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Blimey! Lots of ranting this week. Most of it deranged, you'll be pleased to hear. That's all I'm saying this week, it's sunny outside and everyone but me and Rob are down the pub.

Oh yeah, email here.

Flame pain in our brain
Don't even want to go into the details, they're so depressing. Basically, people aren't very bright. It started out as quite simple but it's got more and more complicated as the days have gone on.

Canadians finish off seal and turn on Reg
Andrew made an offhand comment about Canadians clubbing seals to death and being stupid. We got some interesting replies.

Oh no! Here come the statisticians
Ever wanted to know the likelihood of randomly getting a credit card number and expiry date right? Click here then.

Best of the rest
Loads of stuff. Angry people, crazy people, people.

Flame of the Week: British are scum
Just in case you haven't seen this week's crazy man ®

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