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I have to congratulate HM Armed Forces for seeing an opportunity to raise recruitment and jumping on it.

I just googled a single word "wikileaks" and it returned a single sponsored result advertising:

Join the Special Forces

Learn how you can be a part of UK's Elite Special Forces squads
HMForces.co.uk/SpecialForces


I'm not sure if the Special Forces support or oppose wikileaks from this ad, but I love the plan.  Maybe I'll pay for searches on wikileaks for my work homepage.

Comments

  1. Anything in particular on Wikileaks? As far as I can tell, all WL has shown if that the current Government (and it's many branches/quangos), are a bunch of self serving, mendacious wankers.

    Not sure if I needed Julian to tell me that!

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  2. Ed (not Bystander)12 December 2010 at 18:29

    The ".co.uk" bit tells us it's not an official government website.

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  3. "wikileaks" - Googled - About 389,000,000 results (0.16 seconds)

    Your internet is obviously broken.

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  4. Loki, I agree. Intersting but nothing I didn't already know/couldn't guess already.

    Ed, you're much cleverer than me.

    Anon, I said it returned a single sponsored result not that it returned only one result in total. In any case, you are usually right about my internet being broken.

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  5. Ed (not Bystander)16 December 2010 at 04:14

    TDB, you are entirely too kind. Just offering a single point of information!

    By the way, how would I email you?

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  6. Ed, I suppose you could start by trying to send a message to nick@criminaldefencelondon.co.uk. That works for some, although Anon really was correct when he said my internet is broken as it mostly is.

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