And they're making thus guy's business illegal. I suppose these items could be used for harming people unlike the fighter jets or armoured cars - which normally get you a knighthood when you export them to dodgy regimes.
Had a consultant in at LCC a couple of weeks ago. We were chatting about things like me being a super-architect with an in depth knowledge of the insurance industry. I sent him a tentative e-mail enquiring whether he might know of any more interesting (and lucrative) employment opportunities. The response looks positive.
Also, got a call from an agency end of last week. Very interesting souning opportunity which fits my skills and also gives about a 55% pay hike.
Note to self: do not rant about C++ in interviews.
Is it just me, or has the "Have you say" section on the BBC News site been taken over by Daily Mail readers?
Shame abou Blaine missing the record. Had I been there, I would've been tempted to help him keep his head under water.
The question we all want to know the answer to: has Jacob Zuma had an HIV test?
What is it with animal rights nutters and medical research? If you could put a number on "animal suffering", surely Mc Donalds beats GSK hands down. They had a nutter on the radio news earlier. When asked "would you take a GSK medicine to save your life?" he did a splendid job of not answering the question.
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