10 posts • joined Friday 18th December 2009 11:32 GMT
Slightly different. LulzSec aren't doing it to make money... NI were.
Why are you reading the Register???
... sounds like heat magazine is more your thing!
(oh, and the uptake of Andriod by my friends is proof enough for me, "my friend")
For anyonw who is interested:
Terrorists will not have too much of a problem getting certain nuclear materials anyway. It's enriching it in that certain way to make an A-Bomb thats the problem for them... along with handling it without the use of equipment. Uranium from these ships will be useless for making anything useful for the terrorists without the facilities. (thats even before the transportation of it without alerting powerful/trigger happy nations)... and no, bombing modern ships and nuclear power stations will not result in a nuclear bomb like explosions.
I'm sure someone with more knowledge would be able to explain the science behind it.
@The Other Steve
""The PR department's job is to answer requests"
The PR department's job is to do PR"
What do you think PR stands for???
Thats correct, PUBLIC RELATIONS!
(and correct again... including via journalism)
When you boys have stopped jacking off over your PC's and shoving your shiny LED vibrating mice up your arses have a go on a console for a bit of casual game play.
Halo is definitely no MW2... but I've had so much fun casually playing this game that I can see past some of the flaws and how some would rate this game highly.
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