This is quite worrying for TorrentSpy’s millions of users. The owners have been forced by a US judge to hand over all information about its users, and what they download, over to the MPAA. â€œIt is likely that TorrentSpy would turn off access to the U.S. before tracking its users,â€? said Rothken. â€œIf this order… Continue reading TorrentSpy ordered to hand over user information to MPAA.
Ive only been to Brighton a couple of times and i do admit, it is home to some of the more “eccentric” British people but i don’t think this is a common occurance is it? More than 200 cyclists in various stages of undress took part in the World Naked Bike Ride in Brighton and… Continue reading Not something you see everyday. A nude unicyclist in Brighton?
Im a bit of a Beatles fan, and also of Mr McCartney i have to confess. In this BBC article about his recent concert in London to promote his latest album “Memory Almost Full“, it mentions that the title is also an anagram for “For My Soulmate LLM” – the initials of his late wife… Continue reading Paul McCartney new album title is an anagram
120 rats, 25 rabbits, six parakeets, a dog, a quail and a cockatiel were found in the home of an 81yr old womain when she was admitted into hospital for what appeared to be bites. The woman, identified as Wanda Langstom, was overwhelmed by how quickly the rats reproduced Who would have thought eh! Rats… Continue reading 81-year old woman found living with 100 rats. Only in LA
More than 2 million worth of damage to thier police cars – while reversing! Most were minor parking accidents as officers backed into bollards, parked poorly or bumped into buildings. But the cost of repairs comes out of taxes because insurance premiums and excesses are so high that the forces do not claim for the… Continue reading Â£2.3m damage for reversing police cars in UK