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And I thought...
... this would be "Call me Dave" painting himself blue to prove what a good Tory he is!
"If we stop now you've wasted all the capital investment"
In other words, as many people have been saying all along, Labour have bulled ahead with this project so that, having spent huge amounts of public money, they can claim that anyone trying to cancel the project will be "wasting" that dosh.
Well, no, Mr Johnson, it is *YOU* who have wasted that money, it is *YOU* who have pissed it away on an unworkable control-freak project that has been doomed to failure from the start, don't start trying to put the blame on others now.
And so the second guessing starts...
... as someone with an axe to grind sticks his two-pennorth in.
If you'd prefer to vote for policies, rather than a party...
Take a look at http://voteforpolicies.org.uk/ and see which of the policy sets there appeals most to your views.
(NB I'd strongly recommend clicking on the "Show more policy points from this set" because there are some nasty ones hidden below the "headline" policies")
'Which part of "Mwahahahaaa!!!" didn't you understand?'
... how many more to go...?
... does it know the difference between a power socket and a computer terminal?
"before the age of 95"?
So how much statistical data do they have for women contracting breast cancer *after* the age of 95...?
If your kids are doing this...
... where the FUCK are you???
Try taking some responsibility for your kids' safety!
Someone who knows that the net is not a child-minding service!
On the contrary...
... cats are smart enough to know that their human owne^H^H^H^H slaves are useful enough to keep around to feed them, empty the litter tray, stroke them and so on.
They're also smart enough not to let on that they already rule the world...!
As the old tagline had it...
Error 606: Lazy programer
"16 constituencies short of an overall majority"
Is that like "a sandwich short of a picnic"?
I've just done a google search
... pictures of consenting adults engaged in consensual activities will be covered under the same remit as:
Forced Prostitution and the violence and forced drug addiction that may be involved;
Violence at music events;
Money laundering through dodgy casinos;
And the use of fake ID documents.
Nice to see that they're going to be targetting specialist resources effectively on relevant and related areas...!
Extreme Porn is vague and ill defined...
... but the law that covers it is found in sections 63 - 68 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 see http://www.uk-legislation.hmso.gov.uk/acts/acts2008/pdf/ukpga_20080004_en.pdf
"like putting a burglar alarm inside your house"
And then not telling your children to lock the front door when they go out...
... do you want to start requiring joggers and athletes to be licenced as well given that their CO2 output will be higher that everyone else's?
Oh gods, not again...
1) Road Tax was discontinued after WWII, you now pay "Vehicle Excise Duty", ie taxed on your ownership of a vehicle.
2) Said ownership is based, now, on the amount of pollution a vehicle causes. How much pollution does a bicycle put out?
3) The administration of such a scheme would cost much more than any revenue generated unless bikes paid similar amounts of VED as other vehicles, even though they cause less pollution and less damage to the roads and take up less space as well.
4) etc etc etc in response to a tired old argument...
Oh dear, once again we get the "some cyclists are idiots, so we don't need to respect *any* of them argument"
Yes, I agree, speaking as a cyclist, there are some pillocks who give the rest of us a bad name, but that's no excuse for ridiculous cycle routes that were designed by people who don't understand that if you have to keep stopping and starting (and even dismounting if you go by the silly signs!) you are wasting energy.
It's then not simply a matter of putting your foot on the gas, it's putting your foot on the pedal and having to recover momentum that you lost due to a badly designed route which is mostly intended to keep bikes out of the way of cars, rather than actually be any use to the cyclist!
Forget the wash up...
... there should be a law against the Parliamentary Guillotine which allows the Government to set a ridiculously short amount of time for *any* Bill to be discussed in the Commons, hence why the Dangerous Pictures provisions of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act were only ever debated in the Lords.
he could have been tried, convicted, done his time and been out by now.
Or he could have tried for a minor offence in this country and got a slap on the wrist or tried for a trumped up serious offence in the USA and locked up for years.
The anti-slashdot effect...?
The slashdot effect makes sites slow to respond because of the number of people visiting them.
So will this new nonsense from google mean that such sites will suddenly disappear off the search listings because they're too popular...???
Tower Bridge? Marble Arch??
Yours must be fakes, because I'm selling those next week...!
Who is dumb enough...
... to buy Tiffany Jewellery (let alone luxury cars or aeroplanes) from an online tat bazaar and *not* wonder whether they're getting the genuine article or going to get ripped off?
Whoever they are, I'd like to offer them Nelson's Column which I have for sale...
