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"A plug-in hybrid flying car"? Surely the propellers left unfeathered overnight would act as wind turbines and be able to recharge the car's batteries with plenty of renewable "green" energy for the following day's flight. Someone has had fun preparing this image of a totally unsteerable, unaerodynamic fantasy vehicle...more
No adverts can be more irritating than the plethora of ones exhorting financially weaker members of society to use pay-day loan sharks or indulge in on-line gambling. Sure recipes for some people to get deeper into debt.
The only reason £10 notes are often in short supply is that ATMs usually only dispense high demoniation notes and bank cashiers prefer to count a minimum number of notes in an over-the-counter withdrawal. To get £5 notes which are a very convenient denomination for tendering at newsagents, bars, charity boxes etc one h...more
The new note should also appropriately display its value as a Roman numeral. The Morse signal ..._ could be discreetly incorporated in the background, a reminder of the sign that Churchill promoted to keep hope of freedom alive throughout **** occupied Europe.
For more serious comment it may be remembered that the pound, libra, £, is one of the oldest currency units in Europe dating back to Roman times whilst the Picts and Scots were running around north of Hadrian's Wall. The Anglo-Saxons defined its value as1 lb of silver pennies (240 in number).
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