This is just one of the many reasons I treasure the BBC. (Though I suspect that BBC content outside of the UK has advertising in some form?)
Replace Sinatra with Tom Waits and I'll agree.
GAME OVER, MAN! GAME OVER!
Whilst I am no fan of the Tory Party or their policies in general, a quick look at his Wiki page suggests he's not the cartoon villain you might suggest. He is also not standing for election in the forthcoming General Election, presumably on health grounds.
That is a remarkably silly and simplistic comment to make. A difficult or unruly teenager does not equate parents who take drugs/are alcoholics/are on benefits/are religious.
I'm sure there will be an out-take that inadvertently reveals the off camera gun pointed at *ahem* Clean Bandits.
If this buries Thicke then I'll consider it to be a silver-lining.
My prediction is this will be the next iPad insomuch as it's a device that doesn't actually solve an identified need, but people will buy it in droves as a status symbol regardless.
I came to post that very same link. Such a damn hard game, trying to shoot antenna off...
I can still hear the noise that signified an impending ant attack.
I'm pretty sure this is just because the Police are going to face big cuts to their budget following the election in a couple of months. Getting the citizens to do the dirty work saves money.
The only time I ever experience this issue is when my wife has decided not to use her laptop and has instead decided to use my carefully tended to machine.
I presume this is just an extension of Microsoft's attempt to grab users while they're young and impressionable and hopefully engender some brand loyalty, much in the same way they throw loads of free (or very, very cheap) at the Educational sector.
I would have thought that as long as the US has them we don't need them.
You do realise how ridiculous you sound, right?
What are you blathering on about? It's got nothing to do with the EU.