That's what 'conservative' means - living in the past. Its a bit like being amish but you can have serfs work the land for you.
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I guess one arbitrary line is as good an another. Just sayin'...
Just to remove any doubt as to his ability to star in shit movies - Die Hard 4.0
My four year old loves and plays Minecraft - its the PS3 version mostly but he has also played the PC version and had no real problem with WASD. He isn't bothered about any survival elements, just loves to build houses, railways, and muck around.
My 8 year old has also been playing it since he was 7 - on the PC and the PS3 - and never had any issues. As far as I'm aware most of his class plays it as well (although its been superseded by Terraria). He does watch a lot of these funny British guys but being British I'm happy that's its culturally closer than most of Youtube, and that its 100% child friendly without actually being aimed down that way. He also uses the web to research tips / hints and even asked me for his own web page so he could post stuff (I gave him a blogger site on my account). If your kid plays games I personally think Minecraft is a winner.
If you're feeling a bit cramped, feel free to move up. We've got plenty of electricity to go round. And land.
Exactly. And not just speaking for others but suggesting it was some kind of universal truth.
I too would love an example. I'm genuinely intrigued.
"For Mark Vernon, a former priest, psychotherapist and writer, says the Jedi story has real power. "The reason it's so powerful and universal is that we have to find ourselves. It's by losing ourselves and identifying with something greater like the Jedi myth that we find a fuller life."
Speak for yourself
Did England get a vote on Scotland?
England-centric much? If you want England to leave the Union go ahead and organise your own vote - I'll even help you.
But let me put that in perspective for you. Does Europe get to vote in the UK's 'in/out' referendum?
I'd mod you up if I could, that's a pretty good description and pretty much sums up my thoughts. Its a non-conspiracy of people with their own agendas, failings and short-sightedness.
I think the bit you missed though is that the problems arise when they _are_ powerful. My failings affect myself and my immediate family, theirs affect millions of people.
Here's a hint - name the nuclear members of NATO? Now name the non-nuclear members of NATO. So can you b
I'd also suggest simply reading the Scottish Governments white paper on independence. You can read all about currency plan b (and c,d and e).
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I'd mod you up if I had the points. Legality in certain cases just means the clowns at the top had enough foresight to change the laws.
Fine with me. Make it so.