Given a time machine, which five people from history- and at which time in their lives- would you like to "meet". We've already bagsy'd Bridget Bardot, Barbarella era Jane Fonda and Audrey Hepburn, but we're willing to share.
I’ve just found an addition to the big list of driving games from last month.
DIRT is the latest Colin McRae racing game, and is available for PC, XBox 360 and PS3. It moves away from pure point to point rallying and incorporates dirt tracks, trucks and hill climbs- including the legendary Pikes Peak. (It was because I was looking for a game incorporating the Peak that I found the game.) The graphics look stunning and the review I read at GameTrailers is favourable.
Now, I could see if my pc’s up to the job, or someone could be lovely and buy me a 360. Go on, you know you want to.
He said: “These people have actively sought British citizenship because they want to make a contribution to the UK.
“I am not sure how many people born in this country have the same commitment. The tests for citizenship are greater than they have ever been.
“We are now turning immigrants into better citizens than people born with a British passport.”
The Daily Mail and its frothing “I’m not a racist, but…” readership are up in arms about this, and goes out of its way to cite Abu Hamza et al as examples of the sort of immigrant we’re getting, insinuating that they’re all muggers, rapists and killers. Take any million British citizens and I think you’d find a number of vile scum in the mix. I mean, a few of them would be Daily Mail readers for a start.
Part 3 of Memory is now online.