Maurice

Maurice

  • Commented on What do you know about my inner demons?
    Not sure what your point is as a Union activist (and an approved person) I don't know of any differences in employment law in Scotland. And my red clysyde FTO (Minder) when I was branch secretary didn't mention any difference....
  • Commented on Happy Halloween!
    Yes she seems to have lost some levels when Bob met her she seemed quite the operator compared to the rest of the cult. I think exactly what happened to Iris would be interesting and what the original plan was....
  • Commented on Happy Halloween!
    Dunkelzahn waking up would but a crimp in some ones plans :-) with of course Tom Hardy in Peaky Blinders Alfie Solomon mode as the voice....
  • Commented on Publishing: A Slice of Life
    Your customers mistake was using this "trendnet" not a brand I have heard of and seems to be designed for home use - and has some troubling security problems. With networking just by HP or cisco and the stuff will...
  • Commented on Publishing: A Slice of Life
    But these days you actually get very little interference on networking cables unlike say thick ethernet and the main problem was the vampire taps....
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: The Delirium Brief
    If you read some of the history's of the Afghan war it was commented while the UK and US Sf including SAD (the Cia's in house shooters) where fairly well known even down their preferred brands of boots. The French...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: The Delirium Brief
    Which was the plot point in one of the earlier series in Being Human. The werewolf brought a cage from a BDSM supplier to lock him self in during the change....
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: The Delirium Brief
    For reasons of plot You have to have enough vamps / where's mages etc to make a role playing game viable. And it was certainly implied that the number of vamps in a large city like London or NYC. Mage...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: The Delirium Brief
    That's because its a civil service organisation and run along the lines of the original MI5 and 6. It doesn't seem to have a C or M figure but seems to be run by a committee that goes back to...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: The Delirium Brief
    Yes there are a few things that for plot reasons where ignored. Main one is the dread eldritch tome also known as "Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006" as amended by the "Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings...
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    You true about classic old school sniper using improved variants of ww1 or pre war rifles. There is an interesting podcast series on snipers done by a couple or serving officers the last episode The Once and Future Sniper which...
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    "shut it you slag You're a big man, but you're in bad shape. With me it's a full time job. Now behave yourself"...
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    Cyber Leader: You would destroy the Cybermen with four Daleks? Dalek Sec: We would destroy the Cybermen with one Dalek! You superior in only one respect. Cyber Leader: What is that? Dalek Sec: You are better at dying. Raise communications...
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    Well I am sure the pattern room has a "Panjandrum " or two in store :-) BTW that is the bonkers giant Catherine wheel thing https://www.wired.com/2015/01/well-didnt-work-rolling-rocket-bomb-designed-kill-nazis-almost-killed-dog-instead/...
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    Well one of the original uses of HMG's was an indirect fire area weapon and I bet Pinky and Brains could improvise a indirect sight assuming they didn't get hold of a gunners quadrant Or for DF use a periscope...
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    Well re reading the annihilation score p13 Ramona says "My Ma--People" when she is chatting with MO so possibly the Blue Hades are suborned....
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    A different Harry, not harry the horse? I could see there being a crash course to x train SF / SOE types to act as a large para military force. Oh I came across an ideal weapon for shogoths that...
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    I thought she was bonking sir David at the bank ill have to re read it....
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    Yes I would have a suitable application of the TUPE (plus the laudrys contacts in the house of lords) would have stalled shillers little game until he had run out of $ IRL the FDA and Prospect would have gone...
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    French would be a lot more relaxed (that whole revolutiory spirit thing) about waxing someone. And TBH I would have suspected that Shiller when he came back would be on a rat list of people for an Infra red stop....
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    30th /end of October I believe from what my Waterstones says - though pre orders might arrive early....
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    I think that was the US Ambassador with the golf course mentioned that had pissed mandate off....
  • Commented on The Labyrinth Index: sneak preview!
    I thought that was because they where into sacrificing most of the good foodstuffs and so where starving themselves....
  • Commented on Dread of Heinleinism
    Entryism or less sympathetically subversion given what has come out. Maybe the CBI and IOD should have taken a leaf out of the way unions worked with the secret service in the 50's and sped less time obsessing about H&S...
  • Commented on Dread of Heinleinism
    The IWW lol its "a club" as a DGS of connect (now part of prospect said to me in the bar at conference once) not sure that ye old Trade unionism cosplay is the way to go here brother. BTW...
  • Commented on Sitrep
    I seem to recall that Soviet tanks use diesel and the Germans Petrol so the dogs went the smell of the wrong tanks....
  • Commented on Sitrep
    Some of us did devops back in the 80's :-) I was hired by BT as I was both a sysad and a developer on PR1MES Big Data MR late 70's tech style . I think your referring to devops...
  • Commented on Sitrep
    Would that be the Brocken spectre? :-) now made me think about a GR and Laundryverse crossover...
  • Commented on Sitrep
    There is concept art of legged daleks - cut because of cost I believe....
  • Commented on Sitrep
    A Proto laundry set in Elizabethan England would be fun maybe "Christopher Marlowe" was a laundry operator and midsummer nights dream is based on an incursion. Also a ww2 or just post war set novel would work and OGH could...
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