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Olympic Security Most expensive and secure in world history according to the Goverment. Unless....

AeschylusAeschylus

Your a spectator

The security operation is led by the police, with 13,000 officers available, supported by 17,000 members of the armed forces. Naval and air assets, including ships situated in the Thames, Eurofighter jets and surface-to-air missiles, will be deployed as part of the security operation

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    Aeschylus
    DragonChris
    A little more information is required. Care to elaborate on the point?
    Aeschylus
    A mystery woman gatecrashed India's athletes' parade at the Olympic opening ceremony, and furious Indian officials are demanding answers from organisers about the apparent lack of security.

    A woman in red and blue walked close to flag-bearing wrestler Sushil Kumar on Friday, in complete contrast to female members of the contingent who were wearing yellow saris and blue blazers.

    "How did they allow her in? It was a security lapse. Nobody knows who she was. She looks like an Indian," Indian Olympic Association vice president Tarlochan Singh said.

    "She walked along in the front line. Her dress was totally different. She was not wearing an identity card. This should have been noticed at an earlier stage but nobody bothered."
    rob585
    its a ghost...... Lol
    transit
    Minus the turquoise trousers, red jacket and big hips i'd say shes quite attractive.
    Ungreat
    Lot of the stories have the same info but it seems she may have been someone either involved in the opening ceremony or was helping getting the various teams ready to march out and just kept going alongside the Indian team. X)
    markq
    Its ok...dont panic...its Deanna from Big Brother. She heard about the potential tv audience and camera time and sloped out of the BB house to get the spotlight! (_;)
    :p

    Pic for the unitiated: http://www.mtv.co.uk/files/imagecache/300x225/2012/07/02/deana_staying.jpg

    ps Thats her permanent expression unless the cameras are focussing on her or its eviction night :{

    Edited By: markq on Jul 29, 2012 14:25
    Joey Bloggsy
    It's not magicbeans is it oO
    markq
    Joey Bloggsy
    It's not magicbeans is it oO


    http://i2.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/original/000/002/135/sw50sw8sw578.gif

    http://i.imgur.com/zTXgW.gif
    philphil61
    handbags at 50 paces ladies!
    guv
    punkstoner1
    Aeschylus
    http://l3.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/tty7W.6ZilolfPMJ4wNhUQ--/YXBwaWQ9eW5ld3M7cT04NTt3PTYzMA--/http://media.zenfs.com/en-GB/blogs/londonspy-uk/crasher290712.jpg


    OP forgot to say that he ripped his story and the picture from the daily mail.

    OP has on many occasions tried to mock and scoff other member of the forum for posting from this paper.

    OP wins the hypocrite GOLD MEDAL.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2180527/India-demands-Olympic-Games-security-probe-imposter-joins-team-Opening-Ceremony-parade.html


    Are you sure it will be a gold medal? :D
    dxx
    Why is it in this country that, whenever there's something life-changingly great going on, there's always a collection of miserable little grinches deriding the whole thing for trivial little reasons that no-one really cares about? The olympics are magic, simple as.
    FilthAndFurry
    punkstoner1
    dxx
    Why is it in this country that, whenever there's something life-changingly great going on, there's always a collection of miserable little grinches deriding the whole thing for trivial little reasons that no-one really cares about? The olympics are magic, simple as.


    What exactly is life changingly great about it?

    Apart from those like Coe who are getting life changing amounts of money out of it?

    How will this circus change your life or mine?


    By reminding us that this country is Great and that it has done amazing things and can still do them. I don't know what has happened to you in your life to make you immune to such things, but I actually do pity you. I always thought I was a cynical **** but the combination of my joy at seeing this ceremony and the reactions of people like you really has changed my perception of who I actually am. I reclaimed that sense of wonder that I thought had been eroded and I've seen others who expected us to fail be mightily surprised and inspired.

    I'm sure you're reading this with a look of derision as you attempt to conjure a witty comeback.....I must confess that even my newfound capacity for expecting the unexpected doesn't quite allow me to expect anything insightful or humourous to emerge from your sheltered mind.
    slamdunkin
    punkstoner1
    Who are the two white girls at the front?

    They aint indians either.


    The girl on the right is holding the sign with India written on it....and the one on the left is holding a copper tulip head which was one of the components of the cauldron
    FilthAndFurry
    punkstoner1
    FilthAndFurry
    punkstoner1
    dxx
    Why is it in this country that, whenever there's something life-changingly great going on, there's always a collection of miserable little grinches deriding the whole thing for trivial little reasons that no-one really cares about? The olympics are magic, simple as.


    What exactly is life changingly great about it?

    Apart from those like Coe who are getting life changing amounts of money out of it?

    How will this circus change your life or mine?


    By reminding us that this country is Great and that it has done amazing things and can still do them. I don't know what has happened to you in your life to make you immune to such things, but I actually do pity you. I always thought I was a cynical **** but the combination of my joy at seeing this ceremony and the reactions of people like you really has changed my perception of who I actually am. I reclaimed that sense of wonder that I thought had been eroded and I've seen others who expected us to fail be mightily surprised and inspired.

