television star never seen
Television is something i do not get with billionaire families like Murdoch (my blog) complaining about shows made by public ‘subscription’* for look like they cost pennies to make. Somehow ballroom dancing and baking cakes (my blog) is not something they can do.
This brings me to people on tv who i read about and may not like (my blog) who cannot work for two broadcasters for a perception of working for the wrong side. A bit like rugby union, a sport where being professional is frowned upon but ok in league (my blog)
This also applies to made for television stars, and zoo’s as well too who generally cannot also cross channels.
Since i am not into talent shows for the talentless, ‘baking’ or ballroom i am kind of bemused when i read twitter to find out it this strange stuff.
*the irony here is that some of murdoch’s offspring made tv programes via independent television production companies for said channels
tube recycle those 1’s and 0’s
Last year around this time i was looking at gigabyte Ethernet switches (my blog) for the zoo to replace our aging switching and nearly bought them until the postage was more than the saving made normally
Sure i could have increased the order size but i saw no point as i needed nothing else urgently.
Since the existing switches still work i decided to not purchase them. I suppose being specific and logical mean no sale.
Nobody really complains about our internal network speed anyhow and still have not commented about it.
Having been asked to buy a new phone recently (my blog) i can confirm that it went up in price during black friday means the not sale price was better then then deals you may have bought might not have been ‘deals’.
Its kind of weird consumerism, when its like this.
sjw at channel 4
isbn: 9780241263864 is an author (my blog) i have read before and deals with meaningless jobs.
The definition of bullshit does vary, where the application or task is used for something non deserving by the ‘expert’ but once you sort that out a conclusion can be made.
Razors are an expensive consumer item, each side throws the accusation that there cheaper while supporting strange sports ‘stars’ who never do anything wrong (my blog). Nothing to do with Wallace and gromit.
There are now more companies selling razors and being bored one day i wondered where this leaves censoring legal professionals and the big brands who now have new competition. After all high court super-injunctions sound more expensive than a boat full of bananas.
£44 was the cheapest per year (provided your not that hairy) via a website with the newer firms, as to buying a real razor and blades seems mired in artisan-al professional beard growers so not a generally easy to discover area as to how to get in to.
It will be interesting to see when the female razor market gets there attention after all a pink razor handle opposed to manly black one is not beyond the r&d of many companies..
Perhaps the excesses of of the people who like super injunctions like sports professionals hired to promote this product have finally bitten them the established firms and many now see the world for what it is.
It may be worth looking at if your being taken for a ride and helping funding legal super injunctions denying the right to news but it is nice to see that economics is alive and kicking and that might mean less profits for gillete and other established razor makers.
Here is an afterthought name me a number of vacuum clearer manufacturers i hope you also named dyson as well as the tradtional makers of such things.
Think about it the message that sport is corrupt (my blog) is one that shines through as well.
Meet the scumbag who does not know what is in his eu law.
Both labour and conservative meps from the uk voted to censor the internet (my blog) after all if Patrick Rock can why not ?.
These people are scum and fear discourse.
I do not know how the noble profession of law gets so many legal crooks in copyright (my blog) but Paul Hansmeier is another one to add to the list of Lionel Hutz* types.
Fraud and copyright theft seem to be the main problems here. but when you have to chase ambulances or create accidents to get ‘clients’ then the reputation is set.
He has pled guilty to abusing the courts as well. If copyright law is only to make lawyers rich by any means then i see little point in what Paul Hansmeier or others in the field do even for copyright holders.
Think about it.
*the legal professional from the simpsons
The bbc is still pro licence fee and copyright – in fact any descendants of hitler can probably claim the copyright royalties from the 1939-45 war of who George Orwell even wrote about the bbc collecting statistics of use just in case.
Rupert Murdoch (my blog) who is a copyright abuser is a strange bed fellow for the bbc to be working for with fake products as it looked like a third china shift was making ‘counterfeit’ products from the same factory as where murdoch buys them..
I am sure Murdochs purchasing of stuff here is also at fault but when the bbc and murdoch fud together then you cannot trust them on any copyright law.
Quite why the bbc gets free copyright but nobody else can claim it shows another side where the issue is clouded by who owns that twitter/facebook image or words so the bbc is being unethical mind you with the eu also attempting the taxing url links (not here) and the bbc friends with them it seems unethical is the way to go
Shady and crooked seems a good description.
I have discussed the problem of toys which do not sell before (my blog). You might consider bricks and mortar retail a victim of Disney corporate expectations but for how much longer?
I saw this headline
It is past midnight as post this and i did not read the article. but it appears that with the sjw’s in Disney that lego cannot sell toys at the suggested Disney retail price.
If you have disney shares do not expect the toy sale rights to be much on the sjw influenced lines on bought brands profit wise. While i really dont care if a star wars character is intimate with a robot or not i doubt that the toy makers will be making a toy of the happy couples marriage suite along with a lot of wd40 cans to keep things ‘lubricated’.
I have not seen the current star wars films* and do not consider it a failure on my part
Since i do not buy lego either and i am not an sjw it appears that whoever runs disney seems to be out of touch with children and the sexual liberation of robots which even some sjws feel is wrong even in left gender politics.
Lets put it this way hot toys command a high retail value, or secondary market. If lego cannot shift stock then that toy is not worth the value of the rights that lego bought from disney.
Another story i can tell:
I was in a shop in camdem (near the zoo) recently and a young female child was fascinated by a shiney magazine of a recent cartoon by disney while queuing to pay. The magazine was left on the floor and the child wondered off thus the disney license again did not resort in a sale.
*it has been over a year since i have been in a cinema
British banking is awful, four banks own four computers and share them is a common problem (my blog) which i have mentioned before.
Recently the zoo was paid in euros, and the cheque had this statement on it
payable only in great britian
I laughed. Only a british bank could fuck up the euro that way. If you think banks are ready for international trade now or even after brexit there not so dont include british banks as ready.
Whilst collecting our copy of the daily Rwanda the shop noticed that it was sans the barcode as part of the paper was ‘missing’.
This certain provided the newsagent with a conundrum as a number of newspapers could not be bought as deemed by the pos system.
Carol Beer little britain says computer said no
It was interest to notice that another condition of retailing can shut down a days trading on missing stock now include the barcode, and no electricity.
I thought it was interesting.