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  1. Custom cockpit

    I'd suggest sorting out your seat padding before bolting down your controllers. A couple of inches behind and under you can make quite a difference to where your feet and knees end up. I'm looking forward to seeing it finished! Cheers
  2. What's wrong with women these days?

    Nutty Swedish sisters trying to get themselves run-down. http://news.bbc.co.u...ews/7636577.stm Crazy American lady throwing punches because they won't sell her deep fried chicken grizzle. http://www.bbc.co.uk...canada-10922428 Saudi women...Taking photographs!!! http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/world_news_america/8899583.stm?ls Cheers
  3. Stephen Hawking: Abandon the Earth

  4. DSC_0086.JPG

    You bar-steward! How dare you look at my girlfriend like that!
  5. A new toy for 3D modeling fans out there

    An hour later, got a bit of a body.
  6. A new toy for 3D modeling fans out there

    This is an extremely impressive tool. To be given away for free makes it all the more remarkable. Took me about 15 minutes to make this devil-like head.
  7. Lunatic Gunman goes on Rampage

    And in the U.K you're 26 times more likely to get stabbed up/slashed up by some Peckham yardy or chavvy larger lout than in the U.S. Atleast in the states the old and defenseless can arm themselves if they live in a rough area. In the UK people have no choice but to rely on a police service that when called, tells you 'We'll be there in 30 minutes ... or so.' Gunlaws are irrelevant to general gun crime statistics because the vast majority of gun crime is committed by criminals with illegal weapons. Here in Thailand they have extremely strict gun control laws, however every man and his dog owns a gun. Subsequently murder rates are extremely high. How many of those murders are committed with legally owned weapons? Almost none. What would stricter gun laws do? Nothing. It's highly unlikely that shooting sprees can be stopped by armed civilians. Most people lack the police training to keep a level head during that situation. Would banning shotguns and .22 rifles have saved all those people? No. Simply put this nutter was determined to kill a lot of people. He would have picked up a knife, axe, chainsaw or any number of highly lethal un-bannable items that you can find for sale in shops up and down the high street. Most the people he killed were in their 60's. They would have offered little to no resistance against a younger man wielding a deadly weapon. A home-made crossbow would have been a more effective weapon than a .22 rifle. Try banning the materials required to make a crossbow. Not even the nanny state (the UK) could manage that. An interesting historical footnote; The original UK gun laws were introduced after WW1 because the government feared returning soldiers would follow in the footsteps of the returning Russian soldiers and inact a revolution. Since then practically every change to the law has occurred as a knee-jerk reaction to a shooting spree. Cheers

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