Where is the evidence that those who voted to leave were voting for an end to open borders?
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"sexist, violent and overly explicit and included imagery which was likely to harm children and vulnerable people" - so a fair advert for the game then.
The ASA have banned them from showing an advert again, for a game that's already tanked. How likely were they to throw good money after bad by showing the advert again anyway? Oh wait... This is Duke Nukem we're talking about, throwing good money after bad was in the project plan.
Like Helen Bray's for example.
As for "according to source ive been relibale informed that the data hasnt been processed by the government yet. so there isnt anything for lulsec to steal." I guess the data that people entered online just went to a big printer to be printed out and re-entered by hand, rather than being stored somewhere. I think your source is as relibale as your spelling.
"Legend has it that there was a king who decided he was so powerful, he could command the tide to stop. Not much to add, other than he drowned."
There's no such legend. I think you need to get your facts straight. Perhaps you are thinking of King Cnut, who, according to Henry of Huntingdon, ordered the tide not to wet his feet to prove that he had no power over nature. He didn't drown.
"Here in Germany it would be not so easy to do anything like this. Unless of course you have waivered your rights through buying a ticket etc."
Yes, those 88,000 people just turned up at Wembley without buying a ticket and luckily manged to sneak in through the back door just behind the burger van. Again.
...bring back a few BAE Lightnings. They looked nice and would probably be more than a match for any enemy we're likely to come across for the next few years, particularly after we wait for the Americans to soften them up. Toss in a few Vulcans too. Job done.
Grenade, because the ground attack pilots will have to be chucking them out of the cockpit.
"this day several major European counties do not require their automobile manufacturers to fit safety belts, Britain among them ..
Unfortunately, you can't believe everything you read on Wikipedia. All new UK cars must be fitted with a seatbelt for each passenger.
It is correct in saying they must be worn at all times if they are fitted. In fact, it shows that the law is stricter than in the US, where it is not mandatory to wear seatbelts in the rear passenger seats.
Why "former student"? If the headline was "Former student Jailed for university hack attacks" it might make sense, since he was a former student of the university, but in relation to the political attacks, it doesn't.
I'm sure many, if not all of your readers are "former students", as I expect we all went to school at some time.
Mines the one with the badge and Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus on the breast pocket.
... I read an article by Lewis without ending up foaming at the mouth, but I can't find any flaws in this one. I'm no defence expert, just an interested bystander, but what Lewis has to say seems credible. He's not just knocking the decisions made but giving reasoned alternatives to those decisions.
I need to figure out if I can cycle to or from work in 30 minutes or less. If so, £45 a year sure beats £99 a month on the Tube. There are plenty of docking stations near work, haven't seen any near home yet, but I haven't been looking.
Then I just have to work out if the time taken to cycle + shower makes it worthwhile also.
I might end up richer and fitter, even if I only do it during the summer month(s).