Or, shall I say, what you are hoping it is.Go have a look at ‘tallica’s official website and get the facts before blabbering on about something you so obviously don’t know anything about.So much for having any integrity. It always amuses me when nobody verifies their information and they can’t help but sound off, get the masses all up in arms, and then can’t be bothered to go “Oops. Didn’t quite happen that way, sorry!” afterwards.Remember a couple of years back when James looked like a terrorist and was detained at the airport prior to performing for charity? Yeah, uhh.
Instead of one party saying (or doing) something in retalliation to the other is getting this country nowhere. Regardless if it is an election year and the reps. Just want Obama out or vice versa, they still need to be focusing on the real issuses. He hand been there and done that about Ferrari, he wanted another drive. They didn force nobody hand because they never managed to talk Fernando into staying and they knew that much. In fact, he wanted to leave a year before, but he was talked into staying and try the new upcoming formula in Ferrari..
Comment number 6. At 04:50 17th Oct 2008, MarcusAureliusII wrote: Why not call a spade a spade. The EU’s hypocricy as expected had one motive and that is to try to assure its supply of oil and gas from Russia this winter. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileTry as we might, it seems we can’t escape the idea that bloggers are parasites. We certainly don’t like the notion since we count ourselves among the ranks of those seeking out new, informative and even quirky and whimsical things online, comparing and contrasting them with other finds, throwing in some original reporting and research and sharing it all with anyone who cares to read it.It’s nice to see we’re not alone.Robert Niles, editor of the Online Journalism Review, takes a look at the aspersions cast on bloggers mainly by professional journalists working for daily newspapers.The charge riles me every time I hear it. To me, it’s a poorly informed insult of many hard working Web publishers who are doing fresh, informative and original work.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileOne of Brian May’s best known cultural contributions might be a song called Fat Bottomed Girls, but he’s still quite a distinguished chap. And now he may have a PhD on the way as well.After more than 30 years as a wildly successful rock star, May has returned to the somewhat less glamorous field of astrophysics. May, 59, earned a degree in physics at Imperial College London, but after years of studying interplanetary dust, he abandoned work towards his doctorate when Queen took off.He has returned to the subject in recent years.