251 posts • joined Thursday 9th July 2009 00:47 GMT
Re: I'm surprised no one has thought of...
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Re: Hong Kong MTR
err...1997. It was Macau that was Portuguese until 1999
What happens to all the files
legally uploaded by the copyright owners and which have now been illegally sequestrated as a result of the takedown of the sites? That would make a nice class action against the law enforcement authorities and for conspiracy against whomsoever instigated this whole business.
it reveals just how much cash goes walkabout each year.
Maybe needs a lifeboat
he could well be drowning
who pays their wages?
In Hong Kong, 4 is a no-no number so many lifts go from 13 to 15 - and miss out the 40s altogther
Can you imagine the conversation
"Excuse me, sir, you're going to die of a heart attack if you take this flight".
When you are a spotty teenager
you'll try anything.
as the case may be.
filled with the kind of testicles one might expect
And if you look inside
You will find a fine array of "appliances"
with the right link this time
Could always try
the Belgian answer
how much his bank account had benefited
it was because op cops weren't busy with their private business
Having never heard of the woman,
I checked her website and now shall consign her to my dustbin of history.
More of a
No, not in context
The article was dealing solely with the corruption involved in producing the report.
and should remain a CIVIL matter and certainly not an extraditable "offence". For the record, I speak as a copyright owner.
tends to fly out of the window when god-bothering is involved.
I'm surprised it's that low..
Knowledge of UK affairs
is not geographically limited to the UK. So it is entirely possible for a non-UK resident to publish the information. How does the AG propose to prosecute such a person?
a cock is a phallus only when it is erect.
by either advice or enforcement
"Shut your fu*king mouth or we'll do it for you".
a gay/straight option?
For some unaccountable reason, it reminds me of the 1950s parody of a Rose Fyleman poem; "There are Tories at the bottoms of our guardsmen".
History repeating itself
more or less. All this nonsense is reminiscent of the "morality movements " of the late 18th and early 19th centuries - the Society for the Suppression of Vice and the like - and look what that led to, the hypocrisy of the Victorian era.
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