I'm not convinced it colapsed until Netcraft confirms it?
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We've used to use Jaffa Cakes to teach phases of the moon in the UK.
It doesn't count for *any* syndication. Even in-country when they're repeated on "Dave" the music gets changed (most noticable in the 'construction' montages where the A-Team theme is conspicuous by its absence)
Dream of electric sheep?
There's a Titanium smelting plant in Redditch. Granted, it's Russian owned, but still, it's in the UK.
You've never had an ear infection have you?
Weren't they Peruvian?
Well, it's NASA, so C* (C star) surely?
Your computer has been stolen.
The police call you into the station and show you your computer and ask: "Is this your computer?"
You respond with: "No, it can't be, this isn't in my basement"
You all laugh and have coffee and doughnuts.
Yeah, but good luck getting any free stuff out of Microsoft with a 15 year old MSCE certificate. That's the reason everyone takes the tests right? To get free software?
Highway code, road safety, don't put diesel in a petrol car, that kind of thing.
And if you're a gamer you should probably know about, if not played, StarCraft and Bioshock Infinite.
Even if you don't know who Kerrigan or Booker are, you should atleast get by context that they have something to do with video games.
Well, what should we call them then? Lexicomrades?
We cannot do #1 or #2... in space.
which is inexorably dependent on it's host planet for resupplying oxygen, fuel, food and crew (who get muscle fatigue from microgravity after lengthy periods there)
We cannot do #1.