Same old Same Old...
... from Gamble who wants to expand his ego-trip online empire a bit more and is resorting to ridiculous "if you don't agree with me you agree with paedos and rapists and murderers oh my!" accusations to try to get his way.
So what, exactly, is their problem?
UKIP claim to be "Libertarian", yet when it comes to a little bit of what turns out to be consensual sex games, they suddenly throw their hands up in the air and reveal themselves to be just another bunch of control-freak hypocrites...
Desperate vote grabbing...
Now that Gordon Clown realises he's screwed, this is just damage limitation, "promising" stuff that he's got no chance of delivering in the hope that the public will be confused enough to not give him the good kicking he desperately deserves.
Meanwhile "Call me Dave" Cameron is pandering to the Daily Fail reading public by trying to bring back National Service but hoping to con people by putting the word "Citizen" in the middle as if that makes a difference.
A pox on both their houses.
You keep using phrases like "appeared to be armed" and "from the perspective of the gunship" these people were the "ENEMY", but, tell me, were any of them Brazilian Electricians because it seems to me that the same "Shoot first and don't even bother asking questions" doctrine appears(!) to have been applied here.
"Are they the enemy?"
"Dunno, but if we shoot them, they'll sure as hell be our enemies then!"
You do not have to wait to hear from your solicitor because Baroness O'Cathain's attempts to get a "Dangerous Writings Act" passed got short shrift from anyone with half a brain!
Someone please tell me...
... this is an April Fool's gag...???
You won't get much disagreement from me on that!
To paraphrase Arthur C Clarke and Douglas Adams amongst others "Anyone who is capable of getting themselves elected is, ipso facto, unsuitable to hold that position"!
Of course if they actually bothered to *listen* to the people who are qualified to advise them... (howls of derisive laughter)
"departments have not always shown themselves to be intelligent clients..."
"...and sometimes show "a lack of capacity to engage effectively with suppliers"
In other news: (Bears, woods, Popes...)
The problem is that Politicians generally have damn all experience of the business world (apart from being bought expensive lunches on private yachts...) and consequently get taken for a ride by companies who see Government contracts as a cash cow because the requirements are unclear at the start and then repeatedly change according to what is flavour of the month.
This has been seen time and time again with billions of pounds of public money being pissed away on useless or ill-designed projects, yet still nothing is done to fix the underlying problem.
... have you taken a look at the UK's internet policy recently...?
"protect the online privacy of netizens...
"...from government snooping...."
Great, now what about Microsoft's and Google's snooping...?
Bravo Ross Anderson!
Nat West's current slogan is "Helpful Banking", but what they really mean is "helping themselves to our money"!
Perhaps they should register iAstroturf...
I blame the parents...
... the Internet is *not* a child-minding service!
Beahvioural Targetting works, claim study...
... AdBlock Plus works even better, assert users!
How can a check catch someone who has "slipped through the net"?
It can't of course, that's why Vanessa George in that Nursery in Devon was able to carry on with her activities despite all the Government required checks...
Re: I don't need a eCRB/Pedo Check.
"I do think that the ability to check is important... "
So "you don't need a check", but everyone else does?
Why does the word "hypocrisy" come to mind...?
'Is this guy all right?'
You move in with a new partner who has a couple of kids.
Since most sexual abuse takes place in the home surely her ex- should be entitled to check and make sure that YOU are not a kiddy fiddler.
Of course if he wanted custody but doesn't think he'll granted it, putting in requests for checks against you *and* her would be a good way of raising suspicion that maybe the kids will not be safe at her place...
Yvette Cloette was not killed, however her home was attacked and she had to leave see:
... Captain Pugwash!
(And, yes, I know it was an urban myth...)
Come one, come all...
... lots of Government Pork for you all!
(I wonder what they call it in Islamic/ Jewish countries?!)
The Streisand Effect...
... strikes again!
You can't counter-steer it...
... and you can't get your knee down either!!
It wasn't just 1984, look up the term "Enabling Act"...
"get caught doing something they are not allowed to be doing"
"Not allowed to be doing"? Allowed by whom??
There's a lot of things that a lot of people in this would would like to "not allow" others to do, be that being gay, freely protesting outside Parliament, looking at "extreme" pornography (ie something that the person advocating the law doesn't like) or visiting websites about the Tiananmen Square massacre.
If you really have no idea why people are "up in arms" about this, I suggest you consider the words of George Santayana: "Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it".
Keep Your Laser Handy!
I think I smell someone at the US government Pork Barrel...
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