The dear leader probably tried searching Google for video of Tienanmen square military action...
We managed it pretty effortlessly in Ireland, and from direct and extended experience of the roads in every corner of the British isles I can confidently say that we Irish have the least capable, least educated and least competent drivers of the set.
We manas it pretty effortlessly in Ireland, and from direct and extended experience of the roads in every corner of the British isles I can confidently say that we Irish have the least capable, least educated and least competent drivers of the set.
>> if a UPS van drove across your property while delivering packages to other people's houses, you'd shoot it too.
No. No I would not, and neither would any other sane person.
If you weren't actually "amusingly" exaggerating or parodying someone/something there then you need psychological help, and should not be trusted with any weapon more potent than a rubber spoon.
"It was a job that had me patting down the crotches of children, the elderly and even infants"
Never make a job of what you love.
In the end it's still just a job, and you've ruined your hobby.
If the headline is a question the en answer is almost certainly "No", and the reporter unqualified for the topic.
Killing may have be justified, but if the person holding the gun is a decent human being they will still seek a non-lethal outcome.
That would be a clear and definite restriction on the right to resell (Specifically, the deliberate crippling of products to disrupt the standard commercial rights of the purchasers) which would near certainly be a case rapidly lost by the crippling companies in the EU.
American courts, somewhat trickier to call. Precedent, law and logic all say this is unacceptable behaviour, but it's unacceptable behaviour by a rich corporation, so...
Ah, along the lines of "Dutch [x]" then?
(x being any element of a sizable array including "Wife", "Courage" and "Oven")
Most American Christians think of Catholicism as a totally different (i.e. fundamentally non-Christian) religion
Except, of course, when wanting big numbers to claim the moral right of majority.
We're with the government. We don't have a sense of humor.
Probably. As I understand it, the test only reveals that it was 29% horse DNA, not 29% horse meat.
Actually, it was 29% of the burger patty, by weight, determined to consist of meat containing horse DNA rather than the expected cow DNA.
Hey, Samzenpus, plus editors!
Ireland is not part of the UK. Unless you lot want to go back to being good little colonists too?
I've been meaning to look this up for a while, but is there a proper term for the act of applying logic to a nonsensical proposal?
I believe that would be "Nerd Humor".
It was discussed in about 2 pages worth of detail in the Yellow Book.