6. This is the state of affairs today
Isabel is not wrong. Such types as Hannah are coming out of the woodwork and they are not pleasant people – De Niro springs to mind, Springsteen, Milano – vile people and yet we watched their output for so long.
And where are the police on their doorstep at dawn for hate speech?
5. Sounds fun down in SA
The problem of speeding on South African roads recently garnered public attention after a video of a driver reaching 309km/h on the N1 in Gauteng was posted to social media.
The driver was subsequently arrested for the offence, but Justice Project South Africa chair Howard Dembovsky argues that prosecution is not a common outcome when dealing with high-speed offenders.
“This raises the question why this particular person has been treated entirely differently to every other person who exceeds the speed limit by more than 30km/h on a public road situated in an urban area or more than 40km/h on a public road outside of an urban area or on a freeway,” Dembovsky told MyBroadband.
“Such persons are caught on SANS 1795-approved speed cameras every day, and I have not heard of a single arrest taking place.”
4. What thinkest thou on this one?
3. Another rotten person
Who made her director? On what basis?
2. Rotten people exposed
“It should surprise no one that in the 11th hour that we would see a replay of what we saw over in the House, which are selective leaks designed to create a narrative that ultimately will change the conversation.” – @RepMarkMeadows pic.twitter.com/cCyHb1SZru
— House Republicans (@HouseGOP) January 28, 2020
1. They lie through their teeth
The UK government plans to introduce a new law designed to improve the security standards of household products connected to the Internet of Things (IoT). The legislation stipulates that all consumer smart devices sold in the UK — such as smart cameras and TVs, wearable health trackers and connected appliances — adhere to three specific requirements.
[H/T Chuckles and haiku]