The Hobbit is not actually a short book.
It is when you flip past all that damn singing. I found myself watching the film in the same way: skipping boring parts far more often than I'd like.
Fascinating... I don't think I saw that episode, there are many of the ST:Enterprise eps I didn't see.
You're not missing much, basically just Archer doing his usual huff-and-puff self-righteous speechifying and Tucker once again reminding us that he's been in space before. A weak episode even by Enterprise standards.
Allow me to share a thought with you...
Oh. Sorry, I can't seem to remember what it was.
surely they could have found uk-based partners, investors and developers?
No, we've actually seen the programmes in question so, apart from Doctor Who, we be uninterested in seeing things that have been on the television for the past twenty-odd years. Domestic developers probably know that this park is something that will get a bit of interest for a few months then devolve into a ghost town, peopled by a handful of foreign tourists who've already been to Buckingham Palace.
Exactly how does the idjit Cameron think an ISP is supposed to do this?
It's easy: pass a law. Whether it's actually possible or practical is irrelevant; he'll have already earned his political brownie points.
see: The Politician's Fallacy.
Robots can't grow beards.
Then what do you call R2D2?
Maybe this is the worlds longest skid mark...
No, that doesn't happen until you try to apply the brakes.