Re. statistics: the whole "holiday weekend road toll" bugs me for similar reasons.
Like "Living in Iraq", we get this from the police and the NZH:
The Killing Fields
... has anyone here ever worn a hand-knitted jumper with a keyboard design on it? Anyone?
My Mum knitted me a jumper with a stave with notes on it to my own design. It was about the nerdiest thing I have EVER worn.
And I still have a Squeeze-era Jools Holland keyboard skinny tie.
I just hope that nobody has been texting at any of these concerts.
Oh, that would be me! Twittering about uptight concert goers, er, funnily enough.
I mean, who on earth still has a landline?
You are joking, aren't you?
Wait. UMP paid €53? A little googling tells me this is a "standard fee" for the "French music licensing body". That kind of usage would cost thousands here. Am I missing something?
Er, which is what Craig said.
If it wasn't 'OMG Teh Commies Will Brainwash You' (Invasion of the Body Snatchers)
Don Siegel reportedly said of the film's title that it was probably "... the idea of some studio pod." This is the "enemy-within, capitalist-consumerism-is-turning-us-all-into-passive-automatons" reading.
Poneke's a bit partial to the purple prose, isn't he?
Truly is the LHC project the greatest scientific experiment in all of human history, and how fantastic we are alive to experience it.
Treating creative expression as criminal, argued Lessig, is "corrosive", because it raises children in an environment where breaking the law is normalised.
My 8 year old son now thinks if you spell "BluTak" "Blue Tak" you'll get arrested, following a parental discussion about the © and ™ symbols.
At the Republican election party thing, they have choirboys. Choirboys. I'm just gonna let that sit there.
And if they had had choirboys at the Democrats party thing?