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Why is it the *everytime* I hear something along the lines of "Researcher have reported that [insert ridiculously obvious conclusion | Conclusions that flies in the face of everything we know to be true]" the next sentence is "British researchers have found..."
I generally dislike generalisations, but, generally, I find any research reported by British newspapers seems to be about the same quality as their tabloids. You lads and lasses over there are generally very clever, so I'm at a loss as to why this seems to be the case.
It's odd how things hang around, long past their useful life.
If I were to look to my left, in the corner, half hidden by the sideboard, I would be able to see the full boxed set of Goatus Bloates Release 3. I won't of course. I only ever do that if I need to appear upset for some reason.
Do not read medical books! You could die of a misprint. - Mark Twain
Girl: (staring) "Why do you need an icy cucumber?"
“I want to report a fraud. The government is lying to us all.”
I have been using Tortoise SVN with Windows7 x64 since March on more than one computer and I have not seen this. I do not use MSE and I turned the indexing off on the first day I had the machine because with my 900GB of never indexed data I had just moved from the old machine to the new machine indexing would not let me work.
It took me until it was happening on two systems that I realized something was amiss. It happened almost every check-in on her SSD laptop. Bigger check-ins and faster drives appear to make it much more frequent. Leaving indexing and virus scanning on seem to help even more
I can imagine the sinking feeling one would have after ordering my book,
only to find a laughably ridiculous theory with demented logic once the book arrives - Mark McCutcheon
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