Hi. Youâve got a job to do but you are beginning to irritate me. Depending on the ARRSE T&Câs, which I confess I havenât read, everything on this site, opinion, fact or complete made up ballocks, is Â© the writer, or Â© ARRSE. Now itâs a useful resource for you all I am sure. Saves you lurking around draughty barracks buying pints of lager for questionable gents in corduroy strides, trying to sort the âWas Thereâsâ from the Walts. A handy way to fill the back story, pick up the zeitgeist and not move from your nice cubicle at Canary Warf. But half a dozen times in recent months Iâve seen you lot quote from âA British Army websiteâ. And on two of those occasions itâs been the ARRSE. Because I read the same quote here myself. Thatâs QUOTE. Not back story or opinion. Quote. Shoddy, shoddy, cheap. And in my opinion in breach of copyright and the IP rights of the poster (or the board, whatever). I understand your Daily Mail reader would have a stroke if you said âA source up the ARRSE saysâ¦â (mind you, inducing a stroke among your readers seems to be part of your brief at the Daily Mail, but thatâs another debate). Would it kill you to name The British Army Rumour Service? You wouldnât dream of saying âA British Army source says the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers are to be outfitted in puce crinolineâ would you? Or if you did, your Sub would spike the story unless you could name the source. So whats with playing fast and loose with copyright material from the ARRSE? And while Iâm on, âIâll have a pint of lager thanksâ means a pint of Stella or Kronenberg. Not that horrible horse piss Fosters. Thanks.