Not much. They usually know a fair bit about us. Which in turn is usually the reason they are trying to avoid us.
One of the issues these new drugs throw up is that there is no way to properly regulate them. They make 4-Methylcyclohexanemethanol look well documented. Probably the closest you could get is "we have no idea what this chemical does if you do decide to take it please let us know what happens".
The problem is the websites that are mostly read by that tiny demographic.
Going by the sales of tickets for the "The Return of the Spice Girls" tour I'd say they have a fan-base.
Problem with your decent band? No one has heard of them. Which limits their ability to sell out even mid sized venues. They need marketing and well that's what the the music industry actually does (the recording studios are very much secondary).
Eh word of such things usualy leaks out pretty fast. Thing is there are so many sites in of the british coast. Mostly things that fell overboard.
London firefighters are public sector. Airport group won't be.
thats cool but in that case you aren't getting it back until the investigation is complete.
While this happens from time to time there tends to have been an intermediate conversion to something other than nitrocellulose which tends to have exploded by now although a mix of chance and good storage conditions can prevent that.
You don't need most of the things on that list. B&W Cellulose acetate film stored at low temps would still be around. In principle Nitrocellulose stored at low enough temps might have survived but you'd need to get postgrads or other expendable people to handle it.
Wrong tense. There are enough converters emulators around at this point that we can read anything halfway mainstream as long as we can read the hardware its on.
There are a few industrial setups where that is pretty much what has happened.
In fairness they did manage to transfer the stuff off the discs and put the stuff without copyright issues online.
Ah JIDF. Thing is I can spot propaganda from both sides.
The lighting on the faces is consistent with light bouncing off the building and onto the people.