Original YT playout date: 24 August 2008
This is precisely what it says on the tin. If I had time, let’s more optimistically say ‘when I have’, it might be interesting to see how many of these first thousand subscribers (which appeared for the first 25% of my videos uploaded, and right now I have around 6,400 subbers and love you all). Continue reading “1000 Subscriber Shout-Out Video”→
The EU keeps a list of people you need to keep well away from. You’re not allowed to enter into business deals with these people. Not so much as a choc-ice should you sell or buy to them. If one of these people comes up to you and asks you what time it is, then you should give a refusal to answer, or at worst a misleading answer, and then immediately tell your local EU anti-dodginess enforcement officer about the contact.
If they come up to you and say “good morning”, they’ve already lied to you once. It can’t possibly be a good morning if you met one of them on it.
This list will go out of date almost as soon as it appears, so for the latest one head over to this place and get the latest list of total world scale hooligans to avoid.
Now that this is up on the EU’s site for public consumption, nobody in the EU has any excuse for failing to comply with sanctions. If you run a hamburger stall or a small taxi company, you could be liable if someone from this list buys a good or a service from you and you don’t tell them to get the hell outta here. So it’s up to you to ensure that the whole list is memorised the whole time, or at the very list look up people you are doing business with if you’re not sure about them or their organisation. Continue reading “EU’s “Most Dodgy” List, and how you can make a difference.”→