can someone tell me the use of having a war ship in the thames?
from my understanding (which is bad, i have very little interest in the olympics and not followed it really). but the security contract was given to the company "G4S", and about a week before the games begin they failed to get enough people, so the army had to stand in and replace them as security. it should have gone to the army to begin with really.
---------- Post added 2012-07-26 at 01:12 AM ----------
lol, dont even think Americas biggest boat would fit up the thames! how did they get it past all the bridges/barriers?!
but it just seems useless, whats that going to stop? if there was a terrorist attack, they probably wont be doing it by boat.
It's only fair
---------- Post added 2012-07-25 at 05:38 PM ----------
And your river too small? We make it bigger, then invade
Don't see why the services of terrorists would be required given that the Olympic eye-candy Boris Johnson will already be blowing everyone away.
"The word "good" has many meanings. For example, if a man were to shoot his grandmother at a range of five hundred yards, I should call him a good shot, but not necessarily a good man." - Gilbert K. Chesterton
What I'm wondering is if we're going to see David Tennant carry that torch or not, he did afterall do it in Doctor Who.
I know guys that are veterans of 4 tours of Afghanistan, decorated war heroes - and they're stood in London checking bags and security tags... It's fucking depressing.
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