Children respecting authority… what about authority respecting the children?

David Cameron said that If children don’t learnt to respect authority at school how can we expect them to respect others when they grow up? Maybe they’ll grow up to be politicians. Then they can continue the blatant disrespect for the voting public that is so common in today’s politics. Respect is something you earn, …

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Misguided politicians…

Now, why are politicians repeating what the unrivaled masters of FUD say? I thought our elected politicians were supposed to look out for our best interest, not suck up to foreign multi-nationals who have been found to indulge in nti-competitive behaviour. It seems Microsoft is having problems getting the next version of their flagsship product …

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Some stuff (01/09/2006)

What exactly will banning violent porn actually achieve? My bet is, not much! Won’t this make killers into victims? Another good reason to not have ID cards. Like we needed any more. I am not surprised that tobacco companies are lying, scheming bastards. Just like companies in the computer business tailer their products to the …

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Flying as we know it is gone…

Well, at least it seems it is. I’m wondering when they will release all the information to the public so that we can see if Aigarius’ rant comes true. Apparently Heathrow is being sued by one company. From a business perspective it makes sense to pass on the bill. As a private person I don’t …

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Stuff worth reading (04/08/2006)

Elmo is right, Britain really is the 51st state. I’ve noticed the very strange and one-sided relationship with the US before but this article on Britain’s nuclear weapons put that in a whole new light. Britain has just been blessed with a system of threat levels. Bruce Schneier isn’t impressed and I can’t help but …

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