|charmlessman - 2008-05-27 |
Hooray for no First Amendment in The UK!!!
I am from America, and I hereby declare Scientology is not a religion, it's a dangerous cult!
COME AND GET ME, MISCAVIGE!!!
|kelpfoot - 2008-05-27 |
The prosecutor has already dropped the case, explaining that no law was broken.
|DerangedGoblin - 2008-05-27 |
It's so nice to hear them report the story and not all the other things like American news does. The American version would go something like:
"In England today a man named Epic Nose Guy will be prosecuted for calling Scientology a cult *shuffle papers* Well."
"What a name, huh?"
"Ahahaha, I sure wouldn't go by that in public."
"Aheh. And how about those masks?"
"Yeah... in other news... here's a baby panda!"
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-05-27 |
Another victory for Anonymous, and by extension the human race.
|Hooper_X - 2008-05-27 |
Five stars for A: the BBC guys non-ironically using "Epic Nose Man" as a proper noun, B: the idea that legal precedent could theoretically be set here, and C: the inevitable Law & Order episode that comes out of all of this.
|KnowFuture - 2008-09-03 |
They wouldn't even come out to defend their point of view when the news people came around and referred them to the police instead?
What a bunch of pussies.
|PurpleXVI - 2009-09-09 |
I love it for the politeness of the police officer. He shakes hands with the guy after warning him he's probably breaking a law and could be fined.
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