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Sora132

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The best method for accelerating a computer is the one that boosts it by 9.8 m/s2.
 

admin

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Staff member
I had to reload the forums again. Don't ask why, it should be more stable now.

Forum styling coming in a couple of months.

A partial return to free web hosting coming later in the year.
 

Peter

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Nice to see that you haven't given up on free hosting. Personally I won't need it because I have moved on to pay for my own hosting now but for someone that just starts out and are not ready to pay yet it can be invaluable.
 

Ceella

New member
Question: How can you guess that the elephant is sitting with you in the bath?
Answer: By the faint smell of peanuts from his mouth.
 

Ceella

New member
The uncle of a boy named Octopus comes into the room and asks his nephew: - Hey, Octopus, why did you open the window? - To ventilate the room while no one was in it. - I screwed myself, I opened the window myself!
 

Peter

New member
I was browsing the BBC website today and found an article with the title "War in Ukraine: Fact-checking Russian claims that Nato troops are fighting in Ukraine" (https://www.bbc.com/news/62974506)

The way I read this title to begin with was that there is some "fact-checking" person from Russia that claims Nato troops are fighting in Ukraine. I thought this was hardly surprising but odd to use the word "fact-checking" to describe a conspiracy theorist.

When I read the article I realized what they mean is that they (the BBC) are "fact-checking" claims from Russia that Nato troops are fighting in Ukraine.

I wonder if this is down to me being a non-native English speaker, or have I fallen for the ambiguous news title trick again?
 
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