40 posts • joined Friday 28th December 2007 13:02 GMT
It's a twisted fact but...
...where people have attempted or even succeeded in committing suicide by leaping from bridges, cliffs etc it has been documented that from above a certain heights feet have a habit of snapping off on hitting the water.
I mean i could understand if it were Megatron, at least he was evil.
Oh god how i laughed
and now i can't stop, i just keep bursting into sporadic laughter as i imagine the waste's of a good spinal cord that will apply for this show.
She wants a friend who won't betray her and plans to win one in a competition where they'll probably be encouraged to bitch and back stab to win...no worries there then :|
@ the cowardly anonymous b@stard!
[quote]Perhaps it's hard for the little people to accept, but those of us who pull down a decent wage want MPs who are similarly able, and expect to pay accordingly. [/quote]
You're an MP aren't you? you're a c*nt too :)
[quote]We expect to provide MPs with a nice, well furnished flat in London (unless they represent a consituency in or near there). Otherwise Parliament would be staffed only by the rich, the corrupt, and the obsessed. Not good.[/quote]
how is that different from what we have now? sod that, this country needs a big sign reading "out of order".
@ Mike Timbers
So everyone who is a jackass deserves to die?
If only we could get that passed as law bullets would cost more per pound than gold! Perhaps it's time to buy shares in some munitions factories... *ponders*
The 2.4million hours quoted in the post would have already cost somewhere in the region of £43m for labour alone and that was just for a period of 6 years. Another 34 on top of that plus inflation....well you do the math.
I happen to know that a skilled tradesman (which im guessing they would be to work over a bridge...could you see a chav in his burberry hat hanging off the forth? you might want to but that's not the point) are charged at around £18 per hour...about 1/3 of which they actually get paid (if they're lucky).
So financially it does make sense, perhaps the saving can help pay for Northern Rock...you know until it folds and we have to bail it out with our taxes.
My favourite part is the reference to encouraging paedophiles.
"Oh, that kids in a slumberland bed, better leave them alone."
Have you not seen Man on Fire?
"We challenge even the most ingenious member of al-Qaeda to conceal a box-cutter and binary liquid explosives when he's got nothing more than an in-flight safety leaflet to cover his modesty."
Denzel: That's a bomb in your ass!
Stands out above everything else that's wrong with this.
"Commissioner Deborah Taylor Tate said of the judgement: "Our action today should serve as a reminder to all broadcasters that Congress and American families continue to be concerned about protecting children from harmful material and that the FCC will enforce the laws of the land vigilantly."
Big Brother is watching YOU
Has to be Licence to Kill
It just sounds cool and sums up one of the major reasons men want to be Bond. We might all at some point have a nice car or a fast ride...of a different kind but the possibility of killing without fear of reprisal...
I learned when studying art history that art is apparently supposed to be controversial, if we didn’t have people pushing the norms of taste and decency then we’d still be painting stick figures on cave walls. While Banksy might not be the most original he seems to have some modicum of artistic talent which is more than can see said for some (google the ‘Turner Prize’ if you want to see some genuine wastes of skin).
Love him or hate him he has people talking about him and his work (and through it the works of others). Personally I wouldn’t notice if he disappeared off the face of the earth tomorrow and his art could go with him for all I care. Though full credit to the guy who’s £200k richer for doing bugger all – Carpe Diem…Caveat Emptor and all that.
@ Alan Gregson
As someone else pointed out above she says she got clean but then just before her 20th birthday she met him again and voluntarily took meth again.
Yes she was an addict, yes she always will be and that makes her do silly things but as has been said, this sets a dangerous precedent. What if in a year from now she decides to spend some of this potential windfall on more - will she then sue this next guy?
While every dealer off the streets is a good thing, this is going to cause problems for people in other ways.
It sets a precedent alright...
How big a reach is it from here to suing the brewery/bartenders for health problems related to over indulging in the old amber nectar? The dealer should have been arrested as a matter of course as it was, it shouldn't have to come to this.
I mean the next step is claims direct adverts announcing, "Have you got a habit that wasn't your fault?"
Arrest him, beat him till he gives the name of his supplier, lock him up and go after the next; wash, rinse, repeat. Then give her a slap for wasting the courts time with her petty greedy claims. If she doesn't expect much then surely she could have just reported him to police and help with the prosecution because it would be the right thing to do...damn greedy cow.
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