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Sep 29, 2011 10:27 PM
cbcfryan CBC Veteran - Joined: Sep 09, 2011
Posts: 20
HOWDY !!!!!!!

I think everyone knows who I am... and that's a good thing.. cause sometimes I forget... heheh.

I crack me up.


Sep 30, 2011 11:06 AM
cbcnerd CBC Admin - Joined: Jul 05, 2011
Posts: 83
Drop in a pic of yourself and of your fragspace. Show us your fox hole gheghe
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Oct 13, 2011 6:39 PM
cbcpak CBC Veteran - Joined: Sep 23, 2011
Posts: 17
That's why I don't have an entry in this section: my only camera is a 35mm SLR and I don't often point it at myself.

Our government would much prefer it if they were the only ones with cameras. They did it with guns, so now we have a disarmed population 100% vulnerable to an armed criminal minority. They even lock you up if you have a licence for a weapon and shoot an intruder with it.

It is becoming clear here in the UK that it is all good and fine to own a camera. But using it you can apparently be taking your life in your hands.

A chap took a picture of his 4 year old daughter at a 'fancy' iced cream booth (the seats were made to look like the back ends of Vespa scooters) in a shopping centre in Scotland. He spent the next few hours being abused by the local security and the police, given orders neither of them had the right or authority to give, and was threatened with the latest anti-terrorism laws by an intimidation-loving cop who hadn't listened properly in police school.

Apparently the shopping centre had a 'no photography' rule. Note that word 'rule'. An arbitrary decision made by a completely private organisation. But it seems to have been given the stature of 'law' by this jumped-up jobsworth of a security guard, and fully backed up by the deluded local constabulary, PC Bill Identikit and co.

They're not the only ones to blame for this idiocy, though. The 'assistants' on duty at the iced cream parlour - the very ones who had just served this man with iced cream for his daughter - were the ones who called security in the first place when they saw him taking pictures. They thought he was taking pictures of them and may be 'casing' the place for a terrorist attack.

The last terrorist who went to Scotland ended up on fire. And as the flames melted his flesh there were Scots still punching and kicking him.

No terrorist in his right mind would go anywhere near Scotland.

The desire to be a politician should bar you, for life, from ever becoming one. Don't vote for them - it just encourages them.

Billy Connolly.