Tonyblack wrote:But they are (or used to be) almost useless at detecting anything and even if they were the information gathered by them is not acceptable in a court - unless that's changed in the last 15 years or so.
They don't Tiff. The only way they could is like Jan says if they applied for a warrant.Tiffany wrote:This makes interesting reading, but I couldn't see anywhere where the T.V. licensing people have a right to go into your house.
http://www.yourrights.org.uk/yourrights ... your-home/
I saw an interesting documentary about a British expedition to find the North West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, The crew of the ships were well stocked with what was a new invention then - canned food. They had loads of it and therefore weren't worried about getting iced in as they could last for a couple of years on the stocks they took.Calon wrote:I have to be honest and say I have for so long hunted the aisles for a decent tin opener. You buy them the bloody things break. Beans on toast has been saved inumerable times by my trusty Swiss Army Knife which has a tin opener design that is simple easy to use and never EVER breaks. It is interesting that the tin opener was invented some years after the invention of canned food. They just used a knife back then. And we dare to complain...how decadent of us.
Calon wrote:And why is it people use 'of' as a verb? ..I should of...I could of...oooo now that gets me.
Go for it!Straw Walker wrote:Calon wrote:And why is it people use 'of' as a verb? ..I should of...I could of...oooo now that gets me.
It's obviously a corruption of have, ie. Could have. My least favourite word is 'get' or even worse 'gotton'. Sorry, I feel a new thread coming on.
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