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A crime which in the UK, usually gives you a suspended jail sentence. Unless of course, you had various run-ins with the law:
That some people have a serious mental problem is known. However, nobody beats Tarik Kafala from the BBC:
Every time liberals try to improve something, they invariably break something else:
The reason for this is simple:
The latest idea from Brussels on the subject of 'energy efficiency' is to limit the power that ovens can emit:
Of course, all for the good of Europe:
There's never a connection between the so-called 'Religion of peace' and a guy trying to strangulate a police officer and screaming 'Allahu Akbar':
Sweden seems to lie in some backward region of this world, at least when it comes to the rates of rape and sexual violence:
That being said, 'Rape' in Sweden is about everything which touches a woman and a prosecutor thinks he has to prosecute. However, a lot of it is also unreported:
Yesterday, a madman with a flag displaying the credo of islam took hostages in a cafe in Sydney, and was subsequently killed by police. The problem is that this happened far too late. It seems like police wanted to negotiate with this guy. However, there's only one way to negotiate with terrorists of any kind:
The average 'charity' is not about helping people, but about funneling money into the chairman's pockets
Approximately everywhere, institutions calling themselves 'charitable' are popping up where gullible people can pay money and they are told that money will be used to feed poor little children in Africa, drilling wells so they can drink, or even treat them for various illnesses. However, the true destiny of a 'charity' is to make sure that their managers don't starve, rather than into the actual purpose:
The Turkish hostages captured in Mossul, Iraq, are back in Turkey. The details how this was possible have now emerged:
After having accumulated even more debt during the Eurocrisis, it's time to look at the public expenditure rates between 2007 and 2013, and the numbers don't look good:
If it is true that CO2 is the main reason the climate is seemingly heating up, then some people who claim that should look at their own behavior, especially a certain Mr John Prescott:
After fixing up a lot of problems in the local IT infrastructure, we should be up and blogging soon enough.
For those in the know, please note the changes in certificates.
We have finally replaced the DB server and got a faster connection to the internet, which should be noticeable since the upload bandwidth has increased by factor 13.
There will be some more downtimes since the server has to replace other functions of the old server, and there will be a few reboots as well, but the new server will have lots more horsepower, and available diskspace.
We're finally going to get some useful connectivity in this neck of the woods so if the system and the blog appear to be inaccessible for some time, don't panic. We need to straighten out a few problems stemming from the old installation here, and this might take some time. At latest by Friday, we should have all our connectivity back, and ten times the bandwidth we have now.