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: The Game. You just lost it. :
oh there are some FANTASTIC groups on FB atm about this eg:
Scotland- where the capital city isn't on fire
The awkward moment when Scottish people are good examples for behaviour
What's Hadrian's wall? The dividing line between Scotland and Fire
Reddit suggested this as a new logo for the 2012 olympics
: The Game. You just lost it. :
It's something which gives Scots a chance to decide what is more important, our love of rioting or our hatred of the English. Apparently the latter option is winning.
besides it's what happens if you let the stress build up, better to have a riot whenever there's a football match and get it out of the system early instead of having a week or chaos and destruction on the excuse that the police shot a junkie.
OMG ~_~ these gyus are very bad.I think they all are very poor and beacause they hate rich people.Because rich people have shop.And they break these shops.It is my opinion.: Closedeye
These hooligans are using whatever excuse they can find for their actions when in actual fact its just about getting stuff they want without paying
The riot just started because some police officer shot someone or someone shot him or something.. You know the usual stuff that happens here... Except we don't go and burn grozit.. Otherwise we'd be droppin' bombs when the Casey Anthony trial was goin' on..
Last edited by blueangel06661; 08-11-2011 at 09:24 PM.
sorry but could you turn that into a more grammatical making sentence?
Yeah had we legalized gun ownership like in the states the riots would have been alot more violent
But maybe if you did then perhaps no one would go rioting just become some guy half of them don't even know was killed. Where's the logic in that. It's not for a cause it's just looting and mass destruction and killing people.
Least we Americans don't go burning down half of New York cause some guy was killed.
Most of how I feel about the riots summed up here
Last edited by blueangel06661; 08-11-2011 at 09:31 PM.
Looks like the british PM is proposing media banning
full article: http://www.cnn.com/2011/TECH/social....dia/index.html(CNN) -- British Prime Minister David Cameron thinks he's found some culprits to blame in the recent riots that have rocked London and other cities -- Facebook and Twitter.
Saying the "free flow of information" can sometimes be a problem, Cameron's government has summoned those two social-networking sites, as well as Research In Motion, makers of the BlackBerry, for a meeting to discuss their roles during the violent outbreaks.
"Everyone watching these horrific actions will be struck by how they were organized via social media," Cameron said Thursday during an address to Parliament. "Free flow of information can be used for good. But it can also be used for ill. And when people are using social media for violence, we need to stop them."
Cameron said that government officials are working with authorities "to look at whether it would be right to stop people communicating via these websites and services when we know they are plotting violence, disorder and criminality."
More than 1,200 people have been arrested nationwide, Cameron told lawmakers. One estimate found that UK retailers lost more than than £100 million ($161 million) in stolen goods and property damage over four nights of rioting.
Cameron, a Conservative, seems to have support for a potential crackdown, even from members of the opposition Labor Party.
"Free speech is central to our democracy, but so is public safety and security," said Ivan Lewis, the shadow secretary of culture in the House of Commons, according to London's Guardian newspaper. "We support the government's decision to undertake a review of whether measures are necessary to prevent the abuse of social media by those who organize and participate in criminal activities."
The Brighter the Light the Darker the Shadow
It existence of nuclear weapons is what made the cold war a lot less violent then it could have been. The US and USSR were hesitant to deploy troupes, because doing so might end the world. Increasing the stakes of engagement decreases the likelihood of engagement.
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