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The real reason they’re clamping down on these match riggers is because for one moment, one fleeting moment, cricket became interesting. And that cannot be allowed.
Those clothes people are clever buggers. Really, hats off to them. They've found a way to absolve themselves of any responsibility if the clothes they sell become torn. Yesterday, whilst on my two-yearly clothes shop, I found this label on a pair of jeans:
Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against Richard Dawkins. Some of my best friends are Richard Dawkins. However, he does have some painfully cringeworthy moments. Take this example from Faith School Menace:
Children across the country are being allowed to play a game that has chilling similarities to the 9-11 attacks. The game, called 'Angry Birds', is available for the iPhone, and features outlandish cartoon characters such as these:
That's right, cap fans. Answer this correctly any you'll be given £10 of Amazon UK vouchers to spend on whatever tat you feel like buying. You little consumerist pig, you.
So you don't get caught out, here's a few of the more obscure group exercises you might encounter during a job interview.
It really irritates me when I'm watching television and there's a child playing on a games console. Why? Because even though the console will be modern, the show's sound editors will have overlaid the footage with some game audio samples that haven't been heard since Pong. I've decided to do something about this.
Before Guitar Hero or Rock Band, did any of you ever play a video game and think to youselves 'Gee whiz. You know what this game needs? More Aerosmith.' Well, someone seemed to think we did.