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My nan used to always cheat at Scrabble. I know this because she always used to help me win. She stopped cheating to help me about 10 years ago when I won without her help. I murdered the competition during that game, beating my sister, my mum and my nan by at least 100 points. From that day on nan always cheated to help the people I was playing against.
My nan always used to comment on my appearance. One year when I was growing my hair long each time I saw her she would tell me I looked scruffy. That I should get my hair cut short just like my granddad's. But when I did eventually get my hair cut she took one look at it and said "What you get your haircut for? I liked it the way it was".
My nan always used to tell me what to eat. She treated my being a vegetarian with great suspicion. Every week when I would take her shopping she'd try to tempt me with varying different kinds of meats from ASDA's deli section. And when she would cook for me on a Friday lunchtime she'd always offer to put an extr
After looking into the issue of the image quality of Visual Journalism output on the News website we have decided that there are a number of actions we can take:
Visual Journalism upload larger sized images (976px as a minimum). These will then be down scaled rather than upscaled.
Increase use of art direction tooling (AI2RWD for example).
it appears that the URL(s) in question relate(s) to matters of substantial interest to the public regarding your professional life
Its the opinion of a child, they may be interesting to the public but they are massively subjective and potentially reputationaly damaging. My partner has some of the highest exam grades in the school - this is not subjective, but the results are not published to the web with her name associated to them. She is strict so some of the pupils don't like her despite the results she gets and yet these children can dirty her reputation with a single, anonymous comment.
These URLs appear at the top of google searches for her name. And they were also written a long time ago. How can you allow this to happen to a teacher, a person of the highest integrity who gives everything to her profession for the betterment of society.
I'm massively disappointed in Google, cases like this are the reason why this law was created.
Regards, Tom Maslen.