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Honey Hunters' Ancient Art Faces Uncertain Future
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Just stunning photographs!
Feds may require cars to 'talk' to each other
Mon Feb 3, 2014
What we said - We want vehicles to communicate. What we meant - We want your car to tell us when you're speeding.
Snowden docs reveal British spies snooped on YouTube and Facebook
Mon Jan 27, 2014
Social media has been used increasingly as a grass roots method of communication, especially during the Arab spring uprisings. Governments now fear (rightly so, in my opinion) social media as a tool than can be used against them, especially as it's becoming clear that there is a massive divide betwe …
Strong earthquake rattles New Zealand's north island
Sun Jan 19, 2014
Stay safe and well Kiwis - I haven't seen the third installment of the hobbit yet.
New York train crash: '50-year-old transit systems' in urgent need of upgrade: LaHood
Mon Dec 2, 2013
I don't think you should single out Obama - They'll probably feel the same way under Hillary's administration.
GAO: $1 billion TSA behavioral screening program 'slightly better than chance'
Wed Nov 13, 2013
"How/Why does it cost $1 Billion to "talk" to people?" Maybe they use AT&T??
One World Trade Center crowned the tallest building in US
Wed Nov 13, 2013
As nice a building as it is, and it is indeed a very nice structure, I'm afraid I'm with Banksy on this one - it is a bit of a shy skyscraper. Given the significance of the site, we could have done something so much more monumental here, something that shouts to the world. Instead we get an office b …
Store uses plus-size mannequins to reflect true shape of shoppers
Wed Nov 6, 2013
In reply to: Arlin Carlson #9 It's not a uniquely British problem, Arlin. I'm a Brit living in the US, and I have great difficulty finding clothes that fit me here with a 36" inseam.
Queen's new portrait dubbed 'hideous,' 'like a bloke wearing a wig'
Fri May 31, 2013
I have to admit - I like it too. It doesn't precisely capture her, but it does portray the concept. I think there's a reason we prefer portraits over photographs, even in the digital era.
Slain London soldier was 'loving father' who served in Afghanistan
Thu May 23, 2013
I don't. I want them to enjoy a very long life in a 6 x 8 room in a Victorian prison, where they'll be greeted appropriately each day by good old patriotic British villains, who take a rather dim view of people cutting up our squaddies.
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