Friday night at around 10.30pm, tragedy struck when a helicopter crashed onto a pub roof. People looked on in horror at what was being shown on their TV’s. Me included. Continue reading Rant and a half coming your way..
Well there is nothing like being caught with your pants down is there? And today at the Hacking trial it emerged that good old Coulson was having an affair with Rebekah Brooks.. Continue reading Hacking, shagging and god knows what else..
We are all used to seeing the Northern Lights on video whilst standing on the earth and looking up.
But this is the view from the International Space Station.
Absolutely amazing footage captureed of the Aurora Borealis which was recorded by the crews of expeditions 28 and 29 using a special low-light 4K-camera 240 miles above Earth.
n the 6th May 2013, one brave lady, managed to escape from a house she was being held captive in.. a neighbour saw her, helped with her escape and raised the alarm that saved the lives of not just her but two other kidnap victims and this escapees daughter. Her name Amanda Berry.
She through sheer determination and a gut instinct for survival, saved all those lives that day.. and she is a heroine for being brave enough to escape. Continue reading Hope… and the ramifications
And this is one of the reasons why we need press reform.. If this is true and this person isn’t just bluffing.. then something really needs to be done about this kind of behaviour.
(not satire – I’m sorry to say)
There have been rumours for some time now that some people – police, journalists, hackers – are able to trace personal phone numbers and home addresses of Twitter users if the user was accessing Twitter from a mobile phone.
I’m not sure of the legality or not of the alleged methods used – but needless to say it bypasses the expensive and time-consuming proper method of getting a legal notice to force Twitter to reveal information about its users.
I was therefore very interested when it was brought to my attention that a journalist who regularly writes for the Mail and the Express was openly boasting on Twitter that she had used her ‘contacts’ to ‘trace’ the personal numbers and home addresses of people she claimed had been trolling her*.
Now given the disgraceful recent history of journalists hacking personal phones – many…
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Well what more can you say? Except thank god somebody didn’t fill their tank up with gas before they were carjacked.