Heard a trailer for something on Radio4 about technology and someone said "Anyone could start a revolution from a laptop".. OK, notwithstanding that fact that I'm seated at a desktop PC, because the laptop is at home, I'm going to start a revolution. The whole Inland-Revenue-CDs-getting-lost scandal has been the last straw. I'd had enough of the way things are. Volunteers, and suggestions for how to create a better order, please. Any aspect of life, what are you going to do to make it work properly, or do you just want to be glorious cannon-fodder in the battle, comrade? PS: I've deliberately put this here, not in Soapbox, because I'd prefer to laugh than get angrier. So if we could retain a polite civilised manner, I'd appreciate it... In fact, come the revolution, needlessly rude angry people will be first against the wall (I get to decide what's needless, of course, since I'll be in charge...) First up. No private car ownership, excect for designated classics for licenced hobbyists (I'll be wanting a panel of comrades to help make that list). There will be state cars, parked on streets and in carparks for anyone to hire on demand via some sort of PIN system and billing (tech-y comrades, invent this please). They'll be of varying sizes, so that if you need to bring a wardrobe home you pick up an estate car or small van, if you only need to drive yourself you pick up a little car. As no-one owns the car they drive, they stop having the territorial rage and one-up-manship we currently see and they can use a suitable car instead of buying a whopping big one to go on holiday once a year, and then driving it empty the rest of the time. And there will be no cars capable of stupidly excessive speed, and nothing that panders to ego. And as there will only be enough for one car per household, people will have to be more organised about trips, or learn to ride a bike. Secondly. There will be free chocolate, or cheese, up to a weekly ration.