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Spot the errors - Daily Telegraph
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I love it when the media feature Scalextric and obviously haven't a clue about the thing. Today's Telegraph property section includes a pretentious load of old nadgers entitled "Turn your kids' playroom into a laboratory of learning" which has this as its main picture:
   

I think the kiddies may be a bit disappointed with their new set! Both cars on the same lane and heading in opposite directions towards a guaranteed collision with the overpass. As neither hand controller is actually connected to the track it may not end in disaster though. Pity the laboratory of learning didn't include a lesson on how to assemble a slot track.
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#2

And by the look on his face, Mickey knows it...
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#3

Far too tidy as well  Wrench

Steve
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That's not a kid's playroom !!  No wide screen on the wall...

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digital controllers on an ARC powerbase as well..
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A reminder that if you ever see anything in the press where you have a background knowledge, it WILL be full of inaccuracies that you can spot. 
So , assume that  everything else has the same level of incompetence and you won't go far wrong.
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Quote:A reminder that if you ever see anything in the press where you have a background knowledge, it WILL be full of inaccuracies that you can spot.

Like whenever a politician is shown speaking about "real" issues..
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