In it's editorial , the "Reformatorisch Dagblad", a dutch christian newspaper with a circulation of about 60.000 explains the disaster for it's readers.
"De Bijbel spreekt niet alleen van Gods liefde, maar ook van Zijn toorn. Wie daar iets van beseft, weet ook dat Zijn oordelen rechtvaardig zijn."
"The Bible speaks not only of God's love, but also of His anger. He who understands this, knows that his judgements are just."
They go on to quote psalm 119:119-120
119 Thou puttest away all the wicked of the earth like dross: therefore I love thy testimonies.
120 My flesh trembleth for fear of thee; and I am afraid of thy judgments.
Of course, that's it: it's their own fault. But how is this different from claiming that the holocaust was the jews own fault, and isn't that an indictable offence?
Rigoletto in Friesland.
Have fun trying to figure this one out. As you'll see, the same six pieces make the same triangle -- except a bit is missing. Why?
The dutch are introducing legislation that makes it an offense not to carry ID with you. The best way to get back at the police of course is to ask them for their ID as well. That may have unexepected consequences.
I did just that a few years ago, when I saw to policemen beat up a man of north african descent in Frankfurt am Main. Turned out they didn't have any ID on them. They threatened to arrest me instead, but couldn't quite explain on what ground. After all, I found two men dressed as policemen, but unable to indentify themselves, hitting a defenseless man. I should have called the police.
"The exhibition project on the Red Army Faction, planned since Summer 2002, led to an extensive and controversial debate. After the withdrawal of the application for funding from the Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin on January 12, 2004, the KW will now finance the exhibition without public monies – i.e., with private funds".
They have some really good works, like this piece by Jake and Dinos Chapman.
My grandma went to see hell and all I got was this lousy souvenir
If you send Rogers an e-mail requesting that they remove the ads from the e-mail that is sent from a camera phone, you get this reply:
Dear Mr. Duvekot:
Thank-you for your email. We strive to provide you with the highest
level of customer support, and hope we can be of assistance in
addressing your questions.
Rogers Picture and Video Messaging is a relatively new service offered by Rogers Wireless. Rogers Picture Messaging customers can send pictures to other Rogers Wireless phones or to any e-mail address. If sent to an e-mail address, the format and positioning in the recipient's e-mail is intended to provide context to the recipient. It ensures that they know the picture has been sent from a friend so they can be comfortable about who they received the message from and it invites them to learn more about the service.
Thank you for visiting www.rogers.com!
It's very simple: I'm paying for the service. It's wrong to insert adds in e-mails that I'm sending. Why is that so difficult to grasp?
Update: someone at the starfeels the same way.