1. a condom
2. a supplier of heroin
If the balloon doesn't fit, you may have to do research on how to find the right size.
|2.||Mario Kart Wii|
Unfortunately, the worst Mario Kart Game ever made, even though all the faults circle around little aspects of the game.more...
The biggest fault in Mario Kart Wii is the multiplayer mode--namely the balloon battle; in the Mario Kart predecessors such as Mario Kart:Double Dash the balloon battle was all about popping the opponent's balloons and when all the opponent's balloons were popped, the opponent would be eliminated from that round. On the Wii version however, popping an opponents balloon would give you a point and when all the opponents balloons are popped, they lose a point.
To be fair though, the coin battle is better due to the fact that the AIs actually go for the coins.
Fault 2 is the dreadful music given to some of the new courses such as the new Bowser's castle where the music is almost muted and maple treeway (which the music is absolutely terrible for the course). Not only that, there are a couple of notes at the start of a course on the first lap, they used to do this on the 3rd lap as well but in the Wii version they don't.
Being fair though Koopa cape and DK snowboard cross have really good music.
The star ranking system on this game is harsh and competitive, Mario Ka...
(1954-1981) Bobby Sands, born Robert Gerard Sands, was an Irish martyr who gave his life so that his fellow Irishmen may one day be free. Sands was arrested and sentenced to fourteen years in Northern Ireland's infamous Long Kesh prison without a fair trial. There, Sands was treated much in the same way that other, more well known political prisoners, such as Nelson Mandela, were treated. Sands and his comrades suffered horrible abuse at the hands of prison guards and were deprived of the basic rights all political prisoners are garunteed, such as the right to not wear a prison uniform, the right to free association with other prisoners, and the right not to do prison work. In order to protest this unfair treatment, Sands and his comrades went on what is referred to as a "hunger strike". Basicaly, Sands refused to eat until the rights of his comrades were given back. Seeing that Sands was an elected member of British Parliament, nobody thought the British government would allow such a strike to last long. However, sixty six days after the strike began, the rights of the prisoners were still not granted, and Sands died due to self imposed starvation. Following Sands' death, nine other men died in the hunger strike. Finally, the strike was called off on October 3rd,1981 when the British government granted the rights that were demanded by Sands and the other participants.more...
The death of Sands caused outrage across the globe. Some of the international reactions include: