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- user joined since April 29, 2007
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Driving on a provisional licence - your 'accompanying driver' is over 21, has held a full licence for 3 years but is steaming drunk. Would you still get points if caught?
In driving license, cars, drunk - asked by Timdawg - 2 answers - 8 years ago
What effect does an MRI scan have on a tattoo?
In mri, scan, tattoo - asked by Timdawg - 2 answers - 8 years ago
What makes of satnav have mobile speed unit (radar and laser) detectors built-in?
In Sat Nav, speed cameras, detection - asked by Timdawg - 1 answer - 8 years ago
Today is World Philosophy Day, so answer me this....."SHOULD WE KILL HEALTHY PEOPLE FOR THEIR ORGANS? (please read the rest of this question below)
In Philosophy, life or death, choice - asked by Timdawg - 3 answers - 8 years ago
How exactly do central banks stabilise a money market?
In finance, money, banks - asked by Timdawg - 1 answer - 9 years ago


Hmmmmm.....has to be 'Heroes' at the moment - it's the only thing I actually make an effort to watch.

Go To Question - asked by Timdawg - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Following on from Osberton's 'sanctity of life' comment, perhaps these people also feel that those who remove/abuse it from others do not deserve to live. Yes, it's a contradiction in terms, but it has a certain warped logic about it.

Regarding the 'christian' bit - I'm sure there are a lot of people out there that call themselves christians because of how they were brought up. Whether they live a christian life (irrespective of going through the motions at church) is another thing altogether, and that's a big difference.

Go To Question - asked by Timdawg - 0 replies - 9 years ago

This is from the Fanderson website....

What does 'F.A.B.' stand for?
Nothing! Despite appearances, as used by International Rescue in Thunderbirds, 'F.A.B.' is not an acronym - it is simply a call sign like 'Roger' or 'Ten-Four' to acknowledge received instructions. At the time of the series' production, the term 'fab' was in common usage as a shortened form of 'fabulous' which, of course, everything was in the Sixties. The phrase has enjoyed a resurgence in usage in recent years and 'F.A.B.' itself entered the English dictionary for the first time in 2002:

"'F.A.B. interjection British informal an expression of agreement to, or acknowledgement of, a command [from British television series, Thunderbirds]." - Collins Dictionary (2002)


Go To Question - asked by Timdawg - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Unlikely to get get the statement removed from the hearing. It's more likely that the personal details will be struck out or only be made available to the legal counsel. The concerned party should speak to their legal representative and get them to take action if it hasn't been done already.

Go To Question - asked by Timdawg - 0 replies - 9 years ago

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Go To Question - asked by Timdawg - 0 replies - 9 years ago