Click on “taking part” on the left hand side of the screen and read the ads.
I particularly like this one:
Dear Sirs,Update 24th July 2012 I received an answerphone message from Asda indicating that it was probably cost related, but they would pass my comment to their buyers. Cost is not the be all and end all of retailing. Ultimately the products have to work or we would all end up with dolls house size crockery.
I purchased an Asda Smart Price dinner set just over a year ago and was very happy with it. Its not great quality, but it works and I like white plates. Having bought a dishwasher i decided I needed more plates and bought a second set from you. Imagine my surprise when the plates in the new set turned out to be substantially smaller than the originals. The side plates are equivalent to saucer size and will not hold a slice of toast made from your own brand bread.
I fail to see how this makes any sense. I am sure it saved some money and kept the price down, but it made the product not fit for purpose. it would have been more sensible to keep the original sizes and put the price up by a few pounds. If this is taken further then the next version will be like dolls house crockery.
As a consequence of this serious and continuing
licence breach, Ofcom is putting these licensees on notice that their present
contravention of their licences is being considered for the imposition of a
statutory sanction, including licence revocation.
A law against unnatural lusts, sodomy and bestiality, sins not to be named nor thought of without the utmost abhorrence imaginable, Lev. 18:22, 23. Other sins level men with the beasts, but these sink them much lower. That ever there should have been occasion for the making of these laws, and that since they are published they should ever have been broken, is the perpetual reproach and scandal of human nature; and the giving of men up to these vile affections was frequently the punishment of their idolatries; so the apostle shows, Rom. 1:24.
Commentary on Leviticus Ch 18
The judgments of God upon them for this idolatry; not many temporal judgments (the idolatrous nations were the conquering ruling nations of the world), but spiritual judgments, giving them up to the most brutish and unnatural lusts. Paredoken autous—He gave them up; it is thrice repeated here, Rom. 1:24, 26, 28. Spiritual judgments are of all judgments the sorest, and to be most dreaded
Commentary on Romans 1:24