Hi I am a long time reader first time poster. I love this site, the only internet access I have is 1/2 hour a day during lunch at work and this is the first site I hit everyday. I am hardly a scientist type but still enjoy the posts, some extremely interesting discussions. And I have to give a big hats off to IvanSeeking. Man, I love the links you come up with and it saves me so much time surfing for that stuff. I just look for new posts from you to get my daily ration of the cool things. Anyways, this post is really for those in the UK or anyone else who knows. A friend gave me "The Young Ones - Every Stoopid Episode" on DVD. I never got a chance to see the show but once or twice when it was on America TV, but checked out the DVD's and it is pretty entertaining. My question is, in the show every once in a while one of the characters gives a hand gesture where they hold their hand out with two fingers extended up like they are flipping someone the bird. Is this an English version of the old one-fingered salute? Does it mean "Up your Bum" or something? Or is it because British censors won't allow the finger to be actually flipped on TV? I know this is hardly an intellectual question--just curiousity. Any replies are greatly appreciated.