That's a JACKALOPE you're describing you numnut. And it's not Arizona's right to put them on postcards. Jackalopes cumber freely around the high country of Wyoming, savaging a cowpoke about once a week on average. God only knows why he keeps going back up the range, you'd think he'd stick to the plains.No it's not. It's a made up animal that they put on postcards here to goof on tourists.
A JACKAROO is a cowboy. The Isuzu-based General Motors Holden Jackaroo is named after them. The female versions are called JILLAROO and have flared mudguards [fenders] with larger headlights and beef-up rear-ends.
You're such a reliable source of disinformation you should apply to be a counteragent. Hopefully they'll drop you in with the Taliban as a spy. how's your Pashto, or Urdi? But i guess by tomorrow you'll forget to apply anyway dammit.I was trying to educate you two, a hopeless task. Also the guy just told it to me yesterday so I still remember it.
:sigh: .... Dammit! Where's a 'frustration' icon when you want one?Yes it was a nice video. U got one thing right. 1 out of 10. .100 batting average. Not good.
Yeah. Someone turned it into a whole new thread.
My parole officer helped me write it.
The sap can read y'know. And that's Lord Sap to you. Despite your lack of respect, i'm delighted to share my immense IT knowledge with you:So then in yr learned opinion* what is the best browser and free email and new computer to buy if I buy a new computer and what shall I eat today?
* buttering the sap up because I want something.
Best browser for you is any version of Netscape, preferably V4. Best email client for sure is Sparrow. If you can't find it get MailBird, but only Version 1.
You need a new computer? Amazing coincidence! I've got one superfluous to my requirements. You can have it for only $1.5 million, delivered.
It comes with it's own shipping container and two very intelligent and enthusiastic programmers.
It's a huge spinout to think that a modern cheap smartphone processor is many times faster and more powerful than the ENIAC. Watch the video below right thru 'cos Jean is a crackup! 'life's too short not to enjoy what you're doing. The other one of course is luck beats brains'. I like modest self-depreciating humour in ppl.
A long-ignored pioneer, she, just like her ENIAC co-lead programmer Betty Holberton and many other women in early computing, went without any public recognition for decades.