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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by Icepick, Jul 22, 2013.
Yeah, and Dumbedore in the one before.
Yes left the UK for travels. As much as I love England I cant say miss it yet. Been travelling over 3 weeks now and hope to get a job in Europe if I find a perfect place for me.
Is anyone here in Copenhagen or Stockholm?
It won't work, it won't happen, oh, and it won't work. Perhaps Cameron is realizing this as his tech advisors explain to him in hushed voices how this internet thing really operates. The vast web of secrets and lies.
Anyway, Britain isn't too bad. By that I mean that it is fucking awful, but so is any country under the consistently encroaching control of the globalist neo-liberal system. Somewhere else a young man is being sent for jail for telling us what really happened in Iraq. Somewhere else a government is signing off charters allowing corporations to rip apart a size of virgin forest the size of the UK and graze fucking sheep on it and drill for oil on it.
The internet was never truly free, and we are ALL OF US going to realize that fact over the next few years as they clamp down across our borders and we come to see that actually, we don't even live in a nation anymore. This goes way beyond whether 15 year old can access youporn or not.
The Last of Us Confirmed to be Censored in PAL Territories
http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/08/05/ ... erritories
I don't like when games are censored.
I'm glad it wasn't censored here in the U.S.
Good luck Dobby and be safe!
The Last of Us is censored in Australia, really?
Wow. I wouldn't have picked up on that at all... I had no idea considering the game is still brutally violent with a crap load of blood and stuff.
America is sucking too part time jobs mean 28 hours is the max it kinda sucks
like you cant even pick up hours anymore fucking shitty thing to do imo
Where I live in Australia isn't doing too well either unfortunately. The cost of living is getting very high. Fuel prices are pretty high too. Down south they pay about $1.44 AUD per litre for fuel, where I live it's about $1.67 AUD a litre. Makes a difference.
The cost of power/water was increased by +30% at end of last year due to a change of government. However, after a bit of an uproar plus a change in leadership, that raise has decreased... what they're planning to do instead though is to increase the price of power/water up to +30%, but over a few year period... that's not as bad but still, it is going up.
Down south in cities like Brisbane, a decent house (two bed room, two bath room, garage etc) is about $350,000... where as up here, you'll be lucky to get a one bed room, one bathroom apartment (like a hotel room, I'm not joking) for about $450,000. I don't get paid very much sadly so I can't afford a loan like what, where I could afford a loan for $350,000 for sure.
Where I live isn't the only place in Australia like this though, there are other cities going through similar ordeals.
Just hope for the housing market to crash like it did here. Then you can get the same house for half the price!