13 posts • joined 10 Sep 2008
As a yoof myself...
I'm not usually the loitering type, but whenever I see one of these things, I make a point of standing by it.
But what about...
But what about Cake? This menace still haunts our streets, and I demand action!
Surely it would be better to display the opening times, prices etc on a poster, as it can be used by anyone with eyeballs, rather than merely those with a smartphone?
Piracy possibly higher because...
...Sims 3 is more popular than Spore was? Yes, more people have pirated it, but presumably a lot more people have bought it as well, meaning judging this kind of thing is an even less exact science.
Sighting in Taunton too
It seems the all-seeing eye of Google is extending to the South West as well: I saw one of the sinister automobiles the other day just outside Taunton. Didn't have a camera on me though, so no picture for the mashup.
Does it matter?
On Facebook, I set my location to the most Holy See, nobody seems to have noticed yet...
I didn't know...
that NO2ID had raised enough money to hire a lord. What's the going rate for one of them these days, anyway?
Mine's the one with ideas for Bill amendments in one pocket, and cash in the other.
...than my spam, which claims that, amongst other things, Obama is a woman and McCain has been spotted nude in public.
Judging from the headline, I was hoping for a story about Sarky being the perpetrator of fraud, not the victim.
How is putting some bread into your own mouth rather than someone else doing it a liberal innovation? Really, do these people expect to be taken seriously?
Mines the one with the blasphemous statement written on it.
Great, immediate challenges?
"To my mind there is no greater or more immediate challenge than that posed by climate change"
*cough* banking crisis *cough*
Joining you guys, but for the second reason. And I'd only really like more access to TV if good TV is actually made, not the crap that is currently spewed across our airwaves.
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