18 posts • joined Monday 16th February 2009 14:39 GMT
Re: all your base belong us
"What's next - tapping the hotel sewers to extract DNA and biological samples?"
Has already been done.
When Nikita Khrushchev visited Vienna in 1961, for a summit meeting with Kennedy, the CIA allegedly rented the hotel room below his and tapped (groan) the plumbing to gather K's bodily waste. Similar operations have made against other world leaders such as the late Syrian President Hafez Assad and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev by the Mossad and the CIA.
Re: ::pops some corn & grabs a beer::
To quote Clark Adams:
"If atheism is a religion then being in good health is a disease"
Re: Why not 2?
The police/security service in some countries work in teams of three. Why three? The reasoning is it is fairly easy for two people to collude but much more difficult with three.
After all these leaks will The Grauniad be named as a criminal "co-conspirator" by the US?
Re: Roaming charges not the only problem...
Works both ways! Driving along the west coast of Turkey north of Antalya one is constantly flip-flopping between Greek and Turkish networks.
Re: Ancient news.
"But France never had an analogue cellphone network."
Are you sure?
France operated an analog system called Radiocomm 2000 (my SO is French and had a Radiocomm 2000 carphone in her car back in those days).
Re: Let's not forget
Minor nitpick: Iran is not an Arabic country (Iran means 'Land of the Aryans' in Persian). Persian is an Indo-European language. Iran is an Islamic (Shia) country though. Muslims are already members of the nuclear club courtesy of Pakistan.
Re: Yet another reminder
As the T-shirt says, Singapore is a fine city. A fine if you do this, a fine if you that or a fine if you don't do something else.
The European Union,through the Schengen Agreement and the Schengen Convention, did away with internal border controls between participating countries and even some non-EU countries.
During the Cold War a former Belgian colleague managed to drive unintentionally, on back roads, from Italy into Albania. Fortunately for him, an Albanian French language teacher spotted the Belgian plates on his 2CV before the local plod and guided him back to Italy.
Re: They only kidnapped, drugged and raped her...
Didn't a rapist walk free recently in California because of a quirk in Californian law? I can't remember all the details but it had something to do with the fact that the victim was not married.
Re: No. I asked: you for coffee?
I don't know about Germany but in France one asks for 'café au lait'. Café blanc is meaningless to your average French waiter/waitress.
Actually France and the US signed an extradition treaty (in Paris) on 23/04/1996. Ask Ira Einhorn.
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