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  Reply # 1564338 2-Jun-2016 15:36
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Although even august tomes like The Daily Telegraph in London are not immune these days, it seems. This from today:

 

 

 

"What Kate Middleton's Alice band really means"






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  Reply # 1564375 2-Jun-2016 16:55
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"Man checks into apartment"





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  Reply # 1564385 2-Jun-2016 17:05
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Geektastic:

 

"Was Amber Heard secretly seeing Cara Delevingne?"

 

 

 

Who? Never heard of them.

 

 

To be fair to Stuff those are both pretty well known celebrities. Amber Heard was married to Johnny Depp, and was in the news lots for smuggling her dogs into Australia, and Cara Delevingne is one of most famous models in the world.





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  Reply # 1564516 2-Jun-2016 19:45
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Lias:

 

Geektastic:

 

"Was Amber Heard secretly seeing Cara Delevingne?"

 

 Who? Never heard of them.

 

 

To be fair to Stuff those are both pretty well known celebrities. Amber Heard was married to Johnny Depp, and was in the news lots for smuggling her dogs into Australia, and Cara Delevingne is one of most famous models in the world.

 

 

I had never heard of them either.


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  Reply # 1565723 4-Jun-2016 16:47
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4.25 Muhammad Ali is dead

 

4.28 Muhammad Ali has died





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  Reply # 1566821 7-Jun-2016 02:58
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New Zealand roads kill 11 during long weekend

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  Reply # 1566858 7-Jun-2016 09:24
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DarthKermit: New Zealand roads kill 11 during long weekend

 

Yeah that one - really? We have sentient roads now? Surely they'd do better than the drivers then





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jevvv:

 

DarthKermit: New Zealand roads kill 11 during long weekend

 

Yeah that one - really? We have sentient roads now? Surely they'd do better than the drivers then

 

 

I have a mental picture of some happy motorist driving along the road innocently; then the road rears up, forms a 50 foot tall monster (covered in tarseal) as only a Hollywood FX movie could do, which proceeds to stomp on said happy motorist killing him or her. yell


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  Reply # 1566918 7-Jun-2016 10:24
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If the deaths are directly attributable to defects in the roads then the headline would be OK. But it seems unlikely that 11 of 11 deaths would fall into that category.

 

A couple of decades ago there was a lot of emphasis on rectifying road problems that could lead to accidents. This included changing markings, adding barriers, correcting poor camber, improving drainage, etc. So I expect that this should be less of an issue today.


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  Reply # 1566967 7-Jun-2016 11:10
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How about New Zealand motorists kill 11 during the weekend? 

 

 





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  Reply # 1567419 7-Jun-2016 19:43
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Rikkitic:
How about New Zealand motorists kill 11 during the weekend?

 

Much more accurate I'd say.






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Rikkitic:
How about New Zealand motorists kill 11 during the weekend?

 

Much more accurate I'd say.

 

 

Not until the causes have been unequivocally proven to be the fault of the motorists.  Mechanical failure, road conditions and probably a multitude of other things could have caused or contributed to the accidents.





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  Reply # 1567677 8-Jun-2016 09:03
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DarthKermit:

 

jevvv:

 

DarthKermit: New Zealand roads kill 11 during long weekend

 

Yeah that one - really? We have sentient roads now? Surely they'd do better than the drivers then

 

 

I have a mental picture of some happy motorist driving along the road innocently; then the road rears up, forms a 50 foot tall monster (covered in tarseal) as only a Hollywood FX movie could do, which proceeds to stomp on said happy motorist killing him or her. yell

 

 

 

 

Obviously making sure to pick only on the speeders, the drunks, the moronic overtakers and the tourists...! surprised






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  Reply # 1567678 8-Jun-2016 09:06
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Rikkitic:

 

How about New Zealand motorists kill 11 during the weekend? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If we really want to be accurate, and we have ruled out mechanical, environmental or other as causes, then

 

 

 

1) Drunk/incompetent drivers killing only themselves commit suicide

 

2) Drivers who overtake into oncoming trucks etc commit second degree murder/suicide

 

3) Drivers who kill their passengers, passers-by, other motorists etc also commit second degree murder






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