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However, for all its faults, this keeps viewers watching through the chases, horrifically violent scenes and general mayhem.
What is interesting about this photograph is that as well as pupils the slide was used by members of staff to join in the general mayhem.
The #RomneyDeathRally is described as an apocalyptic event where Romney, running mate Paul Ryan and various other right-wing figures gather with the hordes and there is much death, eating of babies, howling and general mayhem, the Herald Sun reports.
When Iceland's mighty (and mightily unpronounceable) Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted in April covering much of Europe with a thick cloud of ash, it caused a widespread shutdown of the continent's airspace, grounding planes and creating general mayhem for around 10 million travellers worldwide.
Internet vlog stars, Jeffery Self and Cole Escola, return to late night television with this webcam ride into a world of sketches, bizarre moments, and general mayhem.
So it's nice to reflect on a time when the only thing sweeping the world, and causing general mayhem everywhere, was an innocuous dance craze called The Twist.
A dozen mini-studio pods of bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms were created, where the OOglies acted out the general mayhem courtesy of a team of some of the top animators in the UK.
If no one had more power than any one else we wouldn't have a penal code to protect us from those that break the law - in fact there wouldn't be any laws in the first place and people would be free to go around killing each other and causing general mayhem where and whenever they chose.