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Re: Odds & Ends & Random thoughts.     

Author: Sue
Date: Feb 12, 2008 22:53

...@gmail.com" <PreciousKittyKat@gmail.com> wrote: I always question reasons why I smoked and try to reinforce reasons why I quit. Your random thoughts are great. Thanks for sharing. I agree your opinions about the "look" of smoking. Sorry about your daughter. I have two smoking children and two not (although one used to). My...
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Re: ideal interface for Random Number Generators?     

Author: orz
Date: Jun 8, 2010 10:40

...really not that heavy template wizardry like you seem to suspect. Boost random distributions are ~80 lines with comments. ...to boost. I bet that some sort of chaos_of_orz engine in Boost.Random gives you more fame and users than your own full... entropy accumulator, though in retrospect I've decided that that's not a great idea and that portion of the interface is omitted from the list of...
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Re: ideal interface for Random Number Generators?     

Author: orz
Date: Jun 8, 2010 10:40

...really not that heavy template wizardry like you seem to suspect. Boost random distributions are ~80 lines with comments. ...to boost. I bet that some sort of chaos_of_orz engine in Boost.Random gives you more fame and users than your own full... entropy accumulator, though in retrospect I've decided that that's not a great idea and that portion of the interface is omitted from the list of...
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Re: {OT} 63%% say Obama did great job on oil spill     

Author: Aratzio
Date: Jun 8, 2010 03:14

... You'll never hear them. And another predictive bitch slapping. So you think just spewing random stupidity is your path to *VICTOLLY*. You just make random unsupported claims that you want to believe, because *your* politicians would never lie to you, and spew them without any thought of your own. Priceless, coming from you. And...
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Re: {OT} 63%% say Obama did great job on oil spill     

Author: Aratzio
Date: Jun 8, 2010 03:14

... You'll never hear them. And another predictive bitch slapping. So you think just spewing random stupidity is your path to *VICTOLLY*. You just make random unsupported claims that you want to believe, because *your* politicians would never lie to you, and spew them without any thought of your own. Priceless, coming from you. And...
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Re: Another Random Sunday     

Author: hpjeannie
Date: Jun 7, 2010 21:55

.... It was found that the average child in the non-bike household watched umpty-hours (six? eight?) of TV daily and did no exercise, whereas the generator-attached kids watched an hour of TV and by great good coincidence, an hour of exercise each day. I've often thought that standard computer power generated by bike or treadmill would be awesome. I can put my laptop on the ...
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Re: Random question from mechanical ignoramus     

Author: Malc
Date: May 14, 2010 10:06

On 14 May, 09:01, "CT" <m...@christrollen.co.uk> wrote: Andy Bonwick wrote: Dry clutches sound great when they're rattling like a bag of spanners. Kiran's 1098 does have certain "je ne sais quois" about it, yes. Mine rattled a bit too. The garage told me it was ok so I never worried about it. It didn't get much worse over the time I owned it. -- Malc
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Re: Random question from mechanical ignoramus     

Author: CT
Date: May 14, 2010 10:01

Andy Bonwick wrote: Dry clutches sound great when they're rattling like a bag of spanners. Kiran's 1098 does have certain "je ne sais quois" about it, yes. -- Chris
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act     

Author: The Natural Philosopher
Date: May 14, 2010 01:39

... of the stuff listed as "wrong" is verging on the ludicrous - Listed Buildings, Firearms, Foxes? Cheers JimK I suspect not. But it's source isn't some random person, it is: http://www.gazette-news.co.uk/news/4528406.MP_calls_on_voters_to_draft_new_law_online/ Clacton and Harwich MP Douglas Carswell, who appears to have created the page back last ...
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Re: Random question from mechanical ignoramus     

Author: Andy Bonwick
Date: May 13, 2010 23:41

On Thu, 13 May 2010 14:53:42 GMT, "Jérémy" <a@b.com> wrote: What are the advantages and disadvantages of dry clutches vs. wet clutches for bikes? I've just noticed that my RT has a dry clutch, but the K1300GT has a wet clutch. Dry clutches sound great when they're rattling like a bag of spanners.
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