By coincidence, this comes up today:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... utcry.html
You'd think the Mail would be grateful for tighter controls given that prime example of Hack Slack that Bairy pointed out.
My mum's got one of those in Yorkshire! It's a fantastic old thing. Far better than the new one we've got here.ACG wrote:Britains oldest microwave still going strong after 40 years
or, "Mail gets completely conned by elderly man", as several people in the comments point out, its quite clearly a model from the early 80's, which, unless i'm a lot older than i thought, wasn't 40 years ago.
The Sun also did itWomack proposed to Janus - who was previously married to Italian Junfan Mantovani - at a Paris flea market.
She was actually married to Mauro Mantovani.Sam, 36, who was married to Italian Junfan Mantovani, revealed Mark had first popped the question soon after they met.
No speculation, it was a mistranslation of $100 to $10.There has also been some speculation that an early speech about the new laptop had been mistranslated, effectively slashing the actual cost of £70 to £7.
Wales has accepted that more controls have to be introduced. But can the Wikipedia monster actually <cite>be </cite>controlled now that it is so big?
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