Posts tagged with ‘intelligence’

Daily Mail Headline Change After Vile Benefits Murder Comments Backlash

April 3, 2013

Lynch Mob Witch-hunt in Britain The lowest common denominator mentality is alive and well in Glorious Britain.  “Most people” (according to a man-in-the-street soundbite on the BBC News yesterday, so it must be true) now think benefit scroungers are the ruin of the nation and treated like dogs.  Truly – the news article used this […]

Panasonic DMC-TZ30EB-R: Is this not a work of art?

May 16, 2012

Panasonic DMC-TZ30 Compact Camera I’m afraid my old TZ7 (which replaced my earlier TZ5 due to my clumsiness) has now had to be replaced with the new TZ30. The reason?  At some unknown moment, my usual dollard-ish clumsiness put a scratch on the lens…..  the whole recent trip to Australia is marred (to my eyes […]

The Hell of Incessant Suffering and the Land of Tranquil Light

March 3, 2010

The Hell of Incessant Suffering and the Land of Tranquil Light Note: This was originally published here on Sunday, September 24th, 2006 at 4:28 pm and filed under Buddhism..  The link has been dead for quite some time, looks unlikely to re-appear,  so I’m showing the words here as they are so wonderful because they […]

Murderous Robot Wars

August 4, 2009

Introduction Professor Noel Sharkey from Sheffield, better known as one of the judges on the BBCTV show “Robot Wars” knows a thing or two about robots and artificial intelligence.  He’s made a plea for more debate about the use of robot planes in warfare. (see link) He’s said, “An international debate is needed on the […]

More on Google Profits and Pacific Webworks

July 15, 2009

Oh What a tangled web we weave… Back on May 1st I checked out this particular morph of the Google Money Bollox Kit Chest Scheme Plan…  See here.  I just had to show it because of the naff spelling and wordage, plus the inconsistencies in the text and graphics, and company name changes. Normal Of […]