Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by bensonby, Jun 2, 2008.
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A BEEF sandwich? WTF? Did they think she was going to infect the crew and passengers with BSE? Or the human version?
He deserves everything he got. Stupid twallek! What on earth was he thinking?
The amount of people I've seen getting strangled by, or killed with t-shirts with dodgy images on is too many to count. You've all seen it in films: terrorised hostage, taped up with t-shirt stuffed in the mouth to stifle the screams for help, water-torture being done with t-shirts because they haven't got any towels to hand, the list goes on!
If you wear an MDC t-shirt in Zimbabwe, it's a death sentence, or a Che Guavera t-shirt in the deep south of the USA - you'll be lynched quicker than it takes to say "Bale it yourself!"
It only takes one person to see that black and white, faded cartoon robot on the plane, and they could have an asthma attack and die - thousands of feet from medical attention.
I hope he's learned his lesson!
Interesting The filmâs tagline was: "Beyond Good. Beyond Evil. Beyond Your Wildest Imagination." perhaps its now BAAs new logo
Thats not even Optimus Prime... Mistaken identity!!
Another attack of freedom of expression in Labour's Soviet Britain.
The totalirian state looms ever larger under the present communist government.
and how often have we joked about the fashion police?
the thing is, it looks absolutely nothing like any firearm I've ever seen....
It looks like we'll have to go back to basics for airport security staff.
You're missing the point.
If it looks long, is held in the hand, has knobbly bits on it, then it COULD be a firearm and thus be cause for concern.
That is why coppers shoot blokes with chair legs you see.
Brad Jayakody, 30?
Grow up FFS it's for 5 year olds
Deserves everything he gets I'm suprised the security people didn't take his suspicious Mickey Mouse watch off him
I do hope they don't look down my trousers next time...
This was BAA not the government, although big business is in bed with the government anyway.
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