Conservative MP and Goverment Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell's angry outburst at Downing Street police was "wrong" and "not appropriate", David Cameron has said.
Mr Mitchell was threatened with arrest after allegedly telling officers they had "best learn your fucking place" and calling them "plebs".
Okay guys! So I've actually always wanted to cover this and I finally arranged a version of it that I hope you like! Anyway it was really fun doing this cover and I have more to come so stay tuned! Peace!
From executive producer, John Di Maggio in association with Dundee Entertainment and Cinovative, comes a documentary on the mysterious world of "Voice Over & Voice Acting." We have collected the top voice actors, voice directors, casting voice directors, video game producers, animators, creators, agents, producers, engineers, mixers, dialogue editors, voice teachers, voice school and all those involved in the booming voice-over industry. This is a must see documentary for anyone that wants to know what goes on behind the scenes in your favorite cartoons, animations, and anything to do with voice acting. This is the first trailer, as we are still in production on this obtaining more quality interviews for our fans and supporters. Like us on facebook for updates and behind the scenes photos. For full cast info please check IMDB.com as we are adding new talent constantly.
Rokkus' main man.
Dunno if repost.
I make art
WASHINGTON—The Obama administration is cutting off funding for the United Nations cultural agency because it approved a Palestinian bid for full membership, a move that could cost the agency a fifth of its budget.
The U.S. and other opponents of the vote had warned that granting the Palestinian request for membership at Unesco could harm renewed Mideast peace efforts.
funny assed vid... shoop rokhead and trollface on it
Did you know Ed was in the movies??? (From 1981's Tarzan Ape Man)
yep, an asian woman, a nice apartment and access to 4chan
CERN's 8,000 scientists may not be able to find the hypothetical Higgs boson, but they have made an important contribution to climate physics, prompting climate models to be revised. Buh..buh..buh..but I thought the science was in?
Fatality rates on roads in many developing countries are hideously high - an estimated 130k people die on the roads in India alone. Buildings in those same countries often collapse without even the provocation of an earthquake - the result of substandard construction. Many of these deaths could be prevented with regulation. Surely, then, the answer is for legislatures and executives to put more regulations on the books?
Actually, no. Most of these deaths are associated with regulations that are being ignored. That was the case with building collapse in the Haiti earthquake last year, for example. And this isn't a problem limited to poor countries. In the developed world, unenforced regulation is a major cause of bank collapse. Meanwhile, we license florists and hairdressers to no noticeable benefit. That suggests developing countries - and probably developed ones too - need considerably fewer regulations so that they can focus on enforcing the ones that really matter.
This pro tip has helped me out countless times while trying to look busy at work.
i never paid more than $40/gram..