    I'm sure you're reading this with a look of derision as you attempt to conjure a witty comeback.....I must confess that even my newfound capacity for expecting the unexpected doesn't quite allow me to expect anything insightful or humourous to emerge from your sheltered mind.


    a) Many amazing things can be done with at least £10,000,000,000.00

    b) The country is not "Great". However, each of us are still allowed an opinion, if only in thought.

    c) No need to pity me fellah.


    a) Absolutely true - this is one of them.

    b) Yes it is. You've just not seen enough of the world to understand that. Again, sheltered.

    c) I don't just pity you. I acknowledge how privileged I am to have been raised with experiences that allow me to appreciate that this country and it's people are capable of doing amazing things. We punch above out weight, despite having to carry people like you along for the ride. You may well be allowed an opinion, but why now try conjuring a worthwhile one once in a while.
    slamdunkin
    punkstoner1
    FilthAndFurry
    punkstoner1
    dxx
    Why is it in this country that, whenever there's something life-changingly great going on, there's always a collection of miserable little grinches deriding the whole thing for trivial little reasons that no-one really cares about? The olympics are magic, simple as.


    What exactly is life changingly great about it?
    Apart from those like Coe who are getting life changing amounts of money out of it?

    How will this circus change your life or mine?


    By reminding us that this country is Great and that it has done amazing things and can still do them. I don't know what has happened to you in your life to make you immune to such things, but I actually do pity you. I always thought I was a cynical **** but the combination of my joy at seeing this ceremony and the reactions of people like you really has changed my perception of who I actually am. I reclaimed that sense of wonder that I thought had been eroded and I've seen others who expected us to fail be mightily surprised and inspired.

    I'm sure you're reading this with a look of derision as you attempt to conjure a witty comeback.....I must confess that even my newfound capacity for expecting the unexpected doesn't quite allow me to expect anything insightful or humourous to emerge from your sheltered mind.


    a) Many amazing things can be done with at least £10,000,000,000.00

    b) The country is not "Great". However, each of us are still allowed an opinion, if only in thought.

    c) No need to pity me fellah.


    You wouldn't see the greatness as you are one of the symptoms of the moral decay that is gnawing at the heart of this country


    Edited By: slamdunkin on Jul 29, 2012 19:56
    dxx
    punkstoner1
    dxx
    Why is it in this country that, whenever there's something life-changingly great going on, there's always a collection of miserable little grinches deriding the whole thing for trivial little reasons that no-one really cares about? The olympics are magic, simple as.


    What exactly is life changingly great about it?

    Apart from those like Coe who are getting life changing amounts of money out of it?

    How will this circus change your life or mine?


    It won't affect yours, because you will sit in your bedroom at home, obsessively moaning about to anyone within your scope to address.

    How will it affect mine? I've been out to three olympic events since it started, experiencing several interesting and new things. I'm excited about the whole event, and me and my friends are getting a lot of fun out of it. We're just spectators. Everyone actually involved is going to be exposed to a wealth of new opportunities and new experiences. Tonnes of kids, and adults, from the UK and across the world will be inspired by this. The olympics are a celebration of human accomplishment.
    dxx
    punkstoner1
    dxx
    punkstoner1
    dxx
    Why is it in this country that, whenever there's something life-changingly great going on, there's always a collection of miserable little grinches deriding the whole thing for trivial little reasons that no-one really cares about? The olympics are magic, simple as.


    What exactly is life changingly great about it?

    Apart from those like Coe who are getting life changing amounts of money out of it?

    How will this circus change your life or mine?


    It won't affect yours, because you will sit in your bedroom at home, obsessively moaning about to anyone within your scope to address.

    How will it affect mine? I've been out to three olympic events since it started, experiencing several interesting and new things. I'm excited about the whole event, and me and my friends are getting a lot of fun out of it. We're just spectators. Everyone actually involved is going to be exposed to a wealth of new opportunities and new experiences. Tonnes of kids, and adults, from the UK and across the world will be inspired by this. The olympics are a celebration of human accomplishment.


    Give it a rest eh. I'm glad you and your friends are having fun, truely.

    It's not about money at all is it?


    I couldn't care less about the finances involved. Literally couldn't care less. In-depth cost mapping and analysis is something I do as part of my job, and although I find the subject deeply fascinating, with the olympics, the money paths are so complex that I'm happy to simply trust in the judgements of the other versions of me that work in the government's financial analyst departments, and enjoy the ride for what it is.

    You can't spend your life worrying about how your taxes are being spent. Earn enough to be comfortable, vote for parties that promise to address the issues on your behalf, and enjoy what you've got.
    Joey Bloggsy
    Didn't realize punkstoner was so popular oO
    when you have the heavy weights taking bites out of him
    slamdunkin
    Not quite...you have made it self evident that your opinion is less valuable than anyone elses.

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