29 posts • joined Monday 31st October 2011 23:28 GMT
Re: Bravo the NZ PM!
Yes I can but only if it's in their self interrest. These people are politicians, they'll do anything.
Wanted by NZ police...
I hear they're looking at improving their professionalism and standards and are looking for a training organisation that can help. Can any one provide the contact details of the Keystone cops to them? Please for f's sake provide a real address, one that doesn't need checking or validating, it's confusing to them.
Or the Stupid Tactics Group as we like to call them. This is what happens when your police force spends all it's time watching American cop shows. Took them 13 minutes to find him. In a house.
I like that. I wonder who the first celebritwat to unintentionally mis-tweet or mis-facbook is going to be?
So using gay now is homophobic? Yet now the homo-sexuals want to nick and use the word marriage. F.off.
I thought they were going to figure out a way for the over thirteens to use it.
Re: So I will
“we can’t go into the details without giving away information that would be helpful [to the] bad actors”.
Oh thats a shame, I guess Tom Cruise misses out again.
Ray Bradbury dead
Wow, that was unexpected...
Re: 13 employees and no cash flow
Ahh, you've got a 'brand' then?
ala kazoo share price $14.52
Loosed for words
"You might as well try to describe the colour of London as seen from Google Earth in 10 words or less."
Grey and brown?
In a game of SOCA today Smisham FC beat Fuggles United 2-0
What about that survey done by Motorhead
that said you'd be killed by death?
Loosed for words
Thank fcuk for that. This has been bugging me for ages.
I'm all for
the AK47, God's weapon of choice.
Isn't this Hague bloke
A class 'A' super-muppet?
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