Originally Posted by Holdfast
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the answers for you are going to be No and No.
Yes and no, I would have said.
O'Flynn will do shirts with one fitting, an...
My school was part boarding, part day school. Most of the boarders were there out of necessity - their parents lived way out in the country (were squatters, mostly).
I gather from the above comments that the US experience is perhaps...
Originally Posted by MasterOfReality
- The operative word to keep in mind in all of this is 'computer'.
Mining Engineering FTW!
Oddly enough, now that I reflect on my computer science degree,...
Originally Posted by Tangfastic
More on the Mail here:
Interesting links. As sketchy as the Daily Mail is though, it is not without...
Originally Posted by globetrotter
uk, like the US, is one of the few countries that doesn't check your passport when you leave.
OK, that's interesting to know.
I remember going to France once and...
Originally Posted by Arrogant Bastard
I think my next step with Hober is to start broadening my horizons beyond grenadines and into some of the interesting Macclesfields and stripes available on the...
Originally Posted by JustinW
Not a problem, but it will cost you an extra 30 mins in the immigration office while the pissed-off officer fills-out additional paperwork and makes a gazillion extra copies of your...