Isn't there something ironic about that level of laziness at the world's premier sporting event...
You know, I do believe that is a 'pec'...
I'll ponder over that one whilst munching MaccyD and supping Coke.
I think it was Uncle Mellow that also mentioned this "controversy" in the BMW at the Olympics thread. I've read three different stories about it now (thanks for the link, btw), and I've yet to discover who it is that is finding it controversial, other than a bored journo with nothing else to write about since the North Korean flag debacle.
I went into the the Holborn branch of Model Zone one day last week and was impressed with the array of remote controlled cars (and boats, aeroplanes, helicopters) they had, and thinking about it, the Mini (which I am sure is the same model used) is probably the only one capable of doing that job with little modification. I wonder if the control is modified for one handed driving, leaving the other free for the Big Mac?
I think a dune buggy would keep doing wheelies with a full size javelin or two hanging off the back.
Some people just like to see controversy, and offence, in any nook and cranny.
If I knew what I was getting into, I wouldn't have done it...and I would have been wrong.
I find your controversial remarks quite offensive.
Am off for another MaccyD and Coke in order to calm down.
Well, I find your sniffiness quite out of order, you....smelly troll.
Make mine a Fillet-O-Fish...but make sure you pronounce it 'filay', it confuses them.
I've just had a McSlurry.
I think the radio controlled cars are actually a cool little quirk. I'd started the 'BMW at the Olympics' thread before I'd actually seen them and I tip my hat to the man or woman who thought of doing it. A very clever and sneaky way of getting the brand on the TV.
Just as an aside, as a Brit in Canada.... I heard a CBC radio interview of journo who was in London for the Olympics. He said London were doing a great job but one of the stand-out things he's taken away from it is the fantastic job the Armed Forces were doing in security... good to hear.
I think the radio controlled cars are actually a cool little quirk.
I am positive they have been used for many years at rugby matches to provide the cones for kicks.
I'm now on all fours