9 posts • joined Friday 20th June 2008 12:59 GMT
The terrorists have won
Their primary aims are to create havoc and fear.
And what with this government bleating on about terrorism like the Spanish Inquisition the terrorists don't even need to step onto these shores again!
Horses for courses
I own both a Wii and a PS3.
I use the Wii when plaing with the kids and the PS3 for games just for me.
Use the console that suits the situation and stop bashing each other.
You sound like a bunch of religious zealots.
As for the power thing. Anything that reduces my leccy bill and helps save the planet is good. (Or just use the big off button)
Who needs a password?
Surely the password isn't needed by staff as they have their own systems that they use to see all our details.
Plus there's bound to be some backdoor access to these details. Nothing that a few SQL scripts couldn't do.
You are right, we don't vote for a Prime Minister, we vote for a Party.
BUT, the image/persona of the person who will eventually become PM plays a great part in which party you vote for.
Policies change (daily?) but an MP's spots won't !
So whilst you may like to think this country votes for a political party, I'll guarantee that the majority actually vote for a person. There are statistics that prove this !
p.s. Web-site isn't that bad if taken at face value.
Harry meets Sally meets Scotland
Does this mean that anyone watching 'When Harry me Sally' can be jailed too ?
Actually come to think of it - Watching any of the Carry on films will land you in jail (And rightly so many would say) Leslie Phillips will be jailed just for opening his mouth !
I'll get my dirty raincoat now...
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