Not from THEIR PoV<br>They insist that Seppos <br>are not only "Up-Side-Down"<br>...but decidedly Backward as well! y<br><br><br>Gravity "sux" equally from every direction toward the earth's core<br>the only "up or down" was determined by 14th cent cartographers<br>that drew the maps using their only available point of reference (PoV)<br><br>Yes, I realized you were making a funny<br>and yes, it was kinda cute. Kinda. <br><br>
_________________________ . "...or am I a butterfly dreaming she's a woman?"
Loc: the ancient forests of MiddleE...
Friday, August 11, 2006. 5:03pm (AEST)<br><br><br>Bomb plot ... lengthy delays continue at airports around the world, as tighter security measures are enforced. (AFP)<br> <br>Britons arrested in Pakistan during anti-terrorism operation<br><br>Pakistan arrested two Britons of Pakistani descent last week as part of a coordinated operation to foil a plot to blow up transatlantic airliners, says a senior Pakistani government official.<br><br>"They are British nationals. They were arrested eight to 10 days ago, one from Karachi and one from Lahore," the official said.<br><br>Pakistan says the plot was thwarted after active coordination between Pakistani, British and US intelligence agencies, leading to the arrest of 24 people in Britain.<br><br>"Pakistan played a very important role in uncovering and breaking this international terrorist network," Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Tasnim Aslam said.<br><br>Suspected suicide bombers were just days from simultaneous attacks on aircraft flying from Britain to the United States, in what one British official said could have been "mass murder on an unimaginable scale".<br><br>Some security analysts say the plot bore the hallmarks of Al Qaeda.<br><br>The United Kingdom remains on a critical security alert as police continue to investigate the alleged plot.<br><br>Tonight, British police are expected to ask a judge's permission to hold the two dozen suspects arrested over the plot for 28 days without charge.<br><br>Britain's central bank has frozen the accounts and assets of 19 of the men and released a list of their names.<br><br>Meanwhile lengthy delays continue at airports around the world, as tighter security measures are enforced.<br><br>More than 600 British flights have been cancelled since the plot was discovered and only three quarters of scheduled international flights from Heathrow airport are expected to operate tonight.<br><br>- <br><br><br>but where will we be when the future comes?
well from my POV they are still an hour late and upside down, even though most of the news here is written with funny little pictures (and YES, I AM KIDDING!)<br><br>We are what we repeatedly do. -Aristotle
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
Get ready for some new laws to be instated that will provide you the paranoid cityzen a better level of "protection".<br><br>_________________________________________<br>Just a different kinda geek...
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