First you wash the floor properly, then you arrange the elements. After that, you can enjoy a full 6 minutes of domino during christmas holidays.
I don’t get a chance to watch too many British TV shows so I’ve never seen “Skins” but the character Jal has impeccable taste when it comes to favorite websites.
These crazy loons were filmed outside the premier of StarWars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones. They are protesting StarWars because they believe it is inspired by the devil.
Fortean Chicken from the comments says:
These guys are a comedy group called Ooze. They stage silly mock protests to film peopleâ€™s reactions. Theyâ€™ve also done â€œAdults for Adult Cinemaâ€, â€œCelebrity Rightsâ€ and educational films such as â€œObey Signs and Live.â€
And Villinte from the comments:
fortean chicken is right. Here they are: http://www.ooze.com/
The protest may be fake, but I’m still convinced that Star Wars is satanic. Thanks Chicken and Villinte.
Fascinating (and scary) article:
One of the most important things to do while doing your prison time is to keep in the very best physical shape possible. Every prison has a weight room, and I strongly suggest pumping iron. Being in top shape not only feels good, but it’s good for your head and will help you think more clearly. By working out, running, exercising, and eating as well as possible, you will be physically able to defend yourself in case of any violent situations. You will also be able to think straight to combat your unjust conviction. All the guys whom I’ve seen go insane in prison did not care about their health. They rotted in front of a TV for years until they were just a shell of a man. At age thirty-five, I am now in the best shape of my life and feel great.
Another reason to stay healthy in prison is that medical services are notoriously horrid. One of my worst prison experiences was when our prison doctor told me that blood tests indicated that I had liver cancer. He smiled gleefully as he told me I had only a year to live. I tried to learn more, but he refused to answer my questions and ordered me out of his office. For months I thought I was going to leave this mad house on a slab. I learned later that my blood test indicated only that I had been exposed to hepatitis in the past. The good prison doctor told me I was dying for his own sick amusement.