two* bags. So you can have your larger-than-Ryanair-allows bag *and* a laptop. Or handbag (yes, that's right ladies, to have to put your handbag *inside* your carry-on if you fly with Ryanair or EasyJet). Or camera bag.
However, Ryanair allows you to have loads of bags filled with clanking duty free. But then so does everybody else.
You get more mileage from a cheap pair of speakers.
The airlines do it. So do ISPs. Why should the music business be any different?
I'm pretty sure Norman Cook has a few bob. As does Pete Tong, Danny Rampling and Paul Oakenfold.
Does deadmau5 count?
I prefer a nicely shaven... leg
Except a) it's not their rules and b) this is to (ostensibly) flag up known criminals, not those who actually commit crimes at the festival. That you might have been done for nicking phones in the past does not equate you going to a music festival with the intent to continue to do so. But, hey, fuck you forever if you have a criminal record, right? Want a job? Fuck you. Want a loan? Fuck you. Want to go to a music festival? Definitely fuck you.
Much of the excitement we get out of our work is that we don't really know what we are doing. -- E. Dijkstra