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Another reason not to buy BT Broadband
MAN of valour?!
(From a BT Broadband advert included with Rainbow Six 3 Black Arrow.)
match.com - Make Love Happen
or not as the case may be :)
Great iconography, as well as pretty good music :o)
I really like the block-capitals fonts and the effects on the lettering that they use. Not really a fan of the Copperplate handwriting style font, though....
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On April 19, 2005, Oregon prosecutors filed aggravated vehicular homicide against Angelique Dipman, 27, a day after the death of 5-year-old Dameatrius McCreary.
The crash happened on a Thursday afternoon around 3:30pm on Starr Avenue in Oregon, USA. Police say a school bus stopped, with warning lights on and stop sign out, to let McCreary off the bus. Ohio laws require drivers to stop, but police say 27-year-old...
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Trademark-infinging Economist ad from the Camden tube
I've been having a recurring argument lately about the morality of "attribution" and how bad it is to make money off of someone else's creation. But take this (terrific) Economist ad (the ads in London are about 1000x more clever than their American counterparts, and about 10x more clever than their Canadian cousins). It is clearly making money off of Scrabble, so should